Condolence: Grant & Family:
My sincere condolences to you at this sad time. I knew Gary only during the period when we both were living in the Jones House men's residence at UNB, about 55 years ago. I remember him as truly being one of the "Gentlemen of Jones". May precious memories bring you comfort.
Condolence: I have the fondest memories of Gary from residence together at UNB, all-night cribbage games, hitchhiking back to Ottawa, and much lighthearted laughter at no one's expense. He was a lovely guy who went on to a full life. God speed.
Condolence: Our love and prayers are with you Grant, your dear mother and family. Gary spoke to me often about his appreciation for you and admiration of you Grant and how much he enjoyed the trips you took together over the past few years. I last visited him Wed evening. The nurse told me he could hear and understand what I was saying to him. I had a special time of blessing with him, reminiscing of our times together on the golf course and at our home and at his home etc. I told him that his life was a life well lived as he had made such a positive impact in so many lives. Upon my departure, I prayed over him and called him "Good Buddy".
Condolence: I'm so sorry to hear about Gary's passing Grant I remember the good times we had at glen tay public school now a apartment , we used to toboggan down the hill at the back , lots of good memories , my deepest condolences to you Grant and your Mom.
I was deeply sorry to learn of Gaery's passing. He was somewhat of a role model for me when I was in school a couple of years behind him. I know he will be sorely missed by you and the rest of his family.