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Michael Stephens McNail, 79 of St. Louis, MO passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on January 4, 2021.
Born April 24,1941 to Alice (nee Tierney) and Ward McNail, he was the beloved husband of 26 years to the late Linda McNail (nee Lake); loving father of Christy (Joe) Stock, and Geoffrey (Courtney) McNail; dearest grandfather of Benjamin Stock, Madeline Stock, Ronan McNail and Naomi McNail; loving companion of Linda Viviano for over 25 years; dear cousin and friend of many.
Mike was very passionate about animals. He helped foster countless dogs and tirelessly looked after many feral cats in his neighborhood. He volunteered with the St. Vincent de Paul Society during several Christmas seasons. He was very active in Boy Scouts as a child and enjoyed camping. His jazz vinyl collection was vast and well worn, but he truly appreciated all types of music. He loved steam locomotives, model trains and automobiles. Owning many cars over the years, his 1953 Studebaker was the favorite, but he forever regretted selling the Porsche 356 he owned for just three days. On a trip to Paris, he took a nighttime city tour in an iconic Citroen 2CV. In typical fashion, he peppered the tour guide with many more questions about the car itself than the historic landmarks along the route. He worked primarily as a salesman in the meat industry, but also enjoyed semi-retirement as a courier.
Mike was a stranger to no one. Always ready with an inappropriate story and a hardy laugh, those who met him never seemed to forget him. He was loved by many and will be greatly missed.
Services: Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL 10151 Gravois, Saturday January 16, 10 AM until services at 1:00 PM. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to an animal rescue of your choice or to the National Museum of Transportation.