Michael Bellavia

Obituary of Michael F. Bellavia

GREECE - August 3, 2018. Michael is predeceased by siblings, Antoinette Calabria, Nancy Mangione, Frank Bellavia, Ross Bellavia, Carmen Bellavia; niece Beth Cappon. He is survived by his wife, Pat L. “Mrs. B” Bellavia; children David (Margidine) Bellavia, Steven (Edie) Bellavia, Michael Bellavia, Jr., Dan (Kim) Bellavia, Marie (Cindy Lyndin) Bellavia, Andrew “Drew” (Yoshiko Kon) Bellavia; grandchildren, Dawnita (BJ) Kerschner, Maia (Kevin) Farley, Kady (Jim) Vincent, Kara Bellavia, Dana (Ben) Meece, Lisha Bellavia, Jason (Mary) Bellavia, Michael (Amy) Donlin, Theresa (Ed) Polimeni, Sara (Kurt) Doty, Abi Bellavia, Emily (fiancé Matt Smith) Bellavia, Horatio (Nora) Fairburn; Merlin Benneth, Cyrano Benneth; sister-in-law Myra Bellavia; many beloved great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and dear friends. For more information about Michael please visit www.bartolomeo.com

Michael’s Life Story will be shared during his visitation, Saturday, August 11th, 1-4 PM at the Funeral Home, 1411 Vintage Lane (Between 390 & Long Pond Rd.). Services and burial private. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Hope Hall, 1612 Buffalo Rd., Rochester, NY 14624 in Michael’s memory.

After graduation from Jefferson High school he went to Clarkson University and earned a degree in Chemistry. For 39 years he worked for Eastman Kodak. Family was first – he organized the annual family picnic and Christmas party, and wrote a monthly family newsletter that was sent all over the world. He attended any activities he could for his nieces, nephews, grandchildren, whether it was a ball game, recital, graduation or theater production. He was never too busy for family. After retiring he went on to organizing his high school reunions, performing in local Theatre groups, volunteering at the George Eastman Museum as both a garden volunteer and a docent giving garden tours. His latest passion had been emceeing for the Oasis Tappers, his dancing girls.



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