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Albert M. ‘Mike’ Prosseda

1942 - 2020

Albert Michael ‘Mike’ Prosseda 78 of Upper Market St. Milton and formerly of the White Deer Pike passed away on December 16, 2020 at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville.  Born in Lewisburg on July 13, 1942 he was the son of the late Albert Andrew and Dorothy Louise (Strickler) Prosseda.

Mike was a 1960 graduate of Milton High School and he worked as a salesman for Milton Metals and Prosseda Aluminum.

Mike Prosseda was the man.

In his youth, he was the Dancin’ Man, as he would go anywhere to dance. As he got older, he became the String Art Man, having practically inventing the art form. His work can still be seen in some local establishments. Then, he transitioned to becoming the Record Man – he could get you virtually any record ever recorded. And then he was the Movie Man, finding and recording any movie or TV series that his friends requested.

But above all that Mike was a caring and friendly man. His relentless cheerfulness touched everyone he came in contact with. He was always willing to help anyone who needed anything, and he brightened the day of anyone who happened to cross paths with him. He will be missed by all who knew him.

He is survived by two sons, Albert Michael Prosseda Jr., and Keith Andrew Prosseda both of Milton; three brothers, Jan Prosseda of Harrisburg, Chris Prosseda and Gelasio Prosseda both of Milton; a sister, Gay Anderson of Milton and a grandson, Evan Rose.

Mike was preceded in death by a brother, Gregory Prosseda; and his former wife, Carol Pawling Prosseda.

Services will be held at a later date.

Condolences

Gelasio & Family,

Anna & I are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to you and your family.

Joseph Farruggio.

My condolences to your entire family. Mike was a bit older than me but I remember him. And of course, I remember all of his brothers from our Boy Scout days. May Mike rest In peace.

Steve Caicco

DEAR MIKE PROSSEDA FAMILY,
I WENT TO SCHOOL WITH MIKE. MY LATE HUSBAND JACK & I KNEW
MIKE WELL. IN 1972 HE PUT OUR SIDING ON OUR HOUSE & STORM
WINDOWS ON. HE WAS A GREAT GUY. MY MOTHER MARGIE BEACHAM STROUP
WENT TO SCHOOL WITH HIS DAD AND SOME OF HIS UNCLES.
I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
WARM REGARDS,
DIANE STROUP HOFFNER

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