Michael J. Mailloux


Michael J. Mailloux, 60, of Saratoga Springs, NY left this earth to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on January 26, 2021 at home surrounded by his family. He was born in Bridgeport, CT on November 1, 1960 to the late Armand and Eleanor (Kovalik) Mailloux. Mike graduated from Shepaug Valley High School, Washington, CT and attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

He was true to his engineering training at work and at home and dedicated over 30 years of service to the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program as an Electrical and Software Engineer at Bechtel Plant Machinery and Naval Nuclear Laboratory (Fluor Marine Propulsion, LLC) receiving awards in recognition of his contributions. He was greatly respected as a mentor and hard worker.

Michael was an active member of the Hope Church of Ballston Spa, NY; serving wherever he was needed as sound engineer, coffee preparation, pastoral research committee, website administration and enjoyed being part of the Christian Brigades, especially the father-son trips to Northern Frontier. He loved to plan and research whether projects around the house, building and making things, and adventures with his loved ones. He loved good food and watching movies - sharing clips he had recorded with kindred spirits. Most of all, he loved his family and he loved God.

He was predeceased by his son, Joshua Mailloux and brother, Steven Mailloux. Survivors include his wife of 29 years, Sandra Percey Mailloux, his children Hannah and Christian MacPherson of Milton, FL, Luke and Angelica Mailloux of New Port Richey, FL and Leah Mailloux of Middle Grove, NY. Mike is also survived by his siblings Alice and Paul Ernst of Woodbury, CT, Daniel Mailloux of Danbury, CT, and Paul and Michelle Mailloux of Rehoboth, MA.

The family would like to express their thanks and gratitude to the Community Hospice of Saratoga County as well as Dr. Pezzulo and his staff at Saratoga Hospital Palliative Care and Dr. Liebers and his staff at Saratoga Hospital Oncology.

A private Memorial service will be held Saturday, January 30, 2021 at 11 a.m., but others may attend virtually on Zoom. Email info@hopechurch.us for Zoom meeting information. A private burial will be at the family’s convenience. Memorial contributions may be made to Northern Frontier Camp, c/o Chris Studley, Director, 38 Cadwallader Ct., Yardley, PA 19067 or St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Guest Book

Marcia Gaige

Mike was a great guy he was always there for his family. I got to know him and his family when I was part of Hope Church. I’m sure you are in a great place where there is no more pain and are with your son. May you rest in peace.

Lance & Nancy Ware (Mesa, Arizona)

Mike, you were a great friend in college and beyond. I regret that the frequency of our phone conversations and meetings together diminished in later years. I will always remember you as a kind, caring person whom I never felt uncomfortable sharing my innermost thoughts with, and who would always try to lift me up and laugh at my jokes. You will be greatly missed.

Sandy and family, may God give you all the peace you need to fill this great hole in your lives. We are praying for you.

Love,
Lance & Nancy

Monica McMahon

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Michael was my cousin. I remember the times over gramam and papap’s with the 15 cousins running around and all the fun we had. Hold on to the loving memories of Michael and he will always remain with you.

We wish you healing and peace during this difficult time,
Mike and Monica McMahon

Jim Clevenstine

I remember Mike mostly from when he and I worked at BPMI, or "MAO" as it was in those days. He was a good man. He was thorough and detailed. And he was reliable, faithfully doing whatever he said he would. I enjoyed having a brother in the Lord working in our group!
Jim

The Daughtry's

I know we didn't get to know each other as much as I would have liked, however I feel as if I have known you through your Son Luke. I am so thankful you created a man with such honesty and faith.

Pat & Steven Turner

Sandy, Hannah, Leah, Luke we are overwhelmed with grief with Michael's struggle and death. But we are comforted knowing that, in God's timing, we all will be with Michael again. We love each one of you as friends, we love you in Christ and know that Christ loves you. We know that HE will comfort you.

Carol Frager

Alice and family, so sorry for your loss! My deepest sympathy to all of you!

Paul Marion

Mike, You were a great engineer. I enjoyed working with you over the years! I enjoyed our many talks and laughs. Rest in peace. You will be missed.
Your friend and coworker, Paul Marion

Mari Acton

My deepest sympathies go out to all of his family. Michael's family was my neighbors for many years in Roxbury. Mike, his siblings and I grew up together. I remember the many games of wiffleball in the front yard, the cookouts in the summertime always ending with us sitting around the fire and toasting marshmallows, the many card games that were played. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace, Michael.

Kathleen and Tom Adams

I am so very sorry for your loss