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Mary Oehler


Mary Oehler

Veterans Funeral Care Mary Oehler

Mary Louise Rider Oehler, 76, of Largo, passed away November 24, 2007 under the care of hospice.

She was born December 19, 1930 in Wood River, Illinois to Michael Rider and Mildred Scott Rider. She moved to Largo, Florida in 1967. She graduated from Tomlinson Adult Education as a licensed practical nurse and worked in some of the areas finest nursing homes including Bruce Manor, Oak Manor, Wrights Nursing Home and the Oaks of Clearwater. She loved animals, she loved to feed the squirrels, and birds. She was a member of Largo Alliance Church and attended Harvest Temple Church of God.

She is survived by her sons, David Oehler Susan of Largo, Dallas Oehler, of Clearwater; a brother, George Rider, Bethalto, IL; her sister, Elizabeth Schroer, of Ferguson, MO; a granddaughter, Monica Camilo, and her great granddaughter, Alexus.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to Veterans Funeral Care, Clearwater.

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  • Jim Rudolph says:

    David,

    Wish I had gotten to know your mom after hearing about her life. She had courage! Moving to Florida, going to College to become a nurse. You and Dallas have the memory of a wonderful mother. Please let me know if I can do anything for your family.

  • Frieda Juran says:

    Dear Susan, David and Family
    With my deepest sympathy. God Bless you all in this time of sorrow.

  • Morris Harris says:

    Many good memories-Wonderful woman and aunt. Shared many good and fun times growing up. God bless her.

  • Judy Bollinger says:

    I have so many good memories of my aunt Mary Lou. My parents were close to her and David and we spent alot of time at each other homes. I was sad when she and the boys moved to Florida. May she rest in peace.

  • Betsy Harford says:

    It’s been many many years since I have seen my Aunt, or cousins, even though we lived minutes apart. My memories go way back to Uncle David, Aunt MaryLou, and the 2 boys.So I never got to know her much past that. I am sorry for the Families loss and I wish you loving happy memories.

  • monica perez-camilo says:

    grandma,
    i know you are in heaven with Jesus but i miss you more than you know. i’m sorry i wasn’t always the best granddaughter and i regret it to this day. my life isn’t the same without you, and it breaks my heart that you aren’t here to see Alexus grow up. she’s 13 now, and she is the most wonderful child. you would be very proud!! i love you with all my heart and miss you bunches. i hope i can make you proud in life! i know you are in Heaven watching over me and Alexus, and i think of you all the time! love you!

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