Dear Gary, I did not know you well, but I always remember how much Greg and Gayle loved you and that was enough for me to love you too. Your spirit will always live on through your adoring family.
I knew Dancing Harry, Rainbow Vibes, from the old days in Westport back in the 70s and he never cared whether you got his name, Gary, right or wrong because happiness was more important. We took a dance class together and the sight of those log arms and legs flying happily to the beat will always be there. His passing is very surprising. I ran into him about a year ago and he was, his usual upbeat self. I feel like I have lost a piece of my youth. In his honor, I refuse to be sad. It was not his way.
I never knew that his name was Gary. My brother and I, and everyone else that knew him from the "Recovery Room" days, knew him only as "Harry". What a "beautiful person and spirit". "Harry", you will truly be missed. Your buddy, Michael "Shaft" Ross
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
Gary, you were such a vibrant person its hard to believe you are gone. It was always great to see you & I always enjoyed the great conversations we had. The neighborhood will not be the same. Rest in peace my friend.
I remember you as a very nice, sunny-natured child Gary, and I'm sorry I never had the opportunity to know you as an adult. I hope you are still playing the music you loved so much!
Jan Whitehouse Weems, cousin
Gary had many gifts. And the biggest one was his ability to MAKE PEOPLE SMILE. He will be missed but never forgotten.
"The music stops, and yet it echoes on in sweet refrain; for every joy that passes something beautiful remains." You are loved and will be with us always.
Rest in peace, brother. Your beautiful music is ringing in our ears.
Gary Mark Richards you was a good Marimba prayer My Condolence.Sincerely,Nestor Luis Rivera P.OBox 937 Norwalk CT 06852