Allen "Al" Gasper
September 12, 1951 - May 23, 2012
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St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Saturday 5/26, 9:30 am
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St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Saturday 5/26, 11:00 am
Wichmann Funeral Home Tri-County Chapel
1592 Oneida Street
Menasha, WI 54952

Al Gasper, age 60, of Appleton, passed away on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, at Appleton Medical Center after a lengthy battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis. He was born on September 12, 1951, to the late Merton and Margaret (Miller) Gasper. He married Lori Meyer on February 14, 2006. Al was a loving husband, father and grandfather.…

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Amy Hoffman left a message on June 13, 2012:
My brother, who is a good friend of Davey Gasper, told me this evening that Alan died. Alan and I were in the same grade in school, graduated from AHS-E together (and Alan's father Mert graduated with him -- there even was an article in the Post-Crescent with a photo of them in their caps and gowns!). We grew up a block away from the Gaspers. I will say a prayer for Alan tonight. Amy Hoffman Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada [email protected]
Pastor Joan Aspen left a message on May 25, 2012:
I will truely miss Allen and I send my best wishes for the family. Sorry I can't make it to the funeral. I wish you could have held on a bit longer Allen to come to my wedding .. Love you cousin! Love Joan Aspen and my fiance Frank Macha..... I will keep everyone in my prayers!
kay wolter left a message on May 25, 2012:
Dear Lori, my thoughts are with you and Al's family at this very sad time. My deepest sympathy. Kay Wolter
Dale/Karen Staege left a message on May 25, 2012:
Lori, you know how much we loved Al, and how much we really love you and care about how you. I will see you at the funeral tomorrow.
Kay Forton left a message on May 24, 2012:
From third grade ... I remember his name ... I remember him. It was Christmas. Everyone was giving our teacher a present. He didn't have a present for her. He looked so sad and then a great big smile crossed his face. He pulled his favorite pencil from his desk and sharpened it. Then he wrapped the present with notebook paper. I remember thinking that the pencil was not only his favorite but, his other one was so tiny and used. This was the most amazing gift giving I had ever seen. It was something he treasured and he gave it to our teacher. She gave him a big hug. Some of the kids teased him about his present at recess but, he just kept smiling. When I struggle with gift giving, I think about this very kind boy and ask myself if my heart is in the present I'm giving. I don't remember a lot from 3rd grade but, I did learn about giving. Thank you Allen Gasper.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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