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David M. Ehmann

David passed away unexpectedly on May 18, 2021, at the age of 34. Predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Bernard and Edith Ehmann-Broman. Survived by his parents, Kevin and Judy Ehmann and brothers Jason and Nick. Also survived by his maternal grandmother, Judith Emery, great aunts, Bonnie Foley, Sylvia Esten, and Deborah (Paul) Haas; aunts and uncles, Carl (Jeanne)Ehmann, Karen(William)Dexter, Ken (Donna) Ehmann, Keith Ehmann, Chris (Joan) Ehmann, Tom (Amy) Emery, Chris (Dana) Emery and Tim (Hope) Emery; his cousins Terrence (Stephanie) Ehmann, Bernadette (John Spatz), Kelly (Andrew) Nelson, Adam Ehmann, Matt (Eddie Jeklinski) Ehmann, Jeffrey (Meghan Gargiulo) Ehmann, Jake Emery, Christopher, Olivia and Ben Emery; the large extended Ehmann family and many friends including Myles, Brian, Justin, Mark, Mike and Steve.

David was born August 22, 1986 in Rochester NY. He was a graduate of Bishop Kearney High School and SUNY Brockport. He had such a big presence, he would light up any room he walked into. He was truly a beloved gift from God.

Friends may call on WEDNESDAY (May 26th) from 3 – 7 PM at Miller Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc. (3325 Winton Road South). Due to COVID-19 restrictions, please Click Here to register for a specific time for visitation.

David’s Funeral Mass will be celebrated on THURSDAY (May 27th) at St. Boniface Church (330 Gregory Street) at 10 AM with a procession to follow to Mt. Hope Cemetery. Church will require Masks and COVID Guidelines will be followed.

For those unable to attend David’s Funeral Mass in person, Click Here to livestream the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice in David’s memory.


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