Guestbook

The online guestbook for Michael Fendell

Posted on February 09, 2015
Posted by: sheila small
From: newington ct

Message: Rose and Family, Joel and I are sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved Mickey. May all of your special memories bring you solace at this time. Love Sheila and Joel


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: Al "Skip" Garrett
From: Marlborough Conn.

Message: The Brown Thompson Kiddies Review on Saturday mornings. The many private parties we played for. We were both 78 years old. I played bass for Mickey on many,many occasions. I will surely miss my friend. Skippy


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: Lucille Portner
From: Newington Connecticut

Message: Mickey was always a joy to be with - his talent and personality made him a very special person. He will be missed by all his friends and admirers - I considered him to be a close and wonderful friend. My love and support to his beloved Rose and family.


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: Ellen Martineau
From: Vernon, CT

Message: Lilli and Manny, We are sorry to learn of the passing of your Dad and we remember all the good times we had together during your days on Center Street and Lydall Road. With our sincere condolences. The Martineau (Harvey, Ellen, Erin, and Monique)


Posted on February 09, 2015
Posted by: Gail Brener and David Hendel
From: West hartford Ct

Message: Our deepest sympathy and condolences to our dear friend, Rose, and the Fendell family. Mickey made a dent in our heart. We will remember him always. Gail and David


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: Dave Krinjak
From: Manchester Ct

Message: So sorry to read of Mickey's passing. We were friends dating back to the middle 50's. Mick was a classy guy. He will be missed by all that new him. Dave krinjak


Posted on February 11, 2015
Posted by: Buzz Loveland
From: Manchester Ct.

Message: I have lost one of my oldest friends and a fraternity brother in music. Mickey and I shared many years full of music and tennis and humor. I shall truly miss him. God speed Mick. Buzzy


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: Debbie Goldberg
From: Windsor, CT

Message: Dear Mickey's family, The children of Rose and Seymour Rosenberg send our deepest sympathy to all of you. We have many fond memories of Mickey playing great music and being a great friend to our parents. Not y was your father a great entertainer, he was a funny story teller. One interesting note, Mickey will rest in peace just behind our late parent's home on Barnard Drive. Sincerely, Reva, Debbie and David


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: sheila small
From: Newington ct

Message: Rose and Family, Joel and I would like to express our sympathy for the loss of your beloved Mickey. Hopefully good memories will bring you solace at this time. Joel and I are thinking of you. Your friends, Sheila and Joel


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: John S. Mariano
From: Atlanta GA

Message: To Rose and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Mickey will be remembered always for his talent and joy for life. We will miss him. Judy Heit and John S. Mariano


Posted on February 10, 2015
Posted by: Melanie Yalanis
From: West Hartford CT

Message: I'm thinking of Mickey's big smile and friendly greeting on the many, many times he would come to our house before jobs with my late husband,Tom. He was a great talent,and I pray that the joy of his music will help your hearts to heal. My sincerest sympathy to all of you. Melanie Yalanis


Posted on February 12, 2015
Posted by: John E. Kondonelis
From: Burlington Ct

Message: I will never forget your joy, you will be missed....


Posted on February 12, 2015
Posted by: Beth Laites
From: Old Saybrook CT

Message: My deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear Mickey. May all your good memories help you through this difficult time.


Posted on February 12, 2015
Posted by: Shirley and Steve Berman
From: Newington ct

Message: Steve and I send our condolances to Rose, and to her and Mickey's families. We will especially miss the music Mickey brought into our lives. Love from Shirley and Steve


Posted on February 09, 2015
Posted by: ALAN M. WEISS
From: DALLAS TX

Message: Mickey, I wore your hand-me-downs since I was 5. I tagged along with you and my brother, Steve, until you finished AIC. I drove your new Ford convertible back from Florida while you slept. You spent a lot of time visiting me in my apartments in New York. I listened to you playing the piano since you were young and enjoyed visiting your house on Center Street. Our parents were close friends and we were close friends. Rest in peace with our G-d my friend, Mickey. I shall think of you often. Alan


Posted on February 09, 2015
Posted by: Dan and Joan Finey
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: Will miss the many years of our musical companionship. Mickey started singing and all of us piano players were expected to sing. He started playing accordion and all of us were expected to play accordion. Can hear him singing "They All Laughed" and "Primrose Lane". So many people would see Mickey and ask about Danny and would see me and ask about Mickey. In the old days, he would be playing in one room of the Hilton or another hotel and I would be playing a party in the next room with George Jalbert or Angie or Merrill in the next room. Memories-- so many of Mickey


Posted on February 09, 2015
Posted by: Moises, Raquel Becky Levin
From: Newington Ct

Message: we will miss you


Posted on February 11, 2015
Posted by: Barbara & Ben Pesso
From: Boca Raton Fl

Message: To our dear friend and fellow musician. We will surely miss your yearly Florida visits and numerous phone calls through the year. So sorry to all your family and Rose's. May GOD bless you and rest in peace. Fondly, Ben and Barbara


Posted on February 11, 2015
Posted by: Terri James Nicholas
From: Avon Ct.

Message: My deepest sympathy to Mickeys Family. I remember meeting Mick back in the mid 70s. I am a vocalist and I have such wonderful memories working with him and the great old gang. Fiorellos restaurant in West Hartford was a great Italian restaurant and Mickey played there often.I remember so clearly stopping in to see him and our great friend Dick Calitro on drums. His talent was superb and his company always brought laughter and fabulous times. Rest in peace Mickey. I will fondly remember you and always treasure the countless musical memories. Gods Blessings.


Posted on January 17, 2016
Posted by: Werner Hirsch
From: New Haven CT

Message: So sorry to learn of Mickey's passing. We grew up together in Manchester. My deepest condolences to the family.


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