In Memory

Mike Fontaine

Mike Fontaine

Fontaine, Michael
Feb. 15, 1952 - Dec. 29, 2011

Michael Fontaine, 59, of Orlando, formerly of Venice, died Dec. 29, 2011.
A celebration of life service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home on East Altamonte Drive in Altamonte Springs. Farley Funeral Home in Venice is handling the arrangements.
Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Catherine; two daughters, Heather Fontaine-Wagner of Orlando and Jessica Fontaine of Jacksonville; his parents, Donald and Alma Fontaine of Venice; and two sisters, Jan Leither and Pati Ventresca, both of Venice.
To send condolences, visit www.farleyfuneralhome.com.

 

Sarasota Herald Tribune Jan 2nd, 2012



 
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01/02/12 02:48 PM #1    

Debbie Hancox (McMurry)

God bless you Mike....In our hearts forever.


01/03/12 09:02 AM #2    

Cathy Hill (Beausoleil)

Dearest Mike-- You were my 1st Love and my 1st husband.  I have always loved you.  I am so grateful we kept in touch all these many years!  You have a beautiful family & had a great life...but wonderful memories of a sweet, caring man will always be with us!  You'll be so very missed.  My heart goes out to your family!

Cathy Hill Beausoleil


01/08/12 11:25 PM #3    

Barbara E. Thompson

I will always remember Mike for his kindness, gentleness and good nature.  He had a keen intelligence, good wit and an even-handedness in his relationships with others even amidst the tumult of adolescence.  Mike's open-heartedness, generosity, good humor and humility will be sorely missed. 

 .....with appreciation for a life well lived and for all that Mike brought to the lives of others, Barbara E. 


01/09/12 01:25 AM #4    

Joseph Kinley

Wow, old buddy, I can;t believe you are gone! I'm glad I stopped in just before Christmas to spend time with you and your family but I was expecting to come visit you again soon. I guess this shows how fragile life can be and we shouldn't take some things for granted. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I hope the stories we shared that day gave them some insight to your character and our life in high school. I can just imagine you are up in heaven cutting up in the back of Mr Fanning's and Mr Murphy's class just like old times. I am a better person for having been your friend and you will be in my heart forever...


06/07/12 05:53 PM #5    

Randy Francisco

Wow another one of our class mates is gone but not forgotten,I remember my mother coming home and telling me that one of my friends got a job with her at Smitty's steakhouse.guess what it was Mike he was a busboy for her.He was always a real cool guy didn't talk alot but was fun to hang out with.One day we all will get back together and have big time with our our friends,,yes


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