michael d. nassise

Mike's Yak 7v

a nassise cessna airmaster
bones shot
from 2020 cookup on hpa
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Michael D. Nassise
December 25, 1940 - November 23, 2019  

We learned that the long-time editor of the “Tailspin” newsletter, Mike Nassise passed away in late November. Besides editing the newsletter, Mike drew dozens and dozens of plans for the issues. He certainly has many, many admirers of his plans as they build well and fly well, too. He was elected to the FAC (Flying Aces Club) Hall of Fame in 2006. We certainly have lost another giant.

Michael D. Nassise December 25, 1940 - November 23, 2019 EASTON——Michael D. Nassise, 78, a resident of Easton for the past 49 years passed away, Saturday, November 23, 2019, at home under the care of his family. He was the husband of Cecile A. (Giorgio) Nassise of Easton for 56 years. Born in New York, New York, a son of the late Dominic and Mildred (Breen) Nassise, he was raised in Roslindale and was a graduate of Boston Latin High School. He continued his education at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy earning a bachelor's degree and furthered his education at Boston State College earning a master's degree in education.

Michael was employed for 32 years by the Town of Stoughton and was the Director of National & Applied Science's for the Stoughton Public Schools and taught advanced chemistry for 11th and 12th grade students. A licensed pharmacist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts he worked part-time for 20 years at Milton Hospital.

Michael was the editor of the Tailspin Newspaper, a member of the Flying Aces Air Club and was a member of the model airplane club.