Gary-Babino-Obituary

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Gary Dean Babino

Mar 8, 1941 - Nov 26, 2020 (Age 79)

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I’m so sorry to hear of Gary’s passing. My sister Linda who lived next door to them , and I in Kingwood adored Gary and Pat. He was a man of honor, a hard-working loving man. He loved his family. And he was so funny he would make my sister and I laugh so hard until we cried. He will be so missed. Pat we love you. Cindy Jones and Linda Granger

Miss and love you dad! Noogie

Mr Babino, you will be missed by your church family. You were always dedicated to Jesus Mary and Joseph , praying always. May you Rest In Peace now.

Gary was one kind soul, whom wouldn't hesitate to pray with/for anyone he knew. Gary was man after God's own heart. I met him at World Gym. He was joy to be around. He will be missed by many. God bless his family. Gary Bell

The Granger family sends our deepest condolences to Mrs. Pat and the entire family. We send you comfort & strength prayers. One day we'll all be done with the troubles of this world. Until then God gave us each other to lean on. I love you all, I will always remember your dad and just cherish the memories.
Bobbie, Tookie, Tempie, Tammy & Tracy

Praying for you all.

MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE BABINO FAMILIES ✝

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

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Gary Dean Babino 79, of Beaumont, TX; transitioned from this life on Nov. 26, 2020.

Mr. Babino will Lie in State for a Public Viewing from 1PM until 5PM, Wednesday Dec 2, 2020 at Proctor's Mortuary 3522 Washington Blvd. Beaumont, TX.

A Private Funeral Mass for family only will be held at a later date.

Gary Dean Babino was born on March 8, 1941.  He was the youngest of 5 born to the union of Joseph and Rosalee (Cormier) Babino.  He attended and graduated from Hebert High School, Beaumont, Texas.  He was a hard-working family man who served and was honorably discharged from the United States Navy.  He also worked for Goodyear and later retired after 30 years of dedicated service.  He met and married the love of his life, Hester “Pat” (Sonnier) Babino and to this union, 5 children were born.  He was well-known for his smile and magnetic personality.  He used his gifts in service to his church, Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church.  He enjoyed providing community outreach in visiting the sick, helping others and volunteering in his community. He embraced his faith and worked diligently to show love and compassion to anyone he met.

He was preceded in death by his parents, siblings: Carroll Babino, Joseph “Sonny” Babino, Weldon Babino, Wilma Babino -Taft.

He leaves to mourn his passing: The love of his life -Hester “Pat” Babino. His children: Kimberly Babino-Baer, Karen Babino-Woodard (Adolph), Kristal Babino, Gary Babino Jr., Gerald Babino (Pamela), Two of his closest cousins:  Floyd Jean (Bigg) and Ronald Fontno, Special brother in law: Martin Sonnier. Along with a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other family, and friends.

Proctor's Mortuary - Beaumont, is in charge of final arrangements, 3522 Washington Blvd. Beaumont, TX. 77705 (409) 840-2022. The guest book can be signed; words of comfort and condolences for the family can be left at www.proctorsmortuary.com

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