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Earl Louis Wiebke

July 15, 1926 — January 19, 2021

Earl Louis Wiebke, age 94 passed away of January 19, 11:55 AM In Independence Missouri at a VA Medical Foster home.  

A private graveside service will be held on Saturday June 12 at the Remsen Cemetery with Pastor Will Dole officiating.  A Celebration of life for Earl and Valjean (who passed away on January 7, 2018) will be held at the Remsen Country Club Golf Course at 1:00 Saturday June 12 and is open to everyone.  Service have been entrusted by Fisch Funeral Home & Monument. 

Earl was born on July 15, 1926 in Remsen Iowa to Alma and George Wiebke.He served in the Army during the Korean war. Earl married Valjean Margaret Wilhelmi on Oct 14, 1951in Le Mars Iowa. They lived on a farm south of Remsen where Earl farmed, and they raised their five children. 

Earl was preceded in death by his Son Andy, daughter Carole and his wife Valjean. 

Survivors are Son David and his wife Jeanne of Remsen, Son Richard and his wife Gail of Ames Iowa, their children Kendra, Colorado and Jeran of Washington DC. Daughter Mary and husband Dan of Cleveland Missouri and their Son Christian and his wife Leslie and their son Weston of Belton Missouri. Carole’s children Krysten and husband Andrew and children Brynnlin, Caleb, Aubrey and Delaney of Delmar Iowa and Tyson and wife Janelle and children Luke and Jack of Cedar Rapids Iowa.His brother Harry and his wife Lynn and their children Eric and family in New Hampshire, Gary of Long Island New York and Diane and family in Sugarland Texas. 

Earl loved baseball, playing cards, especially Pinochle and games with anyone who would play. Loved watching all his grandchildren in as many activities as he could get to. In his early years playing golf with brother Harry was a passion of his, and then again, in the later years, he enjoyed driving the cart and keeping our scores to keep us honest...He also enjoyed baking pies that Mom taught him how to make after she could no longer work in the kitchen. 

Earl and Valjean had full, well lived lives! They were loved by all who met them.  Dads’ kind and gentle demeanor and Mom’s sense of humor and outlook on life made them quite the dynamic duo, which drew people in for their hospitality and friendship. They are both dearly missed!
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