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Michael Anthony Altobelli

July 10, 1951November 6, 2020
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Michael Anthony Altobelli, age 69, of Roseville, MI passed away on Friday, November 6, 2020. Michael was born July 10, 1951 in Detroit to the late Frank & Emily (Cracciolo) Altobelli. 44 yrs. ago he married Angeline Norlene Altobelli, on March 15, 1977 in Highland Park.

Michael is survived by his wife, Angeline; sons; Michael Jr (Kimberly Peach), Matthew & Mark Altobelli and sisters; Sharon & Antoinette.

A Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 2:00-8:00 PM at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066. Cremation to follow services.

Michael worked for Chrysler for 34 years, He was a sports fan and especially enjoyed video game and Hockey with his sons.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kaul-fh.net for the Altobelli family.

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  • Angeline N. Altobelli, Wife
  • Michael Jr (Kimberly Peach), Matthew & Mark Altobelli, Sons
  • Sharon & Antoinette, Sisters
  • Frank & Emily (Cracciolo) Altobelli, Parents (deceased)

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Mark Altobelli

November 10, 2020

Dad I remember how much you loved sports going to hockey games and just even watching games on TV or just playing our PlayStation games you always won and had the better teams but it was all fun it will not be the same playing or watching sports on TV but I know if our teams start winning or become respectable again its you who are helping them like an Angel in the outfield we always had something to talk about when it came to sports I will never forget that love your family Mom Michael Matt Mark Buddy and Shiloh.

Mike jr. Altobelli

November 9, 2020

Dad, one of my fondest memories of you, is when i was a little boy, you had bought me a toy Knight Rider car (k.i.t.t.). You searched all over for it, from the time you left work, till late at night. Mom said wait till i was older before you gave it to me, but you said no and gave it to me anyway. Of course i destroyed it, but it's a memory i'll forever hold dear, now that you're gone, my eyes are filled with tears. Thank you, and i love you Dad.

Mike jr. Altobelli

November 9, 2020

Dad, Kimmie & I will miss you very much. Your time with Kimmie was short, but we both know you'll be shining down on us from heaven, as we someday marry, and have your first grandchild. We love you very much, bless you in heaven, untill we see you again.

Mike jr. Altobelli

November 8, 2020

I love you Dad, my life without you will be so sad. You were always so strong & tough going on day by day will be rough. When you were alive i should have done more, and now you leave my heart sore. I remember when you took me to the zoo, and now you're not here, we still had more to do. Now you're gone, how did this all go wrong? I know you're in heaven, us being together someday is a given. I promise to honor your name, as i grieve in such pain, i feel so bad, but i hope you know, how much i love you Dad.

Mark Altobelli

November 8, 2020

Dad I love you and miss you so much you were always a loving and caring father we will never forget you your memory will last forever in our minds and hearts as long as your family is here you are never truly gone cause we will keep your spirit alive in our minds and hearts you never have to worry about us we will live each day as you taught us we are deeply saddened but we know your with God and shiloh and they will take care of you we love you so much love your family Mom Michael Matt Mark and Buddy.

Mark Altobelli

November 7, 2020

Dad I remember how much you loved shiloh our first beagle and Buddy our second you always made sure they were happy and healthy but your with shiloh now I hope you to our having fun playing with him and Buddy misses you just like your family misses you but we will be all together one sweet day until then watch over us and we will keep your loving memory alive I love you we all love you love your son Mark and son pup Buddy.

Angie Altobelli

November 7, 2020

My Dearest Husband I Loved You Very Much , There isn't Ever Going To Be A Day That I Don't Think About You , and To Remember all The Memories We Shared Together , You Were The Love of my Life , Your always Going To be In My Heart , I'll miss You Deeply . May You Rest in Peace till we Meet Again Love Always Your Wife Angeline Altobelli. Love You

Shawn Altobelli

November 6, 2020

I pray for you Mike in the afterlife. No one can judge you here on Earth. It's all in God's hands now. I wish we had more time, I wish things were different in the past for Mom...maybe one day me and my half brothers will share some old stories about your youth. I pray for your family at this difficult time. I pray with all sincerity that you reach your special resting place. May God Bless you.

Mark Altobelli

November 6, 2020

Dad your family loves you and misses Mom Michael Matt Mark and Buddy you will never be forgotten and you will always be in our hearts may you Rest in peace with Jesus and the Angel's love you your son Mark

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Biography

Michael Anthony Altobelli, age 69, of Roseville, MI passed away on Friday, November 6, 2020. Michael was born July 10, 1951 in Detroit to the late Frank & Emily (Cracciolo) Altobelli. 44 yrs. ago he married Angeline Norlene Altobelli, on March 15, 1977 in Highland Park.

Michael is survived by his wife, Angeline; sons; Michael Jr (Kimberly Peach), Matthew & Mark Altobelli and sisters; Sharon & Antoinette.

A Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 2:00-8:00 PM at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066. Cremation to follow services.

Michael worked for Chrysler for 34 years, He was a sports fan and especially enjoyed video game and Hockey with his sons.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kaul-fh.net for the Altobelli family.

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