In remembrance of Mike Conigliaro, President of TWU Local 101

Message from Ken Daly, President, New York and Keith Hutchison, SVP, US HR & Chief Diversity Officer

Mike ConigliaroWe were very saddened to hear about the sudden passing of Mike Conigliaro, President of TWU Local 101 this morning. We send our deepest condolences to Mike’s family, friends and our National Grid employees who knew him so well. Mike was a familiar face to everyone in our New York City service area and he was held in high regard by our employees. He will be missed by all who knew him as a leader and as a friend.

We share in employees’ sorrow and want to let you know that we are all together during this difficult time.

Sincerely,

Ken & Keith


Wake and service information:

Wake
Friday, November 4, 2016  2 -7pm
Martin Hughes Funeral Home
530 Narrows Road South
Staten Island, NY 10304

Memorial Mass
Saturday, November 5, 2016  12pm
Our Lady Star of the Sea
5371 Amboy Rd
Staten Island, NY 10312
(718) 984 0593

In lieu of flowers please send donation to St. Judes Children’s Hospital in Mike Conigliaro’s name.

5 Comments

Beth Thompson

My prayers and condolences are being sent to Mike’s family and friends. May the God of peace comfort
and hold them close to His heart. Rest in peace, Mike. God bless.

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Tracey Mickens

I’m Honored and Blessed to have known Mike. He was truly a blessing in “OUR” lives. The TUW Local 101 members’ will miss him dearly. Our most sincere condolences.

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Dave Zielinski

Mike was a gentleman and a leader who tirelessly worked to help others. My condolences to his family and friends.

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Stephen Quesada

Mike Conigliaro was a leader, mentor, friend and a big brother to me. 36 years ago my neighbor and good friend told me to put an application as a meter reader at Brooklyn union gas. So naturally I listened to Mike and I’m still working here. He was an usher in my wedding and a long time friend, it didn’t matter that we would not see each other for years at a time. That never mattered, he was still and always be my friend and always made me feel like I was part of the Conigliaro Family that I meet in 1968 . God Bless you Mike and the Conigliaro Family. You Will Be Missed.

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Cleon-Sean Christie

Thank you Mike for all you did for us i met mike 14 years ago he never forgot my name andanyone who knows mike know he never forgot names may the good Lord continue to bless his family and lets all keep them in our prayers.

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