Dennis Lee Eibling

1950 - 2020

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Dennis L. Eibling, age 70, currently of Peoria, Arizona and formerly of Arlington, Ohio, died at 11:00pm on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, at Abrazo Central Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Dennis was born on June 22, 1950, in Findlay, Ohio to the late Charles and Ruth Mary (Sink) Eibling. He married Janet Decker on January 7, 1971 and she survives in Peoria. Also surviving are a son: Ryan (Sharon) Eibling of Cave Creek, Arizona, two grandchildren: Christine Francart and Marissa Eibling; brother: Chris Eibling of Fremont, Ohio. He was preceded in death by a son: Brandon Eibling. Dennis graduated in 1968 from Arlington High School and served his country in Germany as a member of the United States Army. He then earned his Bachelors Degree in 1974,in Business from Bowling Green State University. He retired as a purchasing manager for Laidlaw. Due to Covid 19, services will be private at this time. COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME in Findlay are handling the arrangements. Online condolences may be sent to www.coldrencrates.com.


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To : The Eibling Family
Date :Saturday, September 5th 2020
From : Ruth Frey Lamberjack
So sorry for your loss. My sister, Mary Frey graduated with Dennis in 1968. (She passed away 44 years ago). PRAYERS




To : Janet and family
Date :Saturday, September 5th 2020
From : Christine and Keith
Thinking of you all now and forever!



To : Family of Dennis L Eibling
Date :Saturday, September 5th 2020
From : Jack Glick
Caring thoughts during this time of sorrow......
May your faith give you strength.
With Sympathy








To : Dennis's Family
Date :Wednesday, September 9th 2020
From : Dan and Paulette Hartman
We extend our sympathy to all of the family. May God give you peace and comfort during this time of sorrow.



To : the family of Dennis Eibling
Date :Wednesday, September 9th 2020
From : Tom and Jackie Eibling Bartels
We would like to express our deepest condolences to the Eibling family. My parents were Mack and Alvira Eibling and I have fond memories of the big white house on
Main Street and our Sunday visits with Ruth and Charles as I was growing up. Dennis was 3 years older than myself and I was just a child at the time so we never stayed in contact. However, thought of him and the family every time we would go to Findlay, passing the house. I always admired him and know he will be deeply missed. Again, our deepest sympathy. May the wonderful memories you have bring you strength, comfort and peace.



To : Jan Eibling
Date :Thursday, September 10th 2020
From : John and Tammy Shellhaas
Jan,
We are so sorry for your loss. John and I have fond memories of you and Denny. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Tammy



To : Jan Eibling
Date :Thursday, September 10th 2020
From : Bev and Dave Browning
Hi Jan,
We were so very sorry to learn that Dennis had passed..sorry also that we had not kept in touch. Quite a few times we would say wonder how Jan and Denny are doing. Hope you and Ryan and his family are doing ok. If you come to Ohio let us know. It would be nice to see you again.

Love and prayers
Bev and Dave



To : Jan Eibling
Date :Thursday, September 10th 2020
From : Bev and Dave Browning
Hi Jan,
We were so very sorry to learn that Dennis had passed..sorry also that we had not kept in touch. Quite a few times we would say wonder how Jan and Denny are doing. Hope you and Ryan and his family are doing ok. If you come to Ohio let us know. It would be nice to see you again.

Love and prayers
Bev and Dave



To : Jan Eibling
Date :Thursday, September 10th 2020
From : Bev and Dave Browning
Hi Jan,
We were so very sorry to learn that Dennis had passed..sorry also that we had not kept in touch. Quite a few times we would say wonder how Jan and Denny are doing. Hope you and Ryan and his family are doing ok. If you come to Ohio let us know. It would be nice to see you again.

Love and prayers
Bev and Dave



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