Dale KamlDale Kaml, 68, of rural East Grand Forks, MN, died on Monday, May 04, 2009 at Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND.
Dale Kaml, 68, of rural East Grand Forks, MN, died on Monday, May 04, 2009 at Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND.
Dale Kaml was born January 7, 1941 in Barnett Township, Roseau County, near Badger, MN. He was one of five children of the union of Otto and Ada (Kranz) Kaml. Dale grew up in the Badger area where he attended school.
For several years Dale worked on the William Briden farm near Crookston, MN as a general farm worker and builder of the Briden tag tandem axle. In 1963 he started working for the American Crystal Sugar Company of East Grand Forks, MN and later in Drayton, ND. In 1994 he started employment in Pembina, ND for Motor Coach Industries until his retirement in 2004.
On September 20, 1963 he was united in marriage to Judy Haller at Crookston, MN. In 1969 Dale and Judy purchased a farm in Northland Township of Polk County near East Grand Forks where they settled and raised their three sons. Dale enjoyed to hunt and fish.
Dale is survived by his wife, Judy; three sons: Alan Kaml, East Grand Forks, MN, Dean (Lori) Kaml, Grafton, ND and Mark Kaml, Grand Forks, ND; brother, Otto Jr. (Muriel) Kaml, Badger, MN; sisters: Lilly and Lucille of Badger, MN; and three grandchildren.
Dale is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Jean Williamson.
Services: 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 9, 2009, at the Stennes Funeral Home Chapel, East Grand Forks, MN.
Visitation: 1 hour before services at the chapel.
Online Guestbook: www.stennesfuneralhome.com
Arrangements by Stennes Funeral Home, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.
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