Michael Maundrell

Age: 71
Born: December 11, 1946
Died: June 30, 2018

Obituary

Michael Maundrell, age 71, passed away on June 30, 2018. Loving husband of Gail Maundrell, cherished father of Mark Maundrell, beloved coach, brother of Doug (Helen) Maundrell, Patrick (Molly) Maundrell, Debbie (Ken) Dorsey, and Lori Eberle, and dear step-son of Eulene Maundrell, he also leaves numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Michael was a dedicated pitching coach of thousands in his career. His last game will be on Sunday, July 8th at Midland Field, 7000 Midland Blvd, Amelia, OH 45102 at 5:30 p.m.  Family request all to be in uniform, (white T-shirts and blue shorts) In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to SPCA, 11900 Conrey Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45249, the First Tee of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, 4747 Playfield Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45226, or CABA (Continental Amateur Baseball Association) 3211 Heathland Way, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466.

Memorial Service

Location: Midland Field
Date: Sunday, July 08, 2018
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Additional Info: 7000 Midland Blvd. Amelia, OH 45102

Michael Maundrell

Age: 71
Born: December 11, 1946
Died: June 30, 2018
  • Debbie Rhodes
    Relationship: CABA Family member

    Mike was always such a wonderful mix of logical, clear thinking and crazy observations - about life in general and Baseball in particular. He was truly a gifted coach and a great judge of character. We so enjoyed his trips to Charleston and Mike will be deeply missed by his CABA family. Mike, I will have a Manhattan- hold the cherry in your honor!

  • Jon and Karol Warden
    Relationship: friend

    You and Gail have both touched so many lives with your coaching. You will be missed. You left a wonderful Legacy in Mark. Our thoughts and prayers go to your family. Jon and Karol Warden

  • Theresa Hirschauer
    Relationship: Friend

    Sending condolences to Gail and Mark from the Cincinnati Country Day Community. Blessed to have known Gail for 36 years as a student, coach, and AD. Mike made a lasting impression on many young men doing the thing he loved--coaching and teaching the game of baseball.

  • Dale Goodwin
    Relationship: Umpire

    Mike was definitely one of the many who I enjoyed umpiring for. He was one of the “good guys” and will be missed. My condolences to his family, Mount St Joe and Midland baseball.

  • William Brennan
    Relationship: Friend of Mark's fro

    I will always remember the love he had for his family (especially his son Mark) and baseball. When you spoke to Mr. Maundrell, you always knew that he was interested to hear what you had to say and would offer wise, unsolicted words of advice. From the stories Mark told me, I know he touched the lives of many baseball players over the years. May he rest in peace on the Baseball diamond in the sky. Our prayers to Mark, Gail, and all family and friends.

  • Russ Mims
    Relationship: Business Associate

    Mike was one hard hitting coach and definitely someone you wanted on your side in the court room. Mike and I learned from each other as the legal industry left the analog world and entered the digital age. The courts began to require discovery in electronic format so Mike and I began a dialogue that lasted over 30 years as we dealt with this new frontier and how best to utilize and incorporate it into work production and court room technique. Coach will be missed by many.

  • David Maundrell
    Relationship: First Cousin

    Cousin Mike and I were contemporaries, born a few month apart back in the day. Growing up, our families visited each other many times and we always had so much in common to talk and laugh about. As we got older and my parents moved to Chicago, then NYC, we didn't see each other as much. When we did, it was always a blast on the golf course or sharing a meal and drinks in our favorite establishment. One summer, my father managed to get Mike a job on the S.S. United States Liner, crossing the Atlantic back and forth from NYC to Southhampton. Early one morning about 6am, Mike invited me down to the pier on the Hudson to see the ship, his quarters and get an idea of his job. He took me up to the main deck and pointed out a huge brass clock attached to the wall. I mean this thing had to be 2 ft. wide and 5 ft. high with a shine you could shave in. Mike goes, "Well, here it is." I asked what he meant and he said, "My job is to do nothing else but polish this clock every day". That

  • David Maundrell - Continued
    Relationship: Cousin

    was all he had to do the whole summer. Well, we laughed about this for years after. I know it'll be a sad moment when Roxanne and I on our semi-annual visit to Philadelphia, drive by the ship, as it's still docked in mothballs on the Delaware River. Not to be ever forgotten, My family owes Mike and his law firm enormous gratitude for his counsel and advice on numerous issues over the years. He was always generous with his time and always found a way to make things easier for us with his smile and laughter. More than a cousin, Mike was a great friend and advisor. I will miss him terribly. Being an OSU fan, I know it'll be tough watching "The Game" this year. Rest In Peace Dear Mike.

Michael Maundrell

Michael Maundrell

Age: 71
Born: December 11, 1946
Died: June 30, 2018