Michael Arthur Obituary, Death – We are unable to find the words to express how devastated we are to report the demise of our beloved son, Micky Geller. He was ecstatic to not only take part in the competition but also to earn medals for team Canada while he was a member of the Junior National Waterski squad. Micky was placed sixth in the world in the U21 Jump competition, and his favourite part of the event was jumping off the ramp. He began his athletic career in gymnastics when he was younger and later progressed to rock climbing and water skiing. Micky cherished spending his spare time in the company of his closest friends, riding motorcycles and snowmobiles, engaging in meaningful discussions and heated disagreements, and simply unwinding.
Micky lived his life at full speed and as a result, at the age of 18, he had more experiences than many people will have in their entire lives. On the other hand, he was only scratching the surface of the opportunities that awaited him in the future. Simply because he loved so unconditionally, Micky won the hearts of a great number of individuals all around the world. The qualities of empathy, passion, strength, bravery, desire, discipline, and endless potential that our young man possessed will live on in our memories.
Micky is survived by his sister Chloe, his parents Bobbiann and Mitch, his grandparents Mary Ann and Bob Cormack, Bob and Lynn Macpherson, Larry Geller and the late Nancy Geller, his dogs Sandy and Daisy, and a large number of aunts, uncles, relatives, friends, and teammates who all loved him very much. Micky will be greatly missed by all of these people. On Thursday, May 18, 2023 at 1pm, the West Chapel of Hulse, Playfair & McGarry located at 150 Woodroffe Avenue in Ottawa will be the location of Micky’s funeral service. After that comes the interment. The sixth of May, 2023, Saturday.