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Michael A. Driscoll

Chicopee, Massachusetts

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Michael A. Driscoll 68, of Chicopee MA, passed away on November 2, 2018. Michael was born in Holyoke, son of the late Edward and Beatrice (Reece) Driscoll. He was raised in Holyoke and graduated from Holyoke Community College and Dean Vocational School. He was employed by Mercy Homecare as an...

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Mike, you're be missed greatly. Often thought of you. Missed working with you at the group home! My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Mike was a special friend, and I'm missing him so much. I met Mike while selling stereo equipment in the mid 70's.
We became close friends and shared a love of audio equipment, photography, and live music. We made many a road trip to hear live music, attend audiophile meetings, and vacations.
We lived together in West Springfield, and had some interesting times together. Mike photographed my wedding to my wife, Gail, and we all remained real close.
Mike had that special...

Mike loved music. He had eclectic tastes and could discuss any genre with in depth and insightful comments.
Conversations with Mike were always interesting. He was filled with fun facts on a wide range of off beat topics.
He was a serious jeopardy contender.

You where a kind man. You will be missed.

So sorry to hear of Mike's passing. I only interacted with him a few times while he worked for our group homes in Westfield but I knew he was a nice person. May he Rest In Peace !

Mike was an incredible friend to me, my immediate family, and our mutual friends, Jay and Jessi. We consider him to be a part of our family. My nephew includes Mike whenever talking about family and gave Mike the same kind of grief. He's forever a part of us. I don't think I could write anything that would appropriately honor Mike.

When my mom's condition started to deteriorate, Mike was there. When my mom passed away, Mike was there. When I was disabled for almost a year, Mike...

This was after my mom's memorial service.

Mike was an incredible friend to me, my immediate family, and our mutual friends, Jay and Jessi. We consider him to be a part of our family. My nephew includes Mike whenever talking about family and gave Mike the same kind of grief.' He's forever a part of us. I don't think I could write anything that would appropriately honor Mike.

When my mom's condition started to deteriorate, Mike was there. When my mom passed away, Mike was there. When I was disabled for almost a year, Mike...