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Dwayne E. Kittell II

Published On: Apr 16 2013 09:19:30 AM CDT

Dwayne E. Kittell II age 24 of Madison passed away on Thurs. April 11, 2013. Born March 3, 1989 in Long Island New York, he was the son of Dwayne E Kittell and Enid Miranda. Dwayne attended Waunakee High School. He enjoyed wrestling, boxing and spending time with family and friends. He could brighten up anyone's worst day with his smile and personality. Dwayne is truly missed by all his family and friends and will never be forgotten. We will rejoice in the time we had with him on this earth. We all love you Dwayne, this is not goodbye just saying see you our next lifetime.

Survived by both parents and stepfather Brett, brothers Eugene and Wayne, sister Dominique, nephews Xavier and Hawkeen and niece Katiya, aunt Gloria, uncle Hector, grandma Pastor Gloria Miranda. Preceded in death by his Grandpa Eugenio Miranda

A Memorial service will be held on Friday, April 19, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Winn-Cress Funeral Home, 5785 Hwy. Q Waunakee. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 5:00 p.m. until the time of services.

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