OBITUARY

William Lee Gamble

June 28, 1921June 13, 2014

William “Bill” Gamble 92 of Seminole, FL., passed away Thursday night, June 12, 2014 of natural causes. A longtime resident of Miller Beach, IN and later moved to Seminole, Florida.

Bill was a retired Locomotive Engineer from the EJ&E railroad having spent over 40 years with the company. He was a a World War II veteran in the U.S. Army.

Bill is survived by wife of 72 years, Virginia Gamble (Stovall), Sister in Law, Dolores Bullock (Virginia Beach, VA), children, Nancy Johnson (Mike Johnson) & Jeffrey Gamble (Barbara Gamble), grandchildren, Lisa Moser (Valparaiso, IN), Jim Hartman (Chesterton, IN), Jason Clement (Portage, IN), Joshua Gamble (Miller Beach, IN), nieces, nephews and many friends.

He spent his final hours surrounded by family and will be dearly missed.

In lieu of Flowers the family ask donations be made in his name to Suncoast Hospice Center 6770 102nd Ave N, Pinellas Park, FL 33782.

Arrangements under the direction of Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home, Seminole, FL33776 / 727-391-0121.

Services

  • Cremation
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William Lee Gamble

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June 19, 2014

I'm sure I write for all of the Isaacsons in saying our thoughts and prayers go out to the Gambles. We remember fondly all the EJ & E stories and the get-togethers that the husbands, wives and children enjoyed together. Joe & Rosalie remain in their Miller home but send their condolences to Florida. Janice (Isaacson) Cook

June 19, 2014

You will never be forgotten Bill. All our love Zora and Jim

ashleigh masi

June 19, 2014

I never really new Bill, but he worked with my grandpa, Joe Isaacson at EJ&J and was long time friends with both my grandparents. I remember hearing stories about him. A few years ago, I was standing in the check out line at Publix and noticed a gentleman wearing a EJ&J jacket and I said, "I bet you know my grandpa!" Turns out it was Bill, and it was so nice to have finally met him! I live in Seminole, and took comfort in knowing a good friend of my grandparents lived down the street. He will be missed. I'm sorry for the loss, he was a sweetheart.

Betty Grimm

June 17, 2014

So sorry to read of Bill's death, Ginnie.