Marinette Eagle Star, October 18, 1971




Albert L. Gamlin, 82, who formerly resided at 413 Lake St., Marinette, died Sunday at 4:35 p.m. in St. Joseph-Lloyd Hospital where he had been a patient for three weeks. Mr. Gamlin was born in Peshtigo Harbor on July 6, 1889. He was a retired commercial fisherman and had also been employed by the Sawyer and Goodman Co. in Marinette. He was married to the former Emma Berggren in 1920. She preceded him in death in 1940. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Marian Woods, Menominee; one son, Robert Gamlin of Menominee; a stepson, Clayton Muller of Marinette, one sister, Mrs. Florence Belanger of Marinette; four brothers, George, Louis, William, and Myron, all of Marinette; seven grandchildren. One daughter preceded him in death. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Zeitler Funeral Home. Services will be held in the funeral home at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Waldemar Framstead will officiate. Burial will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery.


Died: Thursday, June 16, 1955




Death Occurs At Madison Hospital


Clinton Gamlin, 48, of 627 Main St., a commercial fisherman, died late Thursday afternoon at Wisconsin General Hospital at Madison. He had been in ill health for eight months. He resided in Marinette his entire life and was married to the former Marcella La Vigne of this city 26 years ago. He was bon here February 18, 1907, and was known as "Teddy" by his acquaintances. Besides his widow, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. John Rogers, and two sons, Gerald and Roger, all of Marinette. Other survivors are five brothers Louis, William, Albert, George, and Myron of Marinette; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Betters and Mrs. Lawrence Belanger of Marinette and Mrs. Joseph St. Peter of Menominee, and one granddaughter. The body is at Zeitler funeral home. Arrangements for final rites have not been completed.


Marinette Eagle Star, Wednesday, October 24, 1973




Myron L. Gamlin, 71, of 531 Water St., died today at Marinette General Hospital. He had been ill for several years.

Mr. Gamlin was a native of the city and was born February 28, 1902. He spent his entire lifetime here. For 20 years he was a commercial fisherman. He worked in construction work for 10 years and had worked at Marinette Water Utility from 1956 until he retired on March 17, 1967. Since his retirement he was a part-time employee of Radio Station WMAM. He was a member of St. Joseph's Church. On November 27, 1926, he married the former Elvira Grandaw in Marinette. She survives along with a son, Myron F. of Marinette; four daughters, Mrs. Dennis Grall of Escanaba, Mrs. Ralph Mazzie and Mrs. George Jensen, both of Racine, and Mrs. Joseph Carpino of Corona, California. Also surviving are three bothers, George, Louis, and William, all of Marinette; a sister, Mrs. Florence Belanger, also of Marinette; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Thielen funeral home from 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday. A wake service will be held there at 7 p.m. Thursday. Final rites will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Church with the Rev. James Feely officiating. Burial will be in Forest Home Cemetery.


Marinette Eagle Star, Tuesday December 4, 1973




Area Resident Is Dead At 77


William Gamlin, 77, of 101 Water St. Marinette, died Monday afternoon at St. Joseph's Lloyd Hospital. He was born April 4, 1896, in Marinette and was a former sailor of the Great Lakes and also commercial fisherman. Mr. Gamlin was a member of Marinette World War 1 Barracks and Menominee Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. He served in the Army in France during World War 1. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Florence Belanger and two brothers, George and Louis, all of Marinette. Three brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Friends may call at Zeitler Purath Funeral Home in Marinette from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and until time of services there Thursday at 11 a.m. The Rev. James Feely will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. A wake service will be held at the funeral home at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The World War 1 Barracks will conduct a visitation there Wednesday at 7 p.m., followed by a VFW visitation at 7:15.


Marinette Eagle Star, November 9, 1918






Mrs. Alfred Greenwood, A Resident of Marinette for 60 years, Dies Suddenly.

Did Washing On Friday

Later Going Home of Son, where Death Occurred Early This Morning


Mrs. Alfred Greenwood, a resident of Marinette for sixty years, died this morning at 6:30 at the home of her son, George Greenwood, 1643 Ludington Street. Mrs. Greenwood, Who was a widow, 65 years of age, resided at 1023 Main Street. On Friday she did a washing and later in the day went to the home of her son for a visit. Not feeling well, she remained the night and this morning her son went into her room to give her some medicine he thought she was sleeping, but instead she was dying. Heart trouble was the cause of her death. She was a daughter of Camille Gamelin, who at the time owned the present site of the H & M Co. on the River Front. Her Husband, Alfred Greenwood, died three years ago. She is survived by four sons Fred, of Tacoma, Washington; Louis, Manitowoc; George & John of this city. Two brothers, Louis and Albert Gamelin, and three sisters also survive.

The funeral will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock.