It was a pleasure to know Mike.he was always so upbeat that it rubbed off on to everyone.He was a very special person,and my condolences to his family.
Mike you will be missed , I always enjoyed you at Bel Air you were such a wonderful person . My deepest sympathy to your family , Diana C.
Cousin Mikey your family back in Beaver County, Anna Mae, her daughter Cheryl and cousin Joe will dearly miss you. Cousin Mikey had an infectious laugh as so did his brothers Nick and Pete. Memory eternal!!!!
It brings tears to my eyes to know that such a wonderful person is no longer with us. I knew Mike as the Sale Manager extrordinaire, building an impressive customer base for Rainbo Bakery. He shared his craft with his fellow colleagues and together it was very hard to compete against the sales force at Rainbo Bread. After his retirement, he kept colleagues together via the "Upper Crust" club. I have no doubt that he's in heaven pitching a irresistible sales promo to the man above. I'm honored to have known Mike and to have worked with him. My deepest condolences to his family. He will be missed.
Mike was a people person with a huge personality. He never met a stranger and loved his friends like family.After retirement Mike originazed a group of Rainbo men and the name was " Upper Crust" club. They would meet for luncheons, but the big party was what Mike put together each Christmas time at Vinces Restaurant. He had gift bags for each family and much fun was had by all ...all because of Mike. He loved being involved with Rainbo becoming # 1 bread company in the area. Mike was our special friend and we will miss him and will remain in our hearts forever. Our love to Doris, Mike Jr. Craig and David
Betty & George Biechner
Mike will be missed by all of us at Costco. He always stop to talk to employees and brighten our day. My love goes out to his family and close friends at this time.
Remembering Mike and all of the great lunches and Christmas parties he put on for his RainboRainbo family,great bread man.
LeRoy and Shirley DuFrene
Hello, you may not know me, but I knew Mike. My name is Lisa and I work at Costco on Mack Road. I just heard from a coworker that Mike is no longer with us and I wanted to reach out and offer condolences on behalf of myself and the entire Costco family. We loved Mike and we were proud to call him our friend. When he came through the door, we would all feel happier inside, knowing he'd stopped by. Even if we were busy working and didn't get a chance to speak with him sometimes, simply seeing him in the store made our days brighter. We all feel lucky to have known him, and offer our deepest sympathies to the entire Maravich family. Mike was a good man who had a kind heart and loved his grand kids dearly. We all loved that about him. He will be greatly missed.
We will always cherish the great memories. Please accept our sincere condolences to Doris and Family.
Petey Teri Brandi and Justin ....Rest in peace Uncle Mike...We love you
To know Mike was to love him. Fought many battles and won with him at Rainbo during the 30 plus years. He was always able to come out on top. Our condolences to Doris and family. Sincerely, Joe and Sandy Lysinger
Dear Mike & Family, We will remember your smile and kindness. We will be with you some day. You will be missed by people that knew you.
My deepest sympathy to the Maravich Family. I used to love running into Mike at Bel-Air Market and sharing stories of the past and talking about Italian cooking. His charming personality will be missed.
Anna Stratton (Peretti)
To Mike's Family, I am so sorry to hear of our loss, I have known Mr. Maravich since junior high school days with Mike Jr. He was an incredible human and he will be missed by all who knew him.