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2101 Private First Class Gamache was a member of the 7th Signal Company, 7th Infantry Division. He died of other causes on April 28, 1951 near Hang-yo, North Korea. ** Private First Class Gamache was awarded the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation and the Republic of Korea War Service Medal. Gamache, Jr., Ames Joseph (I6173)
 
2102 private in Company F, 2d Missouri Infantry, CSA Gamache, Jerome Albert (I6845)
 
2103 private in Company F, 2d Missouri Infantry, CSA Gamache, Elias Gustave (I6846)
 
2104 private in Company F, 2d Missouri Infantry, CSA Gamache, John Baptiste (I6844)
 
2105 Probable Carcinoma Stomach Gamache, Elphege Israel Joseph (I6813)
 
2106 Produce dealer Erdmann, Otto Eri (I14377)
 
2107 Professor of Labor History, UBC Krause, Paul Lewin (I27)
 
2108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9887)
 
2109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I377)
 
2110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I334)
 
2111 Ptomaine Poisoning Cadwell, Arthur Stanley (I3032)
 
2112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I783)
 
2113 Public Graveside services for Della Gamache of Baudette, MN will be held on Monday, January 21st at 2 PM at Elm Park Cemetery in Baudette.

Della Baker Gamache passed away peacefully on January 17, 2013 at the LakeWood Heath Center in Baudette at the age of 86.

Della was born on November 13, 1926 in Turtle Lake, Wisconsin to Daisy (Spring) and Victor Baker. She and Melroy Gamache were married on July 15, 1945. They were a military family that moved to many places over the years, before settling in Baudette, MN in 1960.

She was happiest with her family (especially her grandchildren), and enjoyed traveling and helping raise her grandchildren.

She is survived by children, Larry (Nancy) Gamache, Michael Gamache, and Delann (Richard) Lozzi; grandchildren, Terry, Michael, Daniel, Sarah, and Hannah Gamache; siblings, Donna Gamache, and Russell (Barbara) Baker.  
Baker, Della (I73337922)
 
2114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I335)
 
2115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I719)
 
2116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12490
 
2117 Published On Sunday February 05 2006
Bernie Patnode
October 4, 1933 - January 25, 2006



EVERETT - Bernie peacefully passed away from complications following open heart surgery. He was surrounded by his family who all loved him dearly.

Born October 4, 1933 to Amie and Jenny Patnode in Yakima, Washington, he attended grade school in Harrah, WA and graduated from Marquette High School in Yakima, WA in 1951. Bernie married Leta Gamache in 1953 (divorced 1969). They had 4 children together. During this time, Bernie and his brother Dewey owned and operated a family business from 1958 to 1969 in Harrah, WA called Patnode's Locker's and Market. Bernie's interests led him to become an electrician during this time.

In 1970, Bernie met a young widow, Genelia Harris. She turned out to be the love of his life and they married in 1971. With Bernie's 4 children and Genelia's 7, it was a houseful! Together they started several businesses that provided electrical services regionally and statewide. These projects included the circle irrigation systems in the Columbia Basin, the Seattle bus tunnel and rewiring of the State Capital Chandelier Rotunda. Semi-retired in 1990, they moved to Daytona Beach Florida and operated two businesses for home repair and artistic works they crafted. Bernie's love of people and medicine led him to pursue a nursing career in which he graduated and was licensed as an LPN in 1998. Bernie received his degree with pride and excitement to a standing ovation as he was on the Deans List, had the most children and was the only one in his class on Medicare. Bernie actively worked as an LPN when they moved back to Washington State in 1998. Bernie worked at Delta Rehab in Snohomish until poor health forced him to retire.

Bernie was a wonderful husband to Genelia and Father to all 11 of his children. His easy going way, kindness, generosity, sense of humor and love of story telling will be remembered and missed by his family and many friends. He never met a stranger he didn't know and was never afraid to try something new. Things were not important to him, people were.

Bernie is survived by his wife of 35 years, Genelia, his sister Judy Montgomery and his brother Duane Patnode, ten children, Terri Quenzer, Marc Patnode, Steve Patnode, Diane Stuvland, Judy Brian, David Harris (deceased) Debbie Grillo, Julie Benedictson, Connie Wellner, Dyann Kanzler and Kim Zimmerman, 22 grand children and 10.5 great grand children.

There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2006 at 10:30 AM at the Lynwood Unity Church 16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway, Lynwood, WA. A reception will follow at Silver Shores Mobile Estates Club House, 11622 Silverlake Road, Everett, WA.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be to The American Heart Association or to The Providence Foundation in Everett, Washington. 
Patnode, Bernard (I73339952)
 
2118 Published: Monday, February 23, 2009 12:55 AM EST
Susan “Byrd” Bernatche, age 52 of Manistee, died Friday, Feb. 20, 2009 at her home surrounded by her family after a courageous challenge with cancer.

She was born on May 22, 1956 in Manistee, the daughter of David and Nancy (Gamache) Bajtka. Sue was a graduate of Manistee High School class of 1974. She married Robert W. Bernatche on Sept. 16, 1978 in Manistee at St. Mary of Mount Carmel Shrine Church. She was employed at the J.C. Penny catalog department for 20 years, until the store closed. For the past 10 1/2 years she was employed as the court recorder for the 85th District Court. She was a communicant of St. Mary of Mount Carmel Shrine Church and a member of the Michigan Electronic Court Reporters Association.

Sue enjoyed fishing on Lake Michigan and was an avid Great Lakes Tournament Fisherman with the Renegade Sport Fishing Team and was also a member of the Five Thirty a.m. Club at the Health Connection.

She is survived by her husband Bob Bernatche of Manistee, her son Travis Bernatche and his fiancee Tarah Burgess of Mattawan, her parents David and Nancy (Gamache) Bajtka, three sisters and brothers-in-law; Debbi Day and Lori and Mark Sniegowski all of Manistee, and Missy and Bill Jewell of Scottville, and her sister-in-law Helen Kamaloski of Manistee, and her mother in-law and father in-law, Arlene and Allen Russell of Manistee. Numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews also survive her.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Richard Kamaloski.

Mass from the Order of Christian funerals will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009 at St. Mary of Mount Carmel Shrine Church in Manistee with Reverend James Bearss celebrant. Burial will follow in Mount Carmel Cemetery also in Manistee.

Friends may begin calling at the church on Monday afternoon after 2 p.m. An Evening Vigil Service will be prayed at 8 p.m. on Monday evening where the family will be present at the church on Monday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. to receive friends.

The Herbert Funeral Home of Manistee is in charge of funeral arrangements.

Source:
Manistee News Advocate
Online Monday, 23 February 2009 12:55 AM EST 
Bajtka, Susan Lynne (I7247)
 
2119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11583)
 
2120 purportedly adopted by Henry Monette and Lillian (Benway) Monette Gamache, Joseph Antoine (I73336263)
 
2121 purportedly by drowning Cloutier, Elizabeth Ursule (I268)
 
2122 purportedly died of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning Tevelin (Tevelovits), Isadore (I97)
 
2123 Pvt US Army  Gamache, Charles Louis (I7519)
 
2124 Quebec, Canada, Land Grants, 1763-1890

Name: Fabien Gamache
Location: Thetford, Mégantic
Acres: 100
Letters Patent Date: 28 Sep 1882 
Family F3976
 
2125 Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968


Name Philippe Gamache
Spouse Cecile Collin
Event Mariage
Marriage Year 1940
Marriage Location Quebec, Québec
Place of Worship or Institution Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Household Members
Name Age
Philippe Gamache
Cecile Collin 
Family F11203
 
2126 Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967

Name Marie Marguerite Brun
Event Type Enterrement
Death Date 1814
Burial Date 1814
Burial Place L`Acadie, Québec
Place of Worship or Institution Ste-Marguerite-de-Blairfindie
Spouse George Gamache
Household Members
Name Age
Marie Marguerite Brun 
Brun, Marie Marguerite (I4882)
 
2127 Rachel G. Morneau (Gamache), 85, of Coventry, wife of the late Charles R. Morneau, passed into eternity on Friday, June 11, 2010. She was born in 1925 in Swanton, VT to Elphege and Yvonne (Chevalier) Gamache and moved to CT in 1943 where she worked at New Departure in Bristol CT making ball bearings for the military during WWII. Along with her husband, Rachel owned and operated Morneau Lawn & Garden Equipment in Coventry and then Storrs for more than 45yrs, while raising her family of eight. For many years, she was an active member of the Willimantic Chapter of Soroptimist, providing guidance to women in the business work force and a devoted communicant of St. Marys Church in Coventry. She was predeceased by her husband of 55 years and son, John L. Morneau.Rachel is survived by her loving children, Charles D. Morneau & wife Linda, Carol Bellavance & partner Myron Fickett, Janet Parla & husband Tim, Joanne McManus & husband Peter, Sandra Graham & husband Rusty, Susan Morneau & fianc Steven Kuhn, Robert Morneau & wife Carleen, as well as 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She also leaves behind her sister Marie Gamache and brothers, Robert Gamache & wife Patty and Joseph Gamache & wife Anna, Guy & Pat Morneau, her very dear cousin Lucille Tatro and many nieces and nephews.Rachel will be remembered for her positive attitude, generous spirit, kind heart, love of family, music, art & education and her wonderful sense of humor. She always found the goodness in everyone she met and was the glue that held the family together. She will be dearly missed, especially at the annual family picnics.The family would like to thank North Central Hospice and Palliative Care for their care and tenderness, as well as Kris Suprenant, Adele Robinson & Carol Buchanan for their tireless efforts in making Rachel as comfortable as possible. Her family will receive friends and relatives on June 16, 2010 between 4 pm & 7 pm at Coventry Pietras Funeral Home, 2665 Boston Tpke (rte.44), Coventry, CT. Her funeral mass will be celebrated Thursday June 17, 2010 at 10 a.m. at St. Marys Church, Rt. 31, Coventry, CT, with a reception to follow at Manchester Country Club. Interment will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, her family suggests memorial donations be made to North Central Hospice and Palliative Care, 8 Keynote Drive, Vernon Rockville, CT 06066-5040 or the American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Drive, PO Box 5022, Wallingford, CT 06492. Gamache, Rachel Giorgianna (I73339697)
 
2128 Railroad Conductor King, Henry Thomas (I22250)
 
2129 Railroad Engineer Gamache, Emile Joseph (I73337245)
 
2130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73340604)
 
2131 Ray John Gamache
Services have been held for former Pike Lake resident Ray John Gamache. He died July 5, 2000 in Franciscan Health Center. He was 77.

He was born in Duluth and was a 1942 graduate of Denfeld High School. From 1940 to 1946, he pitched for the American Legion Junior Baseball Club and the West Duluth Cubs.

After signing a contract in 1940 with the National Association Professional Baseball League, he played for the Grand Forks Chiefs and the Duluth Dukes.

In 1943, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and was a staff sergeant as a physical training instructor in Miami Beach, Fla. After his discharge, he returned to baseball until 1946. He later became a member of retail clerks, working many area businesses, retiring from Anderson Furniture Co.

He is survived by his sisters Joyce (Neil) McNeil and Louana Johnson, his children John (Alma) Gamache, Jean Ksicinski and Gary (Shannon) Gamache, grandchildren Misty, Ray, Andrew, James, Dan, Amanda, Mike and T.J. and his special companion Gloria Christensen.

Burial was in Oneota Cemetery. Arrangements were made by Bell Brothers Funeral Directors.  
Gamache, Raymond John (I73334830)
 
2132 Raymond Gamache (1919)
Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File

Full Name:
Raymond Gamache
Gender:
Male
Social Security Number:
***-**-5705
Birth Date:
8 Jan 1919
Death Date:
18 Apr 1992
Cause Of Death:
Unknown
Organization Code:
ARMY
Organization:
Army
Branch:
Army
Enlistment Date:
15 Jun 1943
Release Date:
17 Apr 1946
Conflict Period:
World War II 
Gamache, Raymond Alfred (I73337231)
 
2133 Raymond-Marie Gamache 1937-2001

Raymond-Marie, a pupil of a benevolent nature with a dreamy and ingenuous air, who concealed a determined and practical will, managed to improve his nest egg during his years in the Great Hall by selling cigarettes he rolled Itself or with subcontractors. Becoming a priest of the Foreign Missions in 1964, he was a missionary in Peru for 36 years. Since 1990, he was parish priest of Sainte-Famille and administrator of the Major Seminary in Ica. He was about to return home when he was murdered for some money on May 7, 2001. He had built a multi-purpose house that could be used as a Eucharistic celebration hall, meeting room and funeral home. Ironically, he was the first to be exposed. He is buried in Ica in Peru. 
Gamache, Père Raymond Marie (I3493)
 
2134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2045)
 
2135 Real Estate Investments - Guillotte and Gamache Real Estate, Bronx, NY Gamache, David J. (I17290)
 
2136 Received homestead in Manitoba in 1899 Gamache, Philippe Romuauld (I73342672)
 
2137 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F358
 
2138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1841
 
2139 Record in Sault Ste-Marie; married in Missisaging, ON Family F6352
 
2140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F162
 
2141 Record of Peter Alan Gamache
Personal Details
Name Peter Alan Gamache
Birthdate October 29, 1961
Hometown Millers Falls, Massachusetts
Gender Male
Race White
Religion Protestant, No Denominational Preference
Military Service
Service Navy
Rank Petty Officer Second Class
Authority Enlisted
Occupation Sonar Technician (submarine)
Pay Grade E05
Casualty Information
Died December 30, 1983
Age 22
Closure Date December 30, 1983
Process Date February 16, 1984
Remains Recovered Body Remains Recovered
Casualty Closure Buried Unknown Disposition
Casualty Location United States
Casualty Category Homicide
Incident Type Non-Hostile Death
 
Gamache, Peter Alan (I14517)
 
2142 Registered Nurse Schwartz, Ruth Eileen (I319)
 
2143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4048)
 
2144 REINA
GAMACHE AUSSANT CANADA / WINOOSKI ? Reina Gamache Aussant passed away
Aug. 8, 2001, after a long illness. She was born April 30, 1937, the daughter
of the late Theodore and Fernande Gamache. She was a graduate of St. Francis
Xavier School, Mount St. Mary Academy and the Fanny Allen School of Nursing.
She is survived by a son, Jean Francois Aussant; her daughter, Christine and
son-in-law, Andre Veillette; five brothers and their spouses, Clement and
Barbara Gamache, Richard and Suzanne Gamache, James and Theresa Ga- mache,
Paul and Mary Anna Ga- mache, Gerard and Mary Jane Ga- mache; two sisters and
their spouses, Theresa and Gary Payea, and Andrea and Palmer Irish; and
several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Jean Aussant;
and two sisters, Annette Gamache and Claire Gamache Burdick. Funeral services
were held Aug. 13 in St. Agapit Church in Deux Montagne, Quebec. 
Gamache, Reine Marie (I73339544)
 
2145 reported by family as 26 Dec 1867 Family F1481
 
2146 Reported RI Deaths - Rhode Island Office of the Secretary of State  Gamache, Claudette A. (I9460)
 
2147 resided at 1603 Bedford Avenue, Pittsburgh Family F205
 
2148 resided at 2915 Belrose, Dormont, PA 1969 Sigal, Samuel (I538)
 
2149 resided at 3401 Webster Avenue, Pittsburgh, 1917, 1920 Sigal, Abraham (I539)
 
2150 Resided on the homestead. Thus three generations of Starks family were
born and raised on that farm, making four generations of Straks who lived
there.

History of The Town of Hawley, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Written &
Compiled by Louise Hale Johnson. Published by Charter Oak House, Mystic,
Conn. 1953. p. 359
of Ashfield, Mass., 1864 
Family F13168
 

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