In Memory

Michael Easi

Michael Easi


Michael D. Easi Jr., 74, of West Deptford, passed away on January 7, 2024. Michael was born in Philadelphia; he resided in Cinnaminson and Medford Lakes before moving to West Deptford 19 years ago. He was a heavy equipment mechanic for Cherry Hill Township for 25 years and he was the owner and operator of Mike’s Auto Repair in Medford Lakes. Mike was a tennis professional at Millside Tennis Club in Delran, Mt. Laurel Racquet Club in Mt Laurel, and at Arrowhead Tennis Club in Medford. He was also a Scuba Divemaster, diving all over the world.

Mike is survived by his wife of 52 years Kathleen M. (nee Sampson) Easi; sons Mike (Mikey) active duty Navy & Dan and wife Brigette of Manahawkin, NJ; sister Vicki & husband Steve Mottershead of Wildwood; brother Marc & wife Helen Easi of Gilbertsville, PA; grandsons Owen, Shane & Carson and his mother-in-law Humie Sampson.

Visitation 11am to 1pm Sunday January 14th at the DAVIS & WAGNER FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES 171 Delaware St. Woodbury, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Tunnel to Towers Foundation or Special Olympics New Jersey.

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01/10/24 06:09 PM #1    

Linda Feldman (Hughes)

So sorry to hear this news.  Sending love and condolences to Kathy and all  of their family.


01/11/24 11:21 AM #2    

Adele "Tootsie" Smith (Pata)

Dear Sweet Kathy, no words can express how very sorry we are about Mike, our hearts go out to you and your family .  You and Mike were like Pete and me, high school sweethearts-Mike has always been a kind, caring and funny friend. RIP Mike-love Pete and Toots xxxooo

01/11/24 10:02 PM #3    

Beth Sobelman (Hofstein)

Kathy, so sorry to read this sad news.  May Michael's Memory Always Be A Blessing.  Beth

01/12/24 03:14 PM #4    

Janet Kuhn (Getz)

My heart is broken at the loss of my friend Mike. I will always cherish the memories we shared in high school, especially our word study class our senior year of high school. He was such a character. I will certainly miss him. May you rest in peace my friend❤️

01/15/24 12:01 PM #5    

Michael Hofkin

I remember hanging out with Mike in the school yard at Olney . In the 4 years at Olney I don't think he was in any of my classes , maybe gym or study hall . We connected at school parties . We both had similar interest . After high school Mike got a Atlantic gas station at 2nd & Lindley just 2 blks from Olney . We both had a love for working on cars . If I was in the neighborhood I would stop by to see how things were going . They were always busy , he had a good business going . We shared stories on repairing this or that . I moved on to working primarily on trucks and he moved on to a Shell gas station at 611 & Fitzwatertown Rd. I remember going there , where he showed me his new project , a Vega that he pulled out the 4 Cyl. engine out and dropped a 307 v8 in. I was impressed . He said it was very fast . After the Shell he got his own shop in Medford N.J. I think he needed to get away from the oil companies . I remember stopping there one time to check it out . he seemed pretty happy living next door to his business . But mother nature ended that with a flood . He then went to work at the Cherry Hill Township , taking care of their equipment . Working on trucks might be bigger or harder but it is very different . He didn't have the stress of dealing with the money end of a bussiness or any stress of a customers schedule . He will truly be missed by all who knew him . R.I.P. Mike     

02/01/24 11:34 AM #6    

Adrienne Marshall (Binder)

So sorry to hear of the passing of Michael! May his memory be a blessing to his family and friends! Rest in Peace my friend!

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