George T. Gall

November 12th, 1926 to June 20th, 2008

George T. Gall Port Huron - George T. Gall, 81, passed away after a lengthy illness on Friday, June 20, 2008 in Regency on the Lake Nursing Facility. He was born in Lincoln Park, MI on Nov. 12, 1926. He later lived at Williams Lake in Pontiac, MI. He married Helen L. Burns in 1952 in St. Christopher Church, Marysville. He resided in the Port Huron Area since 1954. He was a veteran of WWII serving in the Navy as a Signalman on a LST ship in the South Pacific. He retired from Grand Trunk Railroad after 31 years of service in 1988. George was a member of St. Stephen Church and served as an usher and Ecumenical Minister. He was a member and past board member of Black River Boat Club. He was a volunteer driver for the Council on Aging (Senior Center) transporting seniors to fulfill their daily necessities. He enjoyed playing baseball when he was younger. He is survived by his wife, Helen of Port Huron; son, Kirk Gall of Fort Gratiot; daughter, Peggy (Kaz) Denney-Kienig of Marysville; granddaughter, Michelle Denney and two great grandsons, Tyler and Andrew Denney, all of Port Huron; brother, Richard (Bobbi) Gall of Atlanta, MI; sisters, Phyllis Koster of Chesterfield, Georgian (Richard) Williams of White Lake; brothers, Tim (Lillian) Gall of Fraser, Christopher (Nanette) Gall of Florida; brother-in-law, Thomas (Helen) Burns of Sterling Heights and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass will be 1 p.m. Monday at St. Stephens Church. The Rev. Tom Lever will officiate. Burial will follow in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Visiting will be Monday from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m at Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to St. Stephens Catholic Church. For guest book and information, please visit

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