Kendall R. Gale

July 20, 1965 ‒ December 09, 2019

Delaware, Ohio

Kendall R. Gale, age 54 of Delaware passed away Monday, December 9, 2019 at OSU Medical Center.

He was born in Delaware on July 20, 1965 and worked in the shipping and receiving department at JEGS High Performance.

Helpful and generous, he was a good person, easy to get along with and open minded. He enjoyed the water, swimming, skiing, as well as shrimping and crabbing when he resided in Louisiana. Kendall was a member of the Delaware Moose Lodge and attended Eastside Mission which was his passion over the last few years. He was most proud of his sobriety and loved all people. He took pride in caring for his family. Kendall treasured time entertaining kids, especially his sons, niece, and nephews.

Those left to cherish his memory include his sons: Kristopher Gale Capps, Charles Gale, mother Bonnie (Selby) Raines, father Kenny R. Gale (Barb), brother Dr. Ryan Gale, sister Deanna Kempf, aunts: Barb (Selby) Ramey, Grace Gale, nieces, nephews, cousins, including close cousins Rebbecca Lyn (Shane) Andrews and Charles (Lisa) Kitchen, special friend Tammy Raus, and sponsor Dan Dutcher, who was his helper through life.

He was preceded in death by his step-mother Jane Gale and step father Terry Raines.

Memorial services will be held  5:30 Tuesday at the Eastside Mission Church, 32 Joy Ave., Delaware, Ohio 43015, where friends may call from 4:00 – 5:30 prior to the services. Pastor Donnie Akers will officiate. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

Memorial contributions can be made to Eastside Mission.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • Kenny and family we were so sorry to hear about Kendall he was a fine young man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Love and prayers
    Paul and Vickie

  • Kenny, I am so sorry to hear about Kendall. He was a sweetheart. He will certainly be missed at The Eastside Mission.

  • Kendall was always a nice guy. Helped me out when I asked at work and had good taste in music. Loved all the stories about New Orleans. I’m sorry

  • My deepest sympathy to Kendall’s family. He was a good person that I respected and enjoyed working with. May he rest in peace in heaven.

  • To Kendall’s Family, I’m sorry for your lost, Kendall was always nice to me, sweet at times and a cool tough guy. I enjoyed our conversation and appreciate the help and advices that he has given me. I’m glad I have gotten to know him a little bit. You may rest now.

  • I love you and you will always be my heart. Getting to know you better this last five years have been a blessing. I will see you again.

  • Kenny , So sorry for the loss of your son . I’m thinking about you and your family. In my thoughts Eva .

  • I’m sorry for the loss of Kendall. I am so glad he got his life together and was able to attend your church. I saw this in the paper and wasn’t able to attend the service. my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.