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Rodney Dean Oblinger (1972 - 2003) was born on February 12, 1972 at Goshen Hospital, Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana. He was born into the Rodney Dean Oblinger family and married into the Oblinger family.
Rodney had no-known relationships. Rodney died on June 12, 2003 at 31 years of age. He was buried on June 17, 2003 in Billings Funeral Home, 812 Baldwin Street, Elkhart, IN.
Rodney Dean Oblinger's last known residence is at Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana.
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~This is his one and only daughter, Emily Catherine Oblinger.~
He was born February 12, 1972 to Alice Jean Oblinger.
He was married to Erika Renee Fervida.
He had 3 children total. My older brother, Tyler Warman, Emily Oblinger, (myself), and Chandler Oblinger.
I don't have very many memories with my dad simply because I was so young when he passed on, but from what I do remember he was the most hard-working, caring, loving, best daddy anyone could ever have.
I was a daddy's girl. My dad was my best friend. My dad and I could easily talk for hours on end about the most random things. I was daddy's little princess. Every single day when I got home from school he would ask how I was, how school went, and if I wanted to talk. I remember just searching for him when I got home just so I could get one of my daddy's famous hugs.
It's been just about 10 years in June that he has been gone from my life, my whole families life. I'm 17 now. I'm just starting to start my grieving for him because I have missed all the daddy/daughter dances, activities, everything through out these 10 years. He is going to miss my prom, my wedding, the day I have my first child, every day for the rest of my life. I see little girls, girls my own age with their father's and I try not to show it, but it does kill me inside.
But now that I'm older, I do understand more. I do know I will see my dad again when its my time to go. I do know that he is watching over me wishing he could be with me just like I wish I could be with him every single day, every moment. I have had so many times where I just break down crying that he isnt here to help me through things like he used to. He hasn't been there when my heart got broken, but I know he is sending me love every single day. He is watching over me. He is my guardian angel. I love you daddy. I'll always be your little girl. Always
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- Oblinger family history, Rodney family history, Dean family history, Oblinger family history
- Last Known Residence
- Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana
at Goshen Hospital,
Goshen, Elkhart County, Indiana
- Burial / Funeral
at Billings Funeral Home,
812 Baldwin Street, Elkhart, IN
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- John Oblinger
- Dorothy D Oblinger
- Larry Oblinger
- Julia Oblinger
- Ellen K Oblinger
- Fred J Oblinger
- George Oblinger
- Harold E Oblinger
- Helen Oblinger
- Marion D Oblinger
- Alice Oblinger
- Richard M Oblinger
- D C Oblinger
- Samuel Oblinger
- Donald W Oblinger
- Elmer Oblinger
- Elmer D Oblinger
- Jane F Oblinger
- John B Oblinger
- Frank Oblinger