Obituaries

Michael J. Mortimer – 4/7/2022

April 10th, 2022

Michael J. Mortimer, 63, of Upper Chichester passed away on Thursday, April 7th at his home.  He was born in Chester to James and Lois Mortimer.  Michael attended Holy Saviour School and then went on to graduate from Archmere Academy in 1976.  After school, he went to work for his father at Mortimer Electric where he worked for his entire life.  Michael achieved a second degree black belt in Karate.  He also had a special love for his dogs.

He was predeceased by his father, James A. Mortimer; son, John Mortimer.  He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Sara Mortimer; mother, Lois K. Mortimer; brother, David Mortimer (Danielle); grandchildren, Ciarrah and Kaidyn.

His funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 14th at 11am at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral Home 1459 Market St. Linwood, PA.  Friends and family are invited to his viewing from 10-11am.  Burial will be private.

4 thoughts on “Michael J. Mortimer – 4/7/2022

  • By Janet Ginn on

    I’m so sorry to hear of Michael’s passing since I have known him since he was born. It’s hard to believe he is gone at such a young age. I have a picture of him and my daughter Judy in a playpen together and his red hair really showed up.

  • By Janice Sordi on

    MICHAEL EVEN THOUGH I WAS A PAIN IN YOUR ASS WHEN I VISITED YOU AND SWAM IN YOUR POOL. YOU ALWAYS MADE ME FEEL WELCOME WHEN I SAW SARA I SAW YOU N WENT I SAW THE DOGS I SAW YOU..THERE WONT BE A DAY THAT GOES BY THAT WHEN I SEE MY BEST FRIEND THAT I WONT THINK OF YOU. MICHAEL YOU WILL BE MISSED DEARLY MAKE SURE WHEN UR UP THERE HAVE A DRINK WITH UR SON JOHN AMD MY SON MICHAEL. WITH ALL MY LOVE AND SYMPATHY JANICE SORDI

  • By Jim and Debbie Smith on

    Dear Lois, Sara and Mortimer Family, We’re so very sorry to hear the sad news of your Michael and just learned of the loss of his son John last year. Although we know words can’t heal what you must be feeling, please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all now and going forward. All the best, the Smiths — Jim and Debbie

  • By Carol Demers on

    To my dearest friend Sara, Mrs. Mortimore and family, I truly am sorry for the loss of Michael I hope that the good times that you’ve had and the memories that you made will be able to help you get through this long road he’s a great guy. Always made me laugh and he will surely be missed , you are all in my thoughts and my prayers and will continue to be forever ❤️
    Love always Carol

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