Julie Lamendella wrote:
Dear Michael. The fog that has surrounded me is slowly lifting and shining brightly though my grief are many bitter sweet memories. So many funny and not so funny stories however I am grateful we made our peace, sad we didn’t have more time to create more memories. Reflecting back to just last year when you came to visit and we had such a blast at the piano bar. It seemed like old times laughing and singing too many of our favorite songs. The positive imprint you left within the hearts of so many by your gift of generosity, caring nature and making people feel you cared about them is a beautiful legacy. You are now at peace and I hope reunited in spirit & soul with Mom, Dad and Joey. “Siblings will take different paths and life may separate them…but they will forever be bonded by having begun their journey in the same boat.”
Stacey Stiles wrote:
Julie, I am so sorry for your loss. Mike has gone so soon, and yet I know he is in a better place. I will forever have lasting memories of Mike (and your entire family) in my heart. So many of these memories make me smile, and so many make me laugh out loud. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Rest peacefully Mike.......
Murray Katz wrote:
Michael, you were always a kind and Kindred spirit. Your kind and generous nature enriched our lives greatly. Your overgenerous nature made you give my sister your grandmother diamond wedding ring when you were 5. When my mother returned it, she became my mothers closest and most trusted friend. The same happened with our fathers soon thereafter. You didn't gain a wife, but you did forever marry our two families. What a blessing you gave us. Your sprit will forever Shine brightly !
Mike was a close friend of mine I've known since college and whom I'll fondly remember. He was a fun, generous and charitable person who could be proud of the life he's left behind. While I'll dearly miss Mike I am happy he's at peace in heaven with his family. One day we'll see you again good friend!
Alan Butman wrote:
Michael was my best friend's little brother and i will miss him. He is in a much better place.
Heather Bersch Tyzer wrote:
MK.....I am so sad for you...May Michael’s love for you continue to be in your heart and all the fond memories carry you through this awful time. All my love, Heather Bersch Titzer
Matt Smith wrote:
Julie, my prayers of condolence to you. I will always remember Mike. Our friendship made grade school and high school fun. May his memory be a blessing
Pam Andrus wrote:
Michael was the quintessential nice guy who would do anything for anybody. He was a fellow boating companion and dog lover. He was extremely thoughtful, kind and generous. We will miss his spontaneous and adventurous fun loving attitude. We will find comfort in knowing he is watching over us and find happiness in the memories that we shared together. Ahoy Michael, you will be remembered forever and deeply missed.
All our love,
Pam n Nick
Colleen Bragiel wrote:
Michael will be missed by many. He was a very kind and a gentle man. I am sorry to hear he has left us this quickly.
Jeanne Ann & John Sattler wrote:
Michael, you have always been a generous, sensitive, and caring cousin. Rest in Peace your suffering, Anxiety and Pain are over. You can now enjoy your New Life of Glory with God.
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