Harold "Marty" GAMMEL
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Age 72, of St. Paul Passed away Tuesday, July 17, 2018 He was preceded in death by his brother, Jerome. He is survived by wife, Nancy; daughter, Cheryl (Mike) Klempka of Lexington; sons, Robert (Michael Blythe) of San Francisco, Paul (Lanae) of Stanchfield, MN; brothers, Roger (Judy) of Milltown, WI and Ray of Florida; grandchildren, Spencer, Trevor, Tyler, and McKenna; many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, Nosey, and all the dogs in the neighborhood. Marty was a Ham Radio operator who later spent time volunteering at the Kids in Need Foundation. He was a lover of roses and his family and friends. Service will be held Aug. 4 with a gathering at 10AM and service at 10:30AM at Hamline Methodist Church, 1514 Englewood Ave. in Saint Paul. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to family. Any donations will go toward Kids in Need Foundation and to putting a bench in honor of the Gammel family on the MN State Fairground

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Published in Pioneer Press on Jul. 29, 2018.
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August 8, 2018
RIP & 73, OM - W0UC
Paul Husby
August 4, 2018
Our fine neighbor, Marty, will truly be missed by our family. His voice and laugh coming from across the street always let us know that he and we, were home.
The Kopp Reddy family
July 30, 2018
You were my husband my best friend and the calming to my crazy. I will love you forever. The memories you have left all of us are very comforting.
Nancy Gammel
July 30, 2018
Thinking of you always dad, Cheryl
Cheryl Klempka
July 30, 2018
My dad left us to soon. He will be missed by many family members and friends. My dad was the kindest loving person I have ever known. My dad displayed acts of kindness every minute of every day. If I can learn from him and demonstrate just a few of his traits I am blessed beyond days. I love you dad, "your favorite daughter " Cheryl
Cheryl Klempka
July 29, 2018
Cheryl, Michael, family, and friends, our deepest condolences to all of you. Marty sounds like he was an extraordinary gentleman and I know how much you loved your dad, Cheryl. Remember that his last breath on Earth was his first breath in Heaven, and he was proud of you Cheryl! Love, Connie
Connie Matros
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