Henritte McGrath Kehler (1931-2006)

Henritte Louise Rose Kehler

Henritte Louise Rose Kehler (nee McGrath) February 5, 1931 РMarch 15, 2006. Passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loving children, at the age of 75 years, at the Surrey Memorial Hospital on Mar. 15, 2006. She leaves to mourn her loving husband John , of 54 years.

Hetty is survived by her last living sibling, Nellie Haganbuck, 80 years old, of Coquitlam, BC. She will be sadly missed by her daughters Betty (Keith) Sanderson of Tulameen, BC, Shirley (Howard) Morneau of Langley, BC, her sons Curtis Kehler of Surrey, BC, and Tom (Brenda) Kehler of Surrey, BC. Hetty was a loving mother and wife who will be remembered for her lively personality and caringness to her children and grandchildren Michael, Darrin, Melissa, John, J., Hailey, Cheryl, Christopher, Matthew, Adam and Amber, as well as 5 great-grandchildren. Hetty was an avid bowler in earlier years as well as a devoted wife and homemaker who loved to cook. She did her best to overcome her diabetes and other physical challenges that were with her in life. Special thanks to the nurses in the ICU at the S.M.H. for their caring and compassion. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, March 21 at 2:00 p.m. at the Valley View Memorial Gardens in the Arbor Chapel located at 14660 72nd Avenue, Surrey, BC.

View photos of the Henritte McGrath Kehler Memorial Service here.

John J & Henritte (Hetty) Kehler, Valley View Funeral Home, Surrey BC
Henritte (Hetty) Kehler, Garden of Everlasting Life, Valley View Funeral Home, Surrey BC

2 thoughts on “Henritte McGrath Kehler (1931-2006)”

  1. I thought of you both, just the other day.
    and how before you left, I didn’t get to say…

    How very special the two of you are,
    But of course you know that, even from afar.

    There were a lot of hugs and laughs, each time we met,
    If you were still here, there’d be a lot more I bet.

    You couldn’t stay any longer, you had to go.
    Life is like that, this I know.

    We have our memories of you, from yesterday,
    But we didn’t want that, we wanted you to stay.

    I will remember how playing Yahtzee with you Grandma, put a smile on my  face,
    and how you always had peppermints in your purse, just in case!

    Papa, I won’t forget the smell of cedar, in your workshop,
    And your choice in hats, you were tops!

    And the times when I laugh, thinking about you,
    You’ll be smiling back, because that’s what you do.

    Love Darrin

  2. That’s our Mom, a very caring mom and grandmother with the best sense of humor ever, and we think that’s where we all got it from. She could take things seriously, but always put a twist to it, too.
    Miss you Mom Love Betty X

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