He was born Aug. 2, 1946, in Newark, N.J. He attended Summit High School, where he was on the football and track teams. At Princeton he majored in basic engineering, was on the 150-pound football team and the freshman lacrosse team, and ate at Cannon. After Princeton he joined the Navy.
Mickey had an illustrious career in construction consulting and architecture, and more recently, he owned and operated Landmark Realty in Summit. He was a sports enthusiast and loved coaching football, baseball, and basketball through the years in Millburn-Short Hills, Summit, and New Providence. He was also involved in politics and served as both a committee member and mayor of Millburn-Short Hills and as councilman for the City of Summit.
Mickey is survived by his wife, Joanne; his son Ryan and his wife Arely; his grandchildren, Dylan and Amy; and his mother, Eugenia Vernotico. To them, the class extends its profound sympathies.