Michael A. Scoglio

October 28, 1939 - November 29, 2011 

Michael A. Scoglio

October 28, 1939 - November 29, 2011 

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Libby (Ramsdell) Dunbar posted a Condolence | December 05, 2011

My sincere condolences to the Scoglio Family. Mike was a family man through and through. He and Margaret always welcomed me into their home as I grew up as a friend of the family. He always had a joke to share, time to chat and a story to tell. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
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Gordon, Kristen and Claire Scott posted a Condolence | December 03, 2011

We were shocked and saddened by the death of Uncle Mike. I clearly remember arriving in the US For the first time (1991) to be greeted at Logan airport by Mike and Margaret. Mike was fun, relaxed and capably navigated the Boston traffic. Over the years we met in Scotland, Boston and Seattle and it was always a joy to be in his company. I witnessed first-hand what a great husband and father he was. I'll miss his funny emails. Smooth sailing, Mike.
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Karen & Doug Pettingell posted a Condolence | December 02, 2011

I am so sad about the loss of Uncle Mike. I will always remember his sense of humor and jokes. My mother forwarded such funny emails that came from him. He was like a brother to my father and an uncle to me and my siblings. He was a wonderful man and we will miss him.
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Douglas Christie-Scott posted a Condolence | December 02, 2011

We are all so devastated at the sudden loss of Uncle Mike, a truly happy, caring and relaxing man. Max and I will continue to wear our Red Sox, cap and shirt. Mike's kindness and cheer had global proportions. We will miss him... Douglas, Bronwyn and Max
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Carol & Gerry Marsella posted a Condolence | December 01, 2011

How can we forget all the Christmas Eves, anniversary parties, birthday parties, and other family get togethers? It was always fun with Mike and his sense of humor. I'll miss all the email jokes we exchanged and all the times when he and Gerry sat and talked about their family. Gerry felt Mike was more like a brother than a cousin. We will miss him terribly. We love you Mike.
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