Michael is survived by his loving family; wife Gloria Cord, Valparaiso, daughters Michele Teal, Pueblo, Colorado, Dawn (Eli) Rodich, Valparaiso, Susan (Dan) Beluk, Newbury Port, Massachusetts, step-children Lori (George) Kucik, Crown Point, and Michael (Dama) McNary, Tucson, Arizona, grandchildren Heather Smith, Tyler Smith, William Ashton, Megan Baca, Christine Beluk, Mark Beluk, Molly Beluk, Angie (Eric) Vasquez, George (Maggie) Kucik, Kyle Kucik, Wesley McNary, and Carrie McNary, and other loving family and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, his son Craig Cord, and his son Michael Cord.
Cord is survived by wife and business partner MaryAnn Michalski Cord, mother Eleanor Badik, sister Tamara Badik Johnson and hanai son Joshua Thayer.
“You may not know the name Michael Cord, but you certainly know his work,” Soria said. “Many of today’s Hawaiian-music artists are regularly performing songs that Cord International restored from lost 78 rpm recordings and brought back to life for new generations to perform and dance to.”
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Michael Cord, the musician and record producer whose restoration and reissue of vintage Hawaiian recordings made an unparalleled contribution to the preservation of 20th-century Hawaiian and hapa haole music, died Sunday at his home in Ojai, Calif. He was 65.
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