Gary passed away at Michael Garron Hospital after his battle with cancer. Left to mourn are his wife Paula and brother Keith along with his sister-in-law Nancy and nephews Chris and Robbie.
Gary was born and raised in Toronto and made a career from driving. He drove trucks for various companies such as Bankers Dispatch and the Post Office. Gary loved old cars and was fascinated by their design and power. He also loved animals and disliked anyone who abused them. In his later years, he formed a social club that gave out information on wolves and collected food for animal shelters. Gary enjoyed history and was proud of his uncles who fought for Canada in WW2. Gary will be greatly missed by his wife Paula and his brother Keith who talked to him almost every week by long distance. Your pain is over. Rest in peace brother. You may be gone but you will live on in our memories. In lieu of flowers please feel free to make a donation to a local animal shelter.
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A very sad loss for me personally as Gary and I have been friends for over 40 years. We shared a common past as 5 ton truck drivers wit...
A very sad loss for me personally as Gary and I have been friends for over 40 years. We shared a common past as 5 ton truck drivers with Canada Post as well as a mutual interest in politics and ww2. We also attended some military shows and both avid collectors of ww2 military medals and publications on history. I was shocked to here of his passing and will miss both our phone conversations and meetings at Eglinton Square food court to discuss world events and our medal collections over coffee. We also attended the classic car show at the mall on Wednesdays in the summer. Gary, as a good friend, will be greatly missed. Sincerely, Doug.