In Loving Memory

Jeff Ehlert

Jeff Ehlert
September 10, 1957
March 15, 2023
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To the Ehlert family, I am so very sorry about the loss of Jeff. I have only the fondest memories of him. He was an exceptional man who made a lasting impact on those who knew him. You have my deepest sympathy and my prayers are with you during this difficult time and the days ahead.
Robert Gaskamp
Casper, WY
Jeff had a formative impact on my life through his involvement with the youth ministry at St. Paul's. I will always carry his presence as a great mentor and friend, and try to emulate his example with those I mentor along my path.
Justin Borchardt
Houston, TX
I am so sorry to hear about Jeff's passing. Always enjoyed the opportunities I had to be around him. His name has been added to the roll and will be called at the Texas A & M Muster ceremony in April. It will be my honor to hold a candle for him.
Russell Hill
College Station, TX
Thinking of you and your family at this time. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Much love,
David, Kristi, and Charli Crowson
David and Kristi Crowson
Brenham, TX
So sorry to hear this. Always had a great time with Jeffrey. Condolences to the Ehlert family.

Greg "Craig" Simms
Greg Simms
Stonewall, TX
So sorry to hear about this. Jeff was a great person and friend. I remember our times at Key Club fondly. May he rest in peace.
John Nowak
Charlotte, TX
Gloria and Family,
We extend our profound sympathy to you. We always thought the world of Jeff. Remembering him as a young boy brings back many fond recollections. He was a well respected individual who had a personality of kindness and friendliness for everyone he came in contact with. May God grant you peace and comfort at this difficult time. Sending lots of love.
Douglas and Marilyn
Marilyn Heckmann
Brenham, TX
In Christian sympathy, I remember the phrase "you can shed tears because he's gone...or you can smile because he lived"...and Jeff truly lived. He touched so many lives in so many positive ways. The best tribute to his life would be to continue that legacy...
Mary Lou
Mary Lou and Roger Winkelmann
Brenham, TX
Please accept our most sincere condolences. Jeff was a real character. He always had a smile to share. I enjoyed visiting him. Once he told me while working in Austin for a mattress company he dressed up in a mattress costume and paraded around in the parking lot. He said sales that day were the best in a long time. I never knew if he really dressed up or was pulling my leg. I could always count on him to brighten my day. Jeff will be missed by many.
I am truly sorry for your loss but feel blessed to have been a friend.

Our sympathy,
Debra & Rick Eckert
Rick Eckert Family
Burton, TX
Please accept my sincere condolences on Jeff's death.
Hal Moorman
Brenham, TX
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