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Alleva Funeral Home, Inc.

1724 East Lancaster Ave, Paoli, PA

OBITUARY

Michael J. Famigletti

November 29, 1955September 6, 2019
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Michael J. Famigletti, 63, of West Chester, PA, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Friday September 6, 2019. Born Michael J. Famigletti (Junior) on November 29, 1955 to Michael J. Famigletti, Sr. and the late Anna Mae Famigletti (nee Daloia). He is survived and dearly missed by loving wife of 23 years, Patricia; daughter Nicole Famigletti, stepson Robert (Bobby) Kingsland, stepdaughter Pamela (Pam) Kingsland, sister Michele Luczeczko, sister Maureen Carbonara, and brother Mark Famigletti; nephews Timothy (Tim) and Joseph Luczeczko, Michael Carbonara; and nieces Meghan and Miranda Famigletti. Most recently Michael was an Executive Vice President – District Manager of Chester County at Franklin Mint Credit Union. Michael was a former Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of their Ambassador Committee and had previously been mentor with their education foundation. He recently was on the Board for Safe Harbor of West Chester as their Treasurer. Michael had a passion for his many loves – foremost family and friends, music and guitar playing, sports, his own “Famigletti Red” wine and beaches. The heartbreak of a 1964 pennant race collapse inspired a life-long love of the Phillies. A true Philadelphia sports fanatic, Mike also immersed himself in the Eagles, Flyers, and 76ers. True to Famigletti form, he considered good food to be high priority on his daily agenda. As a well-respected professional, Mike was admired by all those he came in contact with due to his hard work ethic, friendly welcoming, and never-to-be-forgotten infectious laughter. Mike was truly one of a kind and will leave a substantial void in the hearts of many. The always cherished experiences and belly-laughing good times we shared with him will ensure Mike will continue to remain in our daily thoughts. He will be with us always. A viewing will be held at Alleva Funeral Home, 1724 E. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, PA 19301 on Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 6 –9 pm. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 11, at St. Maximilian Kolbe 15 E. Pleasant Grove Rd., West Chester, PA 19382; viewing 8:30 – 10 am a.m. followed by a 10 a.m. Funeral Mass. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to; Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, 3634 W. Market Street, Suite 110, Akron, OH. 44333. help@cjdfoundation.org

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Viewing Tuesday, September 10, 2019
  • Viewing Wednesday, September 11, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Wednesday, September 11, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Interment/Private

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Dan Danese

September 10, 2019

Mike was one of the most genuine, sincere people one can ever meet. He looked into your soul when you spoke and found humor in most anything. He was passionate about his interests and, most notably, lived to make my sister happy for which I will be forever grateful. His death has certainly created a void but Mike, bet you a buck you are at peace now.
Love you brother!

Liz Calderaro

September 9, 2019

It's so hard to express what an amazing friend Mike was. It was instant friendship when, by chance, Patti and Mike attended a party of a mutual friend. The boys hit it off immediately, the jokes, the reciting movie lines and good fun! Patti and I reunited from junior high. We had many dinner and jam dates, which were always a blast. Mike was an amazing man, loved Patti more than words. Always talked about when he first met Patti and when she finally went on a date, such love between them.
We will miss you Mike. We will be sure to have dinner dates with Patti and keep her close. We never got to do our road trip to the Florida keys and maybe we will in your honor.
Our deepest sympathy to the family.
Liz and Ray


Robert (Fletch) Fletcher

September 9, 2019

Mike and I shared the love of family, food, wine and friends. He was an incredibly warm and thoughtful person who could always be counted on. He will forever be immeasurably missed! I was proud to call him friend!

DIANE HARCUM

September 9, 2019

Mike you will be truly missed, you and I worked together hand in hand for over 15 years at Citizens Bank. You were truly a great friend to me.

Allison O’ Donoghue

September 9, 2019

Dear Patti and loved ones...I am so saddened to hear the news of Mike. I’ll always remember his warm smile and huge heart! When Mike worked at Citizens Bank he/they gave SNAP our first donation and we were able to use the donation to keep SNAP going and we were so grateful 💙
Please know that John and I send our sincerest condolences and are so sorry for your loss.
Sincerely,
Allison O’Donoghue

Dawn Stuempfle

September 8, 2019

My sympathy to Patti and the entire family. I had met Mike a few times at family outings to see bands or various family functions. Always had a big smile on his face. My thoughts are with all of you during this difficult time.

Michael Danese

September 8, 2019

There are too many great memories to list, I will just say that I loved this man, my brother, very much. I miss him deeply already. If he was here right now I would let him know that The Phillies still stink!

John Danese

September 8, 2019

Mike always called me “Big” and my son Johnny “ ‘Lil”. He along with his brother Mark, close family and friends had his own “secret language” that cracked everyone up.

Always there to raise a toast, share a smile, shed a tear or make some beautiful music as well as talk Philly sports he was one of the kindest people you would ever want to meet.

He was the perfect husband to my dear sister Patti and a great father as well. I will always miss him and there is now a large void in the lives of so many people who knew him.

He was truly “one in a million” -he just won the wrong lottery. Only the good die young and there was no better than my brother and friend, Michael J Famigletti .

Love you man. ❤️

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