OBITUARY

Angelo Chemello

June 25, 1991December 30, 2018
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Angelo Chemello, 27, of Tucson, Arizona, passed away December 30, 2018. Born to Judy Ann (Stephan) and Morgan Chemello on June 25, 1991 in Detroit, Michigan, he would live in his short time to be remembered as a smart, charming, stubborn, free-spirited individual, while most importantly, fun to be around, and truly the life of parties and family gatherings. He was incredibly passionate, as well as talented when it came to cooking, with a work ethic that created a notable restaurant career, assisting in the opening and launching of several restaurants in the Michigan area, and continuing that work in Tucson. He is missed and survived by his father, Morgan; and siblings: sister Lalita Marie, and brother Antonio. His mother, Judy, preceded him in death. A visitation and service was held on Saturday, January 5 from 12-6 p.m. at the East Lawn Palms Mortuary & Cemetery, 5801 E. Grant Road, Tuscon, AZ 85712. A memorial will be held Sunday, January 13 from 1-4 p.m. at Cantoro Trattoria, 15550 N Haggerty Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids (https://drugfree.org/), 352 Park Avenue South 9th Floor New York, NY 10010

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 5, 2019
  • Memorial Service Sunday, January 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

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Taylor Law

January 5, 2019

I met Angelo while working at Milford House and he had me at first sarcastic remark and smirk. His Italian suave didn’t hurt either. There were so many things to love about Angelo. His charm-he could talk to anyone, anyone and the conversation flowed like they were best friends. He was so caring. His pride-he loved where he came from and was so happy to share a bit of it. From the Chemello cookies, the spaghetti sauce, the cars, the Cadillac tattoo...He would light up about these things. His smile-it was a damn good smile. He was a hard one to crack but he was worth it. Sending lots of love to Angelo’s family and friends, I am lucky to have known him.

Timmy Michalik

January 4, 2019

Angelo, my man. You taught me everything I know about cooking, and how to work my ass off. We spent countless hours in the back of the house laughing our asses off and causing trouble. You were always there for me and I’m sorry I couldn’t have been there for you in your final days. Your legacy will live on, brother.

Melissa Hertlein

January 4, 2019

My sympathies and condolences to Angelo's family and friends. He was one of the kindest souls I have ever met. We worked at Ciao Amicis together and grew up together in Hartland. I will never forget when you bought me flowers and went out on break and hid them on the hood of my car just because I came into work having a horrible day. You didn't say it was you until I messaged you later that day and you said you were on a mission to make me smile. You truly made my day, it was one of the kindest gestures in my life. For nothing other than to make me feel better. You had made my day so many other times with your relentless joking and goofing around at work. You even told me happy birthday only 2 weeks ago when few did. I wish I would have asked you what was new and how you were. The world lost a good man and you will be missed.

laurie acir

January 3, 2019

Our deepest condolences to your family. There was so much love for this smart, witty, sarcastic little boy who had the biggest heart. This picture was Christmas day 2015. It's going to be a cherished memory forever!

Stephanie Molina

January 3, 2019

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