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12/03/17 05:49 PM #1    

Kevin Curran

My memory of Mike is as the class clown in Mrs. Harman's 4th grade (class picture on my profile page).  I don't know why I remember this, but Mrs. Harman once asked why some people in history chose to live in a certain place.  Mike raised his hand and made some noise, she called on him, he answered, "Beecause they wanted to live high on the hog!", the class broke into laughter and Mrs. Harman said, "Give that man 25 cents!"  May he rest in peace. 

12/27/17 03:48 PM #2    

Jerry Gusmano

 I have fond memories of Mike playing the drums for “down by the lazy river” before every auditorium event.

We had lots of laughs over funny Al Kalfus.  I miss you Mike!

12/28/17 09:32 PM #3    

Joann Larosa (Mahr)


 Michael  and I lived on the same block on Livingston Ave. we knew each other very well and spent many days talking and hanging out on the block ..  He was a really nice guy and I'm so sorry to hear of his passing.. May he Rest In Peace until we meet again.  Joann  Mahr



01/13/18 12:12 PM #4    

Don Patterson

Mike and I grew close in Jr High school, mostly through baseball, boy scouts, music and drama. He was a great friend and we had lots of laughs and memorable times. Mike was a gifted athlete : a perenial little-league all star (the last couple of years with Mark Harris, JT Feeney and me), and QBed our Freshman football team.  He then took up Tennis, and even gave my parents lessons through the city. My entire family loved Mike.

Of course Mike also loved music and drama (remember 7th grade 'Pirates of Penzance'?). I remember cutting up with Mike in 8th grade music class & choir with Mr. Treahy. Fond memories, all, Mike. You are missed.

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