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Monday, July 6th, 2015
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- 10:30:23, Jun 26th 2015 - SV80 - Kim Wentworth: Let's take your points one by one. (1) "you set your foreig ... [Read More]
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Fri, Jan 23rd, 2004
Posted in Obituaries
Posted in Obituaries
Tommy Gene Ober, 67, died January 18, 2004 at his home in Chatfield after a lengthy illness with cancer.
He was born May 4, 1936, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from high school there in 1954. After high school he joined the Marines and lived in Michigan, Georgia and Rochester. He had lived in Chatfield since 1998. He is a retired IBM manager. He married Shirley Meredith in 1956 and was later divorced. He married Marcia Redalen on June 17, 1995, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Surviving are his wife, of Chatfield; two sons, Lawrence (Kimberly) of Prior Lake, Minn., and Steven (Kathy) of Seattle, Wash.; one daughter, Rebecca (Robin) Flickinger of Forest Lake, Minn.; a stepson, Derek Heald of Fountain; a stepdaughter, Amy (Joel) Hines of Chatfield; nine grandchildren; and two sisters, Phyllis (Glenn) Davis of Dayton, Ohio, and Cheryl Ober in Cincinnati. A memorial service for Tommy Gene Ober was January 20, 2004 in Chatfield Lutheran Church, the Rev. Eric Finsand officiating. His body was cremated.