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Elliot Thomas
Kahle

Kahle, Elliot T.
Sunday, November 30, 2008, age 19 years. Son of Richard E. Kahle and Laura J. Nathan Cobbs. Brother of Sgt. Maxwell R. Kahle. Grandson of Juliann Kahle and Carolyn Burge. Dear loving friend of Katie Priefer and best friend of Jake Lovedahl. Also survived by many aunts and uncles, 1 nephew, 15 cousins and other relatives and many friends.
Memorial Service Saturday, December 6, at 3:00 PM at the Funeral Home. Visitation Saturday at the Funeral Home from 11:00 AM until the time of the Memorial Service 3:00 P.M.. In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated.
Elliot was a graduate of Oak Creek Senior High School Class of 2008.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Johnson Reiss
Klemmer Scheuerell Tyborski
9200 S. 27th St., Oak Creek
Guest Book and Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Mrs. Lise Balk

Dear Kahle Family,

I had the privilege of being Elliot’s 8th grade American history teacher. Although it has been 4 years since he sat in my classroom, when I hear his name, I can picture him coming into class, plopping down in his desk, smiling and laughing constantly. Elliot was one of those students who is memorable just because he was always himself. I enjoyed his sense of humor and his critical mind. He was always a good class participant and was an example for others by being able to think “out of the box.” I’m sure he carried those traits into his college career. I am so sorry that his loss was premature, but please believe that his life made an impression on those he touched while growing up. He is one of my most memorable students and he will be missed.

Sincerely,
Lise Balk
8th grade American History teacher
OCWMS

Kim Palmer

Dear Jim Kahle Family,

My deepest sympathies for the untimely death of your nephew. May God hold you close and comfort you in the difficult time.

Kim Palmer

Dear Jim Kahle Family,

My deepest sympathies for the untimely death of your nephew. May God hold you close and comfort you in the difficult time.

Mrs. Lise Balk

Dear Kahle Family,

I had the privilege of being Elliot’s 8th grade American history teacher. Although it has been 4 years since he sat in my classroom, when I hear his name, I can picture him coming into class, plopping down in his desk, smiling and laughing constantly. Elliot was one of those students who is memorable just because he was always himself. I enjoyed his sense of humor and his critical mind. He was always a good class participant and was an example for others by being able to think “out of the box.” I’m sure he carried those traits into his college career. I am so sorry that his loss was premature, but please believe that his life made an impression on those he touched while growing up. He is one of my most memorable students and he will be missed.

Sincerely,
Lise Balk
8th grade American History teacher
OCWMS

Jim and Barb Marrs

Dear Dick, Laura, and Kahle and Burge Families:

We were saddened to hear about Elliot. We wish there was something we could say or do to make your loss easier. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Love, Jim and Barb Marrs

Bruce Conley

Laura, Sorry to hear about your loss. This is Bruce Conley PPG days. I shall say a prayer for you and your family and loved ones. I get to Milwaukee once or twice a year so maybe we can catch up.

Gil and Lucia Kuglitsch

Dear Dick,Laura, and families
We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Patti Tobin

Dear Laura and Family,

My heart goes out to you at this difficult time, and I pray that God showers you with his love, blessings, and strength to carry you through.

Most sincerely,

Patti Tobin

Elena Ojeda

Dear Laura and Family,
My sincere and deepest condolonces in the lost of your son, my God give you the strength to endure in these difficult times. I will keep you in my prayers.

DIANE AND DENNIS DUMMER

AUNT JULIE, COUSIN DICK AND FAMILY
WE ARE SO SORRY TO HERE OF THE UNTIMELY PASSING OF YOUR GRANDSON AND SON. YOUR IN OUR THOUGHTS AND
PRAYERS.BLESS YOU ALL.
DIANE AND DENNIS DUMMER

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