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Ernest Oetter Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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June 19, 2017
I appreciate Ernie and Steve for helping me to get through college here in Denver before transferring to another school on the East coast and earning my professional rehab therapist license. What a shock! Had no idea. I pray for his wife and whatever children he left behind. He was a perfectionist and was uncompromising! May God's peace be with everyone.
June 24, 2015
A resilient and inquisitive man. I will miss him as a patient and friend.

Dr Fuenzalida
June 16, 2015
Ernie will be truly missed but never forgotten. I owe a lot to this man for his early life guidance as I grew up working for him. He introduced me to Jeeping and joys of the mountain's. One day he turned his jeep around on Highway 285 when I though a Pepsi can out the window. He couldn't belie I did that! I called in sick to Ernie one snowy day so I could have some fun with my Jeep pulling folks out of the snow. As luck would have it Ernie drove by me with his Jeep pulling an oven and suggested I come in to see him Monday morning..."And Bring in Your Jackets" he said. He fired Me!!! I've never thrown trash in the woods or called in sick since. He remained a solid friend and I will miss sharing a cold Pepsi with him.

Cheers to Ernie!