In loving memory of

Galen Joseph Kremer
March 24, 1944 - August 27, 2019

Today, August 27, 2019, an Angel driving an 18-Wheeler came and took our beloved Galen,75, of Maquoketa, Iowa, to Heaven. He left behind his wife Susan "Sue" of 46 years; daughter Heidi of 44 years. Galen will stay in our hearts forever and be sadly missed by whom all he knew and all who knew Galen Kremer.

Family and friends may gather for a graveside service and burial with military rites at 10 A.M., Saturday, September 7, 2019 at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Maquoketa, Iowa. There is no visitation. Cremation has taken place.

Heidi and Susan would like to thank family, friends and Hospice of Jackson County for the last 10 days of Galen's life.

Carson Celebration of Life Center in Maquoketa is caring for the family and online Condolences may be left at www.CarsonAndSon.com.

Tributes

Marlene Sieck wrote on Sep 7, 2019:

"I will miss you my dear brother, we had so many great conversations. Pick your favorite 18 wheeler, and may God bless and keep you. Love you, your sis Marlene Sieck."

Stub and Cindy Pape wrote on Sep 1, 2019:

"So very sorry Sue and family for your loss, prayers are with you all"

Steve & Cindy Daniels wrote on Aug 31, 2019:

"Sue & Family, So sorry to hear of Galen's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you."

Diane Derganz wrote on Aug 31, 2019:

"We'd also like to send our condolences to his two other children, Angela & Ryan Kremer."

Lisa Belsan wrote on Aug 31, 2019:

"Galen was an amazing brother in law...I'll never forget when i was like 5 he took me to the store and bought me a pair of shoes...it was winter and the shoes i had was full of holes. I was like omg I can run faster now!!! You will be so missed Galen...love you!!! Susan and Heidi...so sorry for your loss!! love you both"

Kenny and Peggy Head-Costello wrote on Aug 31, 2019:

"To Galen's family, you have our sincerest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rest in peace. "

Mandy Arterberry wrote on Aug 29, 2019:

"Galen was one of my best friends, like a dad to me. He always gave the best advice, and I will miss him dearly."

Joel Miller wrote on Aug 28, 2019:

"Galen was a good friend. We first met at Andrew Community School in the sixth grade with classes in the basement of the Presbyterian Church in 1956. Mrs. Weuste as the teacher. Good memories of a good friend. I'll miss you buddy."