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Lee High School
Class Of 1964

Michael Collins Doyle, 75, died Aug 16th, 2021 in his home in San Antonio, Texas. 

 

Michael, or Mike as most referred to him, was born in Moscow, Idaho on August 7th, 1946 to Harold and Martha Doyle, both of whom preceded him in death along with his sister Susan Doyle Hasbrook. He is survived by his wife Margaret Doyle; son, Brett Doyle; brothers, Greg, and Jerry Doyle; sister, Nancy Doyle; and 4 nieces and nephews.

 

Mike graduated from Robert E Lee high school in San Antonio in 1964. He joined the United States Army Reserve on March 12, 1966 and was called to service May 13, 1968 when he started Officer Candidate School. Mike served in the United States Army in Vietnam from November 1969 through December 1970. Throughout his service he earned numerous awards and commendations: National Defense Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Vietnam Campaign Medal, and Expert Rifle (M16).

 

He then went on to receive a Bachelor's in Business Administration in Accounting at The University of Texas at Austin and later became a Certified Public Accountant. He worked for JP Morgan for over 30 years which moved himaround the country from Houston, TX to Miami, FL to Pasadena, CA, finally settling down in Hockessin, DE where he would go on to retire.

 

Mike’s favorite hobby was golf, by far, but he also enjoyed the simple pleasure of being outside. Whether that involved working in the yard, grilling, or playing catch with his son. He also loved socializing with friends and neighbors at gatherings and would get a kick out of showing up wearing a cowboy hat and boots. He would carry his sense of humor over to the golf course as well by breaking out the “Texas wedge” at any given opportunity and would sprinkle in the likes of “backward tee shots” during a match with friends.

 

Mike was disciplined, valued hard work, and built a successful career. He also valued his friendships and family greatly and loved to make others laugh.

 

Mike will be greatly missed by his loving family and friends. A service will be held Thursday, Sept 9th at 2:15pm at Fort Sam Houston. In lieu of sending flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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