Pauline Toews Kehler, daughter of Peter ST and Eva Kehler, was born on June 10, 1964 and passed away on the very day.
Suddenly on Sunday, October 27, 1963 at his residence Mr. David S. Kehler, aged 65 years, beloved husband of Helen Kehler of Steinbach, Manitoba.
Funeral service at 2 p.m.Thursday, October 31, 1963 in the Chortitzer Church in Steinbach. Besides his wife Mr. Kehler is survived by 8 sons, 3 daughters and 24 grandchildren.
Interment in the Steinbach cemetery.
Loewen Funeral Chapel Limited, Steinbach in care of arrangements. Continue reading “David S. Kehler (1898 -1963)”
Johann Schultz Kehler: self-taught veterinarian; born on 5 May 1894 in Steinbach, Manitoba, to Jakob K. “Berliner” and Elizabeth H. (Schutz) Kehler. He was the sixth of 13 children in the family. Johann was baptized on 21 May 1918 in Chortitz, Manitoba. On 20 November 1921, he married Anna U. Wieler (1901-1991). The couple had 11 children, one of whom died young.
Johann grew up with his family in southern Manitoba at a time when agricultural communities were expanding. Contracting typhoid fever, severe arthritis, and sciatica as a young man, during the early 1930s, Continue reading “Johann Schultz Kehler (1894-1962)”
Melvin K Dueck, 9 months, passed away September 14, 1959.
Melvin K Dueck, 9 months, passed away September 14, 1959. Melvin, the beloved son of Diedrich W and Elizabeth (nee Kehler) Dueck, was born on November 22, 1958 in Steinbach. Burial at the Randolph CMC Cemetery. Continue reading “Melvin Kehler Dueck (1958-1959)”
Carol Elaine Kehler, infant daughter of Dennis & Helen Kehler, passed away December 7, 1958
Rosemarie has proven that with Jesus we can rest securely even in the greatest storms of life and in the shadow of death.
Rosemarie leaves many precious memories that shall always linger in our minds. She was known as an obedient child in the home with deep spiritual inclinations since very young. At the age of 13, she accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal Saviour. Continue reading “Rosemarie Wieler Hiebert (1929-1956)”
Ervin K Dueck, 7 months, passed away March 3, 1955.
In Victoria Square United Church at Gormley, Ontario, November 17 at 7:15 pm, Joan Doreen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick of Pine Falls, Man., became the bride of Elmer E. Reimer, son of Rev. and Mrs. P.J.B. Reimer of Rosenort, Man.
Winnipeg Free Press Monday, November 26, 1951 Page-16
In Victoria Square United Church at Gormley, Ontario, November 17 at 7:15 pm, Joan Doreen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick of Pine Falls, Man., became the bride of Elmer E. Reimer, son of Rev. and Mrs. P.J.B. Reimer of Rosenort, Man. Rev. A.C. Houston officiated and the wedding music was played by Miss Carol Perkins. Soloist was Mrs. Allan Orr.
The bride wore a suit of taupe gabardine with Kelly green felt bonnet, the crown covered by a netting of brown, forming a semi-veil at the back. Her corsage was of deep red roses centered on white ostrich plumes. Mrs. K. Vogt, attend the bride and Ernest Vogt was the best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Reimer will reside at 15 Ravina Crescent, Toronto, Ontario.
Peter Kehler Wieler, 21, after suffering from Nephritis, passed away at the Bethesda Hospital on March 11, 1946 with his family by his side.
Peter Kehler Wieler, 21, after suffering from Nephritis, passed away at the Bethesda Hospital on March 11, 1946 with his family by his side. Peter was the son of Henry U. and Susanna (Kehler) Wieler of Steinbach. He was born October 10, 1924 on a farm in the Hanover Municipality and later moved to Steinbach, where he attained his early education. Besides his parents, Peter leave’s to mourn his sisters, Helen (Joe) Grunwald, Elizabeth (Edwin) Giesbrecht, and Rosemarie. He also leaves behind nephews Harold and Henry Grunwald. He was preceded in death by a brother Bernhard, sister Phyllis, and nephew Walter Giesbrecht. Continue reading “Peter Kehler Wieler (1924-1946)”