Stephen William Cartmel was born on July 8, 1982 in Nanaimo, British Columbia and passed away on July 23, 2021 in Vancouver, British Columbia at the age of 39 years. He is survived by his mother Barbara. Arrangements entrusted to the care of Glenhaven Memorial Chapel, 1835 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia.
A Lake County man has been dedicating his time and money to fix laptops and help families in need — all while he battles cancer.
Larry Kehler, better known as “Fox,” spends his days fixing laptops for people in his community. The project started several months ago when he reached out to a neighborhood Facebook group asking people in the area to give him their old laptops. Then, he fixed the computers and donated them. He had several families with children who were learning virtually reach out to him for help.
“We would like to homeschool, but we have one computer and it’s broken and we have three kids. Can you help?” Kehler said. Continue reading “Lake County man battling cancer fixes computers for families in need”
Sunday, January 19, 2020 was an emotional night in Mitchell, MB when over 400 people braved the winter night to attend the official opening of the Mitchell Memorial Park. The park, built on the arena grounds between the outdoor hockey rink and tennis courts, consists of an outdoor pleasure skating area and in the center is an evergreen tree. Surrounding the rink is a path with several park benches along the perimeter. Park benches are sponsored by community families in remembrance of their loved ones.
The Kehler name is well known in the community of Mitchell, the area west of Steinbach, Manitoba. Early pioneer Jacob “Berliner” Kehler moved his growing family to farm here in 1891, where he began to build barns and buy livestock. The area was called Ebenfeld, modern-day Mitchell. After the death of Berliner Kehler, the family farm and land were sold to the Alfred Stahn family. Today there are fourth, fifth and sixth generations of Berliner Kehlers in Mitchell. Continue reading “Mitchell Memorial Park”
One can’t celebrate New Year’s without portzelky!
Summary: Pronounced “par cel tche” – One can’t celebrate New Year’s without portzelky!
On Saturday, October 19, 2019, at the age of 83, Eva Jean passed away peacefully, with her family by her side.
Eva was born to Margaret and John Letkeman and was one of nine siblings. Eva was predeceased by her husband Ernie, both her parents, siblings, Esther, Alice, Johnny and Ronnie, and her great-grandson Callum.
Eva was a devoted wife to her husband Ernie, and they shared four beautiful children, Ted, Brenda (Cully), Darryl (Hollie) and Pamela; who blessed them with 11 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter. Eva’s family was her pride and joy and the love for them was always evident; in fact she spent most of her years at home raising her family and caring for her children and grandchildren.
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Mary Kehler Daniel, of Forest Park, passed away on September 28, 2019. Mary was a native of Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada.
A memorial service will be held at Thomas L. Scroggs Funeral Directors, 6362 South Lee St. Morrow, GA 30260, on Friday, October 4, 2019 at 2:00 pm. Pastor Justin Kollmeyer will be officiating.
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William (Bill) Kehler, 86, of Steinbach, MB., passed away Wednesday, July 31, 2019, at the Bethesda Regional Health Centre, Steinbach, MB.
Son of the late Reverend Peter S. and Katharina Kehler, Bill was the seventh child of twelve, born July 9, 1933 in Blumengard, Manitoba, where they resided in the back of the family store.
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Katharina Kehler (nee Peters), 86, of Steinbach, MB, passed away Friday, February 15, 2019, at the Rest Haven Nursing Home, Steinbach, MB.
Katharina “Tina” Kehler, daughter of the late Peter and Susana Peters (nee Goertzen) was born Jan. 6, 1933 at the family home in Reichenbach, MB. Continue reading “Katharina Peters Kehler (1933-2019)”
Many southeastern Manitobans have fond memories of enjoying the good food and warm hospitality at Edgar’s Diner. For all those in the Berliner Kehler Clan who enjoy a great tasting deal, that should leave none in the shadows, you’ll find that this week’s special at Main Bread & Butter is Edgar’s famous veal cutlettes (complete with sauce!) for $24.99.
Main Bread & Butter Company at 253 Main Street, Steinbach, provides good food and a friendly smile to an ever growing customer base. Main Bread & Butter carries an extensive selection of local products, fresh produce, grocery items, frozen foods, deli meats, cheeses, breads and carefully curated specialty items.
Take a trip down memory lane and enjoy this local favourite for supper today!