Dr. Michael D. Arsenault

Detroit, Michigan


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ARSENAULTDR. MICHAEL D. December 20, 2016. Age 56 of Grosse Ile. Beloved husband of Patty. Loving father of Victoria (Raj Singh), Michelle, and Elizabeth. Dearest brother of Jean (Jerry) Aben and the late Larry. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday, December 27, 2016,...

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Condolences to his family. Mike and I have been friends since High school. He was a great guy and friend.

Please accept my sincere condolences. I vividly remember Michael as active and energetic AOCR board member.

I have fond memories of Mike from medical school. I can still picture where he sat day in and day out for 2 years. He always had a kindness and pleasantness about him. A couple years after medical school I ran into him again with my son as his patient. Again, Mike showed a kindness that will never be forgotten. I am sorry for all those that miss him and hope that your memories give some healing.

Please accept my condolences. May you find comfort and peace from God's word found at 2Thessalonians 2:16,17. I know Mr. Michael will be deeply missed.

My condolences to the Arsenault family. I had the privilege of going through medical school with Michael. We often worked together in the OMT lab as we went through our first two years of training. I remember that he loved and spoke fondly of his family and he was passionate about osteopathic medicine. He will be missed by many.

A great classmate and fine physician, sorry to hear of Mike's passing. Best to his family and friends.

i am very saddened to hear of Dr. Arsenault's passing. I knew Mike in his early college years at Michigan. He was very personable and funny and exceptionally intelligent. I'm sure he was a great doctor. He was a great person. My condolences to the Arsenault family.

My deepest condolence to the Arsenault family. I hope that you find comfort in the warm memories that you have and can share with family and friends. May you find peace in the coming promises of God that one day death, pain and tear will be a thing of the pass.

When I was an xray student he would always make a joke when he saw me, had a smile on his face and was willing to teach, which as a student, was hard to come by some days. It was great seeing him at the hospital as a tech 9 years later. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing, the world is an emptier place without him, he will truly be missed! Praying for his family.