Dr. Tom Siegel
September 06, 1964 - January 10, 2018
Sunday, February 25, 2018 7:05 AM
Dr. Tom has been gone for a while, but he will stay in the hearts and minds of a lot of people who put their health and their lives in his hands for many years. He was a wonderful man who made a huge difference for his patients and his wonderful family. He left a legacy that will change lives in a great way in the future. I will thnk of him fondly in my future because of the qualities he posessed and emanated.
Roy Ostenson (Appleton, WI)
Monday, January 15, 2018 6:10 PM
Many prayers of comfort to you now and in trying days to come. I am so very sorry for your loss, I can only imagine the heartbreak you must feel.
Please know that you have another family that care for you ,,, your Aviation family.
Bonita Therrien (Norfolk)
Sunday, January 14, 2018 7:02 PM
Our deepest sympathy and prayers to Norbert, Jane, Melanie and daughters. We did not know Dr. Tom Siegel personally but we love Norbert and Jane so I am sure Tom was a wonderful man, father and friend. We will see you on Saturday. Stay strong and know that you are loved.
Bob & Gloria Jean Siegel-Howe (Sussex, WI)
Saturday, January 13, 2018 2:30 PM
Our deepest condolences to Norbert, Jane, Melanie and family. Tom was so young and vibrant and was doing so much good for people. Hard to understand these situations. Prayers for all of you. RIP Tom. From Alice Waniger, Charles Waniger, Rosie and Jerry Kiefer, Carol Waniger, Leo and Faye Riesterer and Meg and Jerry Post
Faye Riesterer (St. Nazianz, WI)
Friday, January 12, 2018 7:02 AM
Dr. Siegel has the kindest and sweetest soul. His absence from the clinic has been felt every day. He was always working with a great sense of humor. He would always call the Doc and me the A-team-- probably for "absent," "average," or "anti." He is missed dearly and I will remember him forever!
Katie K (Hartford, WI)
Thursday, January 11, 2018 9:41 PM
Through these past months we have all benefited by following Toms last days with us. Through your words of trials and inspirations we have all reconnected with your family whether familiar or unfamiliar. We share his love for life and learned to understand the meaning of death.
Tom will be missed but we are grateful for what he has given all of us....the will to live life to its fullest.
Gods blessings to Tom, his family and all the people he has touched.
The Dati Family
Brian Dati (Wauwatosa, WI)