Louis Joseph Beucler,
Age 79 of Dellroy, Ohio passed away peacefully at home April 13th 2021. Born Dec 30, 1941 in Mineral City, Ohio, the son of Louis and Jennie (Soehnlen) Beucler. Louis is survived by his brother John Beucler, sisters Joan Turner, Margaret Gursky, Lisa Kornau, and Genevieve Sizemore, children Michele (Joe) Barnowski and Mike (Lori) Beucler and a beloved stepson Chris (Lori) Lashley, many nieces and nephews, four grandchildren, Nathan (Kristen) Materna, Bobbi Sorensen, Bryan Kramerage and Blue. He especially enjoyed his four great grandchildren, Izzabella, Melina, Elliot and Thomas. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Paul Beucler. Laddie starred in track and field at Tuscarawas Valley High School, after which he married Linda (Domer) Beucler. He spent a few years at Timken, some time on Oil Drilling rigs, then concentrated on farming and oil wells before moving to Dellroy, Ohio. He raised cattle, horses, draft horses and lots of dogs. Louie enjoyed training dogs for rabbit and coon hunting and won several Field Trial trophies for his dogs. Owner of Beucler Brothers Incorporated and the former owner of Whiner's bar in East Sparta, Louis was a long-time independent oil producer and continued to operate and manage his wells until his final days. An accomplished gardener, he enjoyed showing his produce, flowers and even a few floral arrangements at the Carroll County Fair and won hundreds of ribbons over the years. He used his green thumb to hybridize and register two new varieties of gladiolas which he named "Lad's Glad" and "The Class of '59." A former bear hunter, he became a bear owner who traveled the area with Inky the black bear, which he raised from a cub. He enjoyed reading anything about hunting with hounds or history, a good conversation, old and new friends and spending time with family and loved ones. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Finefrock-Gordon Funeral Home in Magnolia with his son, Lay Speaker of The United Methodist Church, Michael Beucler, officiating. Friends may call Sat. two hours before the service, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Louis’s memory may be made to Community Hospice, 716 Commercial Ave SW, New Philadelphia, OH 44663. Interment will be in German Cemetery following cremation. Condolences may be left at: www.gordonfuneralhomes.com.
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