The passing of Mike Campanelli, field operations manager for Connecticut, on March 28 was a tragic loss for all of CMC. But it was particularly tough for his friends, peers and co-workers in Connecticut.

“Our team is just heart-broken by Mike’s passing,” said Joe Roy, director, Northeast Program Delivery. “Mike cared deeply about his employees and coworkers and had a way of making everyone feel welcome.

Mike Campanelli

“Mike always had a thirst for knowledge and was full of positive energy,” Roy added. “So much so, that he was one of the inspirations when developing one of our Company values, ‘Bringing the Energy’. He was a great friend and person to work with. Speaking for all of his friends in Connecticut, he’ll be missed terribly.”

Mike, who came to CMC in 2016, started as a lead technician but worked his way up to field operations manager. He was known for his kindness, friendship and leadership. That kind spirit was exemplified by his decision to be an organ donor.

For full details about Mike’s life, you can read his obituary here.

In honor of Mike, CMC had 100 trees planted in remembrance of him through the Arbor Day Foundation and will establish a trust for his daughter, Madysen.

Mike is survived by his parents; his fiancée, Sarah Kenyon; daughter, Madysen Eletto Campanelli; step-son, Dylan Kenyon; sister, Rebecca Champagne (Christopher); nephews, Brayden and Graysen Champagne; niece, Adysen Champagne; and many friends. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Madysen Eletto Campanelli Education Fund, c/o Rebecca Champagne, 3 Barn Hill Lane, Seymour, CT 06483. Please make checks payable to Rebecca Champagne.

During this difficult time, CMC’s Employee Assistance Program, Carebridge, is available to employees and their families for confidential grief counseling and support. You can reach them at 800-437-0911 (access code JDET3) or by visiting the website: myliferesource.com

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