Not long after Gary first beat cancer, I went to dinner with him. No Teri. No kids. I had a reason. See, Gary had been the father I hadn't had since I had lost mine. I wanted him to know that and I was clear about it. I wasn't his son-in-law, or friend, or acquaintance. I really felt like his son. I am so proud to say that. Love you and miss you Gary.
Gary, Almost two years now, and it still seems so unreal. We're trying to do our best with the old place, but it will never be the same. You would've loved Christmas in spite of yourself. Jamie, Lori, the boys & I trudged around the woods to find a Christmas tree like Grandma always did. Miss you so much. Judy
Mr.Hearne, I knew you in the late 80s because I was Teri's best friend. I went to both of her parents' houses, and i saw clearly how much your girls loved and needed you. It's been a long time since I could be there for Teri, but I'm here now to let everyone know how much they needed and valued their daddy. I was jealous, not having such a wonderful father. Rest in Peace.
I miss you being here so much.....still.
I miss you a lot Gary. I will always appreciate OUR times, the ones where we would sit and talk about politicians, nutrition, conspiracies, family, and UFOs. I know I still have you in my heart.