Letter: The ways that lives can become intertwined
My wife and I read with particular interest the obituary of Dr. Paul Stahler. We lived in Jordan for three years, 1951-1954. Dr. Paul delivered our son, David, (who is now a doctor in family practice) in 1953. Dr. Paul's wife, Dr. Elizabeth Rieschl, delivered our daughter, Cathy, in 1954.
It was also of interest to us when we moved to Morris in 1957, that we became acquainted with Dr. Paul's sister, Martha Stahler, and brother, Thomas Stahler and his family.
It is amazing how the lives of seemingly unconnected family can become intertwined.