Michael George Miceli

11 April, 198022 December, 2020

Michael George Miceli was born on April 11, 1980 and passed away on December 22, 2020 and is under the care of Kane-Jerrett Funeral Homes.

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Natalie Wehbe

31 May 2021

Michael, I'm soo saddened to hear you have left us. I remember you from elementary school , you were the kindest and sweetest person. Tonight when I was rocking my daughter who has a rare disease, I thought of you. I thought of how I could have been a better friend to you. I wanted to find you and catch up. I'm sorry that I didn't contact you sooner, you were truly an amazing person! I'm really heart broken but I know that heaven gained an beautiful angel. One thing I remember you always had alpha sprouts for lunch. I didn't know what they were till I met you. My condolences to you family and your wonderful mother. Lots of love.

Jill Barnes

19 February 2021

May he R. I. P. A beloved friend to many. I'll miss our Phone calls & his sharing of events & Health Studies for $. We always checked up on each other by phone.

Wendy Porch

22 January 2021

On behalf of the Centre for Independent Living in Toronto (CILT), I would like to offer our deepest condolences to Michael's loved ones on this profound loss. As you can see from photos shared by others below, Michael was been an important and respected part of the CILT community for many years. Michael's community-mindedness was an inspiration to his peers. His efforts for disability justice rallied others alongside him. Through his considerable advocacy efforts, with CILT and also through the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee (TAAC), Michael worked hard everyday to change the world for the better. Thank you, Michael for all you have done to raise up the needs of our community and to shape a better world, inclusive of us all.
On a personal note, Michael and I were both members of the TAAC and we often sat together at meetings (in the pre-lockdown days). I loved chatting and strategizing with Michael. He had the uncommon ability to be able critique something with sincerity and kindness. He was one of the most kind and genuine people I have had the pleasure of knowing. I will miss you, Michael. We all will.

Vincent De Mercedes-Angelssen

12 January 2021

Michael was a very special person - a shining example of what we can all, in spite of any physical limitation, be capable of, if we were only to put our hearts and minds to it...
He was humble yet noble and generous of spirit; always there to offer comfort and affection
I feel honored and enriched by the gift of his amity.
I will miss him,
I will miss his sweet, reassuring smile, the softness and gentleness in his voice... His parting saddens me, yet I find solace in the thought of him, our dear Michael, dancing now, in the radiance and blessedness of his well deserved Eternity.

Muscular Dystrophy Canada MDC

12 January 2021

On behalf of Muscular Dystrophy Canada,
We are tremendously saddened by the loss of a very dear man who’s kind genuine spirt was an inspiration to all of us.
Michael was Family at MDC, a member with us for over 37 years, we grieve his passing and yet we celebrate an extraordinary young man.
Michael was an enthusiastic participant to our Network Meetings, and will be remembered always for his gentle support and encouragement, setting an example of courage to all those who knew him,
Forever in our hearts!

Mark Kim

12 January 2021

On behalf of the City of Toronto's Accessibility Unit, we offer our gratitude for Michael's service as a member of the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee for the past 2 and a half years.

As a member of this advisory body to City Council, Michael and his fellow members provided advice on removing and preventing barriers for people with disabilities and advancing accessibility for everyone living, working and playing in the City of Toronto.

In so doing, Michael had an active hand in improving the equity and quality of life for all Torontonians. With our profound respect to Michael and his family.

Carol Morra

11 January 2021

The first time I met Michael was over 15 years ago. He was very friendly and I felt like I had known him my whole life. He was knowledgeable, intelligent and a bright light. When I last spoke with him, he asked me to pray for him. Michael, may you rest in peace, now you are with your loving mom. My deepest condolences to his family.

Liv Mendelsohn

11 January 2021

It has been my honour to serve with Michael on the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee. His loss is a huge loss to the city and to disability community. Michael was warm and deeply kind, and brought a great deal of insight to our work. I will miss him personally and will miss his thoroughness and dedication. My condolences to his family and all who loved him.

Stacey R

11 January 2021

I came to know Michael through the time he dedicated as a client partner at VHA Home Healthcare. Michael was involved in helping to shape and improve home care by generously sharing his lived experiences . He was an integral part of a few key committees and many VHA staff had the pleasure to work alongside him over the past 5 years. His insights, contributions and wonderful personality will be deeply missed by those of us who had the opportunity to get to know him and spend time in his company. My sincere condolences are offered to his friends and family.

Lynette Powell

10 January 2021

Michael has been my neighbour for many years. We shared many conversations, with him always seeming to know more news about “stuff” in the building than I did! He had an amazing memory for people’s birthdays. He would collect clothes and things for the Scott Mission. He would leave envelopes on my door stuffed with helpful articles about plants, and birds and NL...anything he knew I was interested in. He was often a smiling face. Sitting in the lobby, or outside in the sun, on his walker, and greeting everyone. He never complained once about pain or disability. Our superintendent, David, on hearing the news of his passing, said “The building will not be the same without him”. Godspeed, Michael. I will miss you.