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Ewald Rudolph Karcher
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Birth: Apr. 30, 1924
Noble County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: May 30, 1994
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma County
Oklahoma, USA

Ewald Rudolph Karcher

Ewald was a hard working man. He worked at the CO-OP for most of his working years in addition to farming with cattle and grain and hay crops.

He loved the Lord, his church and his family very much. He served as an usher in the church for many years.

He was a kindhearted loving man. He loved baseball and was a die-hard fan of the St. Louis Cardinals. He also played baseball in his younger years.

He loved to farm and tend to his cattle. The farm was he get away place.

He went with his wife when she played music at the nursing homes even though he never played music himself but he enjoyed the music and enjoyed helping his wife get the music setup with loading and unloading equipment.

Ewald's parents were Adam Karcher and Emilie I Karcher.

Ewald's sister was Wanda (Fuxa) (Karcher) Sharp.

Mertie Juanita (Melton) (Karcher) Vick

On a trip back to Perry after graduating from High School, Juanita met Ewald Rudolph Karcher, who was born on April 30, 1924 in Orlando, Oklahoma and they were married at the Christ Lutheran Church on November 25th 1950 in Perry Oklahoma.

They made their first home on the farm located two miles west of Perry and 1 mile south. They lived on the farm for 2 1/2 years. Then they moved to their home on Jackson St in Perry and then in 1955, they bought their new home at 512 Maple Street in Perry. Juanita still lives at this home today.

Ewald Karcher died on May 30 1994 after a severe heart attach. Ewald is buried in the Christ Lutheran Cemetery, East of Perry, Oklahoma. Later that year, Juanita married Roger Vick. Juanita had four brothers and one sister.

Darrell Dean Karcher was born in Perry on September 05, 1952. Darrell now lives on the family farm located 3 miles west, 1 mile south and 1 mile west of Perry. Darrell has three children. Levi Dean Karcher (November 01, 1975) born in Perry, Oklahoma, Jennifer Karcher (October 02, 1976) born in Perry, Oklahoma and Abraham Lee Karcher (March 10, 1979) born in Cresent, Oklahoma.

Margaret Janan (Karcher) Feken was born in Perry on November 16, 1955. Janan was married to Dennis Feken and they have two children who were all born in Perry, Oklahoma. Denise Lynette (Feken) Clayton born on April 03, 1979 and Joshua Dean Feken born on June 02, 1983.

Robbie Ewald Karcher was born in Perry on December 12, 1960. Robbie was murdered in Perry, Oklahoma on July 27th, 1996 and is buried in the Richburg Cemetery, East of Perry, Oklahoma.

Juanita plays the piano and sings and has been entertaining at the local nursing homes and at the Billings Fairchild Center since 1981. She usually plays two or three times a week somewhere in the community.

Poem written about Ewald.

I think today of what I'm sure, That Ewald would have said, If he could be with us today, And hear his service read, His heart would break, and he would weep, To see our grief and fears, He'd say don't weep and cry for me, God's wiped away my tears, I've reached life's goal of many years, I've gone to be with God, I hope that someday each of you, Will walk the path I've trod, To feel the joy of seeing Christ, Our garments cleansed and white, Washed clean by His dear precious blood, He made it all so right, I want you all to mourn with joy, Because I've shed my load, I've found the peace we all seek for, And God's my new abode. There is a place for each of you, I'll share with you someday, If only you will seek to walk, With Jesus every day, My family is so dear to me, I love them everyone, I wish that I could ease your grief, The victory I have won, I only pray that each of you, May find this path someday, And find the joy and peace God gives, When we walk in His way, For God is love and peace and truth, Keep your hearts right with God, And be walking down those steps, That our dear Savior trod, If you desire to honor me, And remember all my love, You only need to serve my God, And someday come above.

For Jesus is the only hope, The world has left today, So my children, Keep His laws, And give your love each day, To show your children, family, friends, God gives us hope today, So please seek Him and serve Him well, He'll take your cares away. My life's example He may use, His way to lead you to, Hold fast my love and memories dear, My life I lived for you, I only wish I had done more, To show my love was true, You are the reason that I lived, This life was all for you, My prayer is that my love may guide, You on that narrow path, Until the day we once more walk, Together down life's path. Weep no more for me my love, Life must proceed along, Just help our children find God's way, And bring them safely on, I want so much to see their faces, Round our Savior's throne, I miss you all so very much, For now we walk alone, But Jesus He will comfort us, As we trudge on alone, I'm sad for each of you today, You hurt and I'm not there. My God will help you each find peace, Give Him your every care, You must each one help, To fill the void, Within our family dear, That each grandchild may always know, Our God is always near.

Since I'm not there to see you grow, And help you on life's way. You'll have to help each other, To fill each coming day, With service to our God and King, There's joy no other way, So walk my path and seek my God, We'll meet again someday. I'll truly miss my loving wife, I long to hold you near, I am so very proud of you, So wipe away your tears, I love my sons, Young men of whom, I'm very very proud, May each one learn from my mistakes, And meet me in the clouds, My daughter always she will be, My sweet and precious child, I'll miss your hugs and kisses dear, Your daddy's sweet dear child, I long to see your children grow, And see them try and try, Until each one has reached their goal, Their happiness, Their sighs, God bless each one, as you walk down, That strait and narrow trail, I wait with joy as each one comes, To live within God's vail.

A friend.
Family links: 
  Adam Karcher (1878 - 1947)
  Emilie I Karcher (1882 - 1937)
  Robbie Ewald Karcher (1960 - 1996)*
  Arnold Karcher (1904 - 1977)*
  Wilhelm A Karcher (1906 - 1980)*
  Fred Karcher (1909 - 1986)*
  Reinholt Karcher (1911 - 1913)*
  Oswald H Karcher (1915 - 1991)*
  Wanda (Fuxa) Karcher Sharp (1920 - 2007)*
  Ewald Rudolph Karcher (1924 - 1994)
*Calculated relationship
Richburg Cemetery
Noble County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Roger Vick
Record added: May 25, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19521167
Ewald Rudolph Karcher
Added by: Roger Vick
Ewald Rudolph Karcher
Added by: Roger Vick
Ewald Rudolph Karcher
Added by: Roger Vick
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Honey I still miss you so very much, and always will. I am just waiting for the day when I can see you again, and give you a big hug. It has never been the same since you left me, but I had peace in knowing you went the way you wanted to go, I just wasn't...(Read more)
- Juanita Vick
 Added: Oct. 24, 2009
Grandpa,We miss you so much. So many things has happened that I just want to tell you about. I talked about you to Kelly all the time. And he even misses you. I wish you could have met Kelly. Grandpa we can't wait to see you again someday soon. Take care ...(Read more)
- Granddaughter Denise
 Added: Nov. 3, 2007
Daddy I miss you so much. So much has changed since you've been gone. I only wish we could of had more years with you.I love you and think of you often.
- Jan
 Added: Aug. 15, 2007
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