MICHELLE MARIE GEORGE Left us to be called home on March 8th, 2022 in her home.
Michelle Marie George was born on November 30th, 1968 in East Aurora New York and moved to Buffalo New York in her early teen’s.
Michelle is predeceased by her Aunt the late Marie Fender.
Michelle attend East Aurora High School and had her first job as a hostess at Elma’s Steakhouse.
Michelle is survived by 8 children with her spouse of Ronald Melson, the oldest child being Leah Sarita Sing followed by Chanel Cook, Andre Melson, Stephon Fender, Anna Brown-Melson, Matthew Melson, Ronald Jr III , Angle Brown-Melson and the youngest Columbus Brown-Melson.
Michelle is also survived by 3 grandchildren the oldest Stephon Tequil Jr., followed by Mya Rose Galloway and Ariyah Kimbella Clark.
Some of Michelle’s interests where making crafts, online shopping, watching law & order, cooking, playing games on her tablet, spending lots of time with her cats, riding her electric bike, sitting in her jacuzzi, helping other people, gardening and loved to tell jokes .
ORDER OF SERVICE – held at 465 Glennwood Avenue
Michelle is also survived by a very special person in her life who meant the world to her. Mr. Henry Fabia, Mr. Fabia has been in Michelle’s life since 2015 he is the reason Michelle turned her life around, she wanted to do everything she could to help Mr. Henry after the passing of his close soulmate and that all led to her getting her life back on track, Mr. Henry taught Michelle a lot of different things as he is a very wise and loving gentleman, they fit so well together Michelle cared and loved Mr. Fabia so much she’d tell people he was her father and she definitely treated him like so.
Michelle was a very caring, kind loving, energetic person no matter what her situation was she always found a way to help other people or make others feel better even if that meant not helping herself. She had a lot of different ideas for everything, she had many different goals and plans she talked most about moving away to Florida , she loved her animals especially her cats she’d talk to them for hours as if they could talk back, she was a very responsible and kind hearted person who had love for everybody she never hated anybody, she loved to help out as much as she could especially with her elders, no matter how you knew Michelle I think everyone can agree that she was always telling you about something she could talk your ears till they fall off if you’d let her she was such a funny and outgoing person she really knew how to make you laugh she will be truly missed and loved , her memories will live on forever.
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