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Merlin Albert KIESEWETTER

October 12, 1941November 8, 2020

Merlin Albert KIESEWETTER was born on October 12, 1941 and passed away on November 8, 2020 and is under the care of Dorsey-E. Earl Smith Memory Gardens Funeral Home.

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BILL GADDIS

November 20, 2020

Thoughts and prayers for all the family. Lots of good memories with Merlin at Olympia.

Deb Eberle

November 19, 2020

Carrie, we just learned about Merlin's passing; so very sorry! Mike & I so appreciate Merlin & your guidance during our formative school years. Your love story was inspiring. You & the extended family will be in our prayers.
Debbie (Monk) & Mike Eberle

Jerry and Darla Watkins

November 18, 2020

Carrie🌿,
Our prayers go out to you and all your family🙏We pray for strength and beautiful memories of Merlin to carry you thru the difficult days ahead. He defiantly made a difference in all those he touched with his open heart and caring attitude❣️ His memorial service was a Beautiful Tribute from family and friends and a statement of how Merlin lived his life. We and our family, are so thankful for the friendship we shared and will continue to share. Love you, Jerry, Darla and family

K Hackney

November 18, 2020

My deepest condolences to Carrie and family. I always liked talking to Merlin and sharing stories and talking about history. A genuinely good guy.

Stephanie Bates

November 18, 2020

Carrie, Kassie and Glen..........and families. My heart hurts for you with Merlin's passing. My memories of Merlin always bring a smile to my face. I especially loved my time out at the farm. While we are far apart by miles we continue to send our love and prayers. Matt, Cody and Colin are also praying. Even the boys have such fun memories at the farm and all that Merlin shared with them. Merlin was bigger than life to them with his awesome stories and memorabilia. Such a blessing to know he is with Jesus and how much his love was for Christ. We love all of you and pray for your comfort. Matt, Stephanie, Cody and Colin Bates

Clayton Hutcheson

November 18, 2020

Carrie, It was always a pleasure to be around Merlin. We were always looking forward to your return to Florida. He was a special addition to our Bible study group and our class parties. Merlin added something special to our lives.
We will miss him greatly.
Clayton and Ann Hutcheson

Ian Lemons

November 16, 2020

Dear Aunt Carrie,
We are very sorry for your loss. Uncle Merlin was a fun guy to be around. I learned a lot from him and had many great memories with him. We will miss him a lot.
Ian and Aidan Lemons

Duane and Barb Hill

November 16, 2020

Our deepest thoughts and prayers to you, Carrie, and your family. We were so sorry to hear of your loss of Merlin, but he left quite a legacy behind and so many wonderful memories for you. Take care of yourself.

Richard Schmid

November 15, 2020

Carrie and Family,
Merlin was a wonderful person and a great friend. He always made me feel
good about my auction ability and made me feel good about myself. I always looked forward to working an auction with him. I knew it would be a fun time. Sure will miss him!
Richard Schmid

Gene Smith

November 15, 2020

Carrie and family Sorry to hear about Merlins passing It's been a pleasure to know him, work with him, and for him. He will be greatly missed. Gene Smith

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