Ernest J. Trexler passes

Survived by:


His children,

Mike Trexler, Victoria Millonig,

Pat Arnold, and Jim Trexler;



John Millonig, Kevin Millonig,

Gabe Arnold, Misty Logan,

Nathaniel Arnold, and Caleb Arnold;


Only great grandchild



We pay honor to

Ernest J. Trexler

who died July 21, 2012



May 19, 1919 - July 21, 2012


A CASUAL Memorial Service

will be conducted at

Baldwin-Fairchild Lake Ivanhoe Chapel

301 NE Ivanhoe Blvd.

Orlando, Florida

August 18, 2012


Family and Friends will gather from

noon - 1:00 p.m.

with service at 1:00 p.m.



The family requests all donations

be made to the

Disabled American Veterans.

BonniejeanTrexler - Memorial


Retired Lt. Col. USAF, 93, Orlando,
FL, passed away on July 21, 2012.
Born May13, 1919 in Salisbury,
N.C. and attended Catawba College in
Hickory, N.C. His wanderlust for
adventure and travel lured him into
the US Air Force, aspiring to be a test
pilot. Edited highlights of his career
can be found in Forever Remembered:
The Fliers of WW II, @ Jimtrexler barnes&
After retiring in Orlando in 1969,
he and his now deceased wife,
Bonniejean, launched careers in
real estate; Bonniejean/residential
broker; E.J, industrial broker and
land developer. He was truly one of
the last American military war
heroes of the 20th century, and will
be missed by his children: Mike Trexler,
Victoria Millonig (Trexler), Pat Arnold & Jim
Trexler; 6 grandchildren: John &
Kevin Millonig, Misty Logan, Gabriel,
Nathaniel & Caleb Arnold; and great
grandchild, Zackary Arnold.

A casual Memorial service will be held at
Baldwin-Fairchild, 301 NE Ivanhoe
Blvd, Orlando with a gathering of
friends from noon to 1pm and
service starting at 1pm. Then an
escorted drive for a military service
and salute at Glen Haven Cemetery,
2300 Temple Dr., Wtr Pk; then a
social gathering at 5pm for
hors d'oeuvres at Eden Bar at Enzian,
1300 S. Orlando Ave,
Maitland. The family respects all

Donations be made to the Disabled American

Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati,
OH 45250-0301, Attn: Gift Processing.
Words of comfort may be left at


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