Year to year, generation to generation,
the focus of Mockler Funeral Home
has been family service!

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Barb, Brenda and families,
Sorry for your loss. She was a great lady, and will be missed.

So sorry for your loss -
Brenda and family your mom was such a wonderful lady please accept our sincerest sympathies from our family. May you be reunited one day in the hereafter this I do believe. Hugs from across the miles hold one another close.

Flower Child
I will always remember Ethel as the original “Flower Child”. You could find her working in her beautiful garden every morning Ethel would be doing the work and George would be giving the tours. Both Ethel and George took great pride in their masterpiece. Barb and I would stop and visit Ethel on our daily our bike ride and she would point out the latest flowers in bloom. Ethel generously shared her family recipe for Syrian grape leaves and gave Barb and I a cooking lesson using the grape leaves she grew in her garden. I am certain that if you go by her garden you may still see her there.

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of this beautiful lady. She always had a kind word and a lovely smile. Heaven certainly will be a brighter place with this gem. God blessed us with her gentle soul. Condolences to her family. ❤️

My heart is so sad to read about the passing of Ethel who was the absolute "Salt of the earth". She was a most kind and compassionate woman along with being bright and beautiful and born with a " green thumb",,,her flowers were glorious,,may she be welcomed with open arms and beautiful bouquet of flowers! Hoping she can now rest in peace forever! My condolences to Brenda and her family and also to her special niece and husband, Barb and Terry Thibodeau, who were present for Ethel everyday!

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