Alfred J. Gawel

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Alfred J.

Gawel, Alfred J.
Called home to eternal life in heaven on May 22, 2013 age 49 years. Loving husband of Angela Kaye (nee Uptgraft). Dear father of Nicole Marie and Leah Noel. Loving son of Walter and Loretta. Brother of Walter, Joseph III, Natalie, Michael and Philip. Son-in-law of Kevin and Rena Uptgraft. Nephew of Raymond. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Memorial visitation at ST. JOHN’S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 10302 S. 27th Street, on Sunday, May 26th from 3-5 pm and Monday, May 27th from 1-3 pm with a Memorial Service at 3pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St.. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church appreciated.

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Angela Gawel

Thank you again Dyi:)

Angela Gawel

Thank you

Angela Gawel

Thank you Brian

Angela Gawel

Thank you David for your beautiful words. I have been meaning to call you but honestly I was putting it off like so many things I knew it would be emotional & difficult. You have been on my mind though. Al talked of you often & held your friendship in high regard. If its ok I’ll text you my number I would like to keep in touch. Some days it’s easier for me to just text or FB because if I start to cry no one has to know. Anyway, you were important part of Alfred’s life and your post is a wonderful addition to his scrapbook. Thank you.

Angela Gawel

Thanks Pete. Thank you for coming today. I’m so glad you guys got to see him one last time so soon before he passed. He loved you guys.

Angela Gawel

Thank you Gloria. I hope you are doing well.

Dyi Flagg

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Angela Gawel

Thank you Carilyn. It’s been so heart warming to hear how much he talked about me. He was a good man & I loved him very much. Thanks again for the kind words. They have been a comfort.

Angela Gawel

Thank you so much John for your beautiful words

Linda Brandt

Angie, I’m so sorry for your loss. I know you know that I’m here for you day or night anytime you need me. Al was a good man; I’ll miss him making fun of the Brain and being annoyed with me and Bonnie all the time.

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