Michael M. Flanary

May 30, 2022
Michael M. Flanary

Michael M. Flanary, 68, passed away in Barhamsville, Virginia on May 30, 2022.

He was preceded in death by his mother Eleanor S. Flanary and father, Fred M. Flanary.

He is survived by his brother, Stephen H. Flanary (Patti), nieces, Elizabeth Hogge (Daniel), Lauren Redd and Melissa Redd, and nephew Lewis Flanary (Lindsey), great niece and great nephew Brooke and Bryce, as well as many close friends.

Michael was born in Williamsburg and lived all of his life in the area. He was a 1971 graduate of James Blair High School and gradated from the University of Tennesee, Knoxville with a B.S. in Banking. He worked for Colonial Williamsburg in the General

Cashiers office and for numerous political campaigns in Virginia before starting his accounting business, Michael M. Flanary and Associates, Inc. where he developed many relationships helping people navigate their income taxes. He served on the Board of

Directors for the First Advantage Federal Credit Union. He also served as a Deacon for the Williamsburg Presbyterian church. He had a passion for all things University of Tennessee, so his favorite color was orange. He enjoyed kayaking, attending baseball

games and going to UT football games, especially when he could take his nephew.

A memorial service will be held on June 14 at 3:00pm at Legacy Hall in New Town, Williamsburg, VA. Reception to follow immediately. Memorial contributions can be given in memory of Michael Flanary to Heart for orphan and Lackey free clinic. Please visit

www.bucktroutfuneralhome.net to offer the family condolences.

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  • July 25, 2022
    Gary N.Hedgepeth says:
    Mike was a very fine classmate of mine at James Blair—RIP MIKE

  • June 13, 2022
    Jane Ferguson says:
    Mike was my tax preparer for more years than I can recall. We always enjoyed a good chat each year and shared our philosophies as he worked on my taxes. I enjoyed his quiet, humble demeanor, intelligence and good sense of humor. I will miss him!