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Flo Ingram Hunter

Mike Mock and I grew up two blocks from each other in Old Ortega, Jacksonville FL. He asked me to the School Boy Patrol dance. He told me his father called him "Dumas," and I asked what that meant. He said "Dumb Ass." Mike Mock, you and I went through Ortega Elementary School, Lake Shore Jr. High School, and Lee High School together, and I want you to know: Mike Mock, you were NEVER a dumb ass.

Michael Douglas Mock


.Michael Douglas Mock of Fernandina Beach, Florida died peacefully in the arms of the Lord on January 13, 2024, at the age of 77.
Mike was born on June 3, 1946, in Jacksonville, Florida to the late William Tyler and Margaret Jenkins Mock. He grew up in Jacksonville and graduated from Lee High School in 1964. After graduating, he began his career in sales and met Deborah Ann Wood. They were married in Hartford, Alabama on January 27, 1973.
He is preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Debbie Mock (December 15, 2013). He is survived by his son Britt Tyler (Amber) Mock, daughter Amanda Nicole Mock, three grandchildren Sara Catherine, Anna Grace, and Nathan Tyler, his brothers Robert (Charlotte) Mock and William (Marcy) Mock and their families, and his golden retriever Mika.
Mike was an avid golfer and former member of the Bluewater Bay Golf Club in Niceville, FL and enjoyed traveling the globe throughout his life. One of Mike’s favorite past times was Alabama football. Just mentioning The Tide brought a huge smile to his face and he never missed an opportunity to say the famous words “Roll Tide”. When he wasn’t watching Fox News, he cherished spending time with his family and driving his two beloved golden retrievers around in his golf cart.
The family will celebrate Mike’s life with a gathering for lunch on January 27th at The Ocean Club to share stories and remember what a remarkable and generous man he was. In lieu of flowers the family requests a donation be made to the Golden Retriever Rescue of Mid-Florida.
To donate, please visit or mail to GRRMF, P.O. Box 1449, Goldenrod, FL 32733.
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