trying finding mr. ehlers from the 1950's
good eveing family members of mr.albert ehlers.
you dont know me, but my father used to work for mr. ehlers driving one of his coffee trucks making deliveries back in the late 50's to the mid 60's.
mr.ehlers had a small warehouse on route 1 in elizabeth new jersey back then, and i remember my father bringing me to work with him, packing his truck with merchindise as a small child.
one christmas, mr.elhers gave me a small ride-on coffe truck toy to ride on. i still have the photo of it, i had to be about 3-4 years old at that time. i also have a photo of mr.ehlers's truck parked in our driveway when i was approx 7-8 years old.
i have more information to share if you would like to correspond with me.
this is NOT a scam email, i am NOT looking for anything other than communicating with my father's past employer to see if he remembers me,(if he is still alive),or any other member of the albert ehlers family that can shed some light on what happened to the ehlers coffee company. oh, btw, i also have an original ehlers coffee tin that my father brought home many years ago to make fresh coffee with.
if you dont beleve me, try to look up my father's employment in your company's record archives from the late 50's to the early 60's. his name was HERMAN BROWNSTEIN, and we lived at 1056 alina street in elizabeth new jersey, and the warehouse was on route 1 in elizabeth new jersey.
stuart brownstein, son of herman brownstein.