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Mickey L Street, 73, formerly of Helena, MT, passed away on February 24, 2022 in Mesa AZ surrounded by family.

Mickey was born in Wolf Point, Montana, lived in Poplar, MT the majority of his youth, attending elementary and High School. Mickey graduated from Poplar High School in 1967. From there he attended The University of Montana, Missoula, MT and Carroll College, Helena, MT majoring in Science/ math programs.

He worked and served in the Montana National Guard in Helena, MT from 1968 to 1984. Mickey then went to work for Montana Department of Health and Human Services until his retirement in 2004.

In 2004, Mickey and his wife, Becky, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. During retirement, Mickey worked as a gate guard for community of Montesa, AZ from 2004-2013.

Mickey was noted for his love of hunting and fishing. He was life-long sports fan. His greatest enthusiasm was for his beloved New York Yankees. Mickey attended some of their games and found great pleasure in following them on television. He also followed the Montana Grizzlies faithfully.

Micky was preceded in death by his parents, Lou and Ruth Street of Helena, MT. He is survived by his wife, Becky, of Apache Junction, sister Coleen Street, brother Terry Street (Kelli) both of Helena, MT area, nephew Andrew Penamora of Green River, WY, and numerous cousins in Wolf Point, MT, Knoxville, TN, Jerseyville, IL, and Jackson, MS.

At his request no services are planned at this time. Celebration of Life near Wolf Point, MT will be scheduled for summer of 2022.

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9 responses to “Mickey L. Street”

  1. Tim J Zimmerman says:

    Prayers to his family

  2. Carter Swanson says:

    My deepest sympathy and condolences to the your family.

  3. Cynthia Whitbeck says:

    Mickie was a good friend and dear person to all of us, his co-workers at DPHHS. So sorry to hear of his passing. Condolences to his family.

  4. Tim Loegering says:

    Prayers to the family

  5. Luci Reid says:

    Becky and family,
    So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in your happy memories of Mickey. Thinking of you.
    Luci Reid and family

  6. MURIEL V. SMITH says:

    SENDING PRAYERS FOR MICKEY STREET, HIS WIFE BECKY, HIS SISTER COLEEN, HIS BROTHR TERRY N OTHER RELATIVES N HIS FRIENDS…..HIS FAMILY WHEN THEY LIVED IN POPLAR MONTANA WERE GOOD FRIENDS OF THE RAY BOULDS FAMILY……..RIP MICKEY……….YOU WELL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW YOU!!!

  7. Don Moran says:

    Condolences for the Street Family

  8. Gary Martinsen says:

    Colleen, Terry Sorry to hear about Mickey. Great family friends, goes back a long ways, Your in our thoughts

  9. Cheryl Zachariasen says:

    So sorry for your loss Becky. Mick will surely be missed i especially will miss his different face book posts and his political opinions that he shared with his friend’s. GOD bless him and may he rest in peace .

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Mickey L. Street


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Mickey L Street, 73, formerly of Helena, MT, passed away on February 24, 2022 in Mesa AZ surrounded by family.

Mickey was born in Wolf Point, Montana, lived in Poplar, MT the majority of his youth, attending elementary and High School. Mickey graduated from Poplar High School in 1967. From there he attended The University of Montana, Missoula, MT and Carroll College, Helena, MT majoring in Science/ math programs.

He worked and served in the Montana National Guard in Helena, MT from 1968 to 1984. Mickey then went to work for Montana Department of Health and Human Services until his retirement in 2004.

In 2004, Mickey and his wife, Becky, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. During retirement, Mickey worked as a gate guard for community of Montesa, AZ from 2004-2013.

Mickey was noted for his love of hunting and fishing. He was life-long sports fan. His greatest enthusiasm was for his beloved New York Yankees. Mickey attended some of their games and found great pleasure in following them on television. He also followed the Montana Grizzlies faithfully.

Micky was preceded in death by his parents, Lou and Ruth Street of Helena, MT. He is survived by his wife, Becky, of Apache Junction, sister Coleen Street, brother Terry Street (Kelli) both of Helena, MT area, nephew Andrew Penamora of Green River, WY, and numerous cousins in Wolf Point, MT, Knoxville, TN, Jerseyville, IL, and Jackson, MS.

At his request no services are planned at this time. Celebration of Life near Wolf Point, MT will be scheduled for summer of 2022.

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9 responses to “Mickey L. Street”

  1. Tim J Zimmerman says:

    Prayers to his family

  2. Carter Swanson says:

    My deepest sympathy and condolences to the your family.

  3. Cynthia Whitbeck says:

    Mickie was a good friend and dear person to all of us, his co-workers at DPHHS. So sorry to hear of his passing. Condolences to his family.

  4. Tim Loegering says:

    Prayers to the family

  5. Luci Reid says:

    Becky and family,
    So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in your happy memories of Mickey. Thinking of you.
    Luci Reid and family

  6. MURIEL V. SMITH says:

    SENDING PRAYERS FOR MICKEY STREET, HIS WIFE BECKY, HIS SISTER COLEEN, HIS BROTHR TERRY N OTHER RELATIVES N HIS FRIENDS…..HIS FAMILY WHEN THEY LIVED IN POPLAR MONTANA WERE GOOD FRIENDS OF THE RAY BOULDS FAMILY……..RIP MICKEY……….YOU WELL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW YOU!!!

  7. Don Moran says:

    Condolences for the Street Family

  8. Gary Martinsen says:

    Colleen, Terry Sorry to hear about Mickey. Great family friends, goes back a long ways, Your in our thoughts

  9. Cheryl Zachariasen says:

    So sorry for your loss Becky. Mick will surely be missed i especially will miss his different face book posts and his political opinions that he shared with his friend’s. GOD bless him and may he rest in peace .

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