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Michael Mazza
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Michael Mazza
Full Name: Michael Mazza
Date of Birth: November 30, 1942
Date of Death: August 17, 2021
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7 responses to “Michael Mazza

  1. Arlene Masia says:

    Michael was a very loving, kind person. Since we were 16 years of age Mickey and I were very close. Mickey was not only my best friend but I considered Mickey my brother. Always trying to help me, giving me good advice when needed. We enjoyed going together to Broadway Shows & Good Restaurants. Most of all we enjoyed going frequently walking on Orchard Beach near the water for an hour. Then we always met nice people to talk with, then lunch at City Island. Mickey was family. He was always invited to family parties. It was wonderful spending time with Jeff and Mickey. They gave so much love to each other, their family and friends. I feel so lost w/o Mickey..


    Mike was an important part of my support system in pharmacy school.When things became difficult we supported and encouraged one another.During those 5 years a bond of friendship developed. Our lives had many similarities. We both lost our fathers suddenly when they were in their 50’s. We both lost our older brothers to cancer when they were young. Our mothers were remarkably similar overcoming great loss to become the emotional support of their families.They were both great cooks and lived long lives to 97 and 100. I will miss Mike, but I have many good memories.

  3. Arlene Masia says:

    Mickey was blessed to have his sister Lyn, brother Matthew, Norman and Jeff in his life. Furthermore, Mickey met wonderful people all over the world. He was so friendly and caring to all. He always had a good word for his co-workers. Mickey attended my wedding and danced with me more than the groom. I was so blessed to be part of Mickey’s life. Mickey and I went apple picking at Masker’s Orchard with my sons; Walkway bridge over the Hudson River; Orchard Beach. Orchard Beach was our favorite. God Blessed Mickey and watched over him. Thank you God for not allowing Mickey to suffer. Thank you for his wonderful family & wonderful Friends. God introduced Jeff and Mickey. Thank you God

  4. Cori Ellison says:

    I’m so glad that I knew Mickey, even just a little. It didn’t take much time to feel the glow from that warm heart. And that feeling grew in seeing how loved he was, especially by his devoted sister, my good friend Lynne. May his memory be for a blessing.
    Zikhrono livrakha.

  5. annemiek van esveld says:

    september 4 in Amsterdam

    I met Mickey several times but the first time I will always remember.
    Since I live far away It was not possible to see eachother that often. But when we did you felt immediately the warmth and interest from him.
    Because of that he was loved by many people.
    I loved him and will never forget him.

  6. Ani says:

    I was very lucky to have met Michael, such a sweet man.
    A free spirit. May he Rest In Peace.

  7. William J Nelson says:

    Goodnight Michael. Your positive energy will live one forever.

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Service Information
Date: Sunday August 22, 2021
Time: 1:00 pm Graveside
Officiating: Rabbi Robert Summers
Mt. Moriah Cemetery
685 Fairview Avenue, Fairview, NJ 07022
Interment Information
Mt Moriah Cemetery, 685 Fairview Avenue, Fairview, NJ 07022