Jeffrey Stahl

Jeffrey Stahl

Jeffrey Charles "Sarge" Stahl, 54, of Enterprise died Saturday, August 14, 2004. Born April 25, 1950, in Cumberland, Maryland, he was the son of Darrell Wayne "Jake" and Mary T. "Dottie" (Shaffer) Stahl.

Stahl was reared in Grantsville, Maryland where he attended school. He graduated from Bishop Walsh School in 1968 and attended Steubenville University, Allegany College and Eastern Oregon University. He was in the U.S. Marine Corps, was a member of the Bishop Walsh Football Team, where he was a member of the All Star City Team, Potomac Valley Conference All Star Team, American Legion and SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Stahl was a former manager of Stahl's Poultry, Inc., a poultry manager for Sells Inc., a liquor salesman and wholesale food salesman, before pursuing his passion as a fine leather artist and saddle maker.

Surviving in addition to his parents are one daughter, Stacy Stahl and fiance Todd Helmick of Baltimore, Maryland, her mother Nancy Campbell Goss and her husband Paul Goss of Cumberland, Maryland, two sisters: Jennifer Lease and husband William of Greensburg, Pennsylvania and Jacquelyn (Linahan) Stahl of Exton, Pennsylvania, two aunts, two uncles, two nieces, two nephews and two great-nieces. At Stahl's request, his body will be cremated. Family and friends will gather at the VFW hall in Enterprise for a celebration of life from 4:00pm to 7:00pm on Friday, Sept. 10, 2004. Friends are encouraged to come and share their memories of Jeff. For info call 541-263-0612.

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