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November 9, 2012
Dear departed Mike,

Thank you for the advise you have given me, especially during my teenage years. I will miss you so very much. I send my love to your family and i will keep you in my heart.

Michael Peluso
November 9, 2012
Mike and Family,

As one of your former neighbors, I miss our morning chats and all those home projects we discussed. I send my best sincere prayers to your family and just know that if anyone in your family (Melissa, Jack, Matt or Sean) ever needs a favor, I'll be there...

Jim Higgins
November 8, 2012
Mike, copy Mike, I am forever grateful that you gave me a job. It changed my life. You started my career path.

I remember so well and often when you told me to "swing by comma boy". It was my first paycheck in my life that was over $1000. This was 1995 and I was a bike messenger with a check like that! I was SO proud. Riding home that night to the Lower Haight I stopped at a burger place next the "The Mint". When I ate there I normally got a burger, small fries and a cup of free water. That night I got a bacon cheeseburger, large onion rings & a root-beer float. I ate like a king for the first time on my own. I ate with an incredible smile and an occasional tear of joy.

Over the years you always shared with Josh and myself anything you could to help us even though we are in the same field. You were always very kind.

I'd like to think, but seriously doubt, that you had me in mind when you named your last son Sean. Sean Patrick as I've seen. Funny thing is that one of my son's names is James Patrick and I never got around to telling you and that makes very sad.

You will be missed.
November 7, 2012
Mike's involvement in the SF messenger industry spanned decades and has been viewed as the benchmark of how it should be done. You will be missed Mike and I consider myself lucky to have known you as an employer and a friend.
The messenger community will pay their respects at South Park on Friday, November 9th at 6pm. All are welcome.
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