- February 5, 2013
- Gloucester, Massachusetts
of Specialist's Passing
- In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Michael's memory to the United States Navy Sea Cadet Corps, Boston Minutemen Division, Gloucester High School, 32 Leslie O Johnson Road, Gloucester, MA 01930.
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Sweet, sweet Michael. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing. My heart goes out to all of his loved ones, particularly Barbra. Although I didn't get the chance to know Michael in our teen years, he was one of my first close childhood friends. We spent first and second grade together at Lincoln School and we were definitely each others confidants. Keen sense of humor, extremely intelligent, always loyal, slightly awkward, cute glasses and turtle neck, long-sleeved shirts make
Posted by: Hannah Cummins - Brookline, MA - childhood friend Feb 17, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of loss.
Posted by: Lynn Whitlock - Chicago, IL Feb 13, 2013
Dear Barbara, Dear Andrea -- How very sorry we were to hear of Michael's passing. Although we had the opportunity of meeting him only a couple of times when he was a boy in Brookline, he stood out to us as one with special "star quality" -- meeting our eyes with confidence and sincerity, a sweet and happy smile, but eager to return to the games he was playing with friends. Michael's poise with adults was remarkable. His Aunt Andrea
Posted by: April and Bill Dawley - Pompano Beach, FL - Friend of Andrea Devergie Feb 13, 2013
I would like to offer my condolence from the Chicago Word Processing Department. My prayers are with you. May the creator carry you through this time.
Peace be with you,
Posted by: Michael Chisholm - Chicago, IL - Co-worker son Feb 12, 2013
Barbara words can not express how sorry I am to hear about your son. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Saleria Gano - Chicago, IL - Co-worker Feb 12, 2013
Barbara, I was so sorry to hear about your son. There is nothing I can say but hope that you find some comfort in the love of your family and friends.
Posted by: Barbara Slayton - Revere, MA Feb 12, 2013
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I was lucky enough to have Mike in my chemistry class at BHS. It was a time when he was figuring out what was most important to him, and i am, grateful to have been a part of his journey. I will miss him
Posted by: Irfan Alibhai - HS Chemistry Teacher Feb 12, 2013
So very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you. -
Richard Barbato, Director, Office of Veterans Services, Gloucester, MA.
Posted by: Richard Barbato - Gloucester, MA Feb 12, 2013
I was Michaels 3rd grade grade teacher at the Lincoln School,in Brookline.
My memories of Michael are of a warm, witty, life loving boy who delighted in making others happy. He had the ability to brighten the mood of the classroom with just a smile, and the energy, creativity and curiosity that made him stand out! I have thought of him often over the years. I am so, so sad to learn about his passing.
Posted by: Paula Reilly - Brookline, Mass. - 3rd grade teacher Feb 12, 2013
I have only met your son over oovoo, when my daughter Shelli was hanging out with him and Richard in NY. Although I have heard lots about him from both my daughters (Ashliegh and Shelli). He was a very good friend to both and introduced Ashliegh to tubs of Cookie dough and showed Shelli just howto live life and have fun in a car when it's icy outside. Besides that from what I heard from them he was a very
Posted by: Ronnie - Veneta, OR Feb 12, 2013