Ernest E. Aldrich

                                  February 6, 1948 -- February 25, 2016

Ernest E. Aldrich, 68, of Goshen, died at 5:11 pm, on Thursday, February 25,
at IU Health Goshen Hospital. He was born on February 6, 1948, in Flint, MI,
to Aurum and Rose (Tupper) Aldrich. Surviving is a brother, Harold (Brenda)
Aldrich of Middlebury; step mother, Gladys Aldrich of CA; two nieces, Heidi
(Israel) Johnson and Michelle (Tim) Smoker; nephew, Mike (Amy) Aldrich; 10
great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and a
sister, Adelma Aldrich. Ernie enjoyed touring around Shipshewana and
Middlebury on his motorized scooter when he lived there. Per Ernie's
request, he will be cremated with no services. Interment will be at a later date
in Durham Maine where his family is laid to rest.


                      
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Dear Aldrich family, I'm very sorry for your loss and would like to express my
condolence and deep regrets and I'd like to share how I was able to get
through the loss of my entire family because this enemy death took them. I
found much comfort and hope in what Jehovah Gods word the Bible says at
John 5:28,29 for there Jesus states that we'll see our love ones again when
he brings them back in the resurrection here on earth. Also Isaiah 25:8 tells
us this enemy death will be swallowed up forever. I found help at jw.org
(search:comfort) also and all this is how I'm able to cope and get through
each day because I miss my family so much. I'm truly hoping this will help
you in some way also for this is my purpose in sharing this with you. Please
feel free to let me know if it did at
gloriamosley@hotmail.com and please know I do share your grief and hope
to hear from you.
From: Gloria Mosley

Rest in Peace Ernie. It was a pleasure and inspiration growing up with you
around. You will be sadly missed. My condolences to the Aldrich family at this
time of loss.
From: Brad Danse

Dear Aldrich family, I send my deepest sympathy to you. I have many
childhood memories from my growing up years in Lisbon Center. I loved
living across the street from the Aldrich family. I also have fond memories of
the special friendship that my brother Michael and Ernie shared during those
years. I'm sure they are reunited and catching up. I also picture Ernie walking
without his braces into the loving arms of his parents and sister. Sending a
big hug to Harold.
From: Sandra Strout Boisvert
                                       
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