Elaine Mehler Obituary, Death – On the evening of Thursday, July 14, 2011, Elaine Mehler, who resided in Berks County, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully. At the time of her passing, she had reached the age of 75 years old and had spent the majority of her life in that location. She has never lived anywhere other besides the state of Pennsylvania in her entire life. As was to be expected and anticipated, the effects of natural causes brought about Elaine Mehler’s demise, which was peaceful.
Both of her parents had passed away; her father, Charles Donough, had died, and her mother, Mary (McLaughlin) Donough, had also passed away. Neither of their children were able to see their parents again. There was never another opportunity for either of their children to reunite with their parents. There was never another chance for either of their children to get back together with their parents after that incident. Having said that, she had no parents and no siblings at this stage in her life.
Hentrance into this world took occurred on November 21st, 1935, in the community of Bethel Township, which is found within Berks County and is one of the municipalities that make up Berks County. Berks County Hospital, which was the location of her delivery at the time, was the location. Her sister Anna Donoho, who resided in Frankfort, Indiana, and her brother Donald C. Mehler, who went away on April 19, 2004, both perished dead before she did.
Neither of her siblings were able to outlive her. Her only surviving relatives were her aunt Anna Donoho and her uncle Donald C. Mehler. Her spouse, Donald C. Mehler, also passed away on April 19, 2004, the same day she did. After a protracted course of treatment, her partner lost their battle with disease on April 19, 2004, despite their best efforts. The following members of the family have been able to make it successfully through this challenging time: daughters Debra A., wife of Donald Clauser of Myerstown, Donna K., wife of Ira Kerns of Schuylkill Haven, Gayle E., wife of Charles Lawrence of Bainbridge, and Carol J. Mehler at home; grandson Charles Lawrence, II of Elizabethtown; granddaughter Lisa Clauser of Lebanon; great-granddaughter Vanessa Bracero of Lebanon; and brothers Neil, husband of