- Michael Perruccio’s obituary has been released by his immediate family.
- The 30-year-old died after a motorcycle accident in Phuket, Thailand, on March 5, 2023.
- He lived his dream, pursuing his passion for mixed martial arts by training in Muay Thai, immersed in Thai culture, while working remotely with his love, Arianna.
- The deceased was a beloved member of his family and he was much loved and cherished by all his relatives.
Michael originally belonged to Pelham, New Hampshire. He lived his dream, pursuing his passion for mixed martial arts by training in Muay Thai, immersed in Thai culture, while working remotely with his love, Arianna.
The deceased was a beloved member of his family and he was much loved and cherished by all his relatives.
He made many memories at the family vacation home in Maine, boating, skiing, and laughing around campfires.
Michael had a knack for inventing different things. Growing up in the woods of Pelham, he was given ample opportunity to put his inventions to the test, from limousines and forts of all kinds to epic paintball wars.
His laughter, the deepest and merriest known to all his relatives, arose from the success of one of his spontaneous or skillfully crafted jokes with those he loved.
Michael (a.k.a. Pooch), a 2010 graduate of Pelham High School and multi-sport athlete, was a 2010 graduate with high honors and a three-time state wrestling champion and recipient of the Python award.
After high school, he received both a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s Degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Management Information Systems and Business Management.
Michael was an enthusiastic and adventurous traveller. He had the world in his grip, and with Arianna as his copilot, they took every opportunity to explore new places and travel to twenty-six different countries together. They recently settled in East Boston, MA.
Michael’s charismatic personality, loyalty, positivity and devotion to family and friends made him a loved and cherished human being.
He is survived by the love of his life Arianna Smith, his parents Salvatore and Glynnis (Sullivan); siblings Steve Perruccio and Deandra Perruccio; his dogs, Blaze and Georgia; his maternal grandparents, Don and Christine Sullivan.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral mass which will be celebrated Monday morning in ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH at 10 a.m.