Michael Richard Widmer 2019

Michael Richard Widmer, 56, of Milwaukee, WI, died Saturday, February, 2, 2019, at his home. Michael was born June 29, 1962 in Chicago, IL, the son of Jeanette R. Widmer and Richard L. Widmer. He served in the United States Marine Corp for six years and was honorably discharged. Michael was also a surveyor, an avid gardener, a writer and a candle creator at his company, Surrealistic Dreams. He held a patent for the creation of his “Winter Trees” candle. Michael attended Zion United Church of Christ, was quick to lend a hand and when possible, provided monetary assistance to help others. He was positive, encouraging and had a kind and generous heart. Michael is survived by his mother, Jeanette R. Widmer of Chicago, IL, his sister, Janice L.Widmer of Naperville, IL, his sister Anna (Widmer) Quintana of Cambridge, WI, his aunt, Melba R. Widmer of Cedar Falls, IA, three nephews, Joseph R. and Rozaida Elarde, Colin W. Castleberry and Ryan W. Castleberry, two great nephews, Brandon and Caleb Elarde, and the wife of his heart, Anna Wanczycka. Michael was preceded in death by his sister, Cynthia S. (Widmer) Elarde, February 2, 1987, and his father, Richard L. Widmer, June 6, 2003. To send flowers or a remembrance gift to the family of Michael Widmer, please visit our Tribute Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Michael Richard Widmer 2019.

Source: Cremation Society of Milwaukee

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  1. So sad to hear he has passed on too soon. I only knew of him thru his candles. I just finished my last one which I had bought in 1995! Best candle ever.

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