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Hunter Micciche Obituary Hudson MA, GoFundMe Opened - Death Cause

Hunter Micciche Obituary Hudson MA, GoFundMe Opened – Death Cause

Hunter Micciche Obituary, Death – I count it a privilege that both Diesel and I were able to spend some time getting to know you. Diesel is in a better place now, and I have no doubt that he is serving on the greeting committee here. It’s a good thing that we crossed paths since you were an amazing person inside and out. My deepest condolences go out to you and your family. I hope they find solace and serenity in the happy and loving memories we share.

Within the HPD, as well as within the other municipal agencies and within the community as a whole, Hunter has always been treated as a member of the family. Everyone was familiar with Hunter. His joy for living and smile that was larger than life were contagious qualities that shone like a beacon for all those who knew him. Hunter would frequently visit the police station or flag down an officer on his way home from work just to have a conversation and see if there was any way he could assist us.

He was familiar with each of our names, and he wore his HPD baseball cap with a sense of pride. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Micciche family during this difficult time. We’ll miss you Hunter, 007. This fills me with such unfathomable despair. He possessed the most enormous heart. The desire to assist anyone and everyone was strong. When I used to run a store in the downtown area.

There was a parade consisting of vehicles from the Hudson Police Department, the Hudson Fire Department, and the Hudson Department of Public Works that was driving through town earlier today. After a long and brave battle, Hunter Micciche passed away early this morning. It is with the heaviest of hearts that we inform you of this devastating news. May your soul rest in peace, Hunter.

He would frequently stop by for a “treat” from the candy jar and inquire as to whether or not I required any assistance. Even when we were out walking our dog, he would sometimes accompany me and then beg to take charge. The world would be a lot better place if everyone only had a little bit of this boy’s spirit embedded in their hearts. Sending our deepest condolences to all of those who had the privilege of calling him a friend, but especially to his family.