Michael GroleauResided in St. Jacques, MIDied November 1, 2011 St. Jacques, MI Michael R. Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
Our thoughts and prayers are with Mike and the entire family. God Bless!
Michael and Roxann Hebert
Rapid River MI
Our deepest sympathy to you, Mary and your family. We shared a lot of good memorable times with you and Mike in Mayville and in Michigan at the trailer. He was a great guy and will be missed.
Dave and Nettie Bath
I don’t know if you remember me or not. We worked together years ago at Clearview. I’m sorry to hear of Mike’s illness and death. Peace, blessings and love to you and your family.
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Mike was a wonderful co-worker at Maysteel. I especially remember the time we rode in the back of the Maysteel van to a Brewer’s game. Mike and Fred liberated the hay bales for our seats. We will keep Mike and your family in our prayers.
Bob & Vicki Kuenzi
West Bend WI
My deepest sympathy to you, Mary, and your family. May all the happy memories support you in this time of great sadness.
There are many great memories I have spending time with Mike and Mary in the Groleau home in Mayville. Mike will be missed very much. May God surround the family with comfort during their time of grief. God bless you!
You were a great friend. I will miss you very much. The angels are with you now.
Our deepest sympathy to you Mary and your family, Our daughter worked a couple of summers for Mike and always talked about what a great person he was. She too expressed her sympathy to all of you. How quickly our time here passes, and we are able to join our loved ones again.
Phyllis and Willie Heideman
Mary and family,
I was sorry to hear about Michael’s passing. He was a wonderful man who had an amazing sense of humor and zest for life. It is a blessing to have known him.
I had the great pleasure of working with Mike at Maysteel for many years. He had a great sense of humor and was lots of fun at the infamous Maysteel Christmas parties. Even if you didn’t think you could dance, Mike made sure you got out there and he made you feel like you could dance. Brings a smile (probably more like a grin) to my face every time I think about it. He will be missed. I am glad to have known him. My deepest sympathy to Mary and family.
Mary (Walther) Woik
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. ~From a headstone in Ireland
Your family was blessed with the love of a wonderful man. I am sure this has been a long journey for everyone and now that he is at rest and peace once more you can reflect on the beautiful family you have and all of the memories you will have in your hearts forever. Mary, my heart goes out to you…”Uncle” Matt and all the Grouleau’s: you are in our prayers.
Ramona, Alaena and Isabella Mata
San Antonio TX
Dear family, we want to sincerely send you our deepest sympathy in the loss of Mike. We know you will miss him a great deal. We enjoyed any time we spent with him.
Vicki and Jerry Belleville
I’ll forever be grateful for the friendship of the Groleau family while I served at St. Mary’s in Mayville and St. Andrew’s in LeRoy. Mary, you and your family are in our prayers. We miss you and think of you often. I don’t have your number, but please feel free to contact us by e-mail or phone after the funeral: 920-643-7576. God bless you all!!
Mary we send you our sympathy and love. Mike was a wonderful person and a good friend. After working with Mike for many years I will always have many fond memories.
Gerard and Candy Feucht
I will always remember Mr. Groleau. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Thinking of you.
Deb Walters (Monti)
Fond du Lac WI