“Rest in peace, my Wolfhound brother from the Vietnam War. Your character and courage will always be an inspiration to those of us who remain.
“Gary, you are one of the greastest men I have ever had the pleasure to know. I know you are with Jesus
“It is hard to believe that it has been one month since Gary left us. We his friend from the chat room call miss him. there are really no words that can express how we feel about Gary. He was our brother.. we loved him and we miss him. He touched our lives and he made us better people for having known him. We will always be thankful for having known him. We know he waits now on the other side of the wall. Rest well our friend. We love you. All your friends from "Gary's Room".
“R.I.P. Gary. Thank you for serving our country.
“Our prayers and sympathy go to the family. Gary was a great guy, friend, cousin. We wished we had stayed more in touch.
“God bless you, Gary, and hold you close. May your family and friends be comforted in the knowledge and memories of your life here on earth. We will always miss you and your courageous and joyous personality.
“Dallas, Dan and Fred...Our thoughts, love and prayers are with all of you today and in the days ahead. Gary left a legacy that will live on forever by all who knew and loved him. He touched our heart in ways that no one could...he lifted our spirits...comforted us in our times of sorrow...enlightened us with his sense of humor...and fought for the good of his country and fellowman. I will miss him every day and will cherish the memories we shared. For all the Gary's Facebook ...
“Rest in peace Gary !
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Assell, Gary Richard Age 64, of Montgomery, Il. passed away after a battle with cancer at Edward Hines Jr. Veteran Hospital on August 3, 2013 at 9:00 pm. Gary was born on January 4, 1949 in Aurora, Il. the youngest son of Robert and Gladys (Modaff) Assell. He attended Sacred Heart Church and...Read More