Michael Francis Pronicki, 59, passed away Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at his home in Calabash.
Michael was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Rita Pronicki, and two brothers, Robert and Richard LaFlamme.
Michael is survived by his partner Sandra Fleury of the home, two daughters, Gabriella Hartwell of Sebastopal, CA., and Deanna Albert of Chicopee, MA., one sister Patricia Deslandes of Baltic, CT., and one brother Wayne Pronicki of Tauton, MA.
The family would like to thank Liberty Hospice for the wonderful care given to Michael during this time.
Family and friends have planned a Celebration of Life Social to honor the life of Michael Pronicki. The Social will be held on Sunday, April 9th beginning at 12 noon.
79 Wilson Street
Jewett City, CT 06351
Arrangements are in the care of Coastal Cremations, Carolina Shores, NC.
I so enjoyed working with Mike. He was such a lovely person and had he best sense of humor and personality. I was so saddened to hear of Mike’s passing. He will forever be a bright spot in my UConn memories! Cheryl Henderson
Dear Sandy, So sorry for your loss. Sincere condolences to you and to Michael’s family and friends. Love, Sheila
Sandy and family and friends. My sincere condolences to all family and friends. He was a bubbly full of fun and happiness. May all remember the great times with him and treasure the great moments you had together rest in peace michael may you be the angel watching over us
Sandy my condolences to you, Michaels Family & friends at this difficult time! Keep your strength Sandy! May He rest in Heavenly Peace:heavy_heart_exclamation_mark_ornament:ï¸ Love & Hugs Michael & Linda Ann
Dear Sandra…sending heartfelt condolences to you from my Mom and me. May memories of your time with Michael bring you comfort. You filled your days together with love and laughter. A wonderful romance…
I am so saddened to hear of the passing of Mike, whom we here at Pathobiology fondly referred to as “Mikey”. Never a bad word and always a smile, that was Mike. I am grateful that I was here when he made his last trip to Connecticut last summer and we were able to have a conversation and share a hug. To Sandy, over the years of working with Mike here at UConn he would come in and sit and we would chat. Sometimes about nothing but most of the time about life. I have to tell you that I have never seen him as happy as he was the day he met you. You brought such joy to this man (as I’m sure he did to you). As difficult of a time that this is for you, find peace in knowing that when he met you, his life was then complete. I for one will live my life being a little kinder and having the attitude that there is good in all of us, sometimes you just have to look a little harder. I will do that because that’s what Mike would do. Prayers to you all!!
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