Edward Arthur Marheine
Friday 29th of April 1927 - Wednesday 27th of November 2019
Camp Nelson National Cemetery
6980 Danville Road, Nicholasville, Kentucky
Edward Arthur Marheine, age 92, of Lexington Kentucky, passed away Wednesday, November 27, 2019, at Mayfair Village Retirement Community.
Edward was born April 29, 1927 in Milwaukee Wisconsin.
He was the Son of the late Arthur and Erna Marheine. Edward Graduated
from Wauwatosa High School, and then Served his Country in the Army as a Tank
Driver during WWII. After the War He attended the University of Michigan
in Ann Arbor Michigan, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in
Electrical Engineering. He also went on the get His Professional
Engineering Certificate. At the University of Michigan He met his Wife of
70 years, Carol Nancy Macha, and Married Her on October 15, 1949.
Edward is preceded in death by His parents: one grandson,
Andrew, son of Edward’s son Robert: one grandson, Benjamin, son of Edward’s
daughter Cynthia: and one great granddaughter, Ruby, daughter of Edward’s
granddaughter Cortney. . Edward is Survived by His three children and their
spouses and special friends: Robert and special friend Judy (in Manitowoc
Wisconsin), Constance and husband Michael (in St Louis Missouri), and Cynthia
and husband David (in New Berlin, Wisconsin). Also five grandchildren:
Robert’s children Nicole (Tom) Meissner, Adam, and Caleb (Crystal) - and
Cynthia’s children Cortney (Jason) Mazurek, and Katherine (Michael)
Loppnow-Rayle. He is also survived by six great grandchildren: Alida and
Anya (Andrew) Jackson (Nicole), Vanessa (Adam), Olivia and Gibson (Cortney).
Edward’s Interests are varied. He was a Ham Radio
Operator for many years, but he let His license lapse (W9BJV). He
volunteered at the University of Kentucky to help People from different
countries that have immigrated to the United States, gotten Their Citizenship,
and needed help in becoming more fluent in English. He enjoyed this very
much. He was also a very talented musician, playing the guitar, banjo,
harmonica, violin (somewhat), and saw, Yes, saw. He also was a very
good singer, singing in the various Church choirs in the Churches He attended,
and singing in the Christmas singing group at Mayfair Village, notably singing
Silent Night in German as a solo.
There will be no Memorial
Service for Edward. Edward will be cremated, and buried at Camp Nelson
Carol, My thoughts and prayers are with you in your loss of Ed. So enjoyed meeting you and Ed at SHUMC as you answered the phone. Praying Carol Marshall