Reyers North Valley Chapel

2815 Fuller Ave Ne, Grand Rapids, MI


Ellen Rosemarie Deyhle

December 16, 1940August 29, 2020

Ellen Rosemarie Deyhle, age 79, was born on December 16, 1940 and passed away on August 29, 2020. She is preceded in death by her parents, William and Frieda Deyhle, sister; Inge Tramper and her niece Julie Haskins. Ellen is survived by her nephews and nieces; Albert Haskins, Jeffrey Haskins, William Haskins, Holly Sanchez, Ken Haskins and Andy Tramper. Ellen is also survived by many grandnieces and nephews. She will always be remembered for her role model strength and kindness. Ellen lived a life of integrity and love. She will be missed greatly by all of her nieces and nephews, grand nieces and nephews and by her cat Winky Binky and dog, Bear. Memorial contributions can be made to the Humane Society of West Michigan at 3077 Wilson Dr NW, Grand Rapids MI 49534.


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Al Haskins

September 4, 2020

Ellen Deyhle, is our aunt. She is a strong women with so much integrity, within herself that we can only hope to achieve as much. Throughout Ellen’s life she has taken care of family members including myself. She took care of her mother, our grandmother, our mom and various other family members. She was always quick to point out how we could be better but looking back at her life, she has sacrificed so much for this family. Ellen was a corner stone of this family and will be missed greatly. She was not only a good person but she was a great person. I will miss her always. Love Al

Kenneth Haskins

September 2, 2020

I will always miss my aunt for the caring and compassion she had. We talked everyday about our lives and many other things. I was blessed to have such a close relationship with her. I wish we could have continued for many more years but God has chosen to have her in Heaven..

Holly Sanchez

September 1, 2020

I remember the last time, I spent with my aunt Ellen, we went to the Botanical gardens, to see Christmas around the world. It was my only special time as an adult that we got to spend together. I love her very much and will miss her dearly.


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