“Louise, Trisha and family, it is with great sadness that I learned about the loss of your beloved Dad. I know it was two weeks ago, but I just found out tonight. My deepest sympathy. Love, Robin
“It is with sadness that I learned of Frank's passing way after the fact- due to a move that kept me from reading the BDN until way after the date of publication. I have so enjoyed getting to know Mr. & Mrs. McGarry since their residence at Winterberry where my own mother is also living. We chated often these past couple of years and I shall dearly miss his presence and wonderful kind nature that made itself ever apparent to all whose lives he touched. We enjoyed attending music events and...
Dear Mrs. McGarry, Trish, and family,
We were saddened to hear of the passing of Frank. We remember his love for the parish community at St. John's and will miss his friendly smile. God bless Mr. McGarry.
Our sincere condolences to the McGarry family
Sam Coco, Brewer
David Coco and family, Berlin, Germany
“I will remember Frank as a kind, soft spoken gentle man. And those suspenders and red sweater. I'm so glad I met him, even for such a short time. Ellen
“Sorry for the loss of your Dad,he will be greatly missed by all and I am gonna miss seeing him at Winterberry....
“From all of us at Bangor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and Board Members our sincerest condolences to Frank's family and friends for their loss. He will be sadly missed.
“We were very sorry to read of Mr. McGarry's passing. He was a well respected member of the greater Bangor community and of St. Paul the Apostle Parish. We extend our deepest condolences.
BANGOR - Francis "Frank" P. McGarry, 86, died April 20, 2013. He was born June 14, 1926, in Orange, N.J., the son of John J. and Mary R. (Smith) McGarry.Francis graduated from Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J. He worked for 14 years at a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson in...Read More