In Memory

Angus Wittschen - Class Of 1960

Angus Wittschen


Angus F. Wittschen 

MBHS Class of 1960


Angus F. Wittschen, 79, died Sunday, December 22, 2019. Born September 4, 1940 in Camden, SC, he was a son of the late Norman and Anne Morrison Wittschen.

He was a US Air Force Veteran and served at one time on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. He was founder, owner, and operator of Angus Electric in Myrtle Beach, and was a member of the Myrtle Beach Elks Club. Angus was a great cook, loved boating and golf, and loved to shag. But dearest to his heart was the time he spent with his many friends and family.

He is survived by his wife, Susan Lokey Wittschen; sons, Michael A. (Monica) Wittschen of Springdale, AR and Steven M. (Holly) Wittschen of Myrtle Beach; daughter, Melissa K. (Chuck) Henry of San Antonio, TX; a sister, Norma Jane (Joe) McGee of Lincolnton, NC; & grandchildren, Micah, Blaise, Brittan, Caroline, & Sydney Wittschen, Tyler Briscoe, Ethan Oenning, and Dannis, Justin, & Lawson Henry. He was preceded in death by his brother, Ashley Wittschen.

A Funeral Service will be held at 3:00 PM on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at McMillan-Small Funeral Home, and the family will receive friends for one hour prior to the service.


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12/26/19 08:16 AM #1    

Randy Jennings (1966)

To Susan & Martha and all of the Wittschen family. My first memory was as my school bus driver, he was always happy and smiling. I was in the MBHS Marching Band and had the pleasure on watching him on the Football field every Friday night. He was a gentle giant. And of course on the dance floor at all the local Juke joints.

We continued our friendship at the Seahawk Luncheon. He and Susan were a welcome site at all the luncheons they attended.

Angus will be missed as a true southern gentleman.

RIP My Friend.

12/26/19 08:18 AM #2    

Randy Jennings (1966)

Received via email from Susan Baldwin.

I am so sorry to hear about Angus. He was the epitome of the Myrtle Beach Seahawks! 
Fond memories of watching him on the basketball court! It was nice to connect with him again after all this time. I was MIA for many years and I am so happy to be back in the fold.
I’ll miss seeing him at the luncheon. 
My sympathies to the family & friends.

From the heart,


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