Let the memory of MICHELE be with us FOREVER
  • 24 years old
  • Born on August 12, 1992 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States.
  • Passed away on September 28, 2016 in New Haven, Connecticut, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Michele Broadley 24 years old , born on August 12, 1992 and passed away on September 28, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Cindy Louwho on April 8, 2019
The thing I loved the most about Michele was as busy as she could be sometimes,  she was very genuine and sweet and could always take the time to chat for a few minutes. I miss teasing her about her bathroom selfies and the Cowboys.
Posted by Kathleen Manley on April 7, 2019
First time I saw Michele she was a week old beautiful baby.Then nine months later I Had my first son Erik it the first year they saw alot of one another. After that we would meet on birthdays and three other times a year. Then they were tens Erik very shy aroun them Michele with all her friends laughing then he start losening up she always made him part of the group.As they got older they became good friends. I remember him telling me how they wwnt out and put a few fake parking tickets on some of their friends cars,for a joke. THen they graduated High school Michele wwnt to college and meet even more people by this time they would hang out every now and then Michele reall helped brake Erik out of his shell she was so going and fun loving. She always keep up her grades as well. then she got cancer it was a blow to the gut for us I could never real know how that felt being weeks away from her 21 birthday haering that. But she was amazing she pulled up her self went on her 21st birthday trip her and the rest of the family and friends plan and had the best time in Vagas. Then being a strong young woman that she was she did her chemo and stayed in school got great grade graduated.She in my Iwas a real life wonderwoman,she was a frighter to the end and ever stop trying. I will never forget her or who she was. SHE was amazing and smart,and human.
Posted by Amanda Ciufecu on April 7, 2019
I remember growing up with her and looking up to her as my role model. We would place tin hats on our head at Christmas time and make all the jokes and noise we could. We would play in the waves in LBI where she trusted me to tell her whether to go over or under. The beach where she made tassle neon shirts and we all took a picture. Where I would hold her before falling into the waves.
Posted by Dan Champagne on April 6, 2019
Too many memories to list them all! From giving her lice when she was little lol to partying in Vegas. Not a day goes by that I dont think about my amazing, beautiful and strong cousin. I always loved when Auntie Val and Michele would come visit Arizona and also when we got to stay at their house when visiting Connecticut. So many nights staying up late and just talking and enjoying eachothers company, that is what I miss the most and will always treasure. I love you and miss you more as each day passes.
Posted by Nicole Champagne on April 6, 2019
I first met Michele in 2012 on my first trip to Connecticut with her cousin Dan. Michele and Val both welcomed me into their home with open arms. I have a lot of memories of Michele but some of my favorite are our trips to the “shiny diner” and being introduced disco fries (sooo good), staying up late talking and playing games every time we stayed at their house, bottle service at the Bellagio in Vegas, New Years Eve in Arizona, the most delicious teppenyaki dinners every time we came to Connecticut, and girl days getting my nails done/massages with Michele, Val, and Jen. I’m thankful for all of the fun memories we had and will forever miss her!
Posted by JoAnn Frawley on March 23, 2019
I met Michele when she was a preteen. She was a pretty young lady who grew up to be a beautiful young woman, not only on the outside, but on the inside as well. She was a very loving, forgiving and courageous person. God bless you, Michele!
Posted by Madison McManus on March 21, 2019
Sweet, strong Michele. I've never known another who lived life to the fullest in every sense of the phrase or one who inspired so many individuals while doing so. Valeria and my mom have been friends as long as I can remember so naturally, Michele and I have too. We spent a lot of time together when we were little, I’ll never forget that curly hair, those bright eyes and her genuine smile. As we grew, we wove in and out of one another’s lives, always sharing in special events and milestones. Regardless of how often we kept in touch, she had a way of making your connection with her, in whatever capacity, feel special. With strong family bonds, she also treated her extended “chosen” family, like my mom and I, with the same same sense of value. She was SO much bigger than her cancer could ever be. With every battle, Michele was FIERCE and her fire burns on... every. single. day.
Posted by Donna Mazzucco on March 20, 2019
My forever memories of Michele is when our family meet up with Hara, Catrina, Val and Michele in Disneyworld by the Haunted House she was so young, very cute with long curly hair and big eyes and excited to be there.
I always remember her beauty, courage, strength, common sense, down to earth attitude, intelligence, humor, compassion for all that she was blessed to own. 
You will be forever missed and never forgotten.
Prayers and love, always for you Michele.

Brian & Donna
Posted by Denise Champagne on March 18, 2019
I will never forget July of 2015 at my house. Everyone was there.. We all hung out cooking on the grill, drinking , and playing games. The favorite game we played was “Never have I Ever” it was so hysterical.. We were laughing so hard that night, you and Mike were making fun of me and your Mom because of Our answers!!!! That night sticks out in my my mind and I Will never forget the fun we all would have when we got together... Michele You will always be missed and Never Ever be Forgotten. You are a Beautiful Angel watching over us all.. Love you ❤️
Denise
Posted by Sandra Gregory on March 16, 2019
I remember the first time I met you Michele and finding out that you and my son Christian were friends and hung out together! What a small world, I thought to myself. I would see you at parties and concerts, you were always happy and carefree. When I think of you, I always like to think of those times. Those were good memories. My heart ached for you and everything you went through. You were so brave. I miss you Michele and love you!❤️❤️❤️.            Sandy
Posted by Jennifer Champagne on March 14, 2019
I don't even know where to begin when it comes to my memories with Michele. One of my most recent memories with Michele was the last New Year's Eve she spent here on earth. I am so happy we got to spend it together. Her amazing mother and aunt went all out for us! We had a table with bottle service at a bar on Mill Ave and we had the best New Year's Eve we'd ever had. We danced, we drank, we laughed, we made friends waiting in line to use the disgusting bathroom covered in vomit lol. We toasted to 2016 and had the time of our lives. The uber ride home brought upon some other memories, but I'll keep those to myself. We ended the night back at Dan's talking outside around the fire pit. Well, some of us did, others were already passed out in bed from the awesomeness of the night lol. I doubt that NYE will ever be topped. I'm so thankful for those memories and so many others. I love and miss her everyday and always will.
Posted by Michael Champagne on March 14, 2019
There is so many stories I can tell here but I’m gonna tell one that at the time didn’t seem like a big deal but now I hold it near and dear to my heart.
Me and Michele (and Kelsey lol) had an inside joke about the word “Moist.” . Summer time is when we’d see each other the most and we’d laugh every time we heard someone say it was moist outside and everytime people would ask us what the hell was so funny lol. It was a ridiculous/ childish thing we shared but it’s the little things like that that make me miss Michele every day.
I can go on and on and on about the times, laughter, and conversations we shared but I’ll save them for future stories!
I love and miss you Michele 
Forever in my heart. Love Mike
Posted by Danny Reynolds on March 12, 2019
Yo, Peaches!
             I just wanted you to know how sorely missed and extremely loved you are by everyone whose lives that you touched including my own.
              You will never be forgotten.
              My love always, Peaches...XOXO  ❤
           
           
Posted by Stella Alexander on March 12, 2019
I will always remember what a great and amazing friend you were to my Brandon. The fun times at college together, crazy nights in the city, vacation in Grand Cayman, or talking for hours. 
I will always remember our great lunches with you , Brandon, and your mom. Great food, cocktails, and fun conversation. And there was always some waiter/waitress that we ended up with that we had a laugh after. "This was already discussed" LOL
Gone too soon but forever remembered.
Posted by Lisa Mckinney Ciufecu on March 11, 2019
So many memories with my beautiful niece Michele...
-sitting on the beach on LBI watching Michele, Raymond, and Amanda playing in the waves, smiling and laughing.
-taking pictures of Michele, Karla, Raymond,and Amanda holding hands at the waters edge on the beach at LBI
-Going to Lyman Orchards and picking pumpkins and taking great pictures of Michele, Raymond, and Amanda.
-Michele growing way taller than me and wearing sky high heels!!
-Taking pictures with Michele and looking up at her smiling and laughing! Peaches and Shorty!
Posted by Deserie DeFosche Colon on March 11, 2019
For my beautiful angel Annabelle forever 21 I love you so much my heart is literally broken!
Posted by Michael Barry on March 10, 2019
May God be with you and all our prayers you will never be missed but never forgotten

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