Lee-Ertel-Obituary

Lee S. Ertel

Seymour, Indiana

1951-2014 (Age 63)

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Lee was one of a kind. We meet many different people in life. I have always classified them into two categories "givers" or "takers". Lee was most certainly a giver in a every sense of the word. His gentle spirit and big heart have always touched myself and others at Rose Acre Farms. He was a loyal dedicated employee but more than that he was a great friend. I look forward to seeing him again some day.
Tony Wesner

I am very sorry and deeply saddened by your family's tremendous loss. Please know you are being held close in thought and prayer during this painfully difficult time. Sending my heartfelt condolences and many hugs for all.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing. He was such a kind and gentle man. Prayers for the entire family, including his co-workers at Rose Acre Farms.

To Mrs. Ertel and Lee's Rose Acre Family: I worked in Rose Acre Transport from 1995-96 and I generally saw Lee on a daily basis. He was always a very caring and giving person. He used to bring us breakfast sandwiches and ice cream bars and never ask for a dime. I know he was well respected by Tony Wesner and his fellow employees at Rose Acres; and he will be greatly missed by all.

Dear family, We were shocked & saddened to hear of Lee's passing. We all knew Lee from our work here at Deputy Electronics, Inc. Lee was our primary contact & purchaser for Rose Acre Farms for many years. Lee was very highly regarded by his business contacts! He will be greatly missed! You have our prayers & deepest sympathy during this time of grief. May the Lord richly bless you with comfort and peace that passes understanding!

Obituary

Lee's Obituary

Lee Ertel passed away on August 7, 2014 at the age of 63 in Seymour, Indiana. Funeral Home Services for Lee are being provided by Voss and Sons Funeral Service. The obituary was featured in Tribune on August 8, 2014.