Esther Anna Brettner

September 6, 1919 - October 25, 2005
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Esther Anna Brettner nee Dritlein age 86 of Wheatfield, IN passed away Tuesday, October 25, 2005 at VNA Hospice Center. She is survived by her Husband Robert of 65 years 2 Children: Sharon Harlan of Wheatfield Terry Mary Brettner of Marietta, GA 2 Grandchildren: Jeanette Ingram Stacy Brettner 2 Great Grandchildren: Kylie & Hailey IngramContinue Reading

david workman left a message on October 31, 2005:
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Myrtle Dritlein left a message on October 28, 2005:
I have many happy memories of us being together which will always remain in my heart and thoughts. Love and Prayers
Jeanette Ingram left a message on October 28, 2005:
My grandma was the sweetest person I ever met and she always made me feel like the most loved person in the world. I cherish every minute I ever spent with her. I will always love her. She is my angel
Brandy Terkovitz left a message on October 28, 2005:
I had the pleasure of meeting Esther when she started attending St Agnes where I worked. I will never forget her smile and how excited she would get when it was time for music. She was a wonderful dance partner, and she became one of my favorite guests. I will deeply miss her.
Daniel Workman left a message on October 27, 2005:
When I checked in at Geisen online I was reminded of the thing I remember most about Aunt Esther - that wonderful smile. To a kid, that was a great thing because I always felt comfortable and relaxed in Aunt Esther's presence. You have my heartfelt sympathies and I will remember you in my prayers.
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evelyn applequist left a message on October 27, 2005:
Esther will always be remembered for her loving and thoughtful ways. She will live in our hearts and thoughts forever. Love and prayers.
Matt, Jill and Zachary Walters left a message on October 26, 2005:
Aunt Esther's memory will live on in our hearts forever. When we think of Aunt Esther, we remember a loving Aunt who could glide across the floor light as a feather as she would dazzle us with her dancing skills with Uncle Bob. Aunt Esther's hugs were worth a million as were her smile, her kindness and her warmth. We will also remember Aunt Esther for her world famous Kolachki's. Times we loved the most were working side by side in the kitchen as we would all do dishes after a family dinner. We loved to hear her stories of when she was young. Aunt Esther may be gone from this earth, but the legacy she left will live on forever. Our thougths and prayers are with you all at this time and always. Love, Matt, Jill and Zach Walters
Geisen Funeral Home left a message:
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