Lou E. "Louie" Zangerle
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Lou "Louie" E. Zangerle June 30, 1938- February 5, 2010 Lou "Louie" E. Zangerle died Friday, February 5, 2010 at St. Mary's Hospital due to complications from a head injury. He was born in Ried Tirol, Austria June 30, 1938. He was educated in Wisconsin and worked as a draftsman. His second position was as a mechanical engineer for gas structures in AutoCAD design and detail. He was employed in Denver for Sterns & Rodgers Engineering as a project supervisor until moving to Grand Junction in 1986. Louie enjoyed skiing and downhill racing, rebuilding hotrods, and model trains, zither, and polka music. He attended Appleton Christian Church and was loved by all. He enjoyed exercising and Chinese food, also being retired and traveling and cruising with his wife, Charlotte. Louie is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Charlotte; son, Steve Dressler from Nashville, TN; three grandchildren, Alec, Mitchell, and Madison; sister, Marianne (Terry) Miech; brothers, Magnus (Sharon), Arther (Jean), and Benjamin (Kathy) all from Wisconsin; Joseph (Stela) Zangerle from Alabama, and several nieces, nephews, and friends. Louie is preceded in death by his son, Keven; parents, Raymond and Maria, and brothers, John and Raymond Zangerle. Services will be held at Appleton Christian Church on Saturday, February 13, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers, may be made in Louie's honor to Appleton Christian Church.

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Published in The Daily Sentinel from Feb. 10 to Feb. 11, 2010.
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February 13, 2010
I love you grandma. Mitchell, Madison and I all wish we could have had more time with grandpa, but the LORD works in mysterious ways. We all loved grandpa very much, and we all miss him very much. Your loving grandson.
Alec Dressler
February 12, 2010
I worked with Lou for many years at Stearn-Rogers, and we spent many good times at Steamboat where he taught all my kids how to ski. He was one of a kind at work and on the slopes. A fine man and a gentleman in every way, he will be missed.
J.C. Millburn
February 11, 2010
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Roger, Karen Tearman
February 11, 2010
Our thoughts and prayers are with you today and forever. All of the times we spent with you both will be great memories. We will keep in touch.
Much Love to you
Karon Carley
February 11, 2010
Dear Char, We are so sorry to hear about Lou. We remember the fun times we shared together before moving away: especially the 50"s party you held in honor of his 60th birthday; and the times of fellowship we shared together. But we rejoice that he knew Jesus and is standing before him with worship and praise for his Savior!
We are keeping you in our prayers that the Lord will give you strength and comfort in the coming days and months. He promises to "heal the broken hearted." The Lord bless you. John and Yvonne Wagner
February 10, 2010
Dearest Char,
We are so sorry, yet rejoice that he is now in peace in heaven. I can't help remembering the fun we had together in Mexico.
Blessings,
Vickie and Dave Knob
February 10, 2010
I worked with Lou at Coorstek for years and never met a better person. I never seen him without a smile on his face and something good to say. We have truly lost a great person but heaven is gaining one.
Arthur Graham
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