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He enjoyed singing old tunes and hymns, hunting, fishing, camping, boating, water-skiing and tobogganing.
He worked on an associated pipeline for one year then worked road construction for Northern Improvement (formerly Noel Company) for 39 years. Bob is survived by his wife, Carol, of Jamestown; one son, Steve (Carol) Ganser, Fargo, ND; three daughters, Vickie (Ron) Reuer, Jamestown, Sandra (Shawn) Parkinson, Fargo and Elizabeth (Nolen Peterson) Ganser, Oakes, ND; seven grandchildren, Niccole Olson (Brian Bjerke), Fargo, Alyssa Wagner, Jamestown, Alexis Ganser, Taylor Ganser, Sierra Parkinson, Cayden Ganser, all of Fargo and Hanna Reuer, Jamestown; four sisters, Betty (Vincent) Ament and Annette (Jerry) Carlson, both of Jamestown, Barbara (Allen) Huseth, Menomonee Falls, WI and Mary (Dale) Zillmer, Henning, MN; one brother, Francis (Elizabeth) Ganser, Cleveland, ND and one sister-in-law, Judy Ganser, Jamestown. After discharge in 1942 he returned to Ashley to farm.
On July 5, 1966, he married Linda Kalmbach in La Moure, N. He is survived by his wife; a son, Victor, Kulm; two daughters, Jeanette (Thomas) Henderson, La Moure, Susan, Chaffee, N. Margaret Irene Kreutsberg was born October 6, 1927 northwest of Berlin, ND, the daughter of Fred and Hazel (Spitzer) Kreutsberg. Visitation: to PM, Sunday, January 13, 2008 at the Eddy Funeral Home, Jamestown, ND.
He worked for Carlson-Sjostrom Implement before going to work for the city of Kulm in 1986. D.; a brother, Melvin (Shirley), Pawpaw, Mich.; two sisters, Lois Davidson and Irene Wallace, both Colorado Springs, Colo.; and three grandchildren. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, reading, cooking, tinkering, fixing cars and was called the "Duct Tape King."He is survived by his wife; two sons, Mark (Dee), Cleveland, and Tim (Shari), Windsor; a daughter, Sue (Doug Geeting) Ganser, Cleveland; four sisters, Betty (Vince) Ament, Annette (Jerry) Carlson, both of Jamestown, Barbara (Allen) Hueseth, Menomonee Falls, Wis., and Mary (Dale) Zillmer, Henning, Minn.; two sisters-in-law, Judy Ganser and Carol Ganser, both of Jamestown; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. James Basilica with Father John Mc Ginnis officiating. Gehring was born March 27, 1912, near Ashley, where he grew up and attended school.
Visitation will be from 9 to 9 today and Thursday, with a prayer service at 7 p.m.
On March 17, 1950, he married Trudella "Daisey" Sahr in Jamestown.
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 was a member of United Church of Christ, Gackle Fire Department, Gackle Fire District Board, Gackle Community Development Board, Gackle Co-op Board, Gackle Duckfest, Gackle Wildlife and Gackle Lions. D.; his mother-in-law, Anna Kalmbach, Wishek; a brother-in-law, Wayne Kalmbach, Bowman, N. For the last three years she owned and operated Geinert Family Farm Adult Care in Wausau. 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. D., the son of Michael and Minnie (Entzminger) Geinert. 20, 1946, at Fort Bliss, Texas, with rank of private first class.