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Mitchell Allan Bloom

11 January , 19533 July , 2019
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Mitchell A. Bloom, age 66, passed away Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at his home in Melbourne, FL. Born in January 11, 1953 in Brookline, MA. He came to Brevard County in May 2005 from Wescosville, PA and worked for Morgan Stanley as a financial planner and former engineer. Was also a member of the local Amateur Radio Club.

He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Debbie Bloom; daughter, Shelly Bloom; son, Joshua Bloom; brother, Eliot Bloom and extended family; grandchild, Murdoch Stevens and Cheryl Stevens as well as all the children and friends he considered family who shared his home at any point throughout his life.

A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 11:00 am at Life Event Center Florida Memorial, 5950 South US Highway 1, Rockledge, FL with lunch to follow. Shiva will be held at his home following the service and luncheon.

Mitch Bloom touched many lives . He welcomed all and treated everyone with kindness, love and respect. He will be loved and missed always.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to supportzerocancer.org or to St. Jude’s.

Services

  • Memorial Service Tuesday, 9 July , 2019

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Kathy & Jay Klein

9 July 2019

Sending our sincere sympathies and condolences to Debbie, Shelly and Josh on the loss of Mitch. Jay and I remember sharing wonderful holidays and life events with Mitch and your family when we all lived in Cross Timbers. May his memory be a blessing to all those he knew.

Kathy & Jay Klein

Ginny KOPP

9 July 2019

Mitch was an awesome person. He loved his work as much as he loved the people he helped.
He was the type of man you trusted and loved.
He was a friend but most of all he was a part of our family also.
He always made you smile. God bless his family.
You will be deeply missed. Rest in peace, my friend. ❤

Pat Peticolas

8 July 2019

Sending our love and condolences to Debbie, Shelly, Josh and the entire Bloom family. We will remember Mitch and the fun times and get-togethers when we all lived in Cross Timbers. Wishing you peace and comfort.
Pat and Larry Peticolas

Liza Hoppes

8 July 2019

I went to college with Shelly and her family lived close to campus. Their home was always open and her parents were our parents. I remember being invited to sleepover more than once. Mitch was always welcoming and always smiling and laughing. He had a contagious personality. There was no way you could ever be upset when he was there.

Matthew Van Someren

7 July 2019

Mitch came into my life about 10 years ago when Morgan Stanley purchased Smith Barney. He joined our office and I was intrigued to know his story of joining MS at a time of so much uncertainty with the banking industry. Mitch loved his job and was quite good at it...he kept things simple with his clients and explained the process to them quite well. I had been looking for a partner in our business for some time now and Mitch had this calming, simplistic aura about him that was contagious.
We started to work on a few things together and complemented each other extremely well in our businesses. Mitch was very ethical and that is the one quality I wanted in a partner above all else. We became partners and formed a magnificent friendship that I will miss going forward. Mitch was the type of guy to give you anything you needed and was very unselfish. I adored this man and am thankful God brought him into my life. Mitch loved his wife and children very very much and spoke of them often...we shared child hood stories and how things have changed so much. We compared raising our families and what's changed...things are so different now. Mitch was loyal, I trusted this man in all areas of life and knew he always had my back no matter what challenges we faced. Our office wears blue shirts and pink ties or ribbons on Thursdays for cancer awareness. Mitch was so honored to see the support in our office for what he was going through. Although hard to do, one of my goals was always to try and raise his spirits in what was a constant battle in his new medical life. Mitch loved Chick-fil-a and the restaurant by our office new Mitch very well. Most employees welcomed him every time we walked in there together. The support he received was incredible and I am very grateful for it. During the last couple months together we went through all of his client profiles for details on these relationships. He cared and loved his clients deeply and wanted only the best for them. Love u brother

Cookie Falb

4 July 2019

Mitch was not just a friend he was family to us , we loved him very dearly and will be missed but never ever forgotten . We meet Mitch in a strange way but it was the best day of or lives to have him and Debbie as our friend and family . Rest In Peace my special friend and god bless family

Eliot Bloom

4 July 2019

Mitchell was the brother that we all try to be. Never a harsh word, always a helping hand. Mitchell Will be missed by all who knew him. I will not only mis my brother Mitchell, but now i will travel through the rest of my life without my brother, my friend, it will be lonely.I will mis you Mitchell, thank you for being a great brother and a true friend.

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