OBITUARY

Michael Nicholas Ferracci

September 29, 1949February 21, 2021
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On February 21, 2021 Michael Nicholas Ferracci passed away at home; beloved husband of Mary Ferracci (nee Moore); devoted father of Gina Hyatt and her husband Billy; loving grandfather of Daniela and Camila Hyatt; dear brother of Mari Long, Michele Phillips, the late Louis Ferracci. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Jeanette Ferracci.

Michael was an avid golfer, and was recently employed with Adams Electric Company based in Charlotte, NC as a Senior Project Manager with nearly 50 years experience. Michaels dedication to the electrical contracting industry is evident in his deeply rooted commitment to several industry related organizations. In addition to having served on the Board of Directors for the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Maryland and Delaware Chapters, he also served on the Board of Directors for the American Subcontracting Association (ASA).

Relatives and friends are invited to gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air on Friday from 2-4 and 6-8 pm, where a funeral service will be held at 4 pm. Interment Private. Flowers will be accepted or donations may be made in Michael’s name to the American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, February 26, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, February 26, 2021

  • Visitation

    Friday, February 26, 2021

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Gary Aldrich

February 26, 2021

Mike,

I cannot put in to words how much you have impacted my life. You took me under your wing, and taught me so much, not just on the job, but about life in general. Without you none of this would have been possible and I will always remember you for that. We started our relationship as co-workers, and it quickly evolved into a true friendship. You helped me grow and shaped me into who I am today, and your passion is what pushed me to become a better person. The level of respect and admiration that I have for you is unmatched by any other. I look up to you as a mentor and as a father figure and will really miss your advise and wisdom. A truly great man, and I don't think I can ever convey how much you meant to me. I owe my entire life to you Mr. Ferracci. You are forever in my heart. Miss you big guy.

Gary Aldrich

Frank Ryan

February 25, 2021

Michael,
I will always remember our good times during the North Bed Tower project and beyond. Our golf trips to Palmetto were a "hoot and a half"!!! You were always able to make everyone smile and laugh.

Rita and I will miss you terribly, Michael.
Rest in Peace, my friend.

Gary Britton

February 25, 2021

Such a pleasant visit when calling on Mike. Trying to sell him some equipment for a project was always an exciting adventure! He always asked the right questions AND always wanted to talk golf sometime during the conversation.
Good friends like him are hard to find and he will be missed by all who knew him.
Rest well, my friend.

Gary & Ann Britton

Michael Larsen

February 25, 2021

To Mary and Family,

Mike will be missed physically but his spirit will live on in all of those that had the good fortune to have known him.
I will always remember his mannerisms and the ways that he could get you to laugh when work and dead lines seemed overwhelming.
In addition to the above the crews that worked on Mike’s projects will remember him for the way that he fed them as a reward for all of their hard work, meatball subs / pizza from “Little Italy” and hamburgers / onion rings from “Fuddruckers”.
Although well intentioned I’m still not convinced that worker productivity was enhanced after eating these “Heavy” lunches.
In fact most would have to take a brief nap to recover before returning to work.
I will most remember Mike for his devotion to family, dedication to the electrical industry and loyalty to those that he work with throughout his life.

“Ready Start Golf”, we will miss you!
Mike and Brenda


William Britt

February 24, 2021

Mary, Gina and family,

Worked on and off with Mike for over 35 years. Boisterous, fun loving, and boy did he like to eat. Years ago, we were working out of an office on Golden Ring Road. Every morning at 9:00am, he was off to the Tastee Cake Distribution Center that was located next door to our office. And lunch was an event not to be missed every day. At one time he had a list of over 35 places we ate lunch. I’m going to guess that there were at least 35 more places than that.

Fondly remember working together years ago, late into the evenings to complete whatever deadline that was upon us. Most of that time, it was Tony, Mike, and I. It hardly seemed like work with some of the shenanigans and practical jokes we played on each other.

Godspeed Mike. You’ll be missed

Richard China

February 24, 2021

To The Ferracci Family,
Mike and I go back many years in the electrical industry. He was a true professional and just a really good guy. After several years of not seeing each other, he called me several weeks back, told me of his health issues and we had a really nice "catch-up" chat. I'm thankful he took time out of his day during a very difficult period in his life to reach out to me. My condolences and best wishes. Respectfully,
Rick China

Richard James

February 23, 2021

Michael loved golf but he enjoyed laughing at me trying to play more he was a friend and a role model I really enjoyed working as a superintendent under him on the north tower project at cone health sorry for your loss he will never be forgotten

Mary Ferracci

February 23, 2021

Michael, 46 years of you and me. I loved you through good times and bad. You will be forever in my heart. Missing you so much, you loud mouth Italian. ❤️

Carl Joslin

February 23, 2021

Mike was my dear friend, golf buddy, work partner, and stubborn Italian that I will remember forever. His friendship and love of life poured from his soul. He was always there for me and I will cherish his memory until the day when I see him again. Love you buddy.
CJ

Biography

On February 21, 2021 Michael Nicholas Ferracci passed away at home; beloved husband of Mary Ferracci (nee Moore); devoted father of Gina Hyatt and her husband Billy; loving grandfather of Daniela and Camila Hyatt; dear brother of Mari Long, Michele Phillips, the late Louis Ferracci. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Jeanette Ferracci.

Michael was an avid golfer, and was recently employed with Adams Electric Company based in Charlotte, NC as a Senior Project Manager with nearly 50 years experience. Michaels dedication to the electrical contracting industry is evident in his deeply rooted commitment to several industry related organizations. In addition to having served on the Board of Directors for the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Maryland and Delaware Chapters, he also served on the Board of Directors for the American Subcontracting Association (ASA).

Relatives and friends are invited to gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air on Friday from 2-4 and 6-8 pm, where a funeral service will be held at 4 pm. Interment Private. Flowers will be accepted or donations may be made in Michael’s name to the American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org