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Wehrle, Bryce James - 1966-2018


Posted By: Diana Wagner
Date: 5/17/2024 at 11:08:39

Bryce Wehrle, 52, of Lynnville passed away unexpectedly Monday morning, Sept. 10, 2018, at Pella Regional Health Center. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, at Sully Community Church. The family requested attendees to dress casual or in favorite Lynnville-Sully Hawk fan gear or Iowa State Fair attire. Burial was at the Barnes City Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Lynnville-Sully Football Program. Friends may sign the online guest book at hollandcoblefuneralhomes.com.
Bryce James Wehrle, the son of Norman and Loretta (Wanders) Wehrle, was born Jan. 25, 1966, in Pella. He grew up in Taintor and graduated from North Mahaska High School in 1984. After high school, Bryce began working at Precision Pulley at the age of 18. He worked there for 34 years. He married Antonette Baker on Sept. 12, 1992, at Barnes City United Methodist Church. They became the parents of two sons, Blake James and Grant Paul.
Bryce loved spending time with his family and attending their activities. He loved camping with family and friends at the Iowa State Fair for over 40 years. He enjoyed barbecuing and smoking meat, spending time with his friends, and Lynnville-Sully Hawk Football.
Bryce’s memory will be cherished by his parents, Norman and Loretta Wehrle of Taintor; his wife, Antonette Wehrle of Lynnville; his sons, Blake James Wehrle and Grant Paul Wehrle, both of Lynnville; his brother, Brian (Jan) Wehrle of New Sharon; and his twin brother, Bruce (Kim) Wehrle of Montezuma; niece, Morgan Berstler of Montezuma; nephews, Jake Berstler of Montezuma, Matthew (Elizabeth) Wehrle, Landen Wehrle and Caleb Wehrle, all of New Sharon, Isaac Faasse and Will Faasse of East Grand Rapids, MI; parents-in-law, Bill Mason of Ankeny and Kathi Mason of Ankeny; sister-in-law, Shauna (Todd) Faasse of East Grand Rapids, MI; a brother-in-law, Paul (Ryan Tomlinson) Mason of Cambridge; his relatives; PPI coworkers; and a host of good friends.
Family wants to extend a special thank you to Dr. Collitier, Deanna, Rich, and Crystal, and the rest of the caring staff at Mercy Cancer Center in Des Moines.
Source: Hometown Press (Sully, IA); September 19, 2018


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