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James G. "Gary" Chamberlain

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November 01, 2017
Dear Gary, I will think of you always and remember the wonderful years growing up together in Kansas. You were always my dearest Big Brother. I shall miss you very much. Your Sister Kathleen and your Niece Antares Olson.
October 30, 2017
I will miss my uncle's kind, loving and supporting presence. Being the first-born, I always felt I was the "special" one . . . I now know, that was one of his gifts . . . Everyone had his full attention. Everyone was special in his eyes and heart.
October 29, 2017
James Gary Chamberlain (Jim/Gary, you choose) was my step-dad. He was a dedicated loving husband and a valued employee who put in a lifetime of hard work. He taught himself to do many things. He was a do-it-yourselfer who wasn't afraid of learning a new task. He absorbed books, especially history and how-to books.

As an avid investor, he took responsibility of his own finances and did a very good job at it. Although politically conservative, he had room for everyone in his heart. Jim was also adventurous, willing to drive cross country and take numerous trips with his wife Zilda (my dear mother) to far-off locations. Jim loved to drive and took great care of his cars and trucks, a passion we both shared.

Gary always kept in close touch with family, and treated his step-sons as if they were his own. He was generous with gifts of things, money and his own time. He would help you move or come visit you in the hospital or even another city. He did these things for me.

Jim and Zilda had dogs. They gave selflessly to their animals, never hesitating to devote the time and money to make sure they were well taken care of. In return, they adored them.

Well thought of by his friends, neighbors, co-workers and many others, you would be hard pressed to find someone with a bad word to say about Gary. In life, he was a very good man. In death, he remains an example for us all.

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