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Jones, Rich & Barnes Funeral Home

199 Woodford Street, Portland, ME

OBITUARY

Patrick Michael Boissonneau

March 16, 1965August 7, 2019
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Patrick Michael Boissonneau

1965 – 2019

PORTLAND - Our beloved brother Patrick “Michael” Boissonneau, 54, of Windham Maine passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday August 7th. “Michael”, which was what he preferred to be called, was the son of the late Ovila and Zelica Boissonneau. Michael, the second youngest of 7 children, was born on March 16th, 1965. Michael attended Portland schools and always lived in the Portland area. After high school Michael worked in the manufacturing and moving industry for most of his life.

Michael, who always had a funny story to tell, had many friends along with very special bonds with his many cousins. Due to his great memory, Michael was always looked upon as the family historian and could always be counted on to help fill in the blanks.

An avid sports fan, Michael loved all of the New England sports teams. Along with his brothers and nephews, Michael would always be either talking or watching sports. Michael himself was a great baseball player and along with his younger brother Edward, played together on local teams.

Michael and his siblings shared a special bond and were very close. Michael had lived with his sister Valerie for the last several years. “Uncle Mike” could always be counted on by his many nieces and nephews, and his passing has left a huge void in their lives.

Michael is survived by his son and pride and joy, Kollin Mathew. He will be greatly missed by his three sisters, Patricia A McKenzie, Yvonne (Valerie) Lambert and Joanne DerHagopian, along with his brother Edward B Boissonneau.

Michael was predeceased by his parents as well as two older brothers, one of which passed just two months ago.

His family wishes to thank the employees of W.B. Mason for their tireless efforts along with the first responders and staff of the Maine Medical Center ER department.

Friends and family are invited to share their memories and offer their condolences by visiting Michael’s online guestbook at www.jonesrichandbarnes.com

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Michael’s memory to, The American Heart Association, PO Box 3049, Syracuse, New York, 13220-3049.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a time of visitation on Thursday, August, 15, 2019 from 10am to 12pm at Jones, Rich & Barnes Funeral Home. An interment will immediately follow at Calvary Cemetery in South Portland. Arrangements are under the care and direction Jones, Rich & Barnes Funeral Home, 199 Woodford St., Portland, Maine, 04103. 775-3763.

  • FAMILY

  • Ovila Boissonneau, Father (deceased)
  • Zelica Boissonneau, Mother (deceased)
  • Kollin Mathew Boissonneau, Son
  • Patricia A> McKenzie, Sister
  • Yvonne (Valerie) Lambert, Sister
  • Joanne DerHagopian, Sister
  • Edward B. Boissonneau, Brother
  • DONATIONS

  • American Heart Association

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 15, 2019
  • Interment Thursday, August 15, 2019

Memories

Patrick Michael Boissonneau

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Linda York

August 16, 2019

Mike, I lost for words I felt like someone kick me in the gut when I got the news. You were there with a big hug after I lost my son with the biggest hug. Again after I lost my husband. I remember see you coming across the street while I sitting there crying. You just sat there and let me talk. Showing me how much you care. I going to miss seeing you and just talking to me. You famous words to me where my hug. Mike you always hold a special place in my heart thanks for all the memories on Merrill street rest easy my friend.

Rachel White

August 13, 2019

R.I.P Mike 😢 this world has lost someone truly wonderful, there really should be more people with your kindness, generosity and overall personality. I’m really going to miss your amazing smile that could light up a room, I’m going to miss they way you could always turn my bad days into good without even trying , just by being yourself. Always joking always causing gut wrenching tears of laughter. I’m gonna miss talking with you on and on about the New England Patriots and how you used to mess with Lee. Always loving the same team but yet not always seeing eye to eye and laughing and joking it out. You truly are loved and missed by many and I hope you rest easy. Love and prayers to you and the family 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Michelle Sibler

August 13, 2019

“Uncle Mike” will always be the funniest person I know! From childhood to adulthood he never stopped laughing or telling jokes. He should have been a comedian for sure! Thanks for all the memories of making me laugh & smile just wish we got that chance to hang out and have fun like you told Aunt Val you wanted to! Keep smiling & make all them “up there” laugh too!

Tammy Pendexter

August 12, 2019

I remember he told the most greatest stories,most were of him and brother Edward playing ball,any kind of ball no matter what the weather. I’ve played many games of pool with him down in the basement of his moms,he played so well,especially after drinking a few but those were the best of times down there,I really got to know who mike was a lot,he was a great friend and I’ll miss him so much,I considered him a brother because I’ve been with his bro. for 28 years. Your big smile,your loving heart is gonna be sadly missed forever,I love you brother.

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