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Michael Rocheleau

Michael J. Rocheleau

Monday, October 2nd, 1950 - Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
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John Ramsey

Posted at 06:57am
I never met Michael but spoke with him many times on the phone when he called WWUH. He was a huge supporter of the station and a true gentleman. He will be missed.
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A dear friend

Posted at 12:33pm
My deepest sympathies to Mikes family and best friend Chris and his wonderful care giver Felicia.Mike would always say to me are we best friends forever yes we are for always and ever Tcb your friend Becky

Rob Fuoco

Posted at 10:38am
dear bob in england and rocheleau family, sending sincere condolences to all of you. i did not know michael personally, but only knew how beloved he was through bob's stories and remarks about his life. he sounded like a pretty remarkable guy. hugs to you during your time of sadness. best from rob camp fuoco in burlington ct.
 

Bob Rocheleau Posted at 02:59pm

brother bob i wish i brought him into your orbit - you'd have got on. miss and love you, hope to see you soon.
BR

Becky robbins

Posted at 01:43pm
Mike has been part of our family for the last 30 yrs. He always spend holidays ,Christmas eve birthdays and just hanging out at the pool with our family.He would call me just to talk about rock and roll music chuck berry and the fiftys.Love you mike.When we where hanging up I would always say see you later alligator and he would say after a while crocodile.love for always and ever.Becky Robbins T C B.
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Stephen Nordmark

Posted at 04:35pm
The last time I saw Mike was in the 70s . The one thing I remember most about Mike is he had a laugh that would knock your socks off. When we were younger we would talk about different music
and if I named a song he knew the artist almost every time.He will be missed by many .
Mike, May you have fair winds and a following sea.
RIP cousin.
Steve Nordmark
 
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Donna Repass Forrest Posted at 07:15pm

Mike was in my homeroom in high-school even though he graduated in 1969, the year before I did. I did not know him well other than occasionally helping him navigate between classrooms. Eventually, I became a third grade teacher in Wethersfield and for many years I would tell my students the “Michael Story.” While I could not remember his last name , I told them how amazing he was to make it through high school without much help that I could see. I told them all that I wish I got to know him better, but was probably shy because of his disability. I encouraged them not to make the same mistake I did and make an effort to get to know people who may be different than they are. I never knew what happened to him but after reading his obituary , I am so happy that he had a good life. An amazing person ! Donna Repass Forrest
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