Michael P. Roach Sr.

Saratoga Springs, New York

Age 65


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Michael P. Roach Sr., 65, died peacefully Sept. 3, 2014, at his home in Saratoga Springs.Michael was the son of Dorothy Hart Roach and the late John "Jack" Roach, who passed away in 2004.Survivors in addition to his mother include his loving son, Michael Roach Jr. and his loving...

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To Mike's family - you are in my thoughts and prayers. Mike was my baseball gossip buddy here in the office. I always enjoyed his unique perspective and humor on the politics and strategy of the game. Rest in peace, Mike.

Susan and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You will be remembered in my thoughts and prayers. With heartfelt sympathy, Kim Hostig

To Dorothy, Susan, Pat, Michael, Jr. and Glenna - It is with great sadness to hear of Michael's passing. We grew up together when we were very young and were next door neighbors. Our mothers formed a friendship that lasted for years, and our families were very close. Mike was a wonderful person. I am very fortunate to have known him. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.
Chris (Blair) Adkins

I first met Michael around 35years ago, and we became friends immediately. We both loved Notre Dame football,also we played on Gaffeney's softball team.He was a very good friend,I will miss him,but will remember him .I am very sorry to hear of his passing
I send my deepest sorrow to his family

thoughts and prayers with you and your family at this time of sorrow.

Micheal Roach...He was my roomie twice, my team-mate, my co-worker, my drinking buddy, my betting sports foe, my confidant and for over 40 yrs my friend. 30 something years ago our paths parted. He became a devoted dad, me? I lived around the country doing my thing with my wife. We never lost touch via phone calls and our visits when I came to Albany to visit my family. There's a saying..."if you have but one true friend in your life, you're a millionaire". I consider myself a...

It was with great sadness when I read of Mike's passing. Mike used to tell me I was one of the first people that he met when he first moved here. I took that as a great compliment, as he meant it to be. He also pitched for the Gaffney's softball team and was quite knowledgeable of most sports, as well as many other subjects. Mike will be greatly missed by his many friends. Although it's been a long time, I remember his family and extend my condolences to them.

Sending condolences to Mike's family. Hoping that your cherished memories help you cope with the loss of your loved one. (Former co-worker of Mike's.)

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Glenna.