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Michael Anthony Wescovich, Sr.
August 17, 1958 ~ June 16, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Born August 17, 1958; A Bayou La Batre/Coden native to Rosemary and John “Buddy” Wescovich passed away at age 64. His Memorial will be held at Bayou Weslyan Church on Irvington Bayou La Batre Hwy. Wake – Friday, 30 - June - 2023 5:30 - 8:00 pm, Funeral - Saturday, 1 - July - 2023 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.
He was preceded in death by his father Buddy, mother Rosemary , sister Terri, brother Eric and daughter Crystal.
Michael Sr. is survived by his sister Kathy, brother Mickey, sons Michael Anthony Jr., Christopher, Jason and Bobby; Grandchildren - Zachary, Shelbie, Brandon, Alec, Jeremy, Sidney, Logan, Westin, Brycin, Eastin, Aidan, Samarah and 7 great-grandchildren.
He started working as a commercial fisherman “Shrimp Boat Captain” at the age of 14, and working into his 50’s and only retiring 8 years ago. After retirement you would often find him kicked back, listening to his country jams or his favorite classic rock n roll tunes. He loved to cook and eat Southern food. He enjoyed spending time with his family but also enjoyed the Solace of alone time. He was also an avid Alabama football fan and enjoyed spending game days yelling “ROLL TIDE” at the television and anybody else that did or did not want to listen, when they scored.
As he was affectionately called by his grandchildren and great grandchildren. A loving and devoted father, grandfather, brother and friend. Often professing the pride and joy he held in his children and grandbabies his “legacy” saying things like “if I hadn’t gotten anything right in my life I did with you guys” being the proud Poppy and father he always was and forever will be.