Gary Petitclerc (1938 - 2018)

Obituary
  • "Dad I can only imagine how long the years will be without..."
    - Debra Petitclerc
  • "Only met him a few times. My thoughts and prayers to his..."
    - Tedie Petitclerc
  • "We will miss the sound of your voice. Love you, little..."
  • "My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief...."
    - dennis johnson
  • "FYI: Gary and I were friends from grade school through..."
    - David Bolin

Sept. 5, 1938 - Dec. 24, 2018 Gary Petitclerc passed away unexpectedly December 24, 2018 at his home in Enumclaw, WA. Gary was born September 5, 1938 in Sultan, WA to Edith (McCarty) and Eugene Petitclerc. Gary was an avid fisherman, his most favorite thing to do. Beyond that it was riding his Harley, enjoying or working on or cussing at his old cars, mowing grass on his tractor, chatting with neighbors or friends and family on the phone, and being a devoted Seahawks fan. Gary spent most of his life, after three years in the Navy, in Everett, WA, followed by 10 years living and working in Yakima, WA, before settling in the home he loved dearly in Enumclaw. Gary is survived by his wife, Susan; sons, William Petitclerc of Camano Island, WA; Duane Petitclerc of Yakima; and Shawn (Nancye) Matheson of Phoenix, AZ; daughters, Debra (Randall) Nozawa of Tacoma, WA; Merri (Spike) Pool of Lynnwood, WA; and Holly Kautzman of Buckley, WA; brother, Ralph Petitclerc of Everett; and sisters, Cheryl (William) Olson of Everett; and Joanne Neiffer of Marysville, WA; grandchildren, Brianne, Alena, Olivia, Emily, Izzy, Mason, Lisa, Zachary, Lacey, Caitlyn, Konnor, Ella, Ben, Lily, Daley, and Henry; and eight great grandchildren. Gary was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Tom; and sisters, Edith and Arlene. Services will be announced at a later date. For more information and to share memories please visit weeksfuneralhomes.com.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Jan. 3, 2019