Michael Joseph Erwin, 65, of Carver died Saturday May 4, 2013 of a heart attack resulting in a one-car accident. Michael was born on April 2, 1948, in Quincy. The son of a career Army Officer, Mike traveled extensively within the United States and across Germany. After graduating High School in Alexandria, Virginia, he joined the Navy where he was a Third Class Petty Officer. After serving in the Navy, Mike worked as a General Motors Mechanic, a Systems Trouble Shooter for the Foxboro Company and as a Systems Facilitator for Schlumberger Electronics. After working for Schlum- berger for eleven years, Mike settle down and opened a Feed business, working out of his father's farm Char-Mar Stables. Mike had a passion for the outdoors and became a member and instructor at the Wankinquoah Rod and Gun Club located in Middleboro, Massachusetts. He became a state and international instructor for gun safety and was instrumental in building the clubs state-of-the-art indoor shooting range. He is preceded in death by his parents, Colonel Charles and Marion Erwin of Carver. Mike is survived by his brother Brian Erwin of Chesapeake, VA, and two sisters Mary Erwin of Taunton, and Nancy Barr of Plymouth. Mr. Erwin will be interred at the Massachusetts National Cemetery with a private service. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a
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Published in The Patriot Ledger on May 14, 2013