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Milorad Mirkovic

August 19, 1963 ~ September 22, 2019 (age 56)

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October 11, 2019 10:33 PM
Wow when I first saw you as my one of my teachers l remembered all the good times we had and I just can't believe that you die man it has been so many years and I just wanted to see you but your dead but I will not let that stop me from saying this R.I.P to one of the best teachers on this earth may god hold you sol and wait for me because once I get there I will galdy have fun with you am happy that god toke you into a better place rest in peace to the OLDEST BEST FRIEND and GREATEST TEACHER I ever seen
Vladimir Zuvela
October 10, 2019 1:15 PM
Our sincere condolences to the Mirkovic Family.

Druze iz detinjstava zelim spokoj i da pocivas u miru. 

Leonard N. Di Vittorio
October 6, 2019 4:55 PM
I first met Mike in the mid 90's when I was aspiring to become a Supervisor of Special Education/Assistant Principal and was asked to do a demo lesson in his class at PS 122.  The next time I met Mike was to work with him at PS 76.  
I worked with Mike throughout his tenure at 76.  When he first came to us he worked in one of our specialty programs, Operation Return, and when that program was no longer at 76 he remained at 76 and worked with the mainstream school.  He was a great guy to work with and the number of children whose lives he touched is great in number.  He had a great sense of humor and was wonderful to work with.  He was the Mr. "M"of 76 and I was the Mr. "D" of 76.  He was one of the lucky few of us who lived close enough to the school that he rode his bike to 76 on numerous occasions.  He never had to worry about getting there at the crack of dawn to secure a space on the block.  
When the year 2000 began, and we returned from Christmas vacation - I unofficially dubbed that year the year of Mike Mirkovic - MM.  He enjoyed me declaring that year in his honor.  
I have been retired from 76 for 5 years now but every time I visited the school I would always run into Mike and play catch up.  He would always seek me out when we had our annual Flea Market to remind me to save him the gold dollar coins.  
Mike, you are going to be greatly missed by all those who knew you, worked with you and loved you.  
I pray for the repose of your soul, and I also pray that your family are blessed with strength, courage and peace to get through this very difficult time.
Rest in Peace my friend, you are with God and the Angels now.  "Mr "D"
A candle was lit in remembrance
Christina Tserbis
October 5, 2019 3:38 AM
I was fortunate to be able to work with Mike on the same grade. He was always so helpful and kind...would always look out for all of us. Every morning he’d send a message asking if we needed coffee or breakfast...or we’d sit down to plan our week and he’d have a dish of chocolates because he knew we loved it! Just an example of how thoughtful and selfless he was. You would never know if something was wrong because he always had a smile on his face and put others first. Mike will be missed and remembered. May Mike Rest In Peace and may his memory remain eternal💛
Evan DiBenedetto
October 4, 2019 8:56 PM
Mike was kind, funny, considerate, caring and thoughtful. His students were as fortunate to have him as their teacher as I was as my colleague and friend. Despite his hardships he kept his sense of humor, smiled, and never complained. His outlook was always positive and he didn’t share too much about his personal life except for his pride and love for his children. You will be missed, Mike. May his family find comfort in knowing how well liked he was and the impact he had on all who knew him.
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