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Mick and Dorth,

Thank you for leaving a message. If I ever feel like I need inspiration and a motivation to live, you are only a few keystones away.

See you soon and I will be frequenting this page.

Love you,

ML


Posted by: A friend   Jan 20, 2019

This is the best obituary I ever read. I sent it to many people. May Mick's family know that his zest for life, love of his family, and sense of humor gave the readers of his obit a smile and an idea about composing our own obits, not the usual dreary kind, but one that will make family, friends and strangers -- all those left behind smile.


Posted by: Patricia P Jennings - Carnegie, PA   Jan 18, 2019

I don't know Mick - never met him, just happened to read his obituary in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. But I want to thank him for reminding us all 'What Life is All About'. And how amazing that even after he has started his long vacation from this temporary place, he is still touching lives and making strangers smile. My sympathies to his family and friends.


Posted by: MJ - Pittsburgh, PA   Jan 15, 2019

Prayers to the family I didn't know your family but Mick's obituary was very touching and moving I know him and Dorth are dancing in heaven. May God bless you all.


Posted by: Julie Michalak - Pgh, PA   Jan 14, 2019

Hey Mick! Thank you for the wonderful obit...I'm inspired to do a similar one. Life's too short not to be happy even when we're "packing for vacation". Enjoy paradise! Hope to meet you and Dorth someday.
God bless you and your lucky family.


Posted by: dj m - Gibsonia, PA   Jan 14, 2019

I did not know Mick, but feel like I do now. That was hands down the most powerful obituary! We should all strive for more quality family time like he mentions. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. He is obviously where he wants to be.


Posted by: Jane Trimble - Seven Fields, PA   Jan 14, 2019

I don't know your father but from his obituary I can tell he was an extraordinary man who loved his wife and family. His obituary was witty and unique, filled with humor for all those mourning him. Actually brought a smile to my face reading about a man who obviously lived life to the fullest. I would have loved to known him. You have my deepest sympathy.


Posted by: Nancy Zewe - Pittsburgh, PA   Jan 14, 2019

I never new your father either. but his obituary was beautiful. You are all so lucky to have been in his life. I hope you all will share his love the rest of your lives.


Posted by: A friend   Jan 14, 2019

Oh! Wow, that is surely true love. I am so sorry. LC


Posted by: L C - Pittsburgh, PA   Jan 14, 2019

Amy and Michael:

We are so sorry to hear that you lost your Dad so soon after your Mom. Your parents always had a welcoming home and made us all feel like family. They lived life to the fullest and with so much happiness! There is a special place in heaven for the parents of the kids from Clearfied Street and Place.

Christine Wallace Saitta


Posted by: Christibe Saitta - Bethel Park, PA   Jan 13, 2019