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Michael Perron passed away on November, 27 2021 from COVID Pneumonia.
Michael was born in St. Paul, MN on November 21, 1963 to Edward and Judy (Evans) Perron. Michael, Judy and sister, Sheryl moved to Chisago City to rebuild the family home when their home burned down in the cities. Michael loved his mother beyond words and adored his little sister Sheryl with his whole heart and soul.
When he was 18 years old he traveled doing cable installs for work. He also worked as a bartender for a few years. For the last 20 plus years he owned and operated refrigerated trucking companies. He was very accomplished and took pride in what he grew from the bottom up.
Most of his friends called him Mikey. He made many amazing close friends and his best friend of 45 years was Moose (Steve Nelson), who introduced him to his wife to be in 1989. In 1991 he married Terri.
In 1990 Mike and his wife had a baby girl, Trisha, she was the apple of his eye, daddy’s little girl. Then in 2007, she gave birth to the first grandchild, Anthony and in 2010 had the second grandson, Conner.
In 1992 Michael and Terri had their first son, Tony who was only here for two months and left to be with the Angels above.
In 1994 Mike had another son, Joseph his best friend and side kick, a bond that could never be broken. Joseph had the first granddaughter in 2016, Eliza Lou. Mike and Eliza had one amazing bond. In 2020, Joseph and Jasmin had their second little girl, Lydia Jo. In 2016 Joseph married his wife, Jasmin and took on the role of being step-father of Aiden and Zoey. Michael was a proud father and grandfather. He enjoyed being a part of all his grandchildren’s lives. His Love for his grandchildren is indescribable, beyond words.
In his free time and every chance he could he would be up north on his RZR, trail riding and four wheeling when possible with his friends and family. He also enjoyed snowmobiling every winter and in the summer you would find him boating on the pontoon.
Michael will be forever in our hearts and has left us with many memories will never forget.
A Celebration of Life is pending. Condolences may be expressed online at www.grandstrandfh.com.