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Argersinger, Wilbur William 6/29/1950 - 5/14/2019 Ann Arbor Wilbur William Argersinger passed away on May 14, 2019 after a long fight with renal cell cancer. He was born in Ann Arbor on June 29,1950 to Amelia and Edward M. Argersinger. He attended Ann Arbor schools, St. John Military Academy, and graduated from the University of Michigan as a civil engineer. No one enjoyed a round of golf, an "occasional cocktail", a cattlemen's cut of beef, or a wager on pretty much anything, more than Wilbur. He achieved the rank of Gold Life Master in Bridge (one of his proudest achievements) and maintained a single digit handicap or better for years at his beloved Barton Hills Country Club. He is preceded in death by his parents and twin sisters. He is survived by his wife, Christine Everett Argersinger, his sons and daughter, William E. (Alana) Argersinger, Anne Argersinger and Samuel J. (Amy) Argersinger. He will also be fondly remembered by sisters, Katherine Grant and Pamela (Zeke) Ziegel, and brothers, Charles (Laura) Argersinger and Edward (Linda) Argersinger. He had four grandchildren, Ellen and Millie Argersinger, and Andrew and William Hayes, all of whom he loved dearly and were the reason why he always kept a healthy supply of jelly beans. We want to thank and recognize the many health care professionals at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, especially Dr. Peter Fisher, Dr. Nicholas Mackler, Dr. Edward Washabaugh, Dr. Eric Straka, Dawn Gatewood and countless dedicated nurses for their extraordinary compassion and care for eight and a half years. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate contributions be made in Wilbur's memory to Seedlings (POBOX 51924, Livonia, MI 48151-5924), or Ele's Place (3526 W. Liberty Rd., Suite 200, Ann Arbor, MI 48103). A memorial service will be arranged at a later date.
Published in Ann Arbor News on May 16, 2019
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