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Michael David Siegel
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Full Name: Michael David Siegel
Date of Birth: January 23, 1991
Date of Death: September 5, 2021
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3 responses to “Michael David Siegel

  1. Ethan Rosenberg says:


    You were my friend since we were both little. You were like a brother to me, and I can’t believe that you’re actually gone. It still feels unreal. I wish you had called me — even if you wanted to just talk. I wish I could’ve helped you more than I did. I tried to take you to meetings with me but it didn’t work out. You were still fighting your own battle. I will only remember you for all the good times we’ve had together.

    I’m sorry for your loss Mr. and Mrs. Siegel. I thought he was doing better out there, from what I heard from my mother. He will be forever in my heart and prayers.

    I love you Michael, you will always be like the 2nd brother I never had. May all the prayers also be with your younger sister, mom and dad. You will always be in my heart Michael.

  2. Randy Marcus says:

    I have no words to adequately express the sadness of losing our beloved nephew, Michael. At this difficult moment, I can only think of the good times we spent with him and the Siegel family. The seders, the Thanksgivings, Josh and Nichole’s wedding, his Bar Mitzvah, the summer visits to the Washington DC area. Michael was a pleasure to be with. He was always inquisitive and interested in the different aspects of living in the nation’s capital. One standout visit was to the Marine Corps Museum in Quantico, VA. Michael was really impressed by the exhibits. Our hearts go out to Barbara, Steve, and Danielle. May they find comfort in the memories of those good times.

  3. Irene Marcus says:

    Dear Iris, Steve, and Danielle,

    I can’t find the words. Losing a child is devastating. Losing Michael when he was still a young man with so much potential is more so.

    I want you to know that I will never forget him. He still lives in my heart and memories, as I am sure he does in yours. In that way, Michael will never truly be gone!

    I remember all of the joy he brought to our lives, and all of the sorrow when he succumbed to the chronic disease of addiction. I always hoped he was recovering, and always afraid he was not, or that he would have a relapse.

    At his best, Michael was handsome, intelligent, sweet, thoughtful, talented in many areas, and widely-read. When he visited, we used to have fun conversations on everything from Fibonacci numbers to Schrodinger’s cat! He was always an enthused talker. He could hold his own in any debate.

    I love you all, and am so sorry that due to my health, I could not be there to help support you.

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Service Information
Date: Sunday September 12, 2021
Time: 1:30 pm Graveside Service
Officiating: Rabbi David Wise
Affiliation: Congregation Etz Hayim at Hollis Hills Bayside
Wellwood/Beth Moses Cemetery
1500 Wellwood Avenue, West Babylon, NY 11704