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BATON ROUGE — The tide has fallen for the last time for oyster magnate and seafood expert Mike Voisin, who died Saturday morning after fighting for slightly more than a week to recover from a massive heart condition.

Voisin, 59, a Houma resident and owner of Motivatit Seafoods, died at 10:38 a.m. at Terrebonne General Medical Center.
Mike Voisin of Houma, advocate for La. seafood, has died | HoumaToday.com
http://www.louisianaseafoodnews.com/2013/02/02/mike-voisins-strong-calm-seafood-voice-goes-silent/



Mike was a great guy and family friend. He landed my dad his first job in the US when he came from Cuba. He was a great family man who cared for his family greatly.

Anyone who worked in the oyster business knew who he was, and how he fought for the people he loved and worked with. People from Houma to D.C have been impacted by Mike, and he saved a few lives in the process. Sad day. Seafood wont taste as good.
 

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