Obituary of Michael Natoli
March 18, 2022
Michael Glenn Natoli beloved son, brother, partner, and uncle passed away Friday, March 18, 2022 in New York.
Michael was born, on July 22, 1968 in Warren Ohio to Samuel and Diane Natoli.
He was a graduate of JFK, attended YSU, and graduated from St. Francis with a degree in nursing.
He worked at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles before moving to New York where he was recently employed as a counselor. He was also working toward a degree in that field.
He was proceeded in death by his Father Sam, maternal and paternal grandparents, aunts and uncles, and his beloved dog Jeeter.
He is survived by his mother, Diane, sister, Jolene, significant other, Peng, Niece, Christina (Eric) Ray, great nieces, Brynlee and Brooklynn Ray, and many cousins.
To know Michael was to love him and never forget what a fun caring person he was. He will be dearly missed by us all.
He made the world a better place. God gained another angel.
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I'll never forget our ambulance days. You were a treasured EMS partner!
Posted by: Debra Wrenn - Youngstown, OH - March 26, 2022
My sincerest condolences to Mike's family, friends and coworkers. I remember him fondly from our EMS days in Youngstown, Ohio. Mike was always a joy to be around and to work with. God speed Mike!
Posted by: Marie McNulty - MC DONALD, OH - March 28, 2022
I am so sorry for your loss. Michael was one of my best friends. Thoughts and prayers to you and all who knew and loved him. I love you Michael. Fly high. You will be in my heart forever. Love, Amy
Posted by: Amy DeMarsh (Sidoti) - Findlay, OH - March 28, 2022
Knowing him as a neighbor and friend as Michael grew up he was such a sweet young man. To his mom, Diane, and sister, Jolene, sincerest sympathy to you and your family from ours. I know he will be missed by all who knew him. Barb DeSoto Lawruk
Posted by: Barb Lawruk - Lake Suzy, FL - March 29, 2022
My deepest sympathy Diane and Jo. Michael will be missed. He was a thoughtful and caring person, great brother-in-law and friend. He loved his family and friends deeply.
Posted by: Steve Offhaus - Golden, CO - March 30, 2022