NARCISO, Michael James, 59 of Berlin, (Cape May), NJ passed away on June 18, 2022. He was preceded in death by his father James Narciso. He is survived by his beloved wife, Heather Bailey Narciso, devoted mother Angela Pietronudo Narciso, brother James Narciso and sister Danielle (Mark) Munding of New Jersey, daughter Brittany Alderman of FL, son James Bailey of NJ, granddaughter Harper of FL and nephew and godchild Nicholas Munding of NJ.
Michael was born in Camden NJ on March 4, 1963. He grew up in Camden with his brother James and sister Danielle. They spent many summers as kids visiting Grandmom and Grandpop in Florida. As a kid he loved baseball and he and his brother spent many years playing little league. He attended St Anthony's of Padua Catholic school in Camden and graduated from Camden Catholic High School.
For several years, he was a proud member of the Local 401, Ironworkers of Philadelphia and they were very much a brotherhood. Michael enjoyed the 80's and his love for corvettes, and had several along the way. He was a fan of college football and only dressed up in his FSU attire for game day. No one loved talking on the phone more than Michael, definitely something he got from his mother. He was a sweet soul who had a huge heart, loved everyone and knew how important it was to connect and "talk" to family and friends. He was known as "Nar" to his close friends. Michael can be described as an ultimate foodie and always had to share pictures of his many food adventures with family. Michael and his loving wife Heather, married in September 2013, on the beautiful beach of Cape May. They truly enjoyed their days on Cape May beach and it was his favorite place to be. They spent many special hours together working in the yard, watching movies and beating everyone at cards. You could always count on Michael to tell you a story of the good old days and he had many to share. He is loved and greatly missed by all of his family and he will forever be in all of our hearts.
A Mass will be held to celebrate his life at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 29th, 2022 at St. Simon Stock Catholic Church. Friends and family are welcome to greet the family from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Those wishing to honor Michael, can share online with their condolences and memories.
In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to the breast cancer foundation at www.TNBCfoundation.org. Memories and condolences can be shared at www.EvoyFuneralHome.com