GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                 Wednesday, April 22, 1998

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NORMAN E. GOMKE

  HAVRE - Norman E. Gomke, 57, a former Kremlin resident, died of cancer Thursday in Portland, Ore.

  Memorial services and burial of ashes will take place at a later date. Holland & Bonine Funeral Home of Havre is in charge of arrangements.

  He was born April 15, 1941, in Havre, and attended schools in Kremlin. He moved to Portland, Ore., where he worked at Lipman's and Fred Meyers department stores and later managed the Flat Iron Tavern.

  He enjoyed basketball, baseball, flowers and square dancing.

  Survivors include five brothers, Stan Gomke and Clarence Blackie of Great Falls, Fred Gomke of Anchorage, Alaska, Robert Gomke of Kremlin and Michael Gomke of Havre; four sisters, Patti Marleau of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Shirley Thole and Lorraine Trulson of Havre and Aggie Reinowski of Kremlin.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                    Wednesday, April 22, 1998

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NORMAN EDWARD GOMKE

  Norman E. Gomke, 57, formerly of Kremlin, died Thursday, April 16, 1998, in Portland, Ore., of cancer.

  Memorial services with the burial of cremated remains is pending. Service time will be noted at a later date with the Rev. Tim Hauge officiating.

  Gomke was born to Edward and Bertha Fisher Gomke April 15, 1941, in Havre. He attended Kremlin schools.

  He moved to Portland and worked at Lipman's, Fred Meyers Department Stores, and later managed the Flat Iron Tavern.

  He enjoyed basketball, baseball, the outdoors, flowers, garden activities,  and square dancing.

  Gomke was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Ruben and Jimmy Gomke.

  He is survived by five brothers, Stan of Great Falls, Fred of Anchorage, Alaska, Clarence Blackie of Great Falls, Robert of Kremlin, and Michael of Havre; four sisters, Patti Marleau of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Shirley Thole and Lorraine Trulson both of Havre, Aggie Reinowski of Kremlin; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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THE SENTINEL NEWS                                    Wednesday, April 29 1998

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NORMAN EDWARD GOMKE

  Norman E. Gomke, 57, formerly of Kremlin, died Thursday, April 16, 1998, in Portland, Ore., of cancer.

  Gomke was born to Edward and Bertha Fisher Gomke April 15, 1941, in Havre. He attended Kremlin schools.

  He moved to Portland and worked at Lipman's, Fred Meyers Department Stores, and later managed the Flat Iron Tavern.

  He enjoyed basketball, baseball, the outdoors, flowers, garden activities,  and square dancing.

  Gomke was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Ruben and Jimmy Gomke.

  He is survived by five brothers, Stan of Great Falls, Fred of Anchorage, Alaska, Clarence Blackie of Great Falls, Robert of Kremlin, and Michael of Havre; four sisters, Patti Marleau of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Shirley Thole and Lorraine Trulson both of Havre, Aggie Reinowski of Kremlin; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                

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The families of

 

Norman Edward Gomke

would like to express our deepest thanks to all for

memorials, cards,

phone calls, food and

flowers. Thanks again to

Rev. Tim I-laugen, Kenny

and Roland for the beautiful

music. We richly Bless to

all br being there 1017 us.

From the

Gomke Family