Lee
Sciurba Lee Michael "Breeze" August 15, 1942 - September 10, 2010 Myke was a life-long resident of the South Bay, growing up in Hawthorne. He attended Juan de Anza, Richard Henry Dana and was a 1960 graduate of Hawthorne High. He has resided in Redondo Beach for 15 years. He was hired by Southern California Edison on his 18th birthday and retired after 34 years, in 1994. He and his wife, Helen, have shared 29 years of love and laughter. He is also survived by his mother, Teresa Sciurba; daughter, Charlot (Scott) Bare; sons Michael Sciurba and Jimmy (Michelle) Sciurba; step-son Ben Tollison and step-daughter Theresa (Mike) Mariani. Myke has 9 grandchildren, Jeremy, Corine (Chad), Matthew, Elizabeth, Ashley, Marissa, Lauren Molly and Liam and 3 great-grandchildren, Madison, Phoenix and Ryder. Also surviving him are his sister Donna (Steve) Speer, brothers Leon (Roseanne) Sciurba and Philip Sciurba and several aunts, uncles, numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. He brought laughter, wit and love to all who knew him. A Celebration of Life will be held at Rice Mortuary on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 2:00 PM. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The American Diabetes Association and The American Liver Foundation.

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  1. I am so so sorry to hear about Myke. I saw the entry 1st on cougartown & remember him at the Cruise Nites in the last few years. His friendly ways were appreciated by all & he will be missed I know. Take care Helen. Camille (Hill)

  2. Helen and family I am so sorry for your loss. I wasn’t able to make the trip but I have the best memories of Myke..from the first day that I meet the Sciurba family (1973), he called me Roxanne, there was never a dull moment with Myke, at our wedding he was center stage kneeling on the alter, with Hi Mom Hi Dad on the bottom of his shoes. He will be missed and loved forever..He was awesome !!

  3. I was Myke’s groundman for 4 years with the Edison company. He made it fun to come to work. He will be missed. Please accept my condolence to the family. Marcus Bland

  4. Hello Scuirba Family! I read about Myke in the DB, sorry to hear it. I was Jennifer’s best friend at Hawthorne.My Condolences to All of you…Diane

  5. I was very sorry that Breeze had passed and wanted to add my condolences to his loved one’s. I was very fortunate to have worked with him for many years at Edison, and thought the world of him, and his great personnality. Always left us laughing. I retired in 2006, and moved to a wonderful place in Oregon. Kenneth Sherrill

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