Obituary of Michele Brown
July 2, 2018, after a courageous battle with cancer, at the age of 51. Predeceased by her father, Robert S. Scherzi. Michele is survived by her loving husband, Steve Brown; son, Russ (Arlene Palumbo) Ellis; mother, Mary (Petrillo) Scherzi; brother, Sam (Danielle) Scherzi; sister, Terri (Jeff) Proud; nieces & nephews, Jeffrey, Sara & Jake Proud, Sammy & Bobby Scherzi, Desi Hernandez; step-daughters, Kristin & Vicki; step-grandchidlren, Silas, Zane, Kaden & Maddison; special friend, Ginny; many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends; her fur baby girl, Harper. For more information, visit www.bartolomeo.com
Michele’s visitation will be held 4-8 PM on Thursday, July 5th at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane. Her funeral service and interment will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Roswell Cancer Institute, 665 Elm St, Buffalo, NY 14203 or Humane Society at Lollypop Farm, 99 Victor Rd, Fairport, NY 14450 in Michele's memory.
Michele was born June 12, 1967 to Robert & Mary Scherzi. During her youth, Michele grew up a with her brother Sam and sister, Terri. She discovered a love for cooking and reading at this time in her life. She also loved having pets and watched the T.V. show General Hospital when she had free time. Michele met her husband Steve through mutual friends, they have been together for 22 years and married for 15 years. Michele and Steve enjoyed vacationing at their condo in Myrtle Beach, but eventually sold it and bought a condo in Ft. Myers, Florida. Spending quality time with family was very important to Michele, which included her son Russ and step-children, Kristin and Vicki. She and Steve were blessed to have 4 grandchildren, Silas, Zane, Kaden and Maddison. Michele liked participating in activities and events through St. Charles Borromeo Church. She liked collecting antiques and her love for reading and cooking remained throughout her life. Michele loved going to the beach and she was also a NY Yankees baseball fan. Michele was loved dearly by many family and friends. She will always be deeply missed and the memory of her will be forever cherished by all those who knew her.