Guest Book for Michael Paul Schambach

Provided by Bridgewater Funeral Home

Posted by: Lorraine Schambach
Fri June 15, 2018
My dearest nephew, Mike, I could just see you with your new angel wings.  Watch over us sweetie.   You are free, your body has been renewed, and Our Lord has opened the Gates of Heaven for you.  Until we meet again.   Love and kisses, Aunt Lorraine
 

 
Posted by: Aunt Mary & cousin Joe & Frank
Fri June 15, 2018
Condolences on the loss of Michael, a truly beautiful person
Your family is in our thoughts, prayers and hearts
May God Embrace You All, Bring You Peace, Comfort You, Guide You,
and Envelope You In His Love
In God's Light & Love - Mary, Joe & Frank
 

 
Posted by: David and Charlene Epstein
Fri June 15, 2018
We are heartbroken that the world has lost such a wonderful man. All our love and prayers to Mike’s family. He will be missed and fondly remembered by so many. One of the great ones.
 

 
Posted by: Cousins Stephanie, Danielle, Dominique, Arthur & Nicole.
Sat June 16, 2018
"May you see Gods light on the path ahead, when the road you walk is dark. May you always hear, even in your hours of sorrow, the gentle singing of the lark. When times are hard may hardness never turn your heart to stone. May you always remember when the shadows fall, You do not walk alone." An Irish Blessing. We are deeply saddened by Mikes passing, he was a remarkable loving person.
 

 
Posted by: Laura M Ingram
Sat June 16, 2018
My deepest sympathies go out to Lindsay and Cameron and Chloe.
May Mike Rest In Peace knowing his family and friends will be there for you
GOD BLESS YOU ALL
 

 
Posted by: Albert and Susan Greco
Sat June 16, 2018
Our heatfelt condolences to Mike's family. Mike was a true leader of men.  His presence on the sideline will be missed. The good they die young.
 

 
Posted by: Steve And Teresa Rusmisel
Sat June 16, 2018
With sadden hearts We want to let you know that you are all in our prayers and
may God comfort you in this time.  
Heavenly Father richly Bless Michael with peace eternal. amen
 

 
Posted by: teresa rusmisel
Sat June 16, 2018

PREMIUM FRUIT AND GOURMET BASKET was sent by Steve and Teresa Rusmisel.

Rest in peace Michael

 

 
Posted by: Carol Mastroianni
Sat June 16, 2018
Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with your family.  May Michael rest in peace.  May the wonderful memories that he shared with you help you through this difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: Jeffrey Koerner Sr.
Sun June 17, 2018
Our sincere condolences to your family. I watched Mike grow up and he was good friends with my son. May he always Rest in Peace.

   The Koerner Family.
 

 
Posted by: Frank and Lou Ann Provenzano
Sun June 17, 2018
Lindsay,
Frank and I are so saddened by this news.  I clearly remember that you are a strong person and your children will guide you through this most difficult time.  
We wish you and your family only the very best.

Lou Ann and Frank Provenzano
 

 
Posted by: Rob Fox
Sun June 17, 2018
My sincere thoughts and prayers are with your family. I met Michael many years ago at an FDU Alumni Lacrosse game that he was nice enough to invite me to play in. I had played the for the FDU Teaneck team back in the early 80's, so it was an honor to represent that campus at the game. He was a great person. Rest In Peace Michael.
 

 
Posted by: Anthony Jackson
Sun June 17, 2018
My condolences to you and your family during your time of bereavement. May god be with you. From the Jackson family.
 

 
Posted by: Rolanda LeBron
Sun June 17, 2018
My prayers are with you and your family. May God keep you wrapped in His loving arms through this journey and always.
 

 
Posted by: Robert Avezac
Sun June 17, 2018

Designers Choice was sent by Robert Avezac.

 

 
Posted by: David & Amanda deVelder
Mon June 18, 2018
Mike, anyone who ever met you or was lucky enough to spend time with you are better people because of you. I will always cherish our times on the soccer field together and always knew I had one of the toughest players on my side. Then our times at Rutgers (I actually didn't attend RU) running the streets of New Brunswick. Finally remaining friends into adulthood. Mike you were truly one of the nicest and most genuine person I have ever met.

I know wherever you are now, you are doing the same and that's making people better with your smile, outlook, and heart!

Love you (Your favorite Franklin Warrior)
Dave & Amanda

 

 
Posted by: Steven P Cariati
Mon June 18, 2018
I was truly moved reading the history of Mike's life cut short. Although I played in the 60's I always follow the Rutgers Lacrosse teams and am proud to be an alumnus "on the banks."
Deep condolences for Mike's entire family Lindsay and his brothers and sisters.
What a great person he was and may his life be for a memory. May God bless this family and keep them strong.
 

 
Posted by: Holly Gera
Mon June 18, 2018
We are tremendously saddened by Mike's passing.  He was a special member of our Montclair State family.  Mike loved his student athletes and he loved coaching lacrosse.  He showed true courage over this past year and his strength and positivity was inspiring.  We will miss him dearly and we extend our heartfelt love and condolences to his family and to all who have been touched by his generous spirit.
 

 
Posted by: Ann and Rich Meisenbacher
Mon June 18, 2018
May Michael's soul through the mercy of God rest in peace!
 

 
Posted by: Pat Varsallona
Mon June 18, 2018
Please receive the deepest sympathy from all the teams in the Garden State Soccer League
Pat Varsallona, President
 

 
Posted by: Jennifer Wickensimer
Mon June 18, 2018
My condolences to all of Mike’s family. I went to high school with him, and remember him as such a sweet person. He loved his sports, and all those close to him. His family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Posted by: Debbie Taylor
Wed June 20, 2018
To Mike's Family:
It is with deep sadness that I learned of Mike's passing away. My son Nicholas Taylor was Mike's friend and also a lacrosse coach. Mike was the assitant coach at FDU when Nicholas played there. I will always remember Mike as a smiling, respectful man. He was always so grateful for the tailgate and thanked us for the food.
May the love of family and friends and your faith comfort you at this difficult time.
With my deepest sympathy,
Debbie Taylor