In memory of
Aloysius E. Dreps DDS
In memory of
Aloysius E. Dreps DDS
Aloysius E. Dreps, DDS age 101, died in Florida on December 24, 2020. Al was born in Toledo, Ohio on November 6, 1919 to Aloysius and Magdalen Dreps. He graduated from Libby High School in 1936. Al met and married his first wife Louise A. Eble, with whom he spent 62 happy years, until her death in 2003. He was a B-17 pilot in the Army Airforce during WWII, serving until 1953. While in the service he received his dentistry degree from Ohio State in 1951. He practiced dentistry in Toledo until he retired and moved to Florida. He was an avid boater and took many boating trips throughout the United States and Canada. He was active in golf and tennis throughout his life. He was a lifetime bridge player and was featured several times in the Toledo Blade column ""The Bridge Table"". His hobbies included making stained glass art and miniature bird houses that he enjoyed giving away to others. He remarried in 2005 to his wife Marija, they spent 15 happy years together. Al is survived by his wife Marija, daughter Susan Duket (husband Michael), sons Robert, Douglas (wife Robin), brother Joseph, 9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Al was proceeded in death by his wife Louise, daughters Diane, Carol, son Donald, brothers Bartlin, and James. Al's kindness and sense of humor will be fondly remembered by his family and friends and we will cherish the many good times we shared together.
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In memory of
Aloysius E. Dreps DDS
Aloysius E. Dreps, DDS age 101, died in Florida on December 24, 2020. Al was born in Toledo, Ohio on November 6, 1919 to Aloysius and Magdalen Dreps. He graduated from Libby High School in 1936. Al met and married his first wife Louise A. Eble, with whom he spent 62 happy years, until her death in 2003. He was a B-17 pilot in the Army Airforce during WWII, serving until 1953. While in the service he received his dentistry degree from Ohio State in 1951. He practiced dentistry in Toledo until he retired and moved to Florida. He was an avid boater and took many boating trips throughout the United States and Canada. He was active in golf and tennis throughout his life. He was a lifetime bridge player and was featured several times in the Toledo Blade column ""The Bridge Table"". His hobbies included making stained glass art and miniature bird houses that he enjoyed giving away to others. He remarried in 2005 to his wife Marija, they spent 15 happy years together. Al is survived by his wife Marija, daughter Susan Duket (husband Michael), sons Robert, Douglas (wife Robin), brother Joseph, 9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Al was proceeded in death by his wife Louise, daughters Diane, Carol, son Donald, brothers Bartlin, and James. Al's kindness and sense of humor will be fondly remembered by his family and friends and we will cherish the many good times we shared together.
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