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December 18, 2018

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January 8, 2018
Dear Sharon , My deepest sympathy for you in Michaels passing ; you are in my thoughts & prayers . Brendan
December 27, 2017
My sincere condolences on Mike's passing. I knew Mike from our days at the Jersey shore. I had the pleasure of reconnecting with him after more than forty years at a dinner a year ago. His infectious smile and great attitude hadn't changed in all that time. He was a great guy and brightened every room he entered. Everyone he knew was was a better person for having known him.
December 27, 2017
I will always have fond memories of the fun, laughter, and good times that I was fortunate enough to share with Michael. He was just a great person and brought a lot of joy to all those who were lucky enough to know him.
December 27, 2017
Sharon,
If you were lucky enough to know Mike, you know the joy he would always bring and spread among all. If you listen, you can still hear the joy in his hearty laugh usually followed by the thunderous clap of his hands.
To know Mike was to love Mike. Respectful to all. always upbeat, even in the face of his disease, a genuine friend, caring to all.
Today, we express sorrow as we say goodbye to our lifelong friend, but know that Mike has shown us the way, and will live in eternal joy with our loving God. May our Lord bless you and ease your grief.