Michael S daCosta

Born: 05/28/1951 Passed:

Michael S daCosta 68, of Perry Township passed away on April 14th, 2020. He was born in Lebanon, PA to the late Robert & Doris daCosta. He proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam war. Michael worked at Bakers/Logans Trucking and retired from there after 40 years of service. Michael was a true family man. He was an honest & dedicated husband, father & grandfather.  His grandchildren were his pride and joy.

He will be deeply missed by his wife of 30 years, Pauline L DaCosta; children, Laura B Johnson-Dowdle & Robert A Guthrie; grandchildren, Michael (Jessica) Johnson, Samantha Johnson, Mark Dowdle Jr & Colleen Barlow; brother, Patrick (Rose) DaCosta; sisters, Kathleen (John) Fisher, Colleen (Tim) Burdette; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Condolences and special memories can be shared online with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

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4 Tributes to Michael S daCosta

  1. Marlene says:

    RIP Mike. Wish Ron and I could have seen you one last time. He always enjoyed your company. Pauline my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    (((Long distance hugs.)))
    Love ya all.

  2. Mark A Dowdle Jr says:

    I’m gonna miss my papa dearly he was one of the greatest people in my family… I remember one time when he was working for W.L. Logan Trucking he let me up in his semi and took me on a little ride around the parking lot ????❤️ I love you with all of my heart papa, it’ll be rough without you here but you are in the best place to ever exist, love you grandpa,

    R.I.P
    Papa Mike ❤️????✊????

  3. Lois (Vollrath) Mena says:

    Our sympathy to Pauline and all of Michael’s family. We have some
    happy memories of growing up. It was good to see you at Mom
    and Dad’s Anniversary party. I hope all of you find peace.

    • Kathy says:

      Thank you Lois. Some of the pictures on FB were from your Mom and Dad’s Anniversary. That is one of my favorite pictures of Michael.

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