Gary Lee Brailey

Grand Rapids, Michigan

1960 - 2019


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Brailey, Gary Lee 12/3/1960 - 8/9/2019 Grand Rapids age 58, passed away unexpectedly Friday, August 9, 2019. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard Brailey; and father-in-law, Robert Murphy. Gary is survived by his wife and best friend of 24 yrs, Lucy; a loving father to George Kruer,...

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Very sorry to have heard about the passing of Gary. We spent some time hanging out in our post high school years. He was a good man with a good heart.

Dear Lucy,
I am sorry for your loss! If you need someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on please let me know! My prayers and thoughts are with you! Your friend, Mary Husar from Lincoln School

Lucy I am so sorry for your loss. Lots of Hugs to you and your family.

I am shocked and saddened to hear of Gary's death. Gary and I went all through school (K-12) together. Even though in our middle and high school years we weren't close we were still always friends and had a mutual respect for one another. My sympathies to you Lucy, your children and grandchildren and Gary's parents. You have been in my thoughts and prayers this week. Sorry I couldn't make the visitation/funeral. Gary was a very kind person and I know he will be deeply missed by many.

Lucy, Sharon, Chris, Rick, Julie and family,
So very sorry to hear this tragic news. Growing up and hanging out at the Brailey house was always a blast. Gary was always singing and so happy. He was like another big brother. Great memories were made!
Again, so sorry. Gary will truly be missed.
Kim (Henderson) Przybylski

I'm at a loss of words, to the family and everyone that knew him. He was always a great man, friend , always willing to give you a hand. And he and Lucy would always be at Meijer shopping and Gary, taking the time to say hello. For some reason we always shopped at the same time.
But to Lucy and the family and all your friends. To let you know, God's peace is present knowing , its hard on us we the living, but to Gary, he is truly at peace. I cant explain that feeling any other way.

Thank you for hearing me and most of all for caring for me.Rock on Rock on Brother"