Micah “The Great” Piccinino, 46, of Pacific passed away at home on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Micah was born in St. Louis on October 18, 1972, to Becky Williams. Micah was an amazing father who always had time to share his life and delightfully devious sense of humor with his children and family. He taught them all the ingenuity and usefulness of a little electrical tape and wire and was a talented fantasy artist who could see the beauty in everything, collecting items that spoke to him and were a reflection of his extroverted outlook on life. His family will fondly remember long afternoons and nights enjoying his love of cinema with his 60 oz QuikTrip cup of 70% crushed ice and 30% Mountain Dew in his hand.
A visitation will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2019, from noon until time of service at 2pm at Nieburg-Vitt, Thiebes Funeral Home in Pacific. Interment will be private. Memorial donations are appreciated to assist with funeral expenses (please make checks payable to Becky Williams).
Micah is survived by his partner in life Angel Miller of Pacific; his mother, Becky Williams of Ballwin; four children, Kelsey Piccinino of Nashville, Tennessee, Jacob Piccinino of Nashville, Tennessee, Lexi Everhart of St. Louis, and Mason Piccinino of Pacific; unofficially adopted son, Tommy Remelius of Pacific; two siblings, Devon Williams of Pacific and Emily Williams of Ballwin; his maternal grandparents, John and Dorothy Henson of Ballwin; his niece Courtney Miller of Valley Park; his great niece, Lucille Sloan of Valley Park; a special aunt, Lisa Summers of Eureka; his devoted dog, Jewel, the only one who ALWAYS listened to him; other relatives; and many friends.