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Dr. Tom Siegel

September 6, 1964 - January 10, 2018
Mayville Park Pavilion
475 Park St.
Mayville, WI 53050
Saturday 1/20, 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
St. Mary Catholic Church
112 S. German St.
Mayville, WI 53050
Saturday 1/20, 11:00 am

From his birth on September 6, 1964 in Milwaukee, until his passing on January 10, 2018 in Mayville, Tom filled the lives of those around him with joy. He grew up in Wauwatosa and graduated from Messmer High School. He decided to pursue his passion of caring for others. He graduated from Northwestern College ofContinue Reading

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Gina Harron left a message on March 19, 2018:
Dr. Siegel, Rest In Peace. You were the kindness and best chiropractor I have ever known as a Nurse. You always put me back together visit after visit for the last 8 years. I shall miss you dearly. Dear family of Dr Siegel- he talked of you often and with love. We shared family stories of the kids all the time. He was a delight and the love he had for you was there. I felt it and I didnt physically know you. God help you all through this difficult time. I will have a Mass said for his soul. Rest In Peace dear Dr. I shall miss your smiling face, your easy conversation, and healing hands!
Tricia Boehlke left a message on February 23, 2018:
The entire Siegel family, Im finding out about Tom's passing today. I had been a patient of Tom's since 2013 and was always greeted with his bigger than life personality. I'm heart broken at the thought that I wil not be able to see his bright smile anymore. I know he loved his wife and kids beyond this world as he often talked about all the great things in life they were doing, the airplane birthday party (he was so excited about this). My prayers are with you as you move on in this world without Tom's light, but I know he will be there in spirit with you each day going through your lives here on earth. Please accept my prayers and condolences.
Mark Harvey left a message on February 19, 2018:
Dear Mrs. Siegel and family,
Dr. Siegel was my chiropractor. I called him "Doc". He always greeted me with a smile and firm handshake. We shared stories of motorcycling. I know he was looking for a Honda Goldwing like mine. The last time I saw him was when I departed from Hartford and was enroute to Montana on my bike Jokingly, he said he was going to jump on the back and go along. He came to the clinic vestibule and gave me a thumbs up as I rode away. He was an awesome chiropractor but more importantly he was a friend. He will not be forgotten. I hope he had the time to experience the Goldwing he was dreaming of. In remembrance, I will be thinking of him while I enjoy my future rides. I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Doctor Tom's family.
Vicki Hart left a message on January 20, 2018:
dear mrs dr seigel,
tom was my chiropractor for a little over a yr. he would tell me get stories of your trips to araba and the fun donkey's. i told him that i have a horse and work with horses. and i told him about my hauted house visits when i was in georga. while he would be working on my back we would be telling stories. im glad u enjoyed the hauted books that i lent you. im going to miss him as my chiropractor. take care, vicki hart
Cathleen Manley-Frix left a message on January 20, 2018:
Hold tight to each other as you grieve, but remember to smile and rejoice in the memory of the love you shared with this very special husband and father.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Sue Rubenzer left a message on January 16, 2018:
It has been several years since I've seen Dr. Siegel but he was so kind, helpful, and concerned during a really low point in my life. He diligently tried to help me sort through an autoimmune disease and a work place injury that overlapped each other and made it nearly impossible for me to carry on. He offered more than treatment, which was invaluable, he also offered care, support, and encouragement! He will be missed by all who knew him.

Sue Rubenzer, coworker, Waukesha, Wi. 2018
Dan & Deb Rusch & Family left a message on January 16, 2018:
After our daughter Tasha was in a bus accident in 2014 and was in need of a chiropractor, I went to the Aurora site and chose Dr. Siegel, not only because of his years in practice with Aurora, but his picture relayed a comfort to me that he was the one we should take her to. His caring nature was definitely present and he made our daughter feel very comfortable and after the first visit we were assured we chose the right doctor. His expertise, helped our daughter recover within a short time, and saw him as was needed. Later on, my husband, Dan, hurt his back and I suggested Dr. Siegel, because I thought they were a lot alike and said they would get along great. This definitely was the case and my husband continued his care with him until he recovered. He also had a few adjustments as needed, and the visits were always looked forward to, because of Dr. Siegel's genuine nature. Last year the whole family visited my father's home to see how maple syrup is made, my husband and a few other members of our family were able to meet all of you. This was another friendship that was made in our lives which we cherish. We, along with many others, will definitely miss Dr. Siegel's smiling face, great sense of humor, but most of all the care he gave.
Roni Schmitz left a message on January 15, 2018:
Dr. Siegel was one of the nicest people I have ever had the pleasure of working with and knowing. I will always remember him for his kind-hearted smile.
Sally Ottenberg left a message on January 15, 2018:
It has been a number of years since I worked with Dr Siegel at Aurora Health Care in Waukesha. He was a highly respected Chiropractor and always willing to help. He was kind, gentle and so friendly. He will be missed.
Stacy Schwab left a message on January 15, 2018:
Dr Siegel was also so quick with a smile. Great doctor & kind person, he will be greatly missed.
Ed and Grace Shedd left a message on January 15, 2018:
Tom was a very close friend of our son, John Shedd. Our family knew Tom from both of their days at Messmer High School. As a matter of fact, he helped load our U-hauls in Brown Deer, WI when we moved to Albuquerque in 1989. He visited us two years ago when he visited our son. We share your grief and pray for his family. We have very fond memories of Tom and our prayers go out to his family.
Bridget Grasch left a message on January 15, 2018:
As a patient of Dr. Siegel, I was blessed by his kindness, his skill, and his compassion. I was always so grateful for the way he cared about my well-being. We shared many positive, pleasant conversations over the years and I saw the love and joy he felt when talking about his family. I had such respect for him as a gentleman and a physician. I will miss his smile and care tremendously and will always remember his gentle encouragement to persevere through pain toward better health. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this most difficult time.
Kerri Laird left a message on January 14, 2018:
Dr Siegel was a wonderful, caring, compassionate Physician. I worked at the Hartford and Waukesha Aurora and he would see me in the halls and always remember me and greet me kindly. He will be greatly missed by all his patients and of course by his family the most. Many prayers for comfort, strength and peace esp. for his wife and daughters. May God Bless you and keep your faith strong as you lean on Him the rest of your lives here on earth.
Psalm 34:8 The Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit..
Jacob Steger left a message on January 13, 2018:
Tom was a man I truly respected and admired as a professional, person, and father. He was loving father and husband to his girls. Being his daughter's teacher was a true treat in life as I got the privilege to know him and the family. My wife loved him as well. He was a great doctor and friend to her. I know the family will carry and celebrate his legacy forever.
Kathy Gassner left a message on January 12, 2018:
Words are not enough to say how greatly he will be missed ! Always smiling, caring ,and helpful to everyone he came in contact with. I felt like he helped change my life with my health and will be forever grateful for that. Not only was he compassionate, but he really, truly cared. He will always be remembered by me as one of my Angels on Earth.
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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