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Everett Aldstadt

Everett Henry Aldstadt

Thursday, December 1st, 1927 - Saturday, March 28th, 2020
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ALDSTADT, Everett H. age 92, of Englewood passed away Saturday, March 28, 2020. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 58 years, Thelma; and granddaughter, Brittany. He is survived by his children, Doug (Candy) Aldstadt, Ruth (Rob) Pruitt, Ron (Sharri) Aldstadt; grandchildren, Jonathan (Brooke), Andrew, Amy, Jesse (Erin), and Ali (Ryan); great-grandchildren, Maverick, Madison, Colton, Kelsey, and Natalie; and a host of other relatives and friends. Everett graduated from Freemont Ross High School, Asbury College, and United Theological Seminary. He served in the Army as a chemist; having witnessed the testing of the atomic bomb. He served as an EUB and United Methodist minister at various churches for greater than 30 years. He sang and directed numerous choirs and played the piano. He was an avid photographer and ham radio operator. He lived out his retirement in a home that he and Thelma built at Grand Lake St. Mary’s enjoying fishing and canoeing. He will be dearly missed by all of the lives he had touched. The family will be having private services. A public memorial service will be held at a later date.
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Service Details

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    Location
    Baker-Hazel & Snider Funeral Home
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    Service date to be determined.
  • Interment

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    Polk Grove Cemetery

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Jeannie Strausburg

Posted at 11:08pm
Ruth and Doug- my condolences on the loss of your father. May the memories you share be of comfort to both of you.
Jeannie Strausburg, Englewood Civic Band
 
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Ruth Pruitt Posted at 05:34pm

Thank you very much Jeannie
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Jim and Julie Oswald

Posted at 11:17am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Ruth Pruitt Posted at 05:40pm

Thank you so much Jim and Julie
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Julie Oswald

Posted at 11:14am
Doug, Candy and family,
We are very sorry for your loss of your sweet Dad. Our prayers are with you and hugs.

Jim and Julie Oswald
 
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Ruth Pruitt Posted at 05:41pm

Thank you very much Jim and Julie Ruth
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Tina Cassel

Posted at 02:02pm
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Who could ever forget when Rev. Aldstadt was our minister at Clayton EUB/United Methodist Church? I remember him instructing the Catechism class and having us memorize and recite the Apostle's Creed. And most of all I can't forget our Youth Fellowship retreats to Camp Shady in northern Michigan. The Aldstadt's and the Pansing's enjoyed the retreats but also the vacation days after the retreat was over. How about that boat your Dad built? You are all in my prayers. Tina Pansing Cassel
 
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Ruth Pruitt Posted at 05:41pm

Thank you so very much Tina. Our families share many memories together Ruth
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Jacqueline Mergler

Posted at 01:04pm
To the family of Pastor Aldstadt, your Dad/Grandpa meant so much to me and my family when he was at Fairview church. I have such happy and fond memories of him and your family. I'm so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers
Jackie Mergler
 
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Ruth Pruitt Posted at 05:42pm

Thank you Jackie
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