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Eugene Leo Gabrylczyk

January 19, 1943 — July 13, 2015

Eugene Leo Gabrylczyk passed away July 13


, 2015 in Idaho Falls, Idaho due to Acute Myloid Leukemia Cancer. Gene was born in Cleveland, Ohio on January 19, 1943 to Ignatius and Helen Gabrylczyk.

Gene is survived by his spouse Patricia (Byington) Gabrylczyk, Idaho Falls, Idaho. Son- Mark Gabrylczyk (Laura), Blackfoot, Idaho. Son-Paul Gabrylczyk Newport, Tennessee, Daughter-Lana Murugasan (Jonathon) Danville, Virginia. Adopted Daughter Latasha Gabrylczyk Idaho Falls, Idaho. Gene has 9 grandchildren.

Gene enjoyed working his trade in the areas of welding/pipefitter and commercial construction. At the time of his death, Gene was employed at Lowes Home Improvement. Gene enjoyed his employment opportunities and especially liked the people he worked with.

Gene like to watch sports and follow his teams in college/pro football and basketball. In his younger years, Gene liked to play church softball with his ward; lift weights and run to improve his fitness. Gene was happiest when he engaged others in debate with politics, current events, or sports competitions. Although others may have found him unique, those closest to him loved and appreciated him.

Gene’s family would like to thank Dr. Brad Adams of the Teton Cancer Institute for his care and compassion over the last year of Gene’s life. In addition, thank you to the Nursing and Care Staff at Mountain View Hospital and Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls in taking care of Gene in his last days on Earth.

A Graveside Service will be conducted at Grove City Cemetery in Blackfoot, Idaho on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 11:00 A.M with military rites.

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