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Michael Twigg (1951 – 2010)

Michael E. Twigg age 59 a resident of Burlington WI died Sunday December 26th 2010 at Mt. Carmel Medical and Rehab Center in Burlington WI.

Born on August 29th 1951 in Fort Dodge Iowa, he was the son of the late Eugene M. Twigg and M. Anne Messerlie.

He was educated in the schools of the Racine and Kenosha area. He moved to Wyoming in 1977 where he was employed as a teacher’s aide for emotionally challenged teenage boys. He moved back to WI in 1997 where he would work for various group homes in the Kenosha/Racine area. He retired due to his failing health.

He was known as a caring compassionate man, who loved the elderly as well as all animals. He particularly loved wolves and collected things pertaining to them. He also loved the outdoors, camping, and especially the mountains of Wyoming.

He is survived by his mother Anne Twigg of Kenosha, two brothers; John Twigg and Tom (Dina) Twigg both of Kenosha, and one sister Pat (Jerry) Rompesky of Kansasville WI. He is further survived by many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, and two uncles Frank and Jim Messerlie. Services will be private.

The family of Michael would like to thank Dr. Sandra Billingsley for her many years of understanding, compassion and personalized care while caring for and guiding Michael.

Michael always said ?You were his angel on earth?.

A special thank you to Hospice Advantage Team for not only being there for Michael but also for his family.

One comment

  1. Sandy Ingram Replogle March 25, 2014 at 5:50 pm

    I was so very sorry to learn of Michael’s passing. I have been searching for him on line for several years, and finally came across this obituary.
    I knew Michael very well when he was living in Cheyenne. He was a volunteer for the Rape Crisis Center there, where I served as the Director. He was also the caregiver for my infant daughter, Megan, after she was born in 1985; Michael came to my home and provided care for her while I was at work. Michael also traveled with me and my family to California when we moved back here, and I had the pleasure of taking him on his first trip to Disneyland.
    I did notice that there is no mention of Michael’s son, Nathaniel; can anyone tell me what became of him? He should be around 30 years old now; he was my daughter’s very first playmate.
    Michael was a wonderful, caring and kind man, and I am so very sorry that he is no longer with us.

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