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1991 Mikeal 2020

Mikeal Dale Breary

December 22, 1991 — December 9, 2020

Mikeal Dale Breary was born on December 22, 1991 in New Haven, CT. to Brenda (Breary) Garcia and Dale Breary and was christened at St. Luis Catholic Church in West Haven, by his Godparents Devon and Mayra Thomas. Mikeal met lifelong friends while attended Thompson Elementary, Jepson Middle School, West Haven High and while playing peewee football for the West Haven Seahawks. He was employed as a CNA at St. Josephs Manor and loved his patients as much as they loved him. His ultimate goal was to become a registered nurse like his mother, Brenda Garcia. Mikeal was the “big little brother” to his sisters, Vanessa and Jessica and “bro-cuz” to his cousin Eric. Mikeal’s smile and personality were infectious. Truly one of the nicest, caring people you could ever meet. To carry on his legacy will be Mikeal’s four beautiful children, Analise, Mikeal, Mikaela and Milanni as well as his Godson Ricardo whom he loved all dearly. Not only known and admired for the compassionate care he gave to his patients but by his family as they witnessed the tender, loving end of life care he provided to his beloved Tio Devon and great grandfather (PAPI). Mikeal was a kid at heart who loved pranks, games, laughter and just having fun. His infamous car karaoke will live in our memory forever. Mikeal was always working - “Get that bag! I’m about to pull this double bwoy!” If there was one thing Mikeal loved, especially on a sunny day was taking his motorcycle out for a ride. Family meant the world to Mikeal, he cherished his Sunday dinners with his sisters and mother and his visits at his aunt’s house with his cousins. Left to cherish his memory, in addition to his four lovely children, his mom, sisters and bro-cuz, are his grandparents, aunts, uncles, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins as well as his father and extended aunts and uncles. Friends are invited to attend Calling Hours on Sunday, December 13, 2020 from 2:00 to 5 p.m. at the Funeraria Luz de Paz, 426 E. Washington Ave. Bridgeport, CT 06608. His interment will be held privately and at the convenience of his family. Please explore his memorial page, where you may share your memories, prayers and so much more found only at luzdepaz.com Please be advised that due to the current Corona Virus Pandemic the Health Department Regulations and the State of Connecticut have re implemented the status of Phase 2 for the protection and safety of all the residents of Connecticut. - Therefore, During viewing times the ONLY ENTRANCE into the Funeral Home will take place through the BACK ENTRANCE of the Funeral Home (FRONT ENTRANCE CLOSED) -In accordance to the Parameters set forth in Phase 2 of COVID 19 by the State of Connecticut, a maximum number of 43 persons are permitted inside our facility at the same time and any persons above that permitted amount will not be granted access until those friends which have entered the facility prior to the maximum reached, safely exit allowing the same number of guests that exit, to come inside. Again, the maximum number of persons, family , friends, acquaintances, elderly etc. cannot and will not exceed 43. Please understand, our efforts will entail announcing when a line is outside and people have not exited so that those inside can consider those outside in line. We can only encourage others that are NOT immediate family to kindly go outside, therefore permitting those patiently in line to exit enter the funeral home masks are ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED. -Entrance is granted into our facility for those who exhibit a mask which covers their MOUTH AND NOSE and such mask MUST REMAIN ON CORRECTLY during entire visit. We regret to inform all guests that regardless of relationship to deceased and/ or family member, such safety measures are not up for debate, nor negotiable by our firm and we cannot compromise the integrity of the safety measures set forth by exceeding the alotted numbers or excuse anyone for not utilizing the required face coverings. -HUGGING AND /OR KISSING any member of the immediate family and/or friends is strongly discouraged, but be advised the Funeral Home, its representatives and or staff members assisting throughout the services cannot and will not assume any responsibility for anyone becoming exposed due to them not adhering to the rules and regulations set forth while inside our facility nor in the funeral services for such deceased in their entirety. Please remember everyone, we understand the trialing time our Country, State and City is found in. Therefore, we are requesting anyone whom is considering attending a service which will be held by our firm, in our facility. We are requesting ALL those in attendance to attend with a mindset of our unwaivering commitment to adhere to the rules and regulations set forth of such policies and procedures, only created by our Health experts for the benefit of everyone in attendance in as a society in General. . Nobody has any other intention and/ or reason but to protect the health and well being of us all and any interaction other than that as ladies and gentlemen and as such expect the same interactions in return. Any other method and/or interaction is not considered appropriate and will terminate any persons visit immediately. It is our exclusive purpose of protection of your health, and those in attendance at the services from possible exposure to a virus which as affected so many in a negative fashion. If we have to bring something to someone's attention regarding such procedures not being adhered, we ask kindly to keep in mind it is not our goal to humiliate anyone but yet kindly remind everyone regarding our masks if not covering our nose and mouths to please do so. We do not know many, relationships etc. nor is our staff aware of all relationships, nor will it be part of what our intended purpose to have to address anything inside or outside but in the same fashion we are trying to maintain a safe and comfortable atmospher, you allow us and assist us in making sure such integrity of the safety is never compromised. We want you to go home, the same way you have arrived, healthy and well! Nobody within our firm will ask anyone to do something to be spiteful, nor be mean or intrusive, etc. and we understand its a sensitive time, but not doing so, exposes you not only to a virus but having to possibly deal with another funeral because of not keeping such details in mind. Therefore, we are kindly requesting that any interactions between all staff and Directors with the public be considered our way of caring....WE lose nothing by not caring, we lose nothing by walking away, but not caring is not in our DNA and has always been. You have come to expect this from our firm and nothing less. If need be and more than once a person is asked to be sure your mask is in its place then we it will have to be addressed again and although excuses as to why any lack of adherence to policies and procedures set forth for everyone's health are understandable, but adherence to the safety and wellbeing of yourself and others is not negotiable and deliberate violation of the rules set forth by the Connecticut Department of health and the Governor's executive orders, will have to be addressed accordingly. If cooperation is not provided upon request, you may be asked to leave our facility immediately and entrance will no longer be granted. Again, this is not our mission, not our goal, yet an atmosphere which all may share inside and outside our firm about a life well lived and if outside you want to remain without any protection we are not here to tell people anything while not inside our firm, that is your decision, so please keep in mind, its the protocol uncomfortable or not, also not meant to be mean or condescending. Again, such actions are meant to try to correct and/or prevent a possible exposure from occurring that may cost the life of someone with a delicate health condition whether it be towards yourself or another person. Everyone has the right to their opinion and do as they wish, but just like we all must have a level of decorum when at certain places, functions and public locations, and municipal facilities and more, adherence to such policies is required wherever we go, , We strive to make this a seamless process but of course, it is only with the full cooperation of everyone in attendance to follow instructions thus facilitating and making this process one of least involvement of any family member due to non compliance of such rules and regulations by any guest or distant family member. Above all, the least possible stress to a family handling one of the most challenging times ever in their lives. We thank you in advance for your patience and everyone's cooperation. Always remember safety is our #1 concern. Your health and safety while in our facility or being part of a service we are conducting is not something are willing to compromise on, and therefore, we not only focus on everyone's safety but your entire well being by creating and maintaining a safe atmosphere in its entirety. Our facility is cleaned and disinfected after each and every service time, our entire facility, even further providing UV light air filtration system on each floor. Again, safety and well being is not a negotiable topic and therefore we strictly abide not only by the regulations imposed by the governing agencies, but take it always a step above, because you deserve that and so much more.
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