Greg N. KINDLE
1945 - 2019
BORN
1945
DIED
2019
73, of Lady Lake, FL, passed away on February 17, 2019 at The Villages Hospice House. Greg was born on July 7, 1945 in Fargo, ND to his parents, Larry and Berniece Kindle. In 1963, Greg graduated from Fargo Central High School. That summer, he enlisted in the US Army where he served from 1963-1966. Following his service, Greg decided to attend Harding University in Searcy, AR; where he married the love of his life, Michelle Johnson, in February of 1967. In 1968, they moved to Minnesota. He joined the White Bear Lake Police Department in 1969, and retired after 28 years of proud service. Greg loved the outdoors. You could find him hunting, fishing, horseback riding and golfing. Greg is survived by his wife, Michelle; sons, Kurt Kindle (Malisa), Kory Kindle (Maggie), Keane Kindle (Kristen), and Kasey Kindle (Traci); brother, Steven Kindle (Diane); and many grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents. A Celebration of Life will be held in early summer in Minnesota. Memorial contributions can be made in Greg's name to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.



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Published by Pioneer Press on Mar. 3, 2019.
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What a great guy. Many fond memories, including being baptized into Christ. We entered Harding together. I've been trying to reconnect for years. Sorry to make such a late connection. Blessings and love to Michelle.
Mac Robinson
November 29, 2019
My condolences to Michelle and the family. It's been a long time since high school. Greg was a great friend in those days and I'm sure he always was to those around him.
Jack Stoutland
July 11, 2019
My dad, Bob Selle, and Greg were the best of friends for many years. Dad and Greg shared the love of horses and rode together many times over the years. Dad treasured Greg's friendship and thought the world of him and Mickey. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Greg's family.
Nancy Selle Welsh
March 14, 2019
Greg was a fine friend and fellow when schoolboys, a man with a vision for his life. I am so happy for Mickey and their family because, though in grief, they now share his legacy of love and of moral commitment. May Greg rest in Peace, and Light Perpetual shine upon him. - Bishop Joel Marcus Johnson, Chesapeake, Ret'd.
March 4, 2019
I knew Greg in my work in Juvenile with the Roseville Police. Greg was a fun guy to be around. My sympathy to your family.
Bill Sandberg
Friend
March 3, 2019
Our best to the Kindle family. He is at peace now. God Bless Dave & Jennifer Gustafson
Dave Gustafson
March 3, 2019
I am sorry to hear of your loss of Greg! I knew him as an outstanding colleague, officer and Detective in White Bear Lake! Greg Was always direct and truthful, courageous, generous, able to make his point to all ages, and especially to reach out to young people and encourage them to always act within the law. May happy memories of your times with Greg and the love of family and friends and your faith bring you consolation at this time of loss! You and Greg are in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace! Mary L. Bosscher.. of St. Pius Church and White Bear Lake Emergency Food Shelf
Mary L. Bosscher
March 3, 2019
I first met Greg and his wife Mickie through our friend's Bill and Lynda Counihan when we were invited to join them on a trip to Ixtapa. They were truly such an awesome couple, and we had so much fun together. When they moved away, we lost touch with them. Greg was a spirited and funny guy, and always had a smile on his face. So John and I want to wish Mickie and family our deepest condolences, and I know him and Bill are reconnected and laughing together again. Thanks for the memories Greg.
Cheryl & John Sanchelli
March 3, 2019