Gary Frances George Wall
February 21, 1952 – July 22, 2004
In Loving Memory of Gary who
died suddenly July 22, 2004.
A heart of gold stopped beating
Hard working hands at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.
The blow was great, the shock severe
We little thought his death so near.
Only those who have lost can tell
The sorrow of parting without farewell.
In our hears he will always stay
Loved and remembered day by day.
Life must go on, we know it’s true
But it’s not the same, since we lost you.
You left so quietly, without goodbye
But memories of you will never die.
Gone is the face we loved so dear
Silent the voice we loved to hear.
‘Tis sad, but true we wonder why
The best are always the first to die.
Gary was an avid outdoorsman who loved camping, hunting and fishing. He was always out to get the “big one” whether is was fish, deer or moose and spent many years passing on his love of the outdoors to his children, Trevor, Treesa and Aaron. The kids had their first fishing rods as soon as they could walk and thought it was a real adventure when they were up with the alarm in the middle of the night during hunting season.
Gary was a hard working man and was a Heavy Duty Mechanic since June 1976. He loved to build things from scratch and his hobby of tinkering extended to the trucks he fully rebuilt for both his sons.
Gary’s sense of humour will never be forgotten. He spent every day telling jokes, being silly and making everyone laugh.
He was into watching WWF and the “puppies” and spent once a month with Treesa watching Pay Per View, WWF, RAW.
Gary, you will be so sadly missed, but always loved and never forgotten by your family.
Wife Janie, Sons; Tevor, Aaron, Daughter; Treesa, Daughter-in-Law; Sherri
No funeral service at Gary’s request