This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Michael Wilkett who was born on May 01, 1983 and passed away on March 16, 2005 at the age of 21. We will remember him forever.
"...On the night the Angel came and took your hand, We cried as you left for an unknown land.
But Heaven rejoiced as you came into sight, For your soul was a diamond, shining so bright..."
Michael was born in Missouri to the very proud parents, Lisa and Mike Wilkett. Michael also was given a beautiful sister, Nicole "Nikki", when he was around 2 years old.
Michael is the oldest grandchild of Cathy Gullett, and has a bunch of cousins that he loved to be with! He also has the best aunts and uncles in the world! His family cared alot about him, and he had a special place in his heart for each and everyone of them, especially his cousin Brittany, whom he has been very close to since birth.
Michael was the type of person that you don't meet very often. He was always so friendly, up-beat, and positive about everything. Michael had a smile that could light up a room, and a heart the size of Texas. If you were ever having a bad day, you could always count on Michael to help you through it, and make you laugh a little along the way. Because of his amazing personality, he has alot of great friends, that he could always count on to cheer him up when his chips were down.
Michael may have passed away, but he will always and forever be in the hearts of each and everyone of us who knew him.
We Love and miss you Michael!!
"For God So Loved The World, That He Gave His Only Begotten Son, That Whosever Believed In Him Should Not Perish, But Have Everlasting Life" JOHN 3:16
Michael Andrew Wilkett Obituary Michael Andrew Wilkett, 21, of Hoxie, died March 16, 2005, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Born in Independence, Mo., he moved to Hoxie in early life. A 2002 graduate of Hoxie High School, he was a freshman at Black River Technical College and a member of New Beginnings Church in Hoxie.
Survivors include his mother, Lisa Wilkett, Hoxie; his father, Mike Wilkett, Florida; three sisters, Nikki Wilkett, Hoxie, and Olivia Wilkett and Caty Wilkett, both of Florida; his grandmother, Cathy Gullett, Hoxie; his grandfather, Darrell Snedker, Swifton; his grandparents, William and Faye Wilkett, Ohio; aunts and uncles, Rance and Teresa Gullett, Donnie and Becky Jacobs, Kathy Butler, Leonard and Lana Richey, Chris Brassfield, Stephen Gullett, Darrel and Ashley Snedker, Greg and Jodi Wilkett, Allen and Barbie Wilkett; and cousins, Jeffery, Brittany, Maegon, Alicia, Matthew, Courtney, Teron, Levi, Tyler, Jett, Shelbie, Cody, Austin, Jessica, Lauren, Jostin and Chesney.
Funeral was Sunday at 2 p.m. at New Life Cathedral Church in Hoxie with Rick Anglin and Nick Troutman officiating. Burial was in Markham Cemetery under the direction of House-Gregg Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were Matthew Travis, Jeffery Gullett, Chris Bullard, Caleb Wall, Cody Maxie, John Youngman, Jeremy Johnson and Jordan Richardson. Honorary pallbearers were the Hoxie High School Classes of 2001 and 2002. 2005-03-16 --As printed in The Times Dispatch
Aunt Lana - I Miss You / Aunt Lana (Aunt)
My Precious Michael, Where do I begin to tell you how much we all miss you. It's hard to imagine the rest of our lives without you. I know how selfish that sounds, but I still can't reason with myself why your gone. I can only hope you know how much ...
Missing You / Brittany Richey (cousin)
Hey Michael. I wanted to write and tell you how much I miss and love you. Not a day goes by that I don't think of you or look at you. I wish you were still here because there are so many more memories I wanted us to have. I know you are better of...
Sorry / Stephanie Greer (Friend)
Michael was a great person! He never seemed to care about his problems when there was a friend in need. The last real conversation I had with Michael is one that I will NEVER forget. I asked if he was scared and said "...not for me....
From ASWF Wrestling / Aaron Polston
Hello, We at ASWF were sorry hear about Michael's passing, he was more than a friend, he was like family to all of us. His battle inspired us all, to keep fighting every day no matter what life puts in our way. I had seen him at Wal-Mart on...
Love Lives On by Mallory Hope / Brittany Richey (cousin)
i reached for you this morning woke up with empty arms once again it's sinking in how far away you are i still pour two cups of coffee and tell you all about my dreams this kitchen's way to quiet you should s...