Michael Barresi Obituary Massachusetts, Michael Barresi has passed away

Michael Barresi Obituary, Death – Barresi, Michael James, previously of Natick and now residing in North Grafton, Massachusetts, passed away. Dylan Barresi, who resides in North Grafton, has a devoted father. cherished son of Robert Barresi, Sr. and Jeannette Barresi (Leone), who resided in Natick. Beloved brother of Christine Cashman and her fiance William Kirk of Charlton, Robert Barresi Jr. and his wife Diana of Oxford, and Peter Barresi and Kelley England of Ashland. Robert Sr. was the son of Robert Barresi. Jessica, Anthony, Nikki, Alex, and Dany are so lucky to have such a loving uncle. Also left behind are a large number of devoted aunts, uncles, cousins, and other members of the extended family.

In addition, Michael served with honor in the Army National Guard for eight years. Mike had several interests and hobbies, some of which included playing with his son Dylan, riding his bike, working out, and participating in sports. In addition to that, he enjoyed watching the Red Sox and the Patriots play. He was a loyal supporter of all New England sporting teams. He had a lot of talent when it came to dancing, and he and his brothers would always dance together no matter the occasion. Anything that took place outside was one of his favorite things, but his favorite place was the Cape. After receiving the news that he had a brain tumor, Mike made the decision to make the most of every moment of his life. He made it his mission to savor every moment with his son Dylan and make the most of the time they had together.

They both enjoyed spending time with one another engaging in a variety of activities and particularly enjoyed taking vacations at Cape Cod. Rock Harbor Beach in Orleans was a spot that held a special place in Mike’s heart; it was a place where the two of them could make memories that would last a lifetime. Mike and Dylan were huge fans of the Orleans’ Firebirds, who played in the Cape Cod league baseball games that they loved to watch. The memories that Mike shared with his family, especially with his son Dylan, will ensure that his legacy will live on. This is something that will remain dear to us for the rest of our lives.