Michael Charles Frush

February 12, 1984December 31, 2020

Michael Charles Frush, 36, of Lehigh Acres passed away unexpectedly on December 31, 2020. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on February 12, 1984 to Charles and Rose (nee: Cherry) Frush. He proudly served in the US Army in Combat Iraqi Freedom. He enjoyed his 15 years working at Comcast where he was a supervisor. He also enjoyed power boating with his many friends. Michael was preceded in death by his father, Charles. He is survived by his parents, Rose and Edward Unitas; his daughter, Ella; his sister, Kelley (David) Sturman; dear friends, Tim and Cindy Hill as well as numerous loving aunts, uncles, cousins and boating friends. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date when larger gatherings are allowed. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Michael’s name would be appreciated to the Gulf Coast Humane Society 2010 Arcadia St Fort Myers, FL 33916 or to the Disabled American Veterans at


  • Celebration of Life Service

    Sunday, January 17, 2021

  • Reception

    Sunday, January 17, 2021


Michael Charles Frush

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Brenda Scarfield

January 12, 2021

My sincere condolences to the Frush, Unitas Family’s, Aunts and Uncles of Michael Frush. I never had the pleasure of meeting Michael, but I grew up in the same neighborhood with his mother, Rose, his Aunts Debbie, Lori, and Uncle Benny. You had a very fun, loving Family. RIP 🌹

Rick and Sharon Miller

January 5, 2021

Michael came into our family when he was a boy and we watched him grow into a nice young man.
Our fondest memory of Michael was when he was in the Army and called us from overseas and we shared a crystal clear conversation.
We saw Michael frequently when he lived in Catonsville and then visited him in Colorado Springs and Fort Myers.
We will miss him and hold on to the memories we shared with him. ♡

Natalie Hollobaugh

January 4, 2021

Mike and Candice at Grand pop Cherry’s. They were best buddies.

Ira Abrams

January 4, 2021

This is hard. Took a couple of days to sink in . Mike was an awesome person and although I haven’t known him for as long as others he was a good friend. He was a great listener and was always there in his office to sit down with. I used to ask him frequently if he even left the office at night. It will be a difficult adjustment not seeing him or be able to call him. Mike helped me in my career and I owe him a large part of getting me through 2020. Mike, you will be missed.

Robert Eastham

January 3, 2021

This news weighs heavy on my heart. I was not prepared to hear that we had lost such an amazing person so soon. Although contact has been scarce over the years he has truly been one of my best friends. From my times serving with him "The Frush" his entire Army career to living with him in his house in Colorado Springs he has truly been a great friend. His care free and positive attitude was very much needed in times of high stress. From the money I lost to him losing Madden games in South Korea to shoveling what seemed an endless supply of rock landscaping for his parents Rose and Ed life and time was always fun and an adventure with Mike. I will miss you my brother.

James Litzenberger

January 3, 2021

In absolute shock upon hearing this news. My condolences to all of Frush’s family. I met Mike through Comcast and had the pleasure of working with him for 5 years. He’s was not only very instrumental in what he taught me through cable but also many things in life that I still use today. He was a good friend, leader and mentor in the time I knew him. The world lost a great person and better soul. Rest easy friend!

Marcus Williams

January 3, 2021

Michael was my best friend and always brought smiles and happiness to those around him. Michael you will be missed but not forgotten, RIP soldier.

Debbie Scarfield

January 3, 2021

Deepest sympathy to all of Michael’s immediate family and friends. May he rest in peace . My heart goes out to everyone, for I lost my 40 year old nephew in August. It’s a very sad experience and pray all gets through this sad time. XOXOXO LOVE TO ALL

Joe Reichert JR

January 3, 2021

Mikey will be missed greatly.....he is a life long friend....haven’t seen him in few years now.... we always had each other’s backs in our younger days. Mike always would take the blame when we got in trouble even sometimes my ideas, he was always upbeat, fresh, had a smile and no matter what we did we had fun.... smoked my first cigarette of my life with mike...... new ports! Spent a lot of summers in ocean city at Rosie and Ed’s condo.......... a world of good memories..... remember how Awesome Ed and Rosie were with us and we always had great times together. Mike will truly be missed by many. Rest easy and save a seat for me buddy I kmow your up there with the best !!!

Erin Senna

January 3, 2021

Mike Frush was dear friend to me and Bill , He was selfless, caring, always smiling with a heart of gold. I am so fortunate to have spent Christmas Eve with you, our days boating, vacations and gathering will never be the same without you with us. You will never be forgotten in our hearts and memories Mike. May you Rest In Peace. Rock the stair way to heaven, be the best angel. We Love You!