Louis M. Gyomory, 88, of Kingston, died following a short illness Wednesday, February 13, 2013 in Tuscola County Medical Care Facilty. He was born May 19, 1924 in Wilmot to Daniel and Lydia (Toth) Gyomory. He married Mary Rosie Paladi January 2, 1954 in Novesta Baptist Church Parsonage. Louie served two years in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a dairy and cash crop farmer. Louie enjoyed bowling and golfing and participated in many leagues winning many trophies throughout the years. Louie loved to tinker and was a very talented crafter of puzzles, whistles, yard ornaments of wood and metal, and other things. Louie also enjoyed working in his garden. He was very involved with the Kingston School Board and the Kingston Township Review Board. Louie is survived by his wife, Mary; grandchildren, Joseph (Shanna) Gyomory of Columbiaville, Bethany Gyomory of Davison, Kenneth J. Holden of Caro; great-grandchildren, Greysen Lyric and Livi Blue; cousin, Paul (Nancy) Gyomory of Kingston. Louie is also survived by Alex Paladi, Eddie (Sherry) Paladi, Jean Murphy-Gyomory; special family friends, Dick and Kathi Darling, Charlie and Mary Ann Tunis, Bob and Jan Grieve, Diane and Tom Peruski, Tom and Fran Rentz. He was preceded in death by his son, Louis John Gyomory; brother, Daniel (Mary) Gyomory; nephew, Jim Gyomory. Memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, June 29, in Kranz Funeral Home, Kingston with Rev. Len Wyatt of Kingston Wesleyan Church officiating. Interment is in Kingston Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers for Mr. Gyomory are Joe Gyomory, Alex Paladi, Eddie Paladi, Kennt Holden, Dick Darling and Richard D’Arcy. Memorials may be made to Kingston Wesleyan Church or United Hospice of Marlette. Family and friends may share memories, prayers and stories with the family at www.kranzfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by Kranz Funeral Home, Kingston.
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