Gary Ivan Losh
1933 - 2020
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Losh, Gary Ivan
4/19/1933 - 7/31/2020

Gary Ivan Losh, 87, passed away July 31, 2020. Gary was Honorably Discharge from the United States Navy at the rank of MM2 in 1959. He is proceeded in death by his wife Sue Losh. Gary is survived by his daughter Jeannie Losh, his son Gary J Losh (Cindy), his son Chris Losh (Marci), 4 grandsons, 2 great granddaughters and 3 great grandsons. As well as many nieces and nephews. Gary made friends wherever he went and was well loved by all.
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Published in Denver Post from Aug. 8 to Aug. 10, 2020.
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August 10, 2020
“Dancing In the Sky”
Tell me, what does it look like in Heaven? Is it peaceful? Does the sun shine bright forever? Have your fears and your pain gone away?
Oh, I hope you’re dancing in the sky. And I hope you’re singing in the angels choir. I hope the angels know what they have. I bet it’s so nice up in Heaven since you arrived- words by Elizabeth and Danielle Hyde
Dear Gary, life’s s little more emptier here on Earth without you. You were the most special of special. Lots of Love, Kathy Tabor (fitness instructor and friend)
Kathleen Tabor
August 9, 2020
My best friend. Gift giver. Music lover. Two-step to Tango expert. Card player. Gambler. Tease. Dumb joke teller. Heartthrob of the AAC. Loved his “canasta chicks.” People pleaser. Perfectionist. Spoke often of his daughter & sons. First to volunteer. First with a tender ear. Advice giver (but only upon request). Poetry writer. Ukulele player. Never a complainer or rule breaker. Accepted life for what it was. Favorite song, Joe Brown’s version of “I’ll See You In My Dreams.”
My best friend.
August 8, 2020
Please accept my sincere condolences dear family and friends. May prayers strengthen you and memories comfort you. And may you find hope and comfort in God our Father, who loves us, comfort your hearts and "make you firm". (2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17).
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