Michael Marowelli 62, died on May 4th, 2023 after a valiant battle against cancer. His determination and strength up until his last breath was admirable.
Mike was a great man that impacted the lives of so many. He had an infectious personality and made connections with everyone he met. You could always count on Mike for a good laugh or a poke. He had a pure, kind heart and always made people feel special.
Mike was a volunteer firefighter/EMT for 35 years at South Oldham Fire Department. He spent his life selflessly giving to his community and is a true hero.
Mike was employed at Anderson Sales and Service. He could fix anything but had a knack for lawnmower parts. Mike used this expertise and his overall knowledge of fixing things to help his loved ones often.
Mike was an amazing husband to his wife Jeanette and will be forever loved, missed and cherished by her and her entire family.
Mike was a great Father and Grandpa to his three children and four grandchildren. They could count on him for anything. Mike's children will honor him by striving to be as good of people as he was. He set a wonderful example that will continue to be passed down to future generations of his family.
His family is so thankful to have had him as part of their lives. His smiling face and jokester ways will be forever missed. There will always be an irreplaceable void with him gone.
Mike was a long time member at Crestwood United Methodist Church and his faith is a comfort to his family.
Mike will be welcomed at the gate of heaven by his mother Maybelle Marowelli, his father John Beech, and sister Susie Marowelli. He is survived by his wife Jeanette, his children Jeremy (Shannon), Hannah and Michaela, his grandchildren Jocelyn, Ethan, Logan and Mason, his Mother and Father in law Bob and Charlotte Murphy, his siblings Jim (Jill), Larry (Marilyn), Sherry, and several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.
His legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone that he has met and loved.
Visitation to be held at Louisville Memorial Gardens East on Wednesday May 10th from 3:00 - 7:30 pm, with a service immediately to follow. Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.