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28 Sep 1925


Dr. Larry R (middle name unreadable but looks like Richard) Gale, prominent

young physician and lifelong resident of Newport, OH, died Sunday morning

at eleven thirty o'clock, following five months' illness.  Death was

attributed to heart disease.


Born at Newport on February 28, 1891, the son of Dr. George and Mrs. Myra

H. Gale, he spent practically all of his life at Newport.  During the world

war, he served a year as physician in the United States army, having been

stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, and Fort Beauregard, LA.


In June, 1920, he was united in marriage to Miss Alice Neptune, daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. (Unreadable) Neptune, of Marietta.  Two sons, Larry R. Gale,

Jr., and William Hammett Gale, were born to this union.  Dr. Gale was a

member of the St. John's Church at St. Marys, WV.  He was well and

favorably known in the community where he lived and the news of his death

came as a shock to his host of friends.


Besides his parents, Dr. and Mrs. George T. Gale, at Newport, and two sons,

one brother, Dr. George H. Gale, also survives, as well as a number of

nieces and nephews.


Dr. Gale attended the public schools at Newport, later being graduated from

the Newport high school.  After his graduation from high school, he

attended Marietta College for one year, then went to Philadelphia, where he

attended the Jefferson medical college.  He was at this school for three

years and finished his medical course at the University of Cincinnati.


Funeral service was held from the late home in Newport on Tuesday afternoon

at two o'clock.  Rev. Father J.J. (Unreadable) of Marietta, officiating. 

Burial was made in the Newport cemetery.

"St. Marys Oracle" -- St. Marys, WV

24 Sep 1987



18 Sep 1987


Nina "Twink" Gale, 61, of Barberton, OH, died Friday at the Barberton

Citizens Hospital.


She was born in Newport, a daughter of the late Dr. George H. and Carolyn

McGrew Gale.  She was a graduate of Trocare College, Buffalo, NY, was a

registered nurse, and was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church,



She is survived by one brother, George T. Gale, Newport; two sisters, Mary

C. Hurley of Clarksburg and Kitty Wren of Newport.


She was preceded in death by one brother, Dr. Larrey Gale.


Mass of Christian Burial was held Tuesday at St. John's Catholic Church. 

Burial was in Newport Cemetery.

"The Parkersburg Sentinel" -- Parkersburg, WV

29 Jan 1990



27 Jan 1990


George Thomas Gale Sr., 70, of Newport, OH, died Saturday at St. Joseph's



He was born in Newport, a son of the late Dr. George H. and Carolyn McGrew

Gale.  He was a member of St. Marys Catholic Church of Marietta, and the

Knights of Columbus.  He had worked in oil field production since he was

seven years old, and was a supervisor for Western Resources.


He is survived by his [second] wife, Pauline Freed Gale; four sons, David Gale of

Columbus, Anthony Gale of Kenna, Mike Gale of Waterford and George Thomas

Gale Jr. of Greensboro, NC; four daughters, Jodie Hewitt of Newport,

Carolyn Gale and Patricia Evans, both of Columbus, and Judi Parrish of

Clinton, WA; two step-daughters, Barbara Klinger of Massillon, OH, and

Deborah Robinson of Akron; two sisters, Kitty Wren of Newport and Mary

Hurley of Clarksburg; 21 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; five step-

grandchildren; and two step-great-grandchildren.


He was preceded in death by one brother, Dr. Larry Gale; one sister, Nina;

and two grandchildren.


Mass of Christian burial will be 10am Tuesday at St. John's Catholic

Church, St. Marys, with Father Stephen D. Dube officiating.  Burial will be

in Newport Cemetery

"St. Marys Oracle" -- St. Marys, WV

22 Mar 1984



20 Mar 1984

Dr. Larry Bernard Gale, 59, physician and surgeon of Newport, died early Tuesday morning at University Hospital, Columbus.


Dr. Gale was the fourth generation of his family to serve Newport as a physician.  He was the son of the late Dr. George Hays Gale and Carolyn McGrew Gale.  His grandfather, George Thomas Gale, and great-grandfather, George Washington Gale, were physicians in Newport, with the first Dr. Gale beginning his medical practice in 1821.


Dr. Gale closed his practice Oct. 25, 1983, due to ill health.  Dr. Gale was a 1948 graduate of Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA.  He interned and spent a year's residency in surgery at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, OH.


He joined his father in the family practice in 1950.  Dr. Gale was a World War II Army veteran, a member of the Washington County Medical Society, the Ohio State Medical Association, and the American Medical Association.  He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Marietta, and the Knights of Columbus.


He is survived by his [second] wife, Cheryl Walton Gale, whom he married in May 1982; two daughters, Mary Margaret Gale, of Marietta, and Kathleen, at home; two sons, Michael, of Washington, D.C., and Larrey W., at home.


Other survivors include a brother, Tom, of Newport; three sisters, Mrs. William (Kitty) Wren, Newport; Mrs. Jack (Mary) Hurley, Clarksburg; and miss Nina Gale, Buffalo, NY.


Funeral services will be held at 10:30am Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Marietta, with burial in the Newport Cemetery.


Dr. Gale was educated in Newport Elementary Schools and graduated from St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He pursued his pre-med studies at Notre Dame University and West Virginia University. He graduated from Jefferson Medical College. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1948. His father graduated from this same college on the same minute, the same day 42 years later. He served during World War II in the Navy Air Force at Bakersfield, California.

Julia C. Gale

Marietta Times February 6, 2007

NEWPORT — Julia C. Gale, 86, of Newport, died Sunday (Feb. 4, 2007) at the Marietta Memorial Hospital.

She was born March 31, 1920, at Hundred, W.Va., a daughter of the late Clarence Bernard and Grace Edna Dayton Yeater. She was a member of the St. John’s Catholic Church, St. Marys, W.Va., and retired from the Washington County Home Nursing in 1985 as a registered nurse. She worked briefly at the Beverly Nursing Home for five years. Her hobbies included reading and traveling.

She is survived by eight children, Carolyn Gale of Lancaster, Ohio, George T. Gale Jr. and his wife, Carole of Liberty, N.C., Judy Parrish and her husband, Richard of Clinton, Wash., Mary Ellen Evans of Lancaster, Ohio, Michael Gale and his wife, Jocelyn of Waterford, Ohio, Myra “Jodi” Hewitt and her husband, Richard of Newport, Ohio, David Gale and his wife, Jan of Groveport, Ohio, and Tony Gale and his wife, Becky of Elizabeth, Colo.; 22 grandchildren, George T. Gale III and his wife, Beckie of Concord, N.C., Julie Verchick and her husband, David of Pinehurst, N.C., Michael Gale and his wife, Stacy of Spanish Fork, Utah, Andrew Gale of Cardiff, Calif., Leeann Frost and her husband, David of San Diego, Calif., Jason Parrish and his wife, Sara of Kirkland, Wash., Rachel Parrish of San Diego, Calif., Shawn Evans and his wife, Janice of Bellefonte, Pa., Anthony Gale and his wife, Carol of Hollidaysburg, Pa., Jason Gale and his wife, Emily of Milton, Fla., Jennifer Morris and her husband, Jason of Waterford, Melissa Postage and her husband, J.D. of Thornville, Ohio, Amanda Gale, Aaron Gale, and Serena Gale, all of Waterford, Jackie Hewitt of Marietta, Lisa Cochran of Newport, Amber Hammer and her husband, Nick of Bolivar, Ohio, Ben and Kimmy Gale of Elizabeth, Colo., Cassie Gale of Albuquerque, N.M., Natasha Sagrabes and her husband, Shawn of Columbus, Ohio, and Megan Rogers and her husband, Sean of Norfolk, Va.; 22 great-grandchildren, Casey Gale, Abey, Ben, and Curt Verchick, Hayden Gale, Richard Brocker, Chloe Frost, Shannon Evans, Julia, Isaac, Riley, and Adrian Morris, Myra, Arthur, and Sophie Rogers, Petrona, Christian, and Quinton Gale, Angela and Kaylee Postage, Chelsie Cochran and Mason Sagrabes; one brother, Lewis Yeater of Hysteria, Mich.; two sisters, Phyllis Gregosky of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and Shirley Sheppard of Wheeling, W.Va.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by George Thomas Gale Sr.; brother, Clarence Bernard Yeater Jr.; sister, Emilee McPeek; two granddaughters, Jacqueline and Jessica Gale; and a dear friend, Monsignor Michael Donovan.

A Mass for Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at the St. John’s Catholic Church, St. Marys, W.Va., with Father Steven Joseph as celebrant. Interment will be in the Newport Cemetery. Calling will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Ingram Funeral Home, 512 Second St., St. Marys, W.Va., where a rosary service will be held at 8 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made to Salesion Mission, 80 South Sixth St., Columbus, Ohio 43215; the Newport Volunteer Emergency Squad, Newport, Ohio 45768; or The Hank Morus Athletic Fund, in care of Marietta Community Foundation, Marietta, Ohio 45750.


Marietta Times October 2, 2009

Millicent Gale

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Millicent K. "Mickie" Gale, 82, of Port St. Lucie, Fla., died on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009, after an extended illness.

She was born Feb. 1, 1927, to Lorraine and Ervin Kuhlmann in Hamilton, Ohio. She was a 1948 graduate of Good Samaritan School of Nursing in Cincinnati, where she practiced obstetrical nursing for several years.

She married Larrey B. Gale, M.D., and they resided in Newport, Ohio. In later years, she moved to Marietta, where she was a member of the St Mary's Catholic Church. Mrs. Gale enjoyed raising her family, supporting activities with them such as school programs, music, 4-H, Little League and home room mother. A devout Catholic, Mrs. Gale also made several pilgrimages to Fatima, Portugal, with her niece. In 1998, she moved with her daughter to Florida, where she lived until her death.

She is survived by her daughter, Mary Margaret "Margie," also of Port St. Lucie, and son, Michael of Tampa, Fla.; two grandsons, Martin of Tampa and Christian of Orlando; and her pet dog, Joey. She has many nieces and nephews in Newport, Cincinnati, Dayton and California.

Mrs. Gale was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Richard Kuhlmann of Hamilton; and her sister, Marjorie Delaney of Dayton.

According to Mrs. Gale's wishes, she will be cremated and buried in the St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Services will be held in Marietta at the convenience of the family. For additional information, please contact her children at MKGale.family@gmail.com.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting memorial donations be made to the American Lung Association, or your local animal rescue organization.

Local arrangements are being handled by the Marietta Chapel of Cawley & Peoples Funeral Home.