Larkin Mortuary

Milton Dana Gisseman

12/12/1936 - 08/18/2017

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Milton Dana Gisseman passed away peacefully at his home on August 18, 2017. Born on December 12, 1936 at St. Marks Hospital in Salt Lake City to Enid Trumbo and Van Gisseman.

Milt graduated from West High School and met his future wife doing roadshows in 1953. They were married August 1956 and sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Milt drove trucks for 7-UP, Pepsi, Milne, and Yellow Freight. He loved water skiing, yard sales, dumpster diving, and finding the next big deal.

He is survived by his wife Norine “Midge” Gisseman; two sons, Darrell (Cindy) Gisseman, Michael (Eva) Gisseman; daughter Dana (William) Madison; and grandkids Candice Thurman and Colby Gisseman, Emily and Brandon Madison, and Anna Gisseman; and his brother Roger Gisseman.

Preceded in death by his parents Enid and Van; his brothers Ray and Ralph; and his son Milton Jr. Gisseman.

Our family would like to express our thanks and appreciation for the care given by Heartwood Home Health and Hospice.

Services will be Friday, August 25, 2017 at 2pm at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary on 1950 E Dimple Dell Road (10600 S), Sandy, Utah. A viewing will be held prior to services from 12:30 to 1:30pm.

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  • Dana, We are so sorry to hear about your dad! It is hard to lose a parent, no matter what the circumstances. We love your family and wish you the best at this time.

    — Carol Hendricks
  • Dear Dana, Will and family, our prayers and sympathy go out to you, your mother and all of your family at this time. The loss of a parent is always hard but the memories are truly blessings to last a lifetime. All our love goes out to you. Richard, Carole and family

    — Carole Burrahm
  • Dear Dana, will and family, all our love and sympathy goes out to you, your mother and all of your family at this time. Losing a parent is always hard but the memories left behind will last a lifetime and help to heal the empty spaces.
    You have all our love and prayers,
    Richard, Carole and family

    — Carole Burrahm