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  3. Amy Nicole Ehlen: Birth: 20 JAN 1984. Death: 22 JAN 1984

  4. Michelle Renee Ehlen: Birth: 20 JAN 1984. Death: 20 JAN 1984


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1. Title:   US Public Records Index Record
Publication:   Ancestry.com
2. Title:   Obituary
Page:   see notes for Bernard Ehlen

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a. Note:   2004 - living LeMay, Missouri With Kim, had infant twins. One died the same day, the other, 2 days later. Buried at Immaculate Conception cemetery, Arnold, Jefferson, Missouri.
  http://obits.dignitymemorial.com In Memory of Bernard J Ehlen April 8, 1951 - June 13, 2014 Obituary Bernard J EHLEN, 63, of St. Louis County died on Friday, June 13, 2014. He was the loving father of Amanda Langendorf and Crystal Ehlen and the beloved grandfather of Corrina Langendorf, Caleb Hernandez, Zoe Bortko and the late Abigail Bortko, He was a dear brother to Ron (Barb) Ehlen, Bob (Jan) Ehlen, Ray (Joan) Ehlen, Wayne (Esther) Ehlen, Geralyn Ehlen (Steve Watts), Juanita Ehlen and the late Yvonne (Clem) Beel. Although he loved all his nieces and nephews, there were some that stood above the pack, hanging around them all the time, he loved them like they were his very own children. Bernie worked for 39 years at Parker-Hannifin Corp., Sporlan Division, where he made many close friends and cherished many good memories. Although he loved working for the company when it was Sporlan, the company took a turn for the worst and Bernie was not happy working for the new owners. The day he retired, he became a much happier person, full of positive outlooks and really looking forward to going on some trips with his family. His daughters are so relieved that he was at least able to get one year of freedom, to do whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted. The best thing he liked about retirement was that he was able to spend more time with his siblings. Bernie did not have many hobbies, but the two he will be most remembered for is his collecting of all things Snoopy and movies. Snoopy vs. Red Baron was his favorite, with Snoopy flying his doghouse, and he always decorated for Christmas with nothing but Snoopy as well. Most important of all to Bernie, during the time that he was sick, was that he wanted his passing to bring his family back together, celebrate again the joy of being family. He wanted everyone to let go of all their hurt feelings and disagreements and start making time for each other. To express the love and bond that we all once had. His daughters hope that everyone will help in fulfilling their fathers dying wish. LET IT GO and just LOVE one another. SERVICES Visitation 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at Hoffmeister South County Chapel, 1515 Lemay Ferry Rd., Lemay, MO 63125. Funeral service 1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 19, 2014 at in the funeral home chapel. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. Arrangements under the direction of Hoffmeister South County Chapel, Saint Louis, MO.


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