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Parsberg's voice has fallen silent: ex-city council member Ludwig Kuchler (76) has died

2024-02-21T05:02:29.789Z

Highlights: Parsberg's voice has fallen silent: ex-city council member Ludwig Kuchler (76) has died. The transport entrepreneur worked all his life and ran the family business. The grandfather of six and a devout Catholic was also involved in the parish council, the Parsberger Trachtler and the fire department. His funeral will take place this Wednesday at the cemetery in Parsberg. The service begins at 2 p.m. ddy ddy.ddy@mailonline.co.uk.



As of: February 21, 2024, 5:42 a.m

By: Dieter Dorby

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He was a down-to-earth Christian, and as such Ludwig Kuchler not only always cared about his family, but also about his fellow human beings.

Parsberg - In Parsberg he was an active part of the village community for decades, for which he also campaigned in Miesbach's city council.

Now Parsberg's voice has fallen silent after a long illness at the age of 76.

Ludwig Kuchler was a man of action – someone who got things done.

The transport entrepreneur worked all his life and ran the family business.

“He had an entrepreneurial spirit,” says his daughter Veronika Feicht, who mourns with her mother Heidi and brothers Wiggerl and Christian.

“And he had his numbers under control.” It was not for nothing that he was cashier at the Parsberg horse friends racing club, where he took part in the Leonhardi races for over 40 years and celebrated racing successes with his two Haflinger mares.

The grandfather of six and a devout Catholic was also involved in the parish council, the Parsberger Trachtler and the fire department.

City councilor with heart and soul

In the city council, he put his heart and soul into Parsberg, but remained true to himself - which meant having his own opinion.

According to his then parliamentary group colleague Michael Lechner, in 2001 Kuchler left the CSU after disagreements with Mayor Gerhard Maier and switched to the Free Voters, with whom he remained until he left in 2008.

According to Lechner, the construction of the cycle path between Miesbach and Parsberg was particularly important to him.

“You could always come to dad,” says Veronika Feicht.

“You could rely on him.” This is how Ludwig Kuchler will be remembered by many – and not just in Parsberg.

Ludwig Kuchler's funeral will take place this Wednesday at the cemetery in Parsberg.

The service begins at 2 p.m.

ddy

Source: merkur

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