Gabriel F. boggio, 58, of 15 Wyoming Ave., died sunday afternoon at his home of a heart attack. He was owner-manager of Western Cabinet Shop in Billings for 20 years.
Mr. Boggio was born Nov. 1, 1910, at Red Lodge, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Boggio. He spent his childhood in Luther and joined the U.S. Navy for four years in 1933.
He lived at Detriot, Mich., retunred to Red Lodge in 1940, and came to Billings in the 1940's.
Survivors include a son, Gary G. Boggio, 1940 Lewis Ave., a step-son James Van Dyke, San Francisco, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Gary Wilcox, Missoula; four brothers, Richard P., Red Lodge; Louis E., Roscoe; Henry A. of Luther; and Raymond J., Portland, Ore.; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Young, San Bruno, Calif.; Mrs. James Burnett of Lther (Luther); and Mrs David Bassett, Portland; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be a t 10 a.m. Wednesday at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary with Dr. Vern Klingman of the First United Methodish (t) Church officiating. Burial will be a t Mountview cemetery.
Funeral Services ere Wednesday fro Gabriel F. Boggio, 58, of 15 Wyoming Ave., owner and operator of the Western Cabinet Shop, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary with Dr. Vern L. Klingman of First United Methodist church officiating. Burial was in Mountview Cemetery.
He died Sunday of a heart attack at his home.
Pallbearers were Dick Boggio, david Boggio, Danny Boggio, Scott Boggio, Jim Boggio and David Waters.
Survivors include a son, a step-daughter, a step-son, four brothers, three sisters and four grandchildren.