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Joseph C. Buehler

October 21, 1942 - February 14, 2015

Joseph C. Buehler, passed away February 14, 2015.  He was born October 21, 1942, a son of Eleanor “Pat” Stevens and J. Clyde Buehler.  Joe spent his childhood in Ogden, Utah and graduated from Ogden High School in 1960.

He worked briefly in Lake Tahoe, leaving for California to attend San Jose State University and graduated in 1965 with a B.S. degree in business.  He was a member of the ATO fraternity.  He returned to Utah and went to work at Utah Tailoring Mills in Ogden.  He was also co-owner of the Brewery and Swamp Root.  He then moved to Park City in the 1970’s and opened “The Club”, a restrauant and bar on Main Street in Park City, Utah.

He was married to Raylene Herman in 1965 .  They were later divorced but remained good friends.  He has one son, Jeffry.

He then married his wife of 29 years, Cherie Eldredge on February 16, 1986 in Maui.  They resided in Ogden Canyon, Utah.

He is survived by his wife Cherie; son Jeffry Buehler; granddaughter Asha; two sisters, Patti Johanseo (Norrie), Nanette Smith (Arnie) and one brother, Scott Buehler (Kelly).  He was preceded in death by his parents.

Graveside Services will be held at Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd, Ogden at 1:00 pm on Monday, February 23, 2015.  Friends and family are invited to meet and gather in the Leavitt’s Waterfall Reception Center, 836 – 36th St., Ogden at 2:00 pm following the Graveside Service.

 

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Service Information

Date: Monday, February 23, 2015

Time: 07/28/2017 01:00 pm -

Washington Heights Memorial Park

Address:

4500 Washington Blvd , , Ogden, UT,

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Graveside Service

Washington Heights Memorial Park

4500 Washington Blvd.

Ogden, UT


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Date: Monday, February 23, 2015

Time: 1:00 pm -

Washington Heights Memorial Park

Address:

4500 Washington Blvd , , Ogden, UT,

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Washington Heights Memorial Park

4500 Washington Blvd

Ogden, UT


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Born: October 21, 1942
Died: February 14, 2015

Condolences for Joseph C. Buehler

alan and judi abdulla posted on2/24/15

Dear Scott and Kelly, We were so sorry to learn of your brother's passing. We're hoping you have many great memories that will bring you comfort in the days to come. Blessings, Alan and Judi

 

John Hollenbeck posted on2/22/15

To the Family and Friends, My thanks to Joe for being a special person in my life. I was fortunate to have him play a big role in my Elementary, High School and beyond College years. His generosity, enthusiasm for a robust life and all around great times will be with me forever. Boy we had some fun together. I pray we will all meet again someday.

 

Ruth Rounds Brunker posted on2/22/15

I was always the little girl whom Joe and Frank's friends gave the quarter to take a powder; but I remember his warmth and love for my family. He was a soft shoulder when we lost Beckey, and the wonderful things his family did for us and many came from his heart as well. I am truly blessed to have known Joe and his special family. My heart goes out to his wife and Nan and Patti, Scott and Jeffry. God bless you and keep you Joe. Give a hug to Clyde and Pat for us.

 

Carol Russell posted on2/21/15

I've known Joe since high school. He was a friend of my husband's and many good times were spent skiing at Snow Basin and then going to the Hermitage. I also worked at Utah Tailoring Mills for his Dad and Mr. Bingham in the '60's. I still have my lifetime membership card toThe Club in Park City, which was unique for its time. I haven't seen Joe in years, but writing this has brought back many fun memories. He was one of a kind and a truly kind and generous guy. I am sad to know he is no longer with us. Please accept my condolences to his family. Sincerely, Carol Russell

 

Mitzi Maxwell Barber posted on2/21/15

Cherie, Hello there friend. I was so very sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. We have been out of town for a spell, & leaving again on Monday. I will miss the gathering, but you will be in my thoughts & prayers. My love & condolences to you at this difficult time, Cherie. Sincerely, Mitzi Maxwell Barber

 

Joy R posted on2/20/15

I worked for Joe in 1979 for a couple of years at the Club. He was kind enough to give me a job when I had no experience in bartending...back when you had to buy "setups" and I worked at first downstairs and then upstairs in Park City. He was always so kind and generous and sorry to see that he has passed away.

 

Gary Bowen posted on2/20/15

Thanks for the memoirs…….Mignon and I will miss you….

 

Madeline Pappas Coleman posted on2/20/15

We are very sorry for your loss, as Joe was really the sparkle of OHS, and I am sure many many people he knew. Just hope everyone can always remember him how we knew him at OHS.

 

Ric Hammond posted on2/20/15

Joe was a very good friend in high school. We were a group of about 7-8 guys that did everything together. We dragged Washington Blvd on a regular basis, drove our parents cars to Joe's house every Saturday morning to wash them and then would troll for girls. We also spent a lot of time at Joe's trading clothes. Mostly however, we were on the receiving end of Joe's "hand me downs". Since Joe was the best looking of the bunch, he seemed to have the most girl friends too! I regret not keeping in touch with Joe after high school but that seems to be the norm with good friends; everyone seems to go their own way following high school. I'm sorry I will be unable to attend Joe's graveside service but am in California through the end of February. Our condolences to the family. Ric and Claudia Hammond

 

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