Gary George Wilson
(1948 - 2009)

Gary George Wilson

United States of America
December 12, 1948

November 18, 2009

Poetry, Irish songs, fishing
This site is dedicated in loving memory to my father Gary George Wilson. He is survived by his children Shannon Burke, Tammy Minnoe, Gary F. Wilson and Jason Wilson. He leaves behind four beautiful grandchildren Chloe Burke, Gerry Minnoe, Jack Minnoe and Casey G. Wilson who never had the opportunity to meet him.

He was born to Carl and Joan Wilson on December 12, 1948. He was the big brother to Cyndy Rebisz, Casey Wilson and Maureen Giocondo.

He was a loving father that provided childhood memories that will last us forever. He took us all on memorable vacations and always took every opportunity to educate us while having fun. He loved poetry and Irish music and shared them with us all.

My father Gary G. Wilson will forever be missed and always loved.

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It has been over 30 years since we were together last, but I still remember the fun.... Hope you are having some of that same fun in Heaven with your Mom an Dad, Grandma Laskey and my Mom and Dad too. Love You Always and Forever, Mary Pat
Mary Pat Langton O'Connor (cousin)
February 16th, 2010
Gary, was my supervisor at DFAS-Denver he was
probably my favorate supervisor he always made
going to work a fun place to be he used to tease
me a lot a call me "Edith Bunker" I, remember
one of the young sgts got caught with a call girl his picture appeared on the frunt page of
the news paper Gary, drew a circle around the
sgts head and put a post it note on the news paper which said does anyone know who this is
and then he hung it out in the hall way.

I remember once asking him how to hang christmas
tree lights on the tree when he gave me this store he explained to me that you start at the
top and go down and then he said where else
would you plug the cord in the angels ass.

Another story he told me was about an angel
who was always late with the prayer requests
and that god decided to give her to Santa Claus
but that she was again late with all the requests and that she was breaking all the toys
so Santa Claus told her to go out into the forest and to find the tallest tree she could and when she found the tallest tree to climb on top of it and sit on it.

Gary, was a good supervisor he cared about his people like Karen Mangini, said at one time I,
was demoted down to a GS-3 Gary, had an evaluation on my job done by civilian personnal
and he made the job into a GS-4 which is how I,
got my grade 4 back.

I'm kind of a slow eater I, remember we were at
a office christmas party and I, got there kind of late while every one else went to the ball room where they were dancing and socializing Gary, came and sat next to me in an empty chair
and visited with me while I, was still eating
now how many people would do that probably not
too many.
I, was hoping to maybe see him this summer but
now I'll have to wait until I, see him in the next world and I'm not rushing to go to the next world so I, may have to wait until the lord
takes me home to see him again and I'm hoping that it won't be for at least another 30 or 40
Diane Venditti (Friend)
December 2nd, 2009
The adventures and memories you have given us will live on... as you and your siblings have shared them with their kids, as they've shared them with us, and as we share them with our children. Thank you for making life so fun! Peace to you.
Chrissy (Rebisz) Bowles (Niece)
December 2nd, 2009
Gary was my boss at the DEPT OF DEFENSE in Colorado. He took care of his folks that worked for him and his smile and humor made coming to work worth while.
My condolences to the family at this sad time and my prayers are with you.
karen mangini (friend)
December 1st, 2009
I did not know Gary, but I have heard about him thru the American Legion Post 157 in Bandera, TX. I am the Auxiliary secretary and we are having a memorial service for Gary at the post on Sat, Dec 12th at 1pm. His final orders to the Post of Ever Lasting
Phyllis Tillotson
November 30th, 2009
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"Thinking of you....."
Tamzola Minnoe
November 18th, 2014
"Happy St. Patrick's Day, Daddy! I miss you and love you always."
Tammy Minnoe
March 17th, 2010
"May you rest in peace my dear friend. You will be missed."
karen mangini
December 3rd, 2009
"I, will miss Gary's good humor a very good supervisor and friend."
Diane Venditti
December 2nd, 2009
"Thank you for your friendship and the memories. You made life at the 174TFW enjoyable. Thanks for everything. Jack O'Hara"
Jack O'Hara
November 30th, 2009
"You are and will always be forever in my heart. We had 3 beautiful children together. You were and will always be my forever love."
Carol Ann aka Clancy Nuzzo
November 22nd, 2009
"May you find rest in the fields & fields of shamrocks that God has been preparing for you upon your arrival and a joyful chorus of irish angels welcoming you into His Kingdom."
Maureen Giocondo
November 21st, 2009
"i hope you're at peace now and enjoying pickled eggs, slim jims and penny candy for all eternity."
shannon burke
November 21st, 2009
"We had an incredible childhood...who will ever forget "The Poor old slave?"! I love you dear brother...Cyndy"
Cyndy Rebisz
November 21st, 2009
"Although it's been a long time since, I will miss you too my "Fishing Buddy". As signed to me by dad on his last letter. Love you dad."
Gary Wilson
November 21st, 2009

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