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Franklin Shill Bueler

Franklin Shill Bueler, 69, of Camp Verde, Arizona passed away January 19, 2014. He was born May 6, 1944 to Frank and June (Shill) Bueler in Austin, Texas. He was a graduate of Chandler High School and served a full-time mission in the southern states for The Church of Jesus Christ of  Latter-day Saints. He then served in the US Army.  He married Karen Ramey and they eventually had seven sons. He attended the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and returned to the family business in Arizona. He spent many hours doing volunteer work in the community. In 1986 he moved his family to Prescott, Arizona and enjoyed many years as a Funeral Director there. In 2005 he moved to Camp Verde and assisted his son, Benjamin with the funeral home. He was preceded in death by his son, Adam; father, Frank; and sister, Suzanne. He is survived by his loving wife, Karen; sons, Samuel, Ethan (Elisa), Jonathan (Marsha), Benjamin (Michelle), Alexander, Graham and Elliott (Elizabeth); his mother, June; sisters, Helen and Gayle; brother, Gordon and 17 grandchildren.

A visitation will be 9:00 am, Friday, January 24, 2014 with funeral service to follow at 11:00 am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1115 E. Ray Rd., Chandler, Arizona. A Camp Verde visitation will be the evening of Friday, January 24, 2014 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Bueler residence, 82 E. Walker Rd. Visitation will be continued at 9:00 am on Saturday, January 25, 2014 with  funeral service to follow at 10:00 am at The Church of Jesus  Christ of Latter-day Saints, Camp Verde Chapel, 360 S. 5th Street Camp Verde, Arizona. Rather than flowers, the Bueler family requests that you offer a quiet act of service in Franklin's memory. 

5 Comments to Franklin Shill Bueler:

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Richard A. Lozano on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 11:09 AM
Dear Ben and the entire Bueler family, My condolences to you. I will remember Frank's kind and warm smiles. Richard Lozano
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Dan Douglas on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 2:27 PM
Sorry Ben and Sam about your father. He was a great guy. I will try to make the services if I can. Please call if you need help with anything.
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Butch and Cathy Hampton on Saturday, January 25, 2014 9:31 AM
Dear Bueler Family, Franklin was a superior Funeral Director, old school, he taught you well. We know you will continue his legacy. Cathy and I would be there, but she is sick and I don't know if it is contagious and I don't want to bring it over to your house. We waited till the last minute anticipating that we might be able to make it to the services this morning. Bless you. If we can do anything to help you please don't hesitate to call us, we will be there.
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Eilene Shellman on Monday, January 27, 2014 10:06 PM
Dear Ben, We are so sorry to hear of your father's passing. There is nothing we can say to change what is. There is nothing we can say that will even begin to ease your grief. You were such a blessing to us with the passing of our son. I wish there was more we could do for you than just offer a handful of words. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With love and prayers, Eilene and Ray Shellman
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rhonda on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 11:48 AM
Dear Bueler Family..hello. I am so sorry for your loss. When I can across the obit, I really just wanted to offer my deep condolences! I am hoping too that my condolences will be of some comfort to you. Please take care. Rhonda....mov1315@yahoo.com The faithful man Job said: “If an able-bodied man dies can he live again? . . . You will call, and I myself shall answer you. For the work of your hands you will have a yearning.” (Job 14:14, 15) This denotes God’s earnest longing and desire. (Genesis 31:30; Psalm 84:2) Clearly, God must keenly anticipate the resurrection. Can we really believe the resurrection promise? Yes, there is no doubt that God and his Son are both willing and able to fulfill it. What does this mean for you? You have the prospect of being reunited with dead loved ones right here on earth but under very different conditions!
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