Michael Larose Death – Michael Larose, a native of Hartford, Connecticut, and a member of the BioSafe Systems founding family passed away on Thursday, September 21, 2023. He was 40 years old at the time of his death just 7 days shy of his 41st birthday. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “The world lost a truly amazing person way too soon. Happy Birthday in Heaven Mike. I still can’t wrap my brain around the fact that you’re gone.”
Who was Michael Larose?
The eldest child of Mary Ann Larose and the late Robert Larose, Michael Joseph Larose was born in Hartford, Connecticut, on September 28, 1982. Always the diligent worker—a quality he and his father also shared—he kept himself occupied and made his own money by raking leaves, cutting grass, and shoveling driveways across the area. Mike was a talented and committed athlete who made the varsity team his freshman year while playing soccer for NJ State Select.
Moreover, he took great pride in his certification as an EMT and his volunteer work with the Marlborough Fire Department. Mike attended Assumption Collegiate before starting his collegiate career, with Boston being his favorite city. After that, he proceeded to North Eastern University, where he studied marketing and finance and repeatedly made the dean’s list and honor roll.
About Michael Larose
After graduating and spending a short time working for Fidelity in Boston, Mike went back to Connecticut to hone his abilities and expand the family business. Similar to his father, Mike’s entrepreneurial drive played a significant role in the company’s development and expansion throughout several industry categories, with particular emphasis on Agriculture. Mike’s willingness to take on the role of “road warrior” and go across the nation networking and attending trade events is a credit to his character and attitude.
He consistently made new acquaintances and pals, often coming home with interesting anecdotes. Mike has a really kind heart. He is always ready to lend a hand to those in need and shares his contagious laugh and grin. No matter where he lived, he was friendly with his neighbors and always made an effort to lend a hand. He was a kind and giving individual who always kept an optimistic outlook on the world. To Lauren Crane and Matthew Larose, he was a devoted brother.
Michael Larose’s obituary and funeral arrangements
A Christian Mass will be held on Saturday, September 30th at St. Catherine of Siena in Simsbury at 1 PM. A Celebration of Life will follow at Simsbury 1820 House. Visit an online guestbook at montano-shea.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: ASPCA or American Farmland Trust; Donate – American Farmland Trust.
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