Gene Grenat
Date of Death: April 2, 2011
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Bernard E. Grenat, 74 Bernard E. “Gene” Grenat, 74, of Lafayette, died at 4:35 a.m. Saturday, April 2, 2011, at St. Elizabeth Central. He was born Aug. 27, 1936, in Coalmont, and was the son of the late Allen and Mildred Gorby Grenat. A graduate of Jefferson High School in 1955, he attended electronics schools…

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Roger Williams left a message on April 5, 2011:
We are truly sorry for your loss. Roger, Shelly, Hope, Josie and Seth Williams.

Loving God, eternal in heaven, our hearts are lifted to You in prayer. We do so, Lord, in thanksgiving for the life of Gene Grenat We thank You, Lord, for the love of Gene Grenat for You, for our country, and for family and friends; a love that has enriched all of our lives. We are most grateful that by the service of Gene Grenat in the armed forces of the United States of America, we are truly a free people in a free land. Your holy and infinite blessings be with the family and loved ones of Gene Grenat in all of time. Lord, receive Gene Grenat as Your own. Bless Gene Grenat with life everlasting. Amen?.

Mary Pilotte & Geza Lanczy left a message on April 5, 2011:
To Marilyn and the entire family,

We were just heartsick to hear of your loss, and now ours as well. We will forever remember his bright smile and larger than life presence in our community.

Our prayers are with you now,
Mary & Geza
Chaplain David Hess left a message on April 3, 2011:
We will miss Gene. I especially enjoyed getting to know him at devotions and chapel. Our prayers are with you. May he rest easy in the loving arms of the Lord.
Paul and Carole Velten left a message on April 3, 2011:
Dear Marilyn and Family,
Paul and I wish to express our deepest sympathy to you. We enjoyed the time we spent with you and Gene a few years back. He was a very considerate and loving friend. I am sure that our Lord has welcomed Gene into his flock, and will give you comfort in your time of grieving. You have many happy memories to draw upon when you feel swallowed by grief. Hopefully, our paths will cross again someday. We are still here in Alamo, Texas for a few more days before we journey back to Indiana for the summer. Warmest thoughts are with you, Marilyn. Love Carole and Paul
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
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