Esther Bremer

Mass of Christian Burial for Esther Bremer, 70, of Baker was held Feb. 12, 2013 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Baker.

 

Esther Bremer
Esther Bremer

Posted February 14, 2013

Mass of Christian Burial for Esther Bremer, 70, of Baker was held Feb. 12, 2013 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Baker. Rite of Committal was in St. John’s Catholic Cemetery in Baker. A rosary service was held Feb. 11, at Stevenson Funeral Home in Baker.

Esther passed away Feb. 6, 2013 at Fallon Medical Complex in Baker.

Esther Jean Bremer was born in Baker, Feb. 11, 1942, a daughter of John and Pauline (Graff) Ehret. She graduated from Plevna High School in 1960 and worked at Ruth’s Cafe.

Esther met Gerald Bremer and the two were married Aug. 25, 1962 at St. John’s Catholic Church in Baker. This union was blessed with five children: Colleen, Pam, Kim, Jason and Tamra. They made their home in Baker where Esther was a devoted wife and mother in raising her family. She was a member of St. John’s Catholic Daughters and the American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed bowling, gardening, and coffee with the ladies.

After Gerald passed away in 1985, she was employed at the Ben Franklin store, and then at Fallon Medical Complex as a cook. In 2010, Esther retired and enjoyed being with her family and friends. She especially enjoyed doing puzzles with the ladies.

Esther is survived by her children, Colleen (Hue) Croy of Ennis, Pam (Doug) Chisam of Bellevue, Neb., Kim (Vance) O’Donnell of Baker, Jason Bremer of Memphis, Tenn., and Tamra (Brent) Lorbiecke of Baker; eight grandchildren, Derrick (Darcie) O’Donnell, Payton and MiKenna O’Donnell, Cole, Elic and Silas Chisam, Donovan and Colin Lorbiecke; a sister, Betty Buerkle, of Baker; a brother, Leonard (Carol) Ehret of Sidney; numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald; her parents, John and Pauline Ehret; and a brother, Richard Ehret.

Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.stevensonfuneralhome.com.

Arrangements are under the care of Stevenson Funeral Home of Baker.

      



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