Michael Cotton Obituary, TX, Michael Cotton has Reportedly Passed Away

Michael Cotton Obituary, Death – His parents, John and Marie (Keating) Cotton, died before he was born in Waltham on February 20, 1944. Michael has always lived in Waltham. Michael graduated from Waltham High School in 1962. Michael attended Waltham High. He graduated from Bentley College. Michael participated in the Vietnam War for four years after being conscripted in 1964. He joined the Military Police and rose quickly, becoming a skilled pistol and rifle shooter. Michael married Marie Diane DeFuria, his lifelong love, in September 1973. They would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this September.

Michael started his job after leaving the service. Charles Manero Catering on Felton Street in Waltham was his first job. He learned about canteen trucks there. He began his hospitality career soon after. Michael started his own deli and sandwich restaurants. Bagels & Bunz, Booze & Bunz, and The Sub Factory are restaurants. His first liquor business, Booze & Bunz, opened in 1979. He renamed the business Michael’s Liquors and moved it to Waverly Oaks Road. Both adjustments occurred shortly after the initial occurrence. His store’s Budweiser sales soon outpaced the city’s.

Michael became a “landlord” after buying many Waltham multi-family homes. His second business began here. He got his real estate license in 1990 and started building multimillion-dollar homes in Bedford, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Both states had these features. Mayor Clark appointed Michael to the ZBA on February 28, 1983. Michael had the longest continuous membership in the organization where he is now Vice Chairman. For years, he coached the Warrendale baseball team and helped his friends, family, and employees decorate the Waltham Common for the holidays.