Michael Rosenthal

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MICHAEL JAMES ROSENTHAL, 55 of Daggett passed away Tuesday morning October 31, 2017. Michael was born on May 14, 1962 in Appleton, WI. He was a loving husband and father to his son and daughter. He was an avid deer hunter and fisherman. Mike loved the Detroit Lions and had a big fascination for Bigfoot and John Wayne.

Survivors include his wife: Jodi (Frisque) Rosenthal; son: Cody (Tiffany Griswold) Rosenthal; daughter: Amanda (Justin Jacoby) Rosenthal; brother: Charles (Sherry) Rosenthal and their children: Christina and Jennifer and families; his nieces: Tiffany Pratt and Jean; his nephew: Jerry Pratt; mother in law: Joyce Frisque; sisters in law: Dorena Frisque and Alice (Don) Holsten and their children: Emily, Holly, Dennis, Kassie, Paige and Brayden; and brother in law: Dale (friend Penny) Frisque. He is further survived by his pets: Sadie, Lucky, Boots, Peaches and his fish and chickens. Mike was preceded in death by his parents: Walter and Helen; father in law: Vincent Frisque; brothers and sisters.

Family will receive friends at Anderson Diehm Funeral Home, Stephenson on Friday November 3, 2017 after 3:00 pm until time of Funeral Service at 5:00 pm with Father Jacek Wtyklo officiating. A luncheon will follow at St. Bruno’s Catholic Church in Nadeau.



  1. Matt Miller Gross  November 8, 2017

    My great friend, BEAR. I will miss you and the many times we had in Stephenson and in Iron Mountain back in the mid 1980’s. Sad to see us not go fishing again or to trap Bigfoot, but you are in a much better place now. Godspeed my brother and tell my grandparents hi for me. -Matt

  2. Todd Rogers  November 2, 2017

    My prayers go out to the Rosenthal family. Bear, you will be missed.You touched so many lives and made so many people smile and laugh including mine. You know that you and Chuck were not only my friends, but you guys are like brothers to me. You will always be with us. Love you Big Guy, Rest in Peace.

  3. loriand greg maas  November 2, 2017

    so very sorry to hear of bears passing god bless your family