In Memory

John Gatzemeier

John Gatzemeier







Salt Lake Tribune, The (UT) - July 21, 1995
Deceased Name: John F. Gatzemeier
John Fredrick Gatzemeier was born Sept. 8, 1951, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Kurt and Ireta Gatzemeier. Died July 19, 1995, in a Los Angeles Hospital.

He attended Brigham Young University, University of Utah, and schools in Seattle and California. He did counseling for many people with special needs and was loved by all. He loved music, flowers, and all of God's creations.

Special thanks to Mark Wilson and John's sister, ReNay, for the wonderful care they gave him during his last days on earth.

Survived by his parents, three brothers, Steven, Mark and Duane, two sisters, Mrs. J.D. (ReNay) Camp, and Mrs. Jackson (Sandra) Ewing.

Funeral services will be Saturday, July 22, at 9 a.m., where friends may call Friday from 6 to 8 p.m., at Larkin Sunset Lawn, 2350 East 1300 South, and Saturday, 8:30 to 9 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Larkin Sunset Lawn Cemtery.

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06/30/09 11:24 AM #1    

Margo Kinghorn

John died in 1995 at the age of 43 way too soon. John truly was my best friend at Granite. We spent many hours walking & talking or driving around. If we didn't have a date we would go to a dance or a movie. John was a rock for me many times when I needed him to be. He helped me through many troubled times. I lost touch with him after I married. When this site was created I found out that he had died. I then found his sister on Facebook and she was kind enough to share some of her memories with me. John left footprints on my heart for his friendship. I will never forget him and he will be part of my soul forever.
I love you my dear dear friend. You were the best.

07/10/09 03:21 PM #2    

Jacque Nelson (O'Brien)

John was a very wonderful, kind and loving individual. It had been so, so many years even before he passed away that we were in contact. The world lost a beautiful person.

08/02/09 10:53 AM #3    

Kim Kerr

John was a good man. He was complex and I spoke with him just before his passing when he lived out in LA. He had found himself and his way of life. I am proud to call John one of my friends.

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