Michael Cacicio

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Memorial services for Micky Cacicio will be on Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 11:00 am at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home in Montgomery, Texas with Dan Schiel officiating.

Micky Cacicio was born in Montpelier, Vermont on August 21, 1955 and suddenly passed away on July 21, 2014 in Montgomery, Texas. He was greeted by his father and mother, Michael and Ann Cacicio both of Montpelier, Vermont. He is survived by his son: Cort Cacicio, daughter and son-in-law: Caci and Chris Kelley; Grandsons: Colin and Connor Kelley, and the mother of his children: Cindy Forbes, all of Texas. He is also survived by his sister, Wanda "Kitten" Cacicio and brother and sister-in-law: Dario "Chuke" and Darcy Cacicio, all of Vermont. Niece: Jill Washburn of Montana, Nephews: Scott Washburn, Brad and his wife Lauren Washburn, and Cody and Cole Cacicio, all of Vermont. Numerous other friends and relatives also survived.

After growing up in Montpelier, Vermont, he decided it was time to "head South" to Texas in 1978. Here, he and his longtime friend, Greg Hill, started his life and his legacy, G.M. Carpentry Inc. If you saw that big red truck driving the road, then you know he was off to go do what he loved. He had a special gift of building and creating beautiful cabinetry. He put his heart, his soul, and his passion into his work and home. Micky was a very kind-hearted man. He always wanted to make sure his family, friends, and clients were taken care of and made sure that everything he did felt right and was in his heart. He was a wonderful father, friend, and mentor to so many.

In several months, a celebration of life will be held at his home in Montgomery, Texas which will be announced at a later date. Flowers for the funeral will be appreciated or a potted plant that can be planted in his honor at his home will also be greatly appreciated. Micky also was an avid supporter of St. Jude's Children's Research. Donations in his name would also be appreciated.

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Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home of Montgomery
20850 Eva St.
Montgomery, TX 77356
(936) 597-7300
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