William-Meador-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Eckersell Funeral Home - Rigby

William Gary Meador

Aug 24, 1949 - May 7, 2019

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Gary was the best! Funny all the time, serious when needed. He was fun to be around. I loved bowling with him. Debbie and I think of him often. He's 1 of the good guys the world needs more of. RIP my friend.

You were one of the very best! No matter what you were going through, you always had a smile on your face. I always loved listening to you talk about your family. Your face would light up whenever you spoke of Chris or the girls. How proud you were of all of them! Oh how I've missed all those long conversations in the Depot smoke tent. Joking with each other discussing life. Teasing you about the tools you had mounted on the hood of your jeep. The nickname you gave me and the story behind...

Gary enjoying friends at Office Depots' Smokers Corner

Gary surrounded by his many friends at his retirement party

Gary with Debbie at his Office Depot Retirement Party

Two minutes after meeting Gary I felt I was with a life-long friend, he was that kind of guy. Smoke breaks at Depot, the Meador Cup, Abbey Road, a special visit to the Ozarks, enduring those darned Redskins, and his world famous jump shot, great memories with a great squib, he was my Florida big brotha. Watching Garys love and devotion to Chris was inspiring, as was her love and devotion for him. Gary was a special man who will always hold a special place in my heart, I love ya, man.

Thank you for being such an important part of my childhood...you gave me one of my greatest friends. I will always remember growing up in DAvie so fondly because of you and Mrs. Meador. You will be missed, but your memory will forever live on in your family. May you rest in eternal peace

Thank you for being my rock, always supporting me, always guiding me, always making me laugh, always loving me and for always just being yourself. I love you daddy.

I knew we would become friends the first time we met. That smile, southern drawl and laid back disposition made you easy to talk to. Even though we had lost touch for some years, we re-connected thanks to that new fangled thing called a computer. Whether our conversations were on the telephone or the computer, I enjoyed them all and smiled through many. When I visited you and Chris in Florida, I must say the one thing I liked better than upsetting your lovely wife was the ten minute tour of...

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William Gary Meador, “Gary” was born in West Virginia on August 24 1949 to William and Madeline. In the early ‘60s the family relocated to the Washington D.C./Maryland area where he became a die-hard Washington Redskins fan.

A proud Navy Veteran, he enlisted upon graduating from...

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