Danielle Kehler Obituary, Death – Danielle Kehler of Winnipeg Manitoba has sadly passed away. She was born on March 25, in Lexington, Kentucky, and her parents were Stacey Charles Allen and James D. Allen. Sadly, both of her parents have passed away since she was born. Her grandparents also passed away before she was born. Their daughter was the one who would end up wed to Lawrence Kehler in the end. Her father, James D. Allen, and her mother, Stacey Charles Allen, are both members of the Allen family. Her parents were James D. Allen and Stacey Charles Allen, both of whom have now died away.

James D. and Stacey Charles Allen were her parents. She was never acquainted with either one of them. This lady, together with Lawrence Kehler, would ultimately decide to wed, and a ceremony would be held to honor the couple’s union. Since her own name was Lawrence Kehler, and since her father’s name was likewise Lawrence, this lady was indeed her father’s daughter. Her name was Lawrence Kehler. Her real mother was actually her biological father. The man’s name for the woman would turn out to be Lawrence Kehler, and the couple would go on to become engaged and finally get married at some point in the future.

In the end, Lawrence Kehler would begin a family with this one extraordinary woman, whom he would marry and develop a connection with that would last a lifetime. They planned to begin their lives together by establishing a business and a family. As their lives progressed, they had the intention of beginning a family together as well as a business venture jointly. Danielle leaves behind one son, Noah Alexander Kehler; her husband and mother both of Beattyville, Kentucky; her grandmother, Barbara Charles; her brother and sister, Dalton James Allen and Amber Danielle Allen; one nephew, Colt James Johnson; all of Richmond, Kentucky; two uncles, Anthony Russell Charles and wife Terri of Frenchburg, Kentucky and Randall David Charles of Knoxville, Tennessee; and three special cousins, Aaron Russell Charles of Beattyville, JoAn Charles of Beattyville, and Aaron Russell Charles