Max Wilford (Wiggie) Wiglesworth

Funeral services for Max Wilford (Wiggie) Wiglesworth, 86, Lawrence, will be 2 pm Sunday, February 8, 2015, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.

He died Wednesday February 4, 2015, at Golden Living Nursing Center, in Edwardsville, KS.

Max was born April 30, 1928, in Winifred, KS, the son of Virgil and Myrtle Elliott Wiglesworth.

He married Judy Ann Kelly, on January 10, 1975, in Leavenworth Kansas. She survives of the home.

Mr. Wiglesworth was in the Air Force during the Korean War. Later he became a long time member of the American Legion in Lawrence.

Survivors include his wife Judy; son Wayne Page; four grandchildren; and one great granddaughter.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Legion, sent in care of the funeral home.

Messages & Condolences

From Hank & Betty Ann Sipple...

Would like to send you and your family our deepest sympathy in your loss.

From Missy Montgomery Arnett...

Dear Judy and family,
Wiggie was one of the kindest and fun fellows in my dad’s Lawrence circle of friends. I will always treasure his visit just after Daddy’s death when he came by the house with pictures and stories of my dad to share with me. A very fine gentleman who will be missed by so many.

From Chuck and Cindy (Jellison) Scholander...

Judy and family…our hearts go out to you at this time. Wiggie will be dearly missed…I remember many times growing up when he would make all of us laugh…especially when I was with Ellen, Gayle and Annie while waiting to go to the KU football games! We’d eat lunch at the Legion, catch the bus, watch the game and come home laughing! We will hold you and your family in our prayers…

From Love, Gayle, Greg and Garrett Daniels (Hornberger)...

Dear Judy and Wayne, Our hearts reach out to comfort you and also to all of the “old gang”. Wiggie will always be remembered for being such a fun loving man. I always enjoyed talking to him and hearing the stories that he had to tell. So many fond memories of him – from when I was a little girl (baseball days, breakfast at the Virginia Inn, all the parties, good times at the Legion, and so much more) to an adult. You will always hold a special place in our hearts. The golf balls are flying in heaven today. Thinking of you all. Love, Gayle, Greg and Garrett

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