Michael Granata Obituary, Death – Michael “Mike” Anthony Granata, a long-time Gilroy resident, died on November 1, 2021. My husband, Michael, is the gentlest man I’ve ever met. According to those who knew him, Mike was a good and honest man. He was thoughtful, considerate, and always courteous. Mike insisted that everyone knew what had happened to him that had resulted in his untimely death. “Many nurses and non-nursing staff begged me and my wife to get the truth about the Covid-19 vaccines out to the public because vaccine deaths were hidden within the medical profession,” Mike says. I promised to deliver the message. So this is what I mean: Because I was afraid of dying, I was terrified of getting the vaccine. I got vaccinated because my doctor insisted.

I received the Moderna vaccine on August 17th and began feeling ill three days later. I never recovered and deteriorated further. Medical professionals were unable to stop my multisystem inflammation and multisystem failure. My muscles disappeared, as if they were melting. For several weeks, I was in the intensive care unit and was stabbed up to 24 times per day while receiving 6 or 7 IVs at the same time (continuously). It was constant torture that I can’t put into words. I was no longer treated as a human being with emotions and a life. I was merely a human test subject for the covid vaccine, and the doctors were ecstatic to be a part of my fascinating journey to death. For more information, please contact my wife. I regretted getting vaccinated. If you haven’t been vaccinated, don’t do it unless you’re willing to suffer and die.”

Mike did not deserve the pain and suffering he was subjected to. He was a decent man who deserved better. Mike was born in San Jose, California, and moved to Gilroy, California, when he was one, where he has lived for the past 55 years. Mike went to Las Animas Elementary School and Gilroy High School. He earned honors degrees from both San Jose State University and Santa Clara University. Mike was a brilliant man who never revealed his true abilities. Mike dressed every day in humility, kindness, and gentleness, preferring to work quietly behind the scenes doing good deeds and expecting nothing in return.

Michael was the owner of Engineering By Design, Design Engineering, and Professional Engineering and Design, as well as a licensed professional engineer. Michael has spent the last ten years in the marine industry, where he has used his intellectual property for design and engineering that is recognized and used worldwide. Michael could be seen in his jeans, t-shirt, and hat walking his Golden Retriever around the neighborhood or up at Gavilan College twice a day. Michael advertised himself as a car restoration enthusiast and tinkerer.

Mike was a gifted musician who loved spending time with his wife, dog, cars, and drumming. Anthony Edward Granata and Salvatore Anthony Granata, Michael’s brothers, died before him. Susie Granata of Gilroy, his parents, Anthony and Elizabeth Granata of Morgan Hill, his sister Catherine Flowers (John) of Brentwood, CA, and nieces Heather Trumbull (Christopher), Mindy Peterson (Ryan), Jeannene Brady, and Alyssa Granata, as well as great nephews and nieces Anthony and Trevor Peterson, and Karlie and Colin Trumbull, all survive.