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September 22, 2018

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November 27, 2017
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
November 26, 2017
I grew up on the same block as the Moeller family. My dad and Mr. Moeller would pheasant hunt in the apple orchard with our dog, Tag. My dad told me that they would see who could get home early to take the dog out and go hunting. They both had smiles on their faces walking through the tall grass in the orchard. I was just a little guy bringing up the rear and staying low. Lots of talk about the one that got away. I was more objective as three 12 ga rounds went off, Ya missed it, as the leaves fell to the ground. But occasionally, we did get to enjoy a pheasant. I would watch my dad clean the bird and teach me some anatomy. My mom would cook it. I learned to watch out for the bird shot the hard way, but it was great as it was a meal that our dads provided. I felt like a 1960s Pilgrim.

Mrs. Moeller and my mother enjoyed the time they spent together. I think they were very close and had a lasting friendship. They used to make Christmas cookies during the holiday and I remember it as being quite a production. They had stuff all over the kitchen: sugar, flour, sparkly topping stuff, a hot oven, and mixer going full out. Lots of baking pans to prep and cookies to bake. They used to break a sweet, but wow was it worth it. I used to cycle around and inspect the cookies as they dialed the variables in and knowing that cookies coming out the second or third round were the best. I could wait no longer. I had to ask, can I have a few please. Hot cookies and cold milkit was the best. I remember them having fun doing that together.

I have so many more great memories spending time with Mr. and Mrs. Moeller, Mike, Scott, Sharon, and Mark.

To Mr. Moeller, I have to say he was a quiet man, but usually beat me in ping pong.

It takes time to find a place for change. My thoughts go out the Moeller family.

Christopher C Massin, D.O.
November 24, 2017
His family, friends and even the world will remember and miss Ernest G. Moeller, Jr., a hard-working man of honesty, compassion and integrity. He set an example for the rest of us and we all suffer a considerable loss with his passing.

Suzanne and Gary Walker