We were recently informed that our relative Judy McGarry had a serious accident at her home just before Christmas, on December 20, 2012. Judy fell and broke her neck. She was taken to the Health Sciences in Winnipeg, and has been stabilized, while the physicians figure out what to do next. Judy’s Uncle Lee Kehler, who resides in Lake Wylie, South Carolina, reports that she has feeling and mobility in her hands and feet — which is awesome. This website was designed to keep family informed, across the miles. Lee is asking if there would be some Kehlers who would exercise kindness to help this wonderful person through the serious times ahead. Judy is limited to one son, TJ, who lives in Pine Falls and a sister Diane in Winnipeg.
“I gather that she has a long road ahead with this injury and there isn’t anybody on the face of this earth that has the ability to cheer someone up, like a Kehler! We are blessed with a blood line that sees the world optimistically and differently than most.” Lee Kehler.
Thank you in advance for your prayers for, and acts of kindness to, our beloved Berliner Judy McGarry.
If ever there was an opportunity for God to enact his plan with a majestic flourish, it was at Jesus’ birth. But God did not presume upon humanity when he stepped in to redeem it. There was no pretense in this arrival. Rather, God chose to identify in the humblest way with those made in his image. The story of Jesus’ birth in Luke mixes praise with simplicity. Its contrast to the birth of John the Baptist is remarkable. John’s birth was announced in the capital, at the temple, in the center of the Jewish nation. But Jesus arrives in rural anonymity. John is the child of a priest and his righteous wife; Jesus belongs to Jews of average social status. Continue reading “Born into a good family…”
Neil (Cornelius) Kehler passed away Monday, November 12, 2012 at Bethesda Hospital in Steinbach at the age of 83.
Neil is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Agnes. They were married in Randolph on July 31, 1955. Neil is lovingly remembered by his son Tim (Jackie) and daughter Sally (Gilles) and grandchildren Travis, Erin and Dana.
It’s been two years since we lost Bill Aitken, our father, and husband of Marlene Aitken (nee Kehler). As a child, I thought my father would always be with me. He was a symbol of wisdom, authority, security and constancy. In many ways, that feeling never changed. But time waits for no one and my father’s time ended on September 29, 2010, in his own bedroom, surround by those that deeply loved him. Our sense of loss continues till this day. Continue reading “In Memory of Bill Aitken”
Ronald Benjamin Kehler passed away peacefully, September 1, 2012, at Beacon Hill Lodge in Winnipeg. Ron leaves behind his beloved wife Helga; his daughter Joyce Kirsch, son-in-law Brad and grandchildren Tanner and Kaylee; his son Todd Kehler-Yokobori, his daughter-in-law Tomoko, and grandson Ren.
The Seine River School Division recently awarded one of their students, Kaylee Hope Peters, with the coveted Middle Years Citizenship Award
The Seine River School Division recently awarded one of their students, Kaylee Hope Peters, with the coveted Middle Years Citizenship Award. Kaylee has also been nominated as their only representative at the Manitoba Provincial Citizenship Award, which will be formally presented in April 2013. Continue reading “Citizenship Award”
Wayne Kehler, together with his son Reegan have been busy all winter prepping their car, for the races at the Gimli Motorsports Park.
The Berliner Kehler clan is being represented at the Gimli Motorsports Park this summer once again. In reversed racing, Wayne Kehler, together with his son Reegan have been busy all winter prepping their car, #200X. Winnipeg Sports Car Club holds five race weekends in the summer months at the Gimli Motorsports Park. These race weekends are two days of non-stop racing on the 1.45 mile, 10 corner race track. Continue reading “Reversed Racing: Kehler Father & Son Team”
Many Canadians and Americans visit Puerto Vallarta, especially during the winter months. Larry Kehler has been working with the children of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Many Canadians and Americans visit Puerto Vallarta, especially during the winter months. Larry Kehler has been working with the children of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico since 2002. He started with the Refugio Infentile Orphanage, raising money for food and daily essentials. These fund raising efforts helped the Orphanage to build a new and better place for the homeless children to live and call home. Weekly shopping trips to Sam’s Club ensured they were well fed during the winter months. Summer months were more difficult, but they managed to keep them stocked during those months as well. With the help of many tourists, and friends, the institution has been able to sustain itself. Continue reading “Kehler Involved with Educating Mexico’s Children”