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Gale Hewett

December 18, 1939 — October 7, 2017

Gale C. Hewett died in his sleep on October 7th 2017 after several years battle with Alzheimer's disease.

Mr. Hewett was born December, 18th 1939 in Milwaukee WI the oldest of 3 children. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran Church. Gale joined the Army after graduating from Lincoln High School 1957. He married Beverly Morisette on January 2nd 1960 at Grace Lutheran Church. The family resided in Wisconsin, Iowa, and Texas as Gale prused his career in factory management working at A.O Smith, Globe Union, Marathon Electric, and retired from Philbro Tech in 2007. His wife Beverly passed away June 7th 2009 and Gale would forever miss her presence.

Gake had a love of nature, pursuing his passion through bird watching, fishing, hunting, and camping. He brought his love of bird's home by carving and painting birds that were displayed and given as gifts. Gale loved to work with wood and he even made his own boat in high school, lovingly named Margale after his Mother and Father Margret and Gale P. Hewett.

Mr. Hewett is survived by his sister Arleen Nodwell and Brother Kenny Hewett; his daughter Terri Seidens; and his two sons Tim and Todd Hewett. He is further survived by 8 grandchildren, 8 great- grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, and many nieces and nephews.

Gale gave his children the love of all God's creation, and the knowledge of our salvation through Jesus Christ. We will always remeber him when we cast a line or view a beautiful sunset and his legacy will live on through the generations.

A Memorial celebrating his life and sprinkling of Gale's and Beverly's ashes will take place in Spring of 2018 in Wausau Wisconsin. Details of the event will be sent by invitation.
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