Nicholas Joseph Wissinger III

September 28, 1942October 15, 2020

Nicholas Joseph Wissinger III passed away on October 15, 2020 at the age of 78. He was the loving father of Nicholas (Christine) Wissinger IV and Shannon (Stirling) Garrett, cherished grandfather of Kaitlyn Smith, and loving companion of Sue Cherry.

A Memorial Visitation for Nicholas will be held on Saturday, October 31, 2020 from 10am until 2pm at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Road in Clinton Township, with a Sharing of Memories that will take place at noon.

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  • Nicholas (Christine) Wissinger IV, Son
  • Shannon (Stirling) Garrett, Daughter
  • Kaitlyn Smith, Granddaughter
  • Sue Cherry, Loving Companion

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Cheri Newman

October 31, 2020

Celebrate a life worth living. Nick was a great person and will be sorely missed. He added so much to every get together and euchre night. Always happy, always laughing and always sincerely glad to see you. And such a talent! I was truly amazed to watch him paint that perfect line when he pin striped a car. We will miss you, Nick. Our love and sympathies to the entire family but special hugs to Sue. We know how much you miss him.

Love, Cheri and Jim

Edward Gawlik

October 29, 2020

I first met Nick and the family, when my sister moved onto Carlisle in Detroit. I became best friends with Nicks brother Bob . I was about 11 years old. At my young age he inspired me greatly. I remember the custom cars parked in the street. His 63 1/2 galaxy was my dream car. His 1960 custom triumph was a classic. His brother and I would hand polish all the aluminum on the motor. When Nick started pinstriping he practiced on everything in the house. I had Nick put his talent to work on just about every car, motorcycle and boat I have had. He always made time for me. I even bowled with him , uncle Bob and at the time little Nick. Little Nick most of the time beat uncle Bob and I. Nick would call me all the time to see if things were going good , and to update me on the family. Thank you for everything you have done and all of the stories. Rest in peace. Your friend FAST EDDIE

Jerry Orlando

October 23, 2020

Will miss you nick. Always came to my shop since the early 70's to stripe our cars after repairs. Great guy. RIP my friend.

Rick Schultz

October 20, 2020

Such a wonderful man!!! Always had nice things to say about almost everyone. Always wanted to pay us in the pro shop, but we would say your Nick’s dad you pay for nothing. I will sure miss his visits, just a super person.


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