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Michael Paul Iarrobino passed away unexpectedly on July 12, 2017 as a result of complications from pancreatic cancer, surrounded by his loving family. A resident of Largo, Florida, and formerly of Easton, Massachusetts, he is survived by his devoted son Michael Patrick and wife Annie of Bowie, Maryland, and his loving brother Thomas and wife Ann of Mansfield, Massachusetts. Born November 17, 1951, he was the younger son of the late Nicholas and Margaret (Feeney) Iarrobino of Norton, MA, and former husband of Gail Miller Iarrobino. He was the nephew of the late Katherine (Kitty) Feeney, Mary Ennis, and Eileen Lane of Norwood, Margaret and the late Anthony Ferreer of Somerville, the late Patrick Iarrobino of Norton, John Iarrobino of Largo, FL, and had many loving cousins.

Before moving to Florida, Michael was a lifelong resident of Easton and Norton, and was Chef at the family-owned Tally Ho Restaurant and Lounge in Easton during the 1970s before opening the Tally-Ho II in the mid-1990s. He would later go on to opening Legends Restaurant in Norton. He was an avid golfer and remained loyal to all New England sports teams, especially the Patriots. After moving to Florida in the early 2000s, he became the Supervisor of Golf and Park Operations of Fairway Village, and enjoyed spending time with his son and daughter-in-law who visited frequently. Michael was highly regarded by his many friends and family for his caring nature and quick wit, which will truly be missed.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the memorial service on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 11 a.m. at Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services 605 Washington Street (Rt.138), Easton. A private family interment will follow in South Easton Cemetery, Washington St., Easton. In lieu of flowers, donations in Michael's memory may be made to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, under "Wage Hope My Way" fundraisers. http://support.pancan.org/site/TR/DIY/DIYTeamraisers?px=2387744&pg=personal&fr_id=1081