After a multi-year medical battle, Michael Zeldin, affectionately called "Uncle Mike" by many, departed our world peacefully on Tuesday, March 9, with his brother Harvey and nieces Carissa & Rachel [virtually] by his bedside.
We will all miss the quirky Mike who loved to tinker in the hobby shop, live dangerously on dirt bikes and motorcycles, BBQ brontosaurus burgers in the back yard of his home, whip up Rootbeer floats on any given evening, and always kept a variety of sweets around for his drop-in guest's pleasure. Michael had an affinity for cars of all classes and styles. He also had a strong love for music - be it playing the piano or firing up the vintage jukebox filled with Motown classics.
Mike was truly one of a kind. He made an impression on anyone who had the opportunity to spend time with him.
Due to pandemic restrictions, we will be having a small graveside service for Michael on Friday, March 12, for family who are able and willing to attend in a masked, social-distanced fashion. RSVP is required as we are limited to the number of people who can safely attend.
For those unable to join in person, we hope to have a Zoom link available to virtually attend. More details can be found in the Events sections.
Please share your memories of him through the online condolences/memories here at Funerals360.