Kobler, Frank

July 29, 1928 ~ April 23, 2014

KOBLER, Frank Edmond – Age 85 of Oil Springs, passed away on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at Bluewater Health – C.E.E. Site, Petrolia. Beloved father of Frank Jr. Kobler of Calgary, Alberta, James Kobler of Oil Springs, John (Shirley) Kobler of New Liskeard and Susan Georgescu of Detroit, Michigan. Cherished grandfather of Cindy, Paul, Matthew, Jennifer and Geoffrey. Great-grandfather of Carter. Survived by his brother Walter (Helene) Kobler. Predeceased by his treasured friend Myrtyle Jeanne Fleet and sister Gertrud. Frank has farmed since 1958 on Tile Yard Road.

VISITATION
Family and friends will be received on Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 1-4pm at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, Brigden.

FUNERAL SERVICE
Funeral service will be held Monday, April 28, 2014 at 11:00am from the Funeral Home. Interment in Oil Springs Cemetery.

DONATIONS
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to C.E.E. Hospital Foundation

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  1. John and Shirley
    Your community recognizes your grief. You are in my prayers for peace and wholeness. Hugs Candy

  2. Jim and family

    We are still shocked with the news of Frank, and our thoughts and prayers have been with you all these past few days.

    Frank will always be such an amazing person and memory in our family’s life. Our kids were able to visit Myrtle and Frank on the farm from a very early age — to see and learn about farming.

    His generosity will be remembered, as will his personality. There are few people who cross our paths in life who impress us so, whose remembrance stays with us. Frank was definitely one of those people. A character. And while we feel a sadness, he was a character who, as we remember him, we can’t but smile. He made us all laugh. He was always himself. And that makes us happy and smile amid this sadness.

    Again, we are thinking of you all, especially today. We wish we could be there — and so send our sincerest thoughts from New Brunswick. And a thank you to Frank!

  3. My big brother Frank has been an important part of my life. Even though we lived far apart, we were so close and I will miss him more than words can say. Heli and I are praying with you.

    Goodbyes are not forever,
    are not the end,
    it simply means
    I’ll miss you until we meet again.

    Rest in Peace Dear Brother.

    Walter & Heli

  4. We are very sorry to hear about the passing of your father! Please accept our deepest sympathies. I will always remember your dad as a humorous person.
    ….and until we meet again – may God hold him in the palm of his hands.( irish blessing)

  5. Dear Jim and Family,
    Das Sichtbare ist vergangen, aber es bleiben die Liebe und die Erinnerung.
    May God hold you in the Palm of his Hand. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Your Cousin Dagmar & Hans & children

  6. To Frank’s Family,
    Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
    Therese Leber, Austria

  7. Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow!
    Daniela & Lukas Gruber, Austria

  8. Our deepest sympathy to Frank’s family,
    I’ve only met him once when I was a child and he was visiting “his old home” back in Austria, but he was a very important man to my Mum and Grandma, so we are all shocked about his sudden passing and feel very sorry for his beloved one’s.
    He’ll be truly missed,

    Verena and Werner, Austria

  9. Franks’ Family,
    We were the lucky ones to receive Frank into our family and appreciate the new life he gave to Myrtle. They shared so many wonderful times together and Frank always made us laugh. I’m glad he finally listened to Myrt and got his hearing aids! His life was enriched once again.

    We are deeply moved by his sudden passing and pray for you as you say goodbye.

    Lovingly,
    Ken, Janet, Andrew, Kim, Becky

  10. We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Frank. We are grateful to have had the privilege to spend some time with him despite the long way between us. We will never forget. We grieve for Frank and miss him deeply in Europe. Our thoughts are with his children.

  11. Dear Frank, Jim and John,
    we are all deeply shocked to hear of the sudden death of your father – my uncle Frank. We would like to offer our deepest sympathy.Our thoughts are with you.
    Uncle Frank will stay in our heart forever.
    In loving memory
    Sissi and Herbert from Austria

  12. Dear Frank, Jim and John
    We are all deeply shocked to hear of the sudden death of your father – my uncle Frank.
    We would like to offer our deepest sympathy.
    Our thoughts are with you.
    Uncle Frank will stay in our heart forever.
    In loving memory
    Sissi and Herbert from Austria.

  13. Sad to hear of the sudden loss of Frank. He was truly, a kind an interesting gentlemen. I will always remember his visits at the municipal office, and his love of family, farming and helpful gardening tips, he also enjoyed talking about travelling. He will be truly missed.
    Penny Phillips, Township of Enniskillen

  14. Jim,Paul,Mathew,Jenn and Geoff. We are very sorry to read about the passing of your father/grandfather. Our condolences to you and your family.
    The tiltmans

  15. John and Family,
    My deepest sympathy for your great loss. Treasure the memories and the support of each other.

    Tom

  16. Sorry to hear of the loss of your father. I hope positive memories of your father will provide you with some comfort at this time. Thinking of you.

    Your friend, Laurie