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  1. Michael, I am happy that you are finally at rest. I will truly miss your 4pm telephone calls and your 99 Cent Store excursions where you bought me so many great treats. Thank you for the Angels that you so graciously gave me each Christmas, each one more elegant than the other. I will never forget your kindness. Mrs. Constas and Johnny, know that Mike loved both of you with all his heart. Family was everything to him. His spirit will live on through all of our lovely memories of him. He was a good man. I am glad to have been one of his friends. May God watch over you, bless you and keep you.

  2. I worked in the College of Business for 29 years until I retired last June. I was lucky to have known Michael fot many years. I know the last few years he has not been well, but before that he always had a smile, he was such a kind soul and was adored by so many students,he was a great teacher. I am so sorry for your loss. I know Michael is at peace and watching over his Mother and Brother whom he loved so very much.

  3. I worked in the Department of Accountancy with Mike for 18 years. Mike was a sweet, gentle soul who was always thoughtful and kind to me. He was very generous to me every Christmas. It is so nice that I have those lovely gifts as a sweet reminder of him. Mike was a very conscientious professor and cared about the success of his students. He adored and loved his mother (“mama” as he would call her) very much. Mike is with his Lord and Savior, free from pain, enjoying his new life with Jesus in Heaven. My prayers are with Mrs. Constas and his brother John. God be with you both and your extended family in this very difficult time.

  4. Dear Michael: You have been a treasured colleague for more than 20 years. I appreciated your honesty, down-to-earth nature, humor, kindness, and warmth. You are “one of the good guys”. I pray that you in peace, perhaps laughing at us (with Mary) from above. Thank you for being my friend and for “being you”. With love, Pamela

  5. I worked with Mike for almost 10 years, he was a good man who always was there for the team. One of the things that I miss about the CBA was Mike coming by for chats on technology and many other subjects. Mike was a friend and very nice person and I am saddened by his loss. You will be missed, Mike.

  6. Mike was my “next door neighbor” in our faculty offices at CSULB. He was a sweet, funny, gentle man & so very smart. He was always a good friend who could be counted on to give wise counsel and to extend comfort in times of sadness. He loved his mother and his brother John very much. I am deeply sorry he is gone— I miss him very much. My deepest sympathies to his family. May he rest in peace.

  7. Mike – Mary will be so glad to see you. She loved you so much. Your can both have a good laugh at all the things that you have been through together at CSULB. She so respected you for your bright mind and kind heart. I can never thank you for all you did for me – you were always a ray of sunshine and we had so many great laughs. Thanks for always checking in on me when we would still be in the late at night and most of all, being my friend. Mrs. Constas – I’m so sorry for your loss. Mike was a wonderful person & he loved you and Johhny so much. He left us too early. Love ya, Stephenie

  8. The news of Professor Constas’ untimely passing was shocking. He was a man devoted to the success of his students. He was the only professor I had taken that provided additional lecture films online – his own creation – that clarified every topic. He was extremely thorough and effective in his teaching style. He was hyper intelligent and down-to-earth. Professor Constas aided me personally in my success and guided me on my mission toward graduate school. I will miss his sarcastic wit and our weekly chats. I will always appreciate everything he has done for me. I will miss Constas very much. He was my professor, my mentor, and my friend.

  9. Mike Constas will always be in our memory. Let God keep him in peace and tranquility. He was a close friend, a trusted colleague and a respected individual.

  10. This is the first time Professor Constas taught us. He had a sense of humor. He always made us laugh. We was shocked at the news. Professor Constas will be terribly missed. He was loved by all of his students. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. May you find peace during these difficult times.

  11. I just learned this morning about the passing of Professor Constas, though I did not have him as my professor, as a CSULB – College of Business alumni, I would like to present my deepest condolences to his family. May God give you all peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  12. Mike was a great friend, a true human being. I was fortunate to have him as a friend for almost 15 years. I will miss him greatly.

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