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Gackle was born March 26, 1925, in Minneapolis, Minn., the son of Otto and Alice (Higdem) Gackle. She was an avid gardener and enjoyed nature, fishing, berry picking, cooking and embroidery.
The family moved to Kulm in 1927, where his father joined his brothers in the family business, Gackle Bros. He was confirmed at First Congregational Church, Kulm. She is survived by three sons, Francis (Elizabeth), Cleveland, and John (Judy) and Bob (Carol), both Jamestown; four daughters, Annette (Jerry) Carlson and Betty (Vince) Ament, both Jamestown, and Mary (Dale) Zillmer, Henning, Minn., and Barbara (Alan) Huseth, Menomonee Falls, Wis.; a sister, Anna Nagel, La Crosse, Wis.; a brother, Joe, Prairie du Chien; 30 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.
He grew up and received his education at Gackle Public School and graduated from Gackle High School in 1975. D.; three brothers, Erich (Cathee), Carson, Wash., Orrin (Anita), Gurley, Ariz., and Craig (Mary), Helena, Mont.; four sisters, Kathleen (Howard) Rolfe, Palermo, N. She was an excellent cook and will be lovingly remembered for her sourdough bread and pie crusts.
Geinert was born May 22, 1957, in Gackle, the son of Ralph and Louise (Ziemann) Geinert. He is survived by his wife; a son, Myles (Jen), Jamestown; his mother, Wishek, N. Della was known for her creativity and expressed this in her quilting, painting and crafts.
They lived in Gackle where they owned and operated Danis Place. She married Lee Geinert on March 30, 1962, in Jamestown, N. She worked in Minnesota as an NC Programmer for 15 years at Holladay Circuits. He graduated from Kulm High School in 1943 and joined the U. Navy, where he served as quartermaster on a command ship in the South Pacific. She was a baptized and a lifetime member of the Glenfield Lutheran Church. He participated in five invasions, including those at Borneo and the Philippines. He continued to work with his uncles and father until he, along with his wife and son, purchased the business in 1973. D., and in January 1999 they sold the implement dealership to Dave Meyer, ending 106 years of farm equipment sales. Back to the Index On October 11, 1939, Mercedes was united in marriage to Charlie Gader at Carrington, ND. She was a member of the Ladies Aid and Glenfield Homemakers. Following his death, she moved into the Gardenette Apartments, Jamestown. Visitation: to PM, Monday, June 14, 2010 at the Eddy Funeral Home, Jamestown.
Margaret is survived by her husband, James, Jamestown; two sons, Andrew (Shirley) Gackle, Benton Harbor, MI and Daniel (Mary Kay) Gackle, Jamestown; one daughter, Diane (Kevin) Mooney, Fernandina Beach, FL; and three granddaughters, Carolyn and Kate Mooney and Tia Gackle. Back to the Index Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. 30, at Zion Lutheran Church with Lay Pastoral Associate Avis Anderson officiating. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Glendive is entrusted with arrangements. After his discharge he returned to Kulm to work at Gackle Brothers. They received an award for being one of the longest running family-owned dealerships in North Dakota. They lived in Glenfield where she raised her family. She enjoyed cooking, quilting with the church women and driving her golf cart. In 1994 she entered Hi-Acres Manor Nursing Center, Jamestown.