Gary Wuebker Obituary – Three men have kicked the bucket in the wake of being stuck in a compost pit in Mercer County, Ohio, Tuesday.
Siblings Gary, Todd and Brad Wuebker kicked the bucket after they were stuck in a pit on Coldwater Creek Road.
Gary and Todd Wuebker kicked the bucket at Mercer County Community Hospital Tuesday, as per the coroner’s office. A primer post-mortem showed they kicked the bucket by suffocation auxiliary to a ranch mishap.
Brad Wuebaker was taken to an emergency clinic in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Hogenkamp Funeral Home affirmed his passing.
It’s not satisfactory how the men stalled out in the pit or how long they were in there.
Gary D. Wuebker, age 37, of Carthagena, kicked the bucket on Tuesday, August 10, 2021, at Mercer Health Hospital in Coldwater. He was conceived June 27, 1984, in Coldwater to John and Nancy (Wilker) Wuebker. His folks get by in St. Henry. He is likewise made due by a sister-in-law Angela Wuebker of Carthagena, niece and nephew, Ava, Levi, and Baby Wuebker, his grandma Jane Wilker of Coldwater, godparents Linda Schulze and David Wuebker, and various aunties, uncles, and cousins.
He is gone before in death by his siblings Brad and Todd, and grandparents, Ludwig and Dolores Wuebker, and Elmer Wilker.
He was an individual from St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Carthagena. Gary was an individual from the Coldwater Young Farmers and was a 2003 alumni of St. Henry High School. He worked at Mercer Landmark in St. Henry and was a full-time rancher working next to each other with his father and siblings as they possessed and worked GBT Wuebker Farms L.L.C.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10:30 AM on Monday, August 16, 2021, at St. Henry Church. Entombment will continue in St. Aloysius Cemetery, Carthagena. Companions might call at the Hogenkamp Funeral Home in St. Henry on Sunday from 1:00 to 6:00 PM and on Monday from 9 to 10 AM. In lieu of blossoms, dedications might be coordinated to the Wuebker Children’s Education Fund at People’s Bank, or the St. Henry Fire Department or Southern Mercer County Joint Ambulance.