Michael "Mike" Watters
September 14, 1955 - June 1, 2020
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Michael “Mike” Watters, 64, Kewaunee, died on Monday, June 1, 2020. He was born on September 14, 1955, to James and Shirley (Dieck) Watters. He graduated from Appleton East High School in 1973. After high school Mike moved to Big Sandy, TX, where he attended Ambassador College and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Agri-Business.…

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Steve Cole left a message on June 9, 2020:
I was so sorry to hear of Mike's passing. My condolences to family and friends. As single guys in the church Mike and I spent a couple of Feasts rooming together and remained good friends throughout the years and during some challenging times. One Feast trip was to Cape Cod where we stayed in a really cool little cottage. We returned to Wisconsin by way of Maine, Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, and Sault St. Marie. We hiked part of the Appalachian Trail, camped out in Maine, and took a morning dip in the world's coldest lake. Definitely refreshing! On the way to Cape Cod we took a detour through Toronto where Mike was interviewing/being interviewed by some guy in the fertilizing/feed business. It was mostly Greek to me, but I was totally amazed by Mike's knowledge on the subject...awesome! That was a good trip. I'm not exactly sure how this might apply, but Psalm 30:5 says, "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning." So I'm not saying good-bye. I'm saying, "Good night, Mike. I'll see you in the morning." Steve Cole
Janice Gregory (Weiner) left a message on June 3, 2020:
Was a shock to hear this. We had known each other since grade school. Mike was an excellent stand-in for a date and attended many church functions as teenagers together. As the course of adult live took over, we lost contact with each other. Now it will be goodbye, but never forgotten,
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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