Peacefully on Monday, December 11, 2017 at Concordia Hospital, Ken passed away at the age of 79 years.
Left to cherish his memory are sons, Ron (Carole), Brad (Lois), Rick (Jocelyn), daughter Charlene (Wes), grandchildren, Curtis (Jody), Michelle (Kevin), Brian (fiancée Paige), Stephanie, Vanessa, great grandchildren, Evan, Grant, Madeleine and Emma, brothers Glen (Kathy), Reuben (Tina), and Peter (Judy), and sister Joyce (Corny) as well as numerous family members. Continue reading “Kenneth George Kehler (1938-2017)”
With heavy hearts the family announce the passing of Cody Kehler on Sunday, April 17, 2016 at the St. Boniface Hospital. He will be lovingly cherished by his parents Jordon Kehler and Rachel Jubinville, his brothers Justin and Luke, grandparents Deborah (Douglas) Epps, Blair Kehler, Diane (Lionel) Jubinville, and his aunties and uncles and their families. Even though you were here for a short time we feel very blessed to have shared you with our loving family. A private family gathering will be held at Glen Lawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens at a later date.
My father, John Schultz Kehler, was not a farmer, however he stayed on the Ebenfeld farm until the younger brothers took over.
Editor’s Note: The story that Glen shares below, commemorates the 100th anniversary year of the experience John S Kehler had. Thanks Glen!
My father, John Schultz Kehler, was not a farmer, however he stayed on the Ebenfeld farm until the younger brothers took over. He traveled beyond the family farm to find work and went harvesting in Saskatchewan, where he had many Schultz uncles, aunts and cousins. From there, John went threshing in Alberta and ended up in Lethbridge, AB.
Sean Irvine, of CTV News London, speaks to Ray Doerksen, one of the owners of the old St. Mary’s Ontario School. The former Central School is becoming a high-end condominium, and could set an example for repurposing other schools. Watch the video clip here.
Ray Doerksen, lives in the Town of St. Marys, Ontario. He is the son of Peter & Rose Doerksen, Winnipeg, MB and is the grandson of Violet Doerksen, Steinbach, MB.
Thanksgiving, as I remember while growing up at our place, that it was a very busy time of the year…
Thanksgiving, as I remember while growing up at our place, that it was a very busy time of the year, and not affording us much time to admire this beautiful time of the year, when the leaves turn to such glorious shades and colors for our eyes to marvel at.
Our whole family would be in the midst of processing thousands of chickens and turkeys for the Thanksgiving and Christmas tables. For our own dinners however, we seldom had turkey, but most times it was a roasted goose, stuffed with “bubbatt” dressing and all the trimmings that provided a great feast for our very large family who made it home for Thanksgiving. Continue reading “The Spirit of Thanksgiving”
With heavy hearts the family would like to announce the passing of Marge Kehler, beloved wife of Ken, at Concordia Hospital on January 21, 2013 at the age of 71.
Marge was predeceased by her mother. She will be lovingly remembered by her loving husband Ken, four children Ron (Carole), Brad (Lois), Rick (Jocelyn) and their children Curtis (Jody), Michelle (Kevin), Brian and Stephanie, Charlene (Wes) and their children Rod (Leslie), Danny and Vanessa and great grandchild Ethan. Continue reading “Margaret (Marge) Kritschen Kehler (1941-2013)”
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.
TROY, NY — As he sat at his locker stall Tuesday at RPI’s Houston Field House, Myles Stoesz sported a badge of his role for the Albany Devils. The area around Stoesz’s left eye was discolored, and just above the cheekbone he sported a gash.
“This was from the (helmet) visor,” he said, pointing to the gash received in a fight with Toronto’s Kyle Neuber, “and this (left eye) is the one punch that hit me.”