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Gillian Wagner (Turner) lit a candle on 03/06/2013:
"I wasn't friends with Karin for very long before I was introduced to the Doc. In those days we used to meet in the apartment in Gravenhurst. I think the thing that sticks with me most is the acceptance and hospitality of Dr. Euler. Something his wonderful kids also posses. The ability to make his home yours. He always took time to have a quick chat, or to inspect our ears after a particularly gruelling day of water skiing behind the relic (i.e. lots of wipe-outs), when he would pronounce "you keep a clean house lady!" He always greeted us with his "hey kiddo" and made his house and his belongings ours. I never felt like I was imposing. His wonderful ease around us as awkward teenagers remains with me to this day, something I hope to emulate with my own kids. I know it's so hard to say goodbye to your Dad, and my heart goes out to you Karin,my dearest friend, and sister Kathy and brother Karl. .Lots of love to you all. xo"
Carol McNeil lit a candle on 02/20/2013:
"Karl Euler taught me to waterski during the summer of 1968, he on one rope behind the boat and me on the other -- and remember the Picton ski hill on Macaulay Mountain? Dr. Euler made that happen too, during the 1970's. Karl Euler embodies the best of the County way of doing things. Consummate care and concern for others (2 and 4 legged), a man of action, larger than life persona, striving to do his best, be his best, reminding and challenging others to never, ever give up. Thanks, Dr. Euler, for helping to launch a grade 8 kid on her way. To this day, I love to waterski, ski on snow and strive to live every moment to the fullest, just like you showed us. The memory of Karl Euler is a blessing."
Eric Pierson lit a candle on 02/17/2013:
"I met Doc Euler, & his family when I was a member of the water ski school at the Yacht Club. When I wasn't skiing there I was skiing at Doc's place. I met many good people there including Mike & Rosemary Church who I snowmobiled with. Many, many good memories from my youth involve all those people."
Born: March 20th, 1936
Passed on: February 1st, 2013
Passed peacefully on Feb. 1, 2013 at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital after a long battle with pneumonia.
Survived by sister Doris, wife Barb Sztuke, children Karl, Karin, Kathi, Kim and 6 grandchildren.
Trusted veterinarian to many in Prince Edward County, Etobicoke, Muskoka and Sundridge.
Donations in memoriam to the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation.
Life celebration to be held in Gravenhurst May 26 2013 and in Prince Edward County July 7 2013.