Obit: Koehler, Kent Marshall (1952 - 2005)
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Surnames: Koehler, Bormann, Woods, Wuethrich, Thews

----Sources: Leader-Telegram (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wis.) 08/23/2005

Koehler, Kent Marshall (6 Nov. 1952 - 11 Aug. 2005)

Kent Marshall Koehler, 52, formerly of Stoughton and Eau Claire, died August 11, 2005, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he had resided for the past two years.

Kent was born on November 6, 1952, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Arlene Koehler Bormann and John B. Koehler. He attended Eau Claire Memorial High School, was a Vietnam Era veteran of the U.S. Army, and graduated from UW-Stout with a degree in Industrial Technology in 1992. Kent was a small business owner in Strum and later served as president of Welfab Incorporated in Eau Claire.

Survivors include his mother, Arlene Bormann, Appleton; his former wife, Karen Koehler; step-daughter, Laurie Woods and granddaughter, Cecelia, Stoughton; his brothers, Paul Koehler, Woodbury, Minnesota, and John (Nancy) Koehler, Appleton; his sister, Beth Wuethrich, also of Appleton; numerous nieces, a nephew and many friends.

Kent loved his family, his friends and his music. His gentle spirit touched many lives.

Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. on Friday, August 26, 2005, at Wichmann Funeral Home, 537 No. Superior St., Appleton, Wis., with Rev. Daniel Thews officiating. Interment will be in Nazareth Lutheran Cemetery, Withee, at a later date.

Friends may call directly at the funeral home from 1 p.m. until the time of services.

 

 


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