Dean Vincent Gangle, 62, was born April 28, 1960, in Fremont, OH and went to be with his Saviour on October 30, 2022. He spent his last moments praising his Lord Jesus with such clarity and beauty and prayed heartfelt prayers for his children, family, and close friends expressing his desire to be reunited with them in Glory. Dean worked at Cooper Tire for many years. He appreciated art, telling stories, reliving memories, obscure facts and history. He cherished moments spent with his family and friends and had a gift for forming new meaningful relationships. Dean spent his days cultivating those relationships, writing short stories and praying fervently for others.
Dean left behind two children that he loved very much: Madison Gangle (Kelly) and Amanda Kuieck (Jonathan) as well as April, his grandchild that he was extremely proud of.
Dean also left behind two sisters: Dawn Poe (Steve) and Annie Setzler (Ken). He was an Uncle to five nephews, and a Great-Uncle to three nephews and one niece.
Dean was preceded in death by his parents, Vincent and Alice Gangle.
The family will be honoring Dean with a small private gathering to relive our favorite memories per his wishes.
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Sara L Dorland
To the Family of Dean,
You have our Deepest Sympathy. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We were blessed to be able to pray with him on the day my parents moved out of Bethany and that was the day he was moving also. Sincerely, Larry and Karen Cronin, and Randy and Sara Dorland.
Omg thank you so . . much for sharing that!! Dean told me he wanted to pray for Larry and Karen before they moved and I knew he got to do it. I was so fearful he wouldn’t get a chance to. He was so concerned with them driving. He cried a lot over them!! He would call and tell me to pray for Karen she was taken to the hospital and that God would be with her and God would make her well. Thank you to your mom and dad for being such good friends to Dean. He spoke about them up to the end. ❤️ Thank you for your thoughtfulness!! Dawn
Dawn ,Annie and families my condolences go out to you all. may the memories get you thru the this trying time. May God wrap his arms around you all. Dean spread your wings and fly high.
Debra (Lance) Hessick
Dwayne Clark of Myrtle Beach S C
What a GREAT PERSON, I had the PRIVILEGE & HONOR to WORK with DEAN back in the early 90’s at STYLE CREST, The MAN would have GIVEN HIS OWN SHIRT OFF HIS BACK to a STRANGER & EXPECT NOT A THING in RETURN A GREAT GODLY PERSON BACK THEN and now he has HIS WING’S, FLY HIGH MY FRIEND, R I P DEANO