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Michael P. McMorrow
May 2, 1972 ~ November 4, 2023 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Michael “Mike” McMorrow, 51, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Hingham, early morning Saturday, November 4th.
Mike leaves behind his wife CherylAnn McMorrow of 12 wonderful years. The pair first met in Kindergarten and were friends for much of grade school. In December of 2010 the couple re-connected & pursued a life of love and happiness together. Mike leaves behind his step children Patrick Schofield and his wife Brianna Schofield of Hiram, Maine and Nicholas Schofield of Sherman Oaks, California.
Mike also was the father to two fur-babies Zoey and Gus “Gustopher”. Mike took in Gus as a puppy in 2010 prior to meeting CherylAnn. Gus held a very special place in Mike’s heart and on his sleeve as Mike had a portrait of the dog tattooed on his arm. Gus & Mike were living proof that a dog is man’s best friend.
Mike is also, survived by his sister Donna McMorrow of Melrose and her daughter Ashley Aiello of Peabody his brother and best friend Bill McMorrow and his wife Nicole McMorrow of Whitman, his Aunt Winnie McMorrow of Mechanic Falls, ME, as well as many family and friends. He was predeceased by his mother Ellen McMorrow(Donahue),his father William McMorrow Jr. and recently predeceased by his Uncle Daniel McMorrow of Milton.
In his life Mike worked as a welder and took great pride in his business, McMorrow Welding. Mike took his love for welding and turned it into an art form. He enjoyed making welded art out of recycled horseshoes which he displayed and offered for sale at the Alomakaum Gallery in Minot, ME and at Hersey Craphtz in Weymouth, MA.
Mike was a thoughtful man of many skills and talent. He was always first to lend a hand to those in need especially to his family & friends. On Tuesday nights, Mike & CherylAnn joined their darts team “Buck-A-Ton”, a group of friends that have become family. Mike was a key asset to the team and will be greatly missed.
Family and friends are invited to visit Quealy Funeral Home, 116 Adams Street, Abington, on Thursday, November 9, from 4pm to 7pm. Funeral service will be held Friday in the Quealy Funeral Home at 10am.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the “American Heart Association” by visiting their website at https://www.heart.org/en/get-involved/ways-to-give