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July 25, 2015
I remember Gary from Lafayette High School in Brooklyn, We were teammates on the basketball team
He was the nicest person you could ever know. I am sorry we did not keep in touch over the years
I was saddened when I learned of his passing and still am
Not a day passes when I don't think of him and his wonderful personality
May he rest in peace
My best wishes to his family
Neil Howard Liebowitz (Neil Howard since 1968)
November 24, 2013
To Gary David Goldberg,
You did a wonderful job creating the sitcoms Family ties, and Spin City. My prayers go to you, your family, and friends. Lisa Weiner
November 24, 2013
To Gary David Goldberg,
You did a wonderful job creating the sitcoms Family ties and Spin City. My prayers go your family and friends. Lisa Weiner
October 12, 2013
Those of us who knew you, remember you with great fondness. You will always be the sweet young man I knew so long ago and was delighted to see again. You've left us a legacy that will live on while you find your peace.
October 12, 2013
Gary, may your soul rest in peace. What a down to earth guy you were. Always with a big hug and a broad smile!
You were a gift! I will miss you!
September 23, 2013
Diane,Shana,&Cailin,
I just wanted to send my condolences to you for one of the most wonderful,heartwarming,devoted,caring, &loving people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing, Gary. I feel honored that he had graced my life for so many years of cutting his hair. I did not know until last evening, watching the Emmys, of his passing. Being his hairdresser I can tell you the love he shared with you was like no other. he was always so proud of his family and felt so blessed to have each and everyone of you,,,I am so very sorry for your loss. Gary was one of the kindest most generous, in every way, people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Please except my heartfelt sympathy...Love, Sandy Lieberman
September 23, 2013
God bless you, Gary David Goldberg! I absolutely loved the characters you created in the beloved TV show entitled 'Brooklyn Bridge'....I would LOVE to have a copy of the complete series...why? It reminds me of my years growing up with my own beloved grandmother & grandfather! What a loss for your beloved fans...and especially for your much loved real family! God created you to bring us all such love and joy in your works! Hugs and much love from Nana Halkovich
September 22, 2013
I had the the pleasure of Driving Gary and the family for 3 years I was in the Limo bus. and I drove alot of people in the industry but I never met anyone as nice As Gary and Diana they don't get any nicer then them.He will truly be missed.
September 16, 2013
Dear Diana,
My sincere condolences
to you.
I will always cherish the
memory of hosting the 2 of
you in 2011 at my hotel
In Marblehead, Mass.
And my very special
signed book you so graciously
presented to me.
With Sadness,
Susan N. George.
July 25, 2013
Dear Dr. Diana Meehan,
I had just finished Gary's book and wanted to sent him a note to thank him for writing it when I found out that he had recently passed away. Please accept my condolences. I had gotten the book to learn about sit-com writing but I learned so much more. His honesty and decency said to me that a good person can succeed in Hollywood. Aside from him being from Brooklyn, me from Queens, him Jewish, me Irish, I realized that we shared two things in common: We both loved comedy and we both married amazing, wonderful women. If you should ever pass through Denver, I'd be honored to treat you to a bagel. I have a very generous bagel allowance. Stay well.

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