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Gary Lee MagstadtCLERGY
Rev. Ron Shifley
Gary Lee Magstadt was born Friday, November 18, 1949 at Yankton, South Dakota to Benjamin and Ruth (Gall) Magstadt. He graduated from Scotland High School in 1968. He attended Nettleton Business School in Omaha, Nebraska for one year. He worked at Omaha National Bank as a computer programmer. Gary entered the Marines at Camp Pendleton, California and served for two years. He worked with computers during the Vietnam era. After his military service, Gary returned to Omaha where he worked as a program analyst for First Tier Bank. He retired in 1996. Gary passed away on Saturday, September 10, 2011, at his residence in Omaha, having attained the age of 61 years, 9 months, and 23 days.
Gary is survived by one brother, Darrell (LaVerna) Magstadt of Tripp; two nephews: Corey Magstadt of Aurora, Colorado, currently working in Afghanistan, and Chad (Jody) Magstadt of Peoria, Illinois and their two children, Alanna and Aidan; and two aunts: Elsie Magstadt of Scotland and Mary Ann Gall of Lesterville.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Benjamin and Ruth Magstadt.
I worked with Gary for several years at Firtier Bank and he was a heck of a programmer. Had'nt seen him in quite a few years. Was surprised to hear he retired in 1996. My sympathies go out to you. Jim Brennan
Jim Brennan Sep 19 2011 3:31 PM
I'm so sorry to hear about your brother Uncle Darrell. Know we are thinking of you today and hope you find peace. Love you.
Shana Kruger & Family Sep 19 2011 2:28 PM
Darrell sorry about the loss of your brother. Daryl Wollmann
Daryl Wollmann Sep 19 2011 11:19 AM
Hoping these words of sympathy will comfort you in your time of sorrow, wishing you God's peace.
Joyce and Len Frey Sep 19 2011 8:31 AM
Darrell, I am sorry to hear of Gary's passing. Gary's banking friends, we still meet on Fridays, were to try again to get him to lunch this Thursday. I worked with Gary for a few years and liked him as a worker and a friend. He introduced me to you for a pheasant hunt on your land. Gary was a nice man, and I will miss him. Ronald Hagen
Ronald Hagen Sep 18 2011 6:39 AM
Our sincere sympathy to Darrell and LaVerna and family at this time. We are sorry that we cannot attend the service, because Marv has a medical appointment out of town the same morning.---Ferne and Marv
Ferne and Marvin Baltzer Sep 16 2011 7:16 PM
Dear Darrell and Family, So very sorry and saddened to read of Gary's death. We were not only neighbors but also Kaylor 4-H Club kids and enjoyed so many good years together where we were enriched to really know our neighbors and their families.
Caryl (Hebbert) Abbott Sep 13 2011 3:33 PM