So sorry that we were unable to make visitation. Just got Mel home from hospital but please remember our thoughts are with you and your family
Sandy and Mel Foster
My deepest sympathy to you Anita and your family. Unfortunately I have never met you, but years back we were neighbors of Gary and the entire Flowers family. We lived on Vulcan Street in East Broadway. It was so nice reading about what a wonderful husband, father and brother Gary turned out to be. Again my deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Sandy (Rawdon) Schurman
Thoughts and prayers are with Anita and family at this time as they morn the loss of a truly AMAZING man. Heaven gained a precious Smiling Angel - Nevertheless you will TRULEY and DEEPLY be missed by all the people you touched. We Love You!
~Mike and Chalie (Holland) Weaver
We will always remember your smile and twinkling eyes. Your laugh was infectious and warm; and we will miss you greatly! RIP Gary and tell the family in heaven we said Hi!
Therman and Rose Boucher
We were good friends & co workers at Shaw Box Crane back in the 70's before we moved to Florida. You will truly be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers for Anita and all of their family..RIP.GARY..
We will miss you up at the cottage and at home.
Scott and Angela Cunningham
RIP Gary, we will always remember the good times we had camping. Our thoughts are with Anita and family.
You will be missed Uncle Gary we will always have great memories of you. You no longer have to suffer nor be in and out of the hospital's anymore. My prayers go out to Anita, Gary Lee, Chucky, Kari and Teri and the rest of the family. R.I.P Uncle Gary
To The Family Of Gary
May the Lord be ever so close to each one of you during this sad and painful time.
I Knew Gary From Grade School, & The Eagles !!!!!! My Condolences To His Wife & Family !!!!!
connie, so sorry to hear of the passing of your brother.
Nita and Family
Please accept our condolences on behalf of myself and family.
I will always remember the times that I would spend at your home on Spring Lake after school when I was in High School. Gary would always ask if I was going to do anything after I graduated. I would always say that I may go in the military and get my picture on the wall like his - he would just laugh - but I was half serious at that time. His picture and Purple Heart were on the wall at my Grandparents house from the time I was a little kid.
He encouraged me through those conversations to want more out of life. I looked forward to those conversations after school.
I did go into the military due in part to those talks and have stayed out of trouble - he was right - the military will make a better man of me.
He also turned me on to some really good food - his beef tips and noodles were a great treat for me after school as we always watched The People's Court and ate dinner.
Unfortunately, we haven't seen each other since my Grandfathers funeral and we had a chance to talk at the wake. We got the opportunity to talk about the military, our family, his Corvette and my Camaro. It was as if any of the issues that life throws in our path were gone. I also took the opportunity to tell him that he was the reason that I followed his advice and entered the military and I thanked him for that.
I will always have those fond memories of my uncle and the 1:1 time we got to spend together.
May he Rest in Peace.....
We were so sad to hear about Gary's passing, and will always remember the great times we shared with you both. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace Gary.
Ray and Teresa
So very sorry to hear about Gary. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. We will be thinking of you Nita. So so sorry.
Doug and Karen Hibbs
Always smiling, I am happy you are with the family in heaven now. Sure are missing you here on earth, brother.