• Little & Sons Funeral Home
    Indianapolis, IN
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Gary L. Starks 1944 - 2014

Gary L. Starks

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Sunday, May 11, 2014
My deepest condolences to Curtis and family smocks.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Mr. Starks was one of my favorite teachers at NPHS. He could relate to the students but also acted as a mentor and a very caring person. I hated to hear about his passing. A wonderful person.

Jeff Ramsey Class of 84
Thursday, April 10, 2014
My memories of Gary are quite colorfull. I remember at a sock hop one Friday he caught me with a girl from another school in a car in the parking lot. To say the least I wasn't to happy about it but I was probably 15 or 16 years old so he did me a favor. I remember him standing on one end of the football sled and having to push it in a compete circle (called a 360) He was not a small man and I had the weakest guy on my team helping me so he thought it was funny and really worked us hard. I took power mechanics and drafting from him and he taught us that it was a good path to being a success working with your hands instead of pushing papers behind a desk. I valued my time with him and can only say that it brings a smile to my face to think of ( Mr. Starks) Class of 1979
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Great memories teaching with Gary! I always checked my schedule in August to see if I would have lunch with Gary. If I didn't have lunch with him, I tried to get it changed... Hanging out with Gary just made your day better. So many stories, jokes and laughs. Gary was a friend and a mentor. His legacy lives on in all those he touched as a Husband, Father, Grandfather, Teacher and Coach. That's what a great life is all about.
Friday, March 28, 2014
The loss of your beloved husband is a loss to literally thousands of students Gary had over the many years he taught at New Pal. I remember at one of our class reunions he told me he had kept some small item I had made in one of his classes. He even told me what it was. It made me realize how much his students meant to him.
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