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Tamel, Bishop Frank Bishop Frank John Tamel, passed away peacefully on January 20, 2014. He was surrounded by his children and other members of his family. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife and best friend Angeline Tamel (nee Vincer) and brother Julian "Tony" Tamel. Bishop Tamel is survived by his sons, Frank Tamel III and his wife Sandra, and Rev. Anthony Tamel and his wife Diane, and Cheryl Rodriguez and her husband Juan. His grandchildren include Matthew Tamel, Jennifer Lasik and her husband Adam, Rebecca Kettler and her husband John, Melissa Leamy and her husband Jeff, Joseph Tamel and his wife Theresa, Michelle Snow and her husband Brad, Aimee Jadrnicek and her husband Rob, Andrew Rodriguez and his wife Dawn, and Aaron Rodriguez and his wife Jessie. His brother Waldemar "Buddy" Tamel and his wife Lois, and his sister Mary Ann (Tamel) Wright. He is further survived by 15 great grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives, spiritual family and friends. Bishop Tamel affected the lives of thousands of people both directly through his church and indirectly by those who grew to love him and the gospel message that he preached without wavering. He was founder, pastor, and Pastor Emeritus of Parkway Apostolic Church, and mentored the pastors of over a dozen churches, as well as missionaries to China and Nigeria. Parkway Apostolic Church also supported other missionaries in Africa, Europe, South America and Asia. Bishop Tamel was appointed secretary of the Milwaukee's Apostolic Alliance, a group of over 20 inner city churches. The funeral service will be held at Parkway Apostolic Church, 10940 S. Nicholson Rd., Oak Creek WI on Saturday, January 25. Visitation will begin at 12:00 PM and the service will follow at 3 PM. Those who attend should expect a large number of people who will want to pay their respects to this unique and truly great servant of God. "A few men are considered to be one in 1000. Bishop Frank Tamel was one in a million." In lieu of flowers, memorials to Parkway Apostolic Church for the advancement of young, growing churches. Suminski LifeStory Funeral Home Niemann / Suminski 414-744-5156
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Jan. 23, 2014
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