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Glen Alexander Gable

July 24, 1968 - August 27, 2020

Obituary For Glen Alexander Gable

Glen A. Gable passed away on August 27th, 2020 from cancer at Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue, WA.

He was born on July 24th, 1968 in Glendale , California, the son of Wilmer and Annetta Gable.

Glen was blessed with a son, Kyle, August 7, 1998. Kyle was the light of Glens life. Glen starting his working career at McDonalds for four years. He then went to Safeway as a cashier for a few years. And went to meat cutting school where he learned to do the thing he loved doing most, being a butcher. Glen Loved his job and almost everyone he worked with. His favorite past time was spending time with family and friends, shooting guns with his brother Greg and dad, and building his amazing bird houses.

Glen always had a way of making everyone feel special, he was never rude or disrespectful to anyone, even in the end when he was in so much pain. As much as Glen didn't want to leave any of us he knew that he was going home to be with his Lord and savior, Jesus Christ, so he was at peace.

Glen is survived by his parents, Wilmer and Annetta Gable, his son Kyle Gable, his twin brother Greg Gable, and his sister Denise with husband Miles Ornburn; nieces and nephews, Tyler and Rebecca, Colby, and Makenna Heiss, Lane, Shay, Tanner and Madison Gable.

Service will be held at Denise and Miles house on September 2nd @6:00PM.

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We hate to see you go Glen but at least you are no longer in pain. Gonna miss ya at the world famous bucking horse sale it was always great to see you your brother and parents. You are gone but never forgotten go sore with the eagles. God bless you and our family! Love the Jerome family!!
- Jeremy Jerome
I am so saddened by Glen's passing. One thing about the Gable brothers is they will sure make you laugh. Glen AND Greg's presence have a way of brightening a persons day. I was so optimistic that Glen would pull through this but sometimes things don't work out the way we envisioned. My sincere condolences to Greg and the entire Gable family.
- Robbie Albrecht

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