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Michael Wayne LawsonPassing: February 3, 2021


Woodville Baptist Church

Funeral Service

Sunday, February 14th @ 2:00 p.m.


Woodville Baptist Church

Saturday, February 14th @ 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Mitchell Cemetery

Sunday, February 14th

Mohave Valley, Arizona – Michael Wayne Lawson, 68, passed away February 3, 2021, in Arizona.

Born August 17, 1952, in Bloomington, he was the son of George Everett and Carolyn Marie (Staggs) Lawson.  He married Sherry Rose Andis May 29, 1971.

Michael was a bishop and licensed with the Church of God.  He pioneered two churches in Indiana and two in Arizona.  Michael pastored 38 years with a secular job in heating and cooling.  He loved playing the piano and guitar, and attended Woodville Baptist Church.

Sherry Lawson of Mohave Valley, Arizona
Michael Wayne (Kristy) Lawson, Jr., of Bullhead City, Arizona
Matthew David Lawson of Mohave Valley, Arizona
Matthew Edward (Pilita) Lawson of Mohave Valley, Arizona
Carolyn Marie Lawson of North Vernon
Audraeanna, Brandon, Phoenix, Blake, Lexy, and Tristen
Barbara Butcher of Bloomington
David (Annette) Lawson of North Vernon
Amanda (Fred) Hourigan of Nineveh

His father and son, George William “Billy” Lawson, preceded him in death.

Funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m.  Sunday, February 14, at Woodville Baptist Church with Reverend Glenn Hamer officiating.  Burial will be in Mitchell Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m. until the service on Sunday at the church.

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3 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: Tony C Leonard | Englewood Fl
    Date: February 26, 2023
    Hey, Sorry for your loss, found the information on the net. Hope you are doing ok and wish you the best.
  2. Guest: Barbara Burton | Bloomington, IN
    Date: February 14, 2021
    Sherry, I’m so sorry for your great loss. You will always be in my heart. Barbara
  3. Guest: Rachel Allen | Orleans, Indiana
    Date: February 13, 2021
    Sherry, so sorry for your loss, Mike was a good friend to me. He will never be forgotten. He loved God. Praying for you and the Family. Love you, Rachel Allen