In Memory

Michael D'Amico

Michael D'Amico

Michael Philip D'Amico, 73, St. Petersburg, beloved father and grandfather, passed away July 12, 2020 from COVID-19.  He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Nancy; children, Jim, Tom, Sue, Mike (Dawn) and Kevin (Nicole); his brother, Max (Claudia); and six grandchildren, Levi, Sara, Jackson, Emily, Gia, and Izzy.  The family will not be holding a public memorial.

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07/13/20 11:45 PM #3    

Marcia Smith (Conrad)

I am so sorry to hear about Mike passing away. May he rest in peace.


07/14/20 08:01 AM #4    

Maryann Dodge (Rodriguez)

Mike was in my homeroom and had several classes with him. He was one of the nice guys. Sorry to hear of his passing , especially since it was due to the covid 19. Rest in peace. Mary Ann Dodge Rodriguez

07/14/20 06:29 PM #5    

Sharon Black (Born)

So sorry to hear about Mike. Rest In peace.

07/14/20 07:44 PM #6    

Frank W. Walters

I grew up with Mike and his family, who lived cater-corner to our house on 22nd St. N., smack in the middle of the Lealman neighborhood. He and his brothers (Richard and John) and one of his cousins, Chuck, and my brother, Roger and I, along with several other boys in the 'hood, used to play sand lot football and baseball on the 1/4 acre lot next to my house.

Came home many an afternoon or Saturday dirty and exhausted, with bruises and cuts, loaded with stick-tights and sandspurs. Happy as can be though, with the memories of the roughshod games and my good friend Mike.

Mike always had a smile on his face, even when suffering the cramps of an arm or knee "frog" I would deliver at times with great glee. He would always get me back when I least expected it, leaving me to limp home, sore but laughing and plotting my next attack.

Mike was always the steady hand of our gang. Knew right from wrong, weak from strong, and, like me, always sided with the little guys that hung around us. I was sure, even then, that he would grow up to be a good man.

I lost track of him when I went off to fight the war in Vietnam. The last time I saw Mike was in a Blockbusters in the 49th St. shopping center. The moment I looked at him and he looked back, my childhood flashed before my eyes, and I was flinching, waiting for the next punch.

You will be missed, my friend. When next we meet, it will be your turn to deliver the knuckle.

07/14/20 08:50 PM #7    

Linda Patrick (Harness)

Sad to hear of Mike's passing. He was a great guy and have fond memories of our friendship and my Junior Prom date.

07/15/20 02:29 PM #8    

Earl W. {Bill} Powers

I'm very sorry to hear of Mike's passing, especially given the cause. He was one of the good ones. My sympathy to his family and friends. 

07/15/20 03:48 PM #9    

Kathy Huber (Hughes)

So sorry to hear of Mike's passing.  God bless his family.

07/15/20 05:18 PM #10    

Ronald Fannin

I was really sad when I heard about Mike's death. He was always there when a smile or a kind word was needed. I had a number of classes with Mike and felt that he was a good friend not only to me but to everyone he met. Prayers go out to his family and friends.

07/15/20 08:18 PM #11    

Sharron Hemberger (Mineo)

Mike was a good friend of our family. In high school we became close. He introduced me to my husband of 54 years and was an usher in our wedding! I have so many happy memories of him. Now, he is at peace with his Lord. God bless his family and help them through this journey! ❤

07/16/20 11:21 AM #12    

Barbara Metcalf (Bartlett)

Sorry to learn about Mike's passing.  Prayers go out to his family and friends


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