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Michel F. Zimardo 1940 - 2017

Michel F. Zimardo

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December 04, 2017
To my dad who taught me to be the best at what I do, never give up, and never let others drag you down, to be independent, a leader, and stand tall and fight for what you want, and always help those in need. I will never forget going to work at your construction sites, having perms and colored hair, and different hair styles whenever I wanted, getting picked up from school with the motorcycle, playing tennis together, kickboxing classes, dancing with you to 50's music, eating all of my vegan recipes and never saying anything bad about them, driving all the way out to Olympia to pick me up when I got sick visiting the capital, helping me open up my hair band business, taking me shopping for my prom dress, working on my physics project that came so easily to you, going shopping together, rushing out to my college dorm to pick me up, without a second thought, in the middle of the night because I was homesick, having dinner every week together at my college, teaching me how to draw a butterfly, teaching me to parallel park, your jokes, your bear hugs, and so many more wonderful memories, I will miss your advice, your stories, your time spent listening to me and letting me live and learn, and for supporting me in everything that I have done in my life. You were always there when I needed you, always there when I needed someone to talk to. So much love to you. Someday, I look forward to seeing you again. I am going to miss you so much. I am so happy to have the many memories of being your daughter, and you my dad, and all the time you spent being an amazing father.
December 04, 2017
Sorry for your loss
December 03, 2017
I met "Mike" sometime around 1968-69, when I worked at Meadowdale Chevron, and he worked across the street at the Enco Station. Later, I spent 29 years at Stevens Hospital, and would see him and/or his family there from time to time. If anyone ever "marched to a different drummer",it was Mike Zimardo, and he seemed to like to "strut his stuff in his kilt", while other people just gawked at the man in a "skirt". I think he knew something most of us did't. Strut on Mike, strut on.
December 03, 2017
I first me Michel when I was an electric meter reader for the PUD. He had just opened Michel's Mirror And Glass Engraving in North Everett, and I came along to help him get his electric service started. He was quite the character, and left a lasting impression. We crossed paths several times over the years, and I will always remember his unique style.

Rest in peace Michel.
December 03, 2017
Rest In Peace Michele for we will all join you. A friend from Crane School and Yuma High.
John Quintero
Punta Arenas, Costa Rica
December 03, 2017
Ernie Mashler

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