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In Memory of

Ranee Michele Oyler

May 27, 1958 - January 28, 2018

Obituary


Ranee Michele Oyler - 5/27/58 - 01/28/2018
Ranee was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 27th 1958 to Mother Connie Oyler & Father Harold Eugene Oyler Jr. She was raised in Orlando, FL and was a graduate of Boone High School class of 1976. She began her career at Walt Disney World in 1976 in Food & Beverage at the Pinocchio Village Haus Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom and continued her career through many years and various positions in Food & Beverage Management and Food & Beverage Receiving, she concluded her career in 2012...

Ranee Michele Oyler - 5/27/58 - 01/28/2018
Ranee was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 27th 1958 to Mother Connie Oyler & Father Harold Eugene Oyler Jr. She was raised in Orlando, FL and was a graduate of Boone High School class of 1976. She began her career at Walt Disney World in 1976 in Food & Beverage at the Pinocchio Village Haus Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom and continued her career through many years and various positions in Food & Beverage Management and Food & Beverage Receiving, she concluded her career in 2012 after 36 years of service with the company.
She was a loving partner to Janet Kuchenbecker for over 20 years and especially enjoyed surprising and spoiling Jan with Party's, gifts and new experiences as often as she could. Ranee and Jan were married on December 21st 2013 in Adams Morgan, District of Columbia.
Ranee enjoyed Fishing, Boating, the Beach, Golf, Bowling, Gardening, Traveling and was an avid fan of both the Florida Gators & Miami Dolphins football teams. She was a Civil War Buff and enjoyed nearly annual trips to Gettysburg Pennsylvania and Gatlinburg Tennessee. She loved animals and provided a loving home for many throughout the years, including many Dogs, cats, birds, ducks & Geese.
She is survived by her wife Janet R. Kuchenbecker of Orlando FL, Father Harold Eugen Oyler Jr of New York, Sisters Jodie Padgett, Jamie Rygiel & Janine Sass of Arizona, Brother Michael Ickes of Pennsylvania, 4 Adopted Sisters, 5 Brothers in law, 2 Nieces & 12 Nephews. She was Preceded in death by her Mother Connie Ickes of Pennsylvania, Grandparents Harold & Violet Oyler and George & Mable Colestock.