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Mr. Herman A. Wickenheiser
  • St Joseph Catholic Church
    9147 Joseph St.
    Maybee, MI 48159

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“Joe, I just learned of your father's passing. Please know that you and your family are in out thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Cherish...Read More »
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“TO: Jan and her Family Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times........................ FROM: Angel,...Read More »
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“Dear Marilyn & family, So sorry to hear about Herman. I know you all, lovingly took care of his every earthly need until God's angels brought him to...Read More »
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“Karen & Family, We're out of town for the 4th of July but want to express our sincere sympathy to you on the loss of your Dad. Dave & Denise ”
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“Karen & family. Please accept our sympathy for your lost.& also your family. May he Rest In Peace. Lou & Peggy Rosenberg ”
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Herman A. Wickenheiser, age 88, of Carleton, MI, passed away Thursday July 4, 2013 at Mercy Memorial Hospital, he had been in declining health.
Herman was born November 28, 1924 in Maybee to Frank J. and Ursula (Bruck) Wickenheiser. He graduated from Carleton High School and married Marilyn Cousino January 24, 1953 at St Charles Catholic Church in Newport.
Herman was a life time Farmer and was a Tool & Die Maker at Ford Motor Co. Woodhaven; he retired from Ford in 1986 after 22 years of service. Herman served as past Trustee, Treasurer and Supervisor of Exeter Township and was also a volunteer fireman for Exeter Twp. He also was a member of St Joseph Catholic Church Maybee and was a private pilot. Herman loved farming and enjoyed spending time with his family.
Herman is survived by his wife Marilyn; children, Tim (Mary) Wickenheiser of Cleveland, OH, Joe (Maureen) Wickenheiser of Carleton, Karen Bayer of Monroe, Mary Chris (Bill) Olshelfske of Ypsilanti, Jeanne (Bob) Lange of Maybee, Laurie (Ken) White of Ottawa Lake, MI and Jan Evanski of Monroe; sisters, Sarah Waterstradt of Maybee and Frances Przybylo of Carleton, 24 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren. Herman was preceded in death by his parents, infant brothers, Robert and Francis; sisters, Emma Hoffman, Corky Szuma and Mary Sims.