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Wally CJ Smith lit a candle on 02/13/2013:
"We so appreciated all that Karl shared with us. I recall a time when his wrist got broke here by a unmannerly horse while trying to give her a needle... he got his wrist set at the hospital, and went right back out to finish caring for the rest of his calls that night. He's a rare gem, and will be very much missed. RIP Karl."
Karin Euler lit a candle on 02/13/2013:
"Miss you so much dad. You were such a wise soul to tell my troubles to every Sunday night. You helped me set everything into perspective again and sent me lots of love through that phone line. You taught me to work hard, play hard and keep my chin up. Keeping it up!"
Mark Groves lit a candle on 03/18/2013:
"Doc Euler was a man that knew how to do things. He was a worker with skilled hands, a sharp mind and the emotional strength to dedicate himself to doing good things for people every day. His practical skills were exceptional. He was a man that could get a horse to sit calmly while he put a hundred stitches in its lips and nose. The modern world could learn a lot from Doc. Doc Euler lived in the world as he made it. He ran the company he started and rode around the lake in the boat he built with his buddies. Karl was comfortable with who he was. He was his own boss. Karl was a man with modest needs. He didn't take a lot for himself. He spent his whole life doing for others. I had the chance to know Doc Euler. He spoke a language of sense and reason that I very much enjoyed. It was my privilege, to have Karl explain to me how he saw the world while we sat by the lake. He wasn't a big talker and he was usually working so for me it was very special opportunity. Doc was smart. He took care of business. He may be gone but he will be doing good things for a very long time to come. I think Karl is proud of his life and he will watch from heaven with a smile as he continues his work. The people he loves will feel him in their lives every day. I still feel you Doc. "
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.