February 9, 2010
202 W. Maple Street Willard OH 44890 2/12/2010 14:00:00
George F. Ehrman, age 64, resident of Willard, passed away at his home on Tuesday, February 9, 2010. He was born in Willard on June 24, 1945 to the late Paul and Elizabeth Ehrman. He was a 1963 graduate of Willard High School and then served in the US Air Force as a cook during the Vietnam Conflict with time spent in Thailand. Mr. Ehrman was a retired engineer from CSX Railroad in Willard. After retirement, he spent 10 wonderful years enjoying the waves and sunset in Florida before returning to Ohio. His friends and family will always rember him as a big practical joker and a card player.
He is survived by his wife, Carol Ehrman; five children; Terri Sue; Mary Elizabeth; Tina Lynn; Neil Jay; and Mary Lee; twelve grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and a sister, Kathy Sue.
He is preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Mary Ann and Judy Lee; and a brother, Bobby.
No Tie Calling Hours will be at the Secor Funeral Home in Willard on Friday, February 12, 2010 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM. A private graveside service will be held on a later date. Memorial expressions can be made to the Mercy Care Fund. Online condolences can be made at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
Pooh, I’ll give you one more popsicle.
And, you can play a game of solitary.
We’ll watch one more TV episode.
If you’ll only stay around a little longer,
We have the Grand Canyon, yet to see.
Anyone who knew Geoorge and truely loved him will miss him. He had this special thing that just made you smile and you were friends forever.. Your Dad will always be as close as your heart.
I remember George from Chuck and Wandas’ I remember working with Carol. I am sorry to hear of his passing. Our prayers our with you.
I’m gonna miss a dear friend, thanks for the memories.
You have our most sincere sympathy. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
To the kids, Kathy and the families of Mary Ann and Judy
We lived beside some of you 40 years ago and met others along the way. Time passes all too quickly. My oldest daughter used to go visit George and watch cartoons.He was her cartoon “buddie” Later I would meet him and Tony Cavello and do crosswords at “Dudley’s”. They were a blast!!!Our families have crossed many paths over the years and I’ll always have fond memories. God Bless
Tina,Mary,Terry,Mary and Kathy Sue, your dad and brother will sadly be missed. We’ve devloped a lot of memories over the years and they will always be cherished. Keep them close to your heart and never lose sight of his love. May God be with you. My prayers and love, Aunt Di
So sorry to hear about George. He was a regular at the railroader’s poker parties at our house. Though I hadn’t seen him in several years, I’ve always remembered how absolute fun he was. Take care.
I was so sorry to here about George’s passing. He was a great guy and he will be missed. My thought and prayers are with the family. God Bless and love you all
We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you now and always.
Jacquie & Steve
A circle of friends that all went to school together, went our seperate ways. Raised our families but bonded forever and remainded friends.
Through the years we were devastated when we lost our good friends Teddy Hughes and Larry Cavello. And now you have left us. Our friendship has lasted a lifetime. John Browning, Jim Ganni, and myself, will carry on the memories.
I will never forget our vacations, our trip to Florida, train trip to Las Vegas, poker tournments in Las Vegas, trip to Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, and Bullhead City, Arizona to mention a few, a lot of good memories.
Good bye dear friend, I know we will meet again. Bill and Lee
So sorry..He will be missed! Love you all. Let me know if anything is needed Hattie Hector and family
Please accept my deepest condolences. George was a great guy who could light up a room with laughter or a joke. I will miss him.
Mary Lee and Terri, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. He’ll be missed by many. God Bless,
Mary, Tina, Mary and Terri:
Words will not adequately express my sadness for your loss. You kids know a lot of “Squirm”, “Pee Wee” or George stories, and may those pleasant memories comfort you now. Your dad both provided and caused a whole lot of laughter to me and my family. He will be missed.
Carol: You have our deepest sympathy. Even tho we did not know George, he must of been a wonderful person. There is no more suffering and you have really been good to him. He will miss you I am sure as much as you will miss him.
To his children: Peace and Blessings to you all.
From: Uncle Donald and Aunt Charlotte Palm
Mary & Tina- I am so sorry to hear about your dad. If you need anything please don’t hesitate to ask I am always here. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Was so sorry to hear of George’s passing. He was a wonderful person and he will be missed by a lot of people. I will remember him as always smiling and teasing the ladies. I know that I will always be grateful to him for being such a great friend to me and both of my parents. He is with OUR DEAR LORD now and all of his loved ones. I am sure they were all waiting with open arms to welcome him. No more suffering or pain only happiness and peace. Can’t you just see him now flirting with all the ladies and giving them all hugs and kisses. I pray that GOD will comfort all of you during this time of sorrow. Keep all of your treasured memories close to your heart and George will always remain there with each of you..
I befriended Goerge many years ago, with a mutual friend, Mike Ludban. I am sorry to hear of George’s passing, and have not been in touch with him for several years. My sympathy to all.
Daddy, I will love and miss you forever.
Mary & Tina – I am so sorry for your loss- may you find comfort in the arms of JESUS! GOD BLESS YOU! love ya!