Very sad to hear of Dr. Raschko's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones.
I always enjoyed going to Dr. Raschko's office as a youngster and as an adult. He he took care of several of our family members for many, many years. He was a true professional, a wonderful Doctor and an amazing person. He made everyone feel welcome and special when they visited his office.
God Bless, and we wish him a blessed journey home to the Lord's arms.
The Peppler family - Salem, Oregon.
The best dentist our family has ever had! He saw us through 3 teenagers who missed appointments too many times to count. As small children, they loved to "ride the chair" up to the ceiling in his office.
We will always remember Mike for his humor, his love of golf, and his immense patience. Our teeth still show us Mke's good work. You will be missed Mike. There will be prayers for your family during this difficult time.
We were members of your Queen of Peace family so many years ago.
Miriam and all the kids, I am so sorry to read about your loss. I have great memories of Mike and all of you nextdoor neighbors on Holmes court in Salem. I will be traveling with Claudia and won’t be able to attend the services. Hugs to all of you, Chris Salstrom Hodes.
We were very sad to learn of Mike's death this morning. My wife, Mary Alice, introduced Mike and Miriam our senior year
of dental school. Mike and I sat next to each other for those four years. We have enjoyed countless memories as great
friends since 1956.
Our sincere blessings and prayers to the Raschko family.
Glynn and Mary Alice Roberson
Dear Miriam and family. I am saddened to learn of your loss. Mike was a special person. It was my privilege to be a dental school classmate, a colleague in practice, and most important - a friend. His strong Catholic faith, which I share, assures us that he is at peace. I will remember you in my prayers.
Mike was a college classmate (Santa Clara) and a good friend. May he rest in pieace.
A wonderful man who touched so many lives. Thoughts and prayers to the family at this sad time.
Bridgeview Dental Associates
Dr. Raschko will always be in my memories as a kind dentist. The Kerber family was one of his first set of patients. We all had teeth in need of help, a result of years of being without dental insurance and a steady income, but Dr. Raschko never chastised my parents for this unfortunate circumstance. He let them make payments...undoubtedly for years!...and always treated them with respect. For almost six months, I was going to his dental office once a week for dental work. I loved how gentle he was, how he told bad jokes, how he talked about his golf game and how he softly whistled while he worked on my teeth. I was a sophomore in high school when I first started my dental care with him. He was my dentist throughout college and my early teaching years. When I moved to Las Vegas in 1986, I was convinced I would never find as good a dentist as him...and I was right. However, many dentists commented on the thoroughness and durability of his work. I still have fillings he put in during the 1970s. I hope he is now enjoying life in heaven, whistling and smiling.