Michael Ice Mourned by Family and Friends, Wake Service in Rye Tuesday

Recent Rye High School graduate and Narragansett summer resident Michael Ice has died at the age of 22. His family and friends mourn his passing.

Michael Ice, age 22, died Saturday morning, February 25, 2012.  He lived in Rye, NY with his family, and spent his summers in Narragansett. 

He loved surfing and basketball. He will be greatly missed by his parents: Kathi and Michael Ice, his sisters: Megan (age 23), Emily (age 23), and Elizabeth (age 20), and his brother Teddy (age 18), as well as his grandmother, Anne Glasheen (of Larchmont, NY and South Kingstown, RI), his aunts and uncles, Meg and Conny Murray (North Kingstown, RI), Sheila and Kevin Crosby (North Kingstown RI), Jim and Marlene Glasheen (Corte Madera, CA), Willa Grimm (Winchester, VA), Peter and Kim Ice (Winchester, VA), David and Judith Ayers (Virginia Beach, VA), Valerie and Stephen Brown (Randolph, MA), and Susan and Joe Lilavois (Springfield, VA), and by his cousins Tim and Brian Murray, Tom Quaranta, Shane Crosby, Sierra Glasheen, Josh and Winnie Grimm, Whitney, Jenny, Ashley and Chelsea Ice, David Brown, and Brooke Lilavois, and all of his many friends. 

He graduated from Rye High School, class of 2007, and was a member of the University of Richmond Robbins School of Business, class of 2011. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity where he was the Special Events Chair. He was working for Merrill Lynch as a Financial Analyst.

Though he was smart, diligent and accomplished, his family and friends remember him most for his character, which he demonstrated time and again with his caring personality.

The wake will be held , Rye, NY on Tuesday, February 28 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at Resurrection Church, Rye NY this Wednesday, Feb. 29 at 11 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, a scholarship fund will be set up at the University of Richmond, SAE fraternity. More information will be posted on Facebook.


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