OBITUARY

Michael George WIEGERS

October 25, 1943February 6, 2021

Michael G. Wiegers, age 77, passed away on Saturday, February 6, 2021, in Fort Myers, FL, at Gulf Coast Medical Center, after sugery complications. He was born on October 25, 1943, in Menominee, Michigan, to George W. and Bernice (Prudhomme) Wiegers.

He lived in Marinette, Wisconsin, during most of his school years. Mike joined the United States Air Force and proudly served from April 1965 until April 1971. Mike received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Northern Illinois University in May 1973. He married Eleanor Joan (Verstynen) Moorhous on July 27, 1973. At that time he began his marketing career working for Honeywell in Peoria, IL. He continued working in the marketing field, relocating to Texas, Louisiana and Chicago, until his retirement in 2002. Mike and Jo relocated permanently to Fort Myers in 2009.

Mike was predeceased by his parents, and his brothers Ronald and George Wiegers. Mike is survived by his wife Eleanor, his stepchildren Deborah (Michael) Ingold and Bradley Moorhous; his sister, Judy Wilde and his sister-in-law Fran Wiegers; his grandchildren Kayla (David Pucci) Raisor, Faith (Rafa) Mendoza, Charity (Charles) Van Galder, Josiah Moorhous and Isaiah Moorhous; his great grandchildren Aiden Mendoza and Franklin Pucci. He is also survived by two nieces and three nephews and their spouses and children.

Mike loved his family and his friends who became like family. He loved to fish and hunt. He will be dearly missed.

A memorial service and burial at Sarasota National Cemetery will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warrior Project or Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

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Dot McArthur

February 9, 2021

I am so Blessed to have had Mike as a friend. He made everyone feel welcome, I have so much love and respect for him. He will be missed by all. My trips to Florida won't be the same.
Thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.
Love, Dot McArthur

Don & Jackie Acuff

February 9, 2021

Mike was not only a wonderful friend, But, we considered him Family.
He was a man of many wonders,
He was a great hunter, Fisherman,
And a good store teller that kept us entertained.
He offered us many helpful suggestions for Here in Florida and gave Donnie hints and ideas about fishing.
We enjoyed so many wonderful dinners get together’s and him and Jo hosting Super Bowl parties.
We will miss you dear friend and hope you rest in peace.
Much love Donnie and JACKIE

Wil Morse

February 9, 2021

RIP my great friend, many pinnacle games were won by you and I. You had such great bidding skills. See you at that great table up above.
Love you buddy!!

Joan Andersen

February 9, 2021

Al and I have so many wonderful memories of Mike. Al will miss the many hunts he and Mike were still going to have and just the great friendship they had over the over 50 years of knowing him. Both of us loved him like a brother!! Can't imagine life without him. Rest in peace, Mike!

Fran Wiegers

February 8, 2021

Though not being able to visit for some time our family aways thought of Mike and his doings. He always was a good brother, uncle and brother in law Somany good memories of old times Fishing trip with his brother and nephews was something they wanted to do again. Mike and Ron can now I joy time together to talk of fishing and hunting. Peace and Love Fran

Bob McArthur

February 8, 2021

I met Mike and Jo when we moved to Fort Myers from NH our backyards touched. We were instant friends we both enjoyed hunting fishing and family. We swapped most of our hunting and fishing stories and occasionally went shooting together. I always admired Mike's family values and would go to mass with him when we visited after moving back to New Hampshire. I will certainly miss Mike and his easy going attitude. There is no doubt Mike went directly to Heaven. I know he will share with me all the good fishing spots he finds when I arrive in Heaven also.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY