Michael Frank Rabasco

27 août 196324 avril 2017

Michael Frank Rabasco, age 53, passed away on April 24, 2017. Mike was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised by his grandparents, Michael and Mafalda Rabasco, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Mike is survived by the love of his life and soul mate, Anne. Mike and Anne were inseparable: they enjoyed spending time together first and foremost, and made it a priority to attend family events and to travel. Mike is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Maria and Art James, Marilyn and Ralph Rabasco, cousins, nieces, nephews and several in-laws. Mike was an enthusiast of history, music and sports, and collector of memorabilia. He was a fan of the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Mets. Mike was an exceptionally kind man. He was always generous with his time and helped anyone who needed it. As a young man, Mike served in the Army. He will be missed and forever remembered. A memorial service will be held at a private location in Escondido on Monday, May 1, 2017 (contact McLeod Mortuary for details). Please go to the McLeod Mortuary website and post your memories, thoughts and words of condolences.


Michael Frank Rabasco


Marilyn Rabasco

11 mai , 2017

Michael we light this candle in honor of you. You were the light of our lives and we love you so very much. Always in our hearts. We know you are now with grandma and grandpa and free of pain. We will always and forever remember what a special person you were to our family.
Love always Uncle Ralph Aunt Marilyn

Anne Rabasco

5 mai , 2017

Mike was my husband, Love of my life and soulmate. He will forever be missed.

Cheryl Klempka

4 mai , 2017

I worked next to Mike for a few years in Shoreview Mn. One of the greatest guys you could ever know. I send my sincere condolences to Mike's family and friends! Cheryl Klempka

Tonya Rabasco

4 mai , 2017

This photo of Michael makes me smile. It was taken at my wedding with Michael as Usher. One of the happiest days of my life. Michael was the definition of a gentle giant. He cared deeply for his family. From the moment I met him I knew he was special. I will always remember his love of reading. Every time he saw my kids he gave them books instead of toys. Michael is gone way too soon. My husband, kids and I will miss him more than words can say.

Troy Tepley

3 mai , 2017

My sincerest condolences to Michael's friends and family. I spent many afternoons talking sports and music with Michael, and it was always informative and entertaining. I will remember him well, always.

Robert Rabasco

3 mai , 2017

Mike was my cousin, my de facto brother, and a great guy. When he lived in Minnesota, and I was dating my wife, we spent a lot of time together. He loved to talk about sports and music. It was Mike that inspired me to lift weights competitively, as he once did. In fact, I still have his old weight belt. I will miss him very much.

Tom Koop

30 avril , 2017

One of the kindest men I've ever had the privilege of knowing. Mike and Annie were meant to be together and I am sure they will unite in the afterlife.

Peace Annie

Susan Frederick

29 avril , 2017

I am lost for words with the news of the passing of Michael. He was my nephew and I was his godmother. I didn't see Micheal when he was young but we got together in Connecticut. I wish I had more time with Micheal. He is a kind and generous human being. I know he is at rest and with his beloved grandparents Frank and Malfada. I know I will see him again. Love Always Aunt Sue

Colleen Ryan

28 avril , 2017

I am so saddened to hear about Mike's passing. We worked together in Minnesota and he was so kind and caring. My father was also born in Brooklyn and we shared a lot of New York stories. I never met Anne but he spoke of you often and you could see the love. So sorry to hear about Mike. Prayers to you and your family.