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I am Peggy Husky's sister. Gary's death has hit hard for her and others at Hirsch. I wanted to send my thoughts and prayers to you at this difficult time. Know that you are loved and supported by many friends.
--Geri Williams

Posted by: Geri Williams - San Antonio, TX   May 28, 2003

You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by: Leticia, Jennifer and Stephanie Medcalf - San Antonio, TX   May 28, 2003

Shirley and Eric -
My thought and prayers are with you today. I worked with at American General in Houston. He spoke of you often and sweetly. You were the treasures in his world. He was a wonderful friend and co-worker. His heart was filled with love and kindness. I too will miss him, but I take refuge knowing he is in the arms of our Lord. May God's blessing be with you. - Rick

Posted by: Rick Davila - Houston, TX   May 28, 2003

Words cannot express my sorrow and sadness at the loss of Gary. Our prayers & condolences go out to all his family and friends. May his spirit ride free in Heaven.

Posted by: Jim Criswell - Pleasanton, TX   May 28, 2003

I was great friends with Gary while at Grandville High school and on the swim team. He will be sadly missed. May the Lord watch over him now and may he have eternal peace.

Posted by: Bob Sanford - Wyoming, MI   May 28, 2003

Gary, Ride with the wind!

May GOD watch over your family!!

Southern Cruisers Riding Club
Hill Country Chapter

Posted by: Gunslgr - Austin, TX   May 28, 2003

Gary was a family man, a fun loving person and a great person to work with. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by: Julie Chase - San Antonio, TX   May 28, 2003

Shirley ...Gary was a real hard worker, and he knew how to enjoy life. He always gave 150% in everything. He will be missed, but he will always be remembered by those who knew him well.

Posted by: Julie Chase - San Antonio, TX   May 28, 2003

Dear Shirley and Erik,
I had the great pleasure to work with Gary on projects that the hospital undertook and really enjoyed working with him. You should know that he was well liked and respected, a man who was fair in his dealings with both his co-workers and those of us who were peddling our wares.

I received a book of poetry today from my husband's aunt in England. It was written by a lady who had recently lost her husband. I

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Posted by: Joey Barnes, GE Medical Systems Information Technologies - Houston, TX   May 27, 2003


I'm going to miss your smile when something tickled you and your ability to remain calm and gracious when the rest of us were not able to remain that way. You were always so thorough and professional in everything you did.

I know your family was proud of you as a husband, father, and a man. It was obvious you were proud of them both by the way your face looked when you spoke of them.

God bless you, Shirley, Erik, and the rest of your family.


Posted by: Dan Kilgore - San Antonio, TX   May 27, 2003