MILLBURY, Ma. — The RV community mourns the loss of Mike Cammuso, founder and owner of RVs R Us. Cammuso, 59, passed away suddenly last week at UMASS Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, after a very sudden illness.
He leaves his beloved wife, Rita C. (Rock) Cammuso; three sons, Michael J. Cammuso Jr. and his wife, Erica (Henault) Cammuso, Daniel Cammuso and his wife, Ariel (Gagnon) Cammuso, and Jonathan Cammuso; his parents, Frank and Constance(Laime) Cammuso of Millbury; a sister-in-law, Kathy Cammuso Boucher of Mendon and many loved ones. He is predeceased by a brother, Frank Cammuso;.
Cammuso was a fun loving husband, father and friend and will be remembered for the path he led helping people every chance he got. He was the owner of Rv’s R Us in Oxford. He started his company from the ground up in 1996, working on all makes and models of campers.
When he wasn’t working hard he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. As a family the Cammuso’s started tractor pulling in Sutton at Waters Farm fall festival. This grew to be a passion he held near to his heart. He met so many great friends, tractor pulling for over 15 years in the Massachusett area.
If you knew Cammuso, you know that all his antique tractors were restored to showroom condition. He always took great pride with any project he started.
In the past few years he enjoyed hunting with his son Dan. He had a spot he particularly liked in Stratford, New Hampshire. Cammuso also had a passion for cooking! He had over 10 different smoker grills for cooking BBQ. “Smokin Mike!” he was named.
He met his wife, Rita at the age of 6-years-old. They were next door neighbors, and as they grew older, they grew closer. They dated for five years and were married for 35! A lifelong relationship like that is rare in today’s day in age. Rita was the love of his life!
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. To view Mike Cammuso’s Tribute and Guestbook please visit: www.mulhane.com.
SOURCE: Worcester Telegram & Gazette article