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Dear ol' dad: A tribute to Jim Ehrlich, a man who can do it all and taught daughter to do the same

Dad, you've taught me how to be an amazing mother and also how to be “the man of the house.” I can make a mean steak on the grill, mow my yard, pull weeds, shovel snow and hang pictures up.
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Jim Ehrlich surrounded by his family. (Submitted by Jamie Gaston)

Dad,

We are so lucky and blessed that god gave us you. You have been such a positive influence in so many people’s lives. You make beautiful music that makes people so happy. You are our fix all. You are such an amazing Dad and Pee-Paw no one could ever compare. You're so generous, loving and have the patience of a saint.You are always there to support us through anything and everything. Thank you for believing in me through all my journeys. I have learned to be patient, have respect, compromise, kindness and how to handle great responsibility and make it look easy from you. We love carrying on our family’s traditions and cooking with you. You are the apple of your grandchildren’s eyes, they simply adore you and will always look up to you. They love helping their Pee-Paw.Your love and dedication to mom for over 42 years has shown us what unconditional love is truly all about and set our standards high.

Dad, you've taught me how to be an amazing mother and also how to be “the man of the house.” I can make a mean steak on the grill, mow my yard, pull weeds, shovel snow and hang pictures up. You make it look so easy! Don’t worry I know we will still call you for everything  and all our home improvements! 

We Love You. You’re still cuter than me! 

Jamie, Jaden, Ashlyn and Kynslie

— Submitted by Jamie Gaston



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