Arthur Gene Stehle, age 82, of Alvin Texas, passed away peacefully on May 4, 2020.  

He was born in Rosenberg Texas on January 24, 1938.  Arthur graduated from Lamar Consolidated High School and continued to receive an Associate degree in Accounting from Blinn Junior College in Brenham Texas.  

Arthur met the love of his life Jackie Freudensprung Stehle and they married on June 13, 1959; they were married 60 years.  

Arthur retired as an accountant from Monsanto Chemical Company where he worked for 30 years.  Besides spending time with his family and friends, Arthur loved traveling with his wife and his favorite traveling buddies Billy and Linda Struckmeyer.  He also enjoyed fishing, playing dominos, solving Sudoku puzzles, and playing a round of 42 with his church brothers.  He was also actively involved in Brother’s In Christ, and many other activities of the Alvin Lutheran Church.  Where he was a member for many years, and loved his church family.  He has touched so many lives with his love and passion for life.

Arthur is survived by his wife Jackie Freudensprung Stehle, his daughter Kimberly Stehle Walker, his two sons Gregory and Patrick Stehle, and other family and friends.

Arthur is preceded in death by his father John Stehle, mother Lillian Vogler Stehle, and his sister Laverne Stehle Oberhoff.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to:

All The Little Things Count, 201 FM 2917, Alvin, TX 77511 or Alvin Lutheran Church, 1800 FM 1462, Alvin, TX 77511.

The family of Arthur Gene Stehle wishes to thank his lifelong friend Billy Struckmeyer, and cousins Charles Brinkmeyer, and Bea Bilek for being there for him and being his Rock (support system).

A Celebration of Life memorial Service for family and friends will be held at a later date.

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