Michael R. Rocheleau, 58, of East Falmouth died July 16.

He was born in Norfolk, Virginia, the son of Edmond T. and Jacqueline (Goulet) Rocheleau.

Mr. Rocheleau was a fisherman and a member of the Falmouth Shellfishermen’s Association. He had worked as a cook at local restaurants.

An avid skier, he also loved hockey and played goalie for a men’s team during the 1980s and ’90s.

He was accomplished as a landscaper, especially utilizing brick and stone.

In addition to his mother, he leaves his daughter, Mikayla Rocheleau, and her mother, Luanne Butler; two sisters, Michelle Joseph and Monique Rice; a brother, Mathieu Rocheleau; several nieces and nephews; and other family.

He was predeceased by his father; and by his brother Marc Rocheleau.

No services had been determined as of press time.

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Paul Montague

So sorry for your loss. I appreciated his commitment to the shellfish resource.

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