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Reynolds Funeral Chapel

2466 Addison Ave East, Twin Falls, ID

OBITUARIO

Ed Oler

9 diciembre , 19529 junio , 2019
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Ed Oler nació el 9 diciembre , 1952 en Concordia, Kansas y falleció el 9 junio , 2019 en Twin Falls, Idaho surrounded by his family.

Servicios

  • Memorial Service viernes, 21 junio , 2019

Recuerdos

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Kevin Dane

21 junio , 2019

Cam. Debbie and I were sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. We are up in Oregon and we’re just reading paper on line. Again u take care.

Clements Family

19 junio , 2019

Please accept our deepest condolences during this most difficult time. We know your hearts will be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times that you shared together. May our loving Heavenly Father provide you with the comfort and support that you need during this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4

Heidi Walker

13 junio , 2019

You always had the best personality to make us laugh and wise words when it was needed. I was listening to Angel of the morning by Juice Nouton this morning it warmed my heart hearing a song you let me listen to when I was 14 years old so I would have a song to sing to Angel. Oh my sweet Uncle Ed I love you more then words could express. Fly high

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Biografía

Ed was born on December 9, 1952 in Concordia, Kansas to Vernon "Curly" and Nettie Lou Oler. He was the baby of the family, born after his older brother, Marty, and his older sister, Sue. The family moved to Aurora, Colorado and Ed spent his childhood, teenage, and early adult years there.

Ed met Cam when he was 22 and she was 16. Little did they know that one day, not too far off, their story would begin. Cam and Ed were married in Lake Tahoe on March 29, 1991 and recently celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary. This upcoming Father's Day weekend will make 34 years of living life together. Theirs was a true, committed, and joyous love. They moved to Idaho to raise their three children; Tim, Addie, and Libbie. Ed was an amazing husband and father; humorous, loving, and always present and reliable.

Ed was a Drywaller for 40+ years and he excelled at his craft. During his life Ed ran a successful construction company, Magic Valley Drywall. Ed knew there was an art to this aspect of construction and took immense pride in the quality of his work. Beyond drywall, Ed returned to college for a few years to explore an education degree, drove semi for Dot Trucking Company, and worked in maintenance for a local property management company. Regardless of where he worked, Ed's infectious personality allowed him to connect to people and build lasting friendships.

Ed loved music (and was often called 'The Music Man'), restoring old cars and, most recently a camper, building pretty much anything, the Denver Broncos, Coors, being with his family, the outdoors, reading, and driving his wife crazy.

Ed is survived by his loving wife, Cam; sons, Tim (Liz) and Timm H (Dani).; daughters, Addie (Jon) and Libbie (Bryce); grandchildren, Parker, Lily, Ella, Liam, Aiden, Mikel, and Dixxie; great grandchildren Dalton, and Wyatt, along with countless family and friends.