Roger Preheim Obituary, Death – Along his journey through this world, he made the most of every opportunity to experience life to the fullest, and he did so alongside his wife, Jo, and their four children, Peg (Troy) Muchmore, Paul Pietz Preheim Pietz, Kim Furney (Michael Palmer), and Karin Preheim. Together, they embraced each moment to the fullest. Because of the work that they did together, they were able to provide him a life that was rich not just in love but also in memories of happier times in the past. This was made possible as a consequence of the work that they did together.

In addition to the 10 natural great-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren that he already had, he also had four of his own children and six grandkids. He also had four of his own children. It was a point of extreme pride for him that over the course of his life, his family had grown to include, in addition to his natural great-grandchildren, three step-great-grandchildren. This was a development that had occurred over the course of his lifetime. He regarded himself as exceedingly fortunate in light of this turn of events.

He assisted his parents, Peter G. Preheim and Linda Preheim, together with his brother Dallas (Linda) Preheim and his brother Ricky (Peggy) Preheim. and Peggy Preheim, create a great deal of precious and memorable moments. For the rest of his life, he will carry with him the memories of the time he spent with his grandparents, Chuck and Lorraine (Myers) Preheim, and the rest of his Preheim family members.

These memories will accompany him wherever he goes. These are the kinds of recollections that will linger in his mind for the rest of his life, just as they will in yours. These are the kinds of memories that will be seared into your brain for the rest of your life; they will stay with you no matter what.