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Karin Ehmer

Died: February 19, 2017

Karin Ehmer, 75, of Palm Coast, FL, passed away on February 19, 2017 at Flagler Hospital.

Karin was born in Germany on January 11, 1942 to Ludwig and Catherine Stubbe.
When she was 16, she immigrated to the United States on a boat by herself. She spent her career working and owning German delicatessens on Long Island, New York. Those who knew her seldom failed to mention that she was incredibly strong, a hard worker, and very generous. Her unwavering faith and hope in the face of many hardships was inspiring to many.

Karin was predeceased by her parents, Ludwig and Catherine Stubbe, her siblings Rosemary Winters, Ludwig Stubbe, her late husband Herbert Ehmer and her son Robert Ehmer.

Karin is survived by her children Richard Ehmer, Anne Pisacano, Annette Ehmer and John Dethlefs and her grandchildren Brittney Ehmer, Tiffany Ehmer Margaret Pisacano, Victoria Pisacano, Eric Dethlefs, Jaiden Dethlefs, and Peyton Dethlefs. Also, like a son to her is Willie Dethlefs.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

The family wishes to extend their gratitude to Genie Salvatore, Carol Hewett and Flagler Hospital for their support in her final days.

Funeral services will be noon on Feb. 24th at 962 Old US Highway 70, Black Mountain, NC, 28711.

A second memorial service will be at Etowah United Methodist Church, 110 Brickyard Road, Etowah, NC, 28729 Friday at 4pm.

Service Information

Service Information

Date: Friday, February 24, 2017

Time: 12:00 pm

Location:

Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

1270 Old US 70 Hwy. West
Black Mountain, NC 28711


Cemetery Information

Date: Friday, February 24, 2017

Location:

Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

1270 Old US 70 Hwy. West
Black Mountain, NC 28711


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