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Alton Wraight

Alton Wraight

Monday, November 18th, 1940 Thursday, September 3rd, 2020

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Obituary for Alton V. Wraight

Homestead – Alton V. Wraight, 79, of Homestead, Wis., passed away, Thursday, September 3, 2020, at Dickinson County Healthcare System, Iron Mountain, Mich.

He was born November 18, 1940, in Wyandotte, Mich. son of the late Vernon and Doris “Maxine” (Higley) Wraight. Alton grew up and was raised in Wyandotte and graduated from Roosevelt High School, class of 1958. He worked all of his life as an automobile mechanic in both Wyandotte and Adrian, Mich. and early on he eventually moved to Romulus, Mich. where he continued as a mechanic and operated his family farm. Alton worked for Dick Genthe Chevrolet, Southgate, Mich., for many years before retiring. In 1992 Alton moved to Carleton, Mich. where he lived in a farmhouse and continued his hobby. In 2015 he moved to Homestead, Wis.

Over the years he enjoyed woodworking, gardening, flowers, fishing, the outdoors, and time spent with his family and friends.

He is survived by his special friend and companion, Arlene Lillo; one son Jerry Wraight, Carleton, Mich.; one daughter Kelly Oliver, Carleton, Mich.; one sister Deanna (Phil), of Harris, Mich.; seven grandchildren, Kylie, Eric, Kayla, Kristina, Angella, Krystal and Jeremy; one niece, Audra Combs; two cousins, Kathy and Sharon Higley; and by numerous other family and friends.

In addition to his parents, Alton was preceded in death by one daughter, Dawn (Kevin) Gilstorff.

In accordance with Alton’s wishes, private family services will be held.

You may leave a condolence or tribute for Alton’s family online at www.JacobsFuneralHomes.com.

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Patty Griesbach

Soo sorry for you loss God gained another Angel. We met Al and seemed like a very nice guy, my sister Arlene loved him dearly. They were both happy to have each other, I will never forget the beautiful rock display he built for me that I bought from him. R.IP Al. Hugs and prayers to my sister Arlene and to the rest our his family. He will be missed by many. Love ❤️ you Arlene need anything call. Mike and Parry Griesbach
Comment | Posted at 01:32am via Condolence
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Georgette Crews

I never met Al, but he was a very special man in my Aunt Arlene's life. She enjoyed living with him and sharing a home and taking care of him. She truly seemed happy and I know she will miss him. My heart goes out to you, Aunt Arlene. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers now you have another angel in Heaven watching over you. Stay close to God to get you through this difficult time.

Love,

Georgette, Jody & Cody Crews
Comment | Posted at 12:15pm via Condolence
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kathy w

was sorry to hear of als passing .knew him for almost 50 years we all moved to carleton in 1992 we helped them move into there home that was being built. was a nice friendship when he moved away we lost touch. about 2 years ago he called me from out of the blue to just say hi and say he was glad i was his friend and he missed me. lots of great fun memories to remember him by . rest in peace al ride your tractor up there and enjoy the peace now . to the family my prayers to you all love and respect kathy and randy and family
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