Gary K Scheil
(1961 - 2004)

Gary K Scheil

New York, United States of America
May 28, 1961

New York, United States of America
May 19, 2004

Hockey, Boston Bruins Fan, Baseball, Giants Fan, Woodworking.
This site is dedicated to Gary Scheil.

Gary Scheil grew up in hard times in Rochester, NY. During High School at a local party, he met who would soon become the love of his life, Theresa Buzanowicz. Before long, they were engaged and then married. Gary and Theresa Scheil gave birth to Ian Scheil in 1992.
As life moved on and happy memories were made, Gary was diagnosed with Kidney failure. His sister Cindy donated one of her kidney to him, but sadly it failed. Gary was forced to take leave from his work at Nationwide Precision and as an usher for Red Wings, Amerks, Rhinos, and Night Hawks games. His brother John continues to today to work as an usher in Rochester.
Before long after years of pain and struggeling, Gary went to be with the Lord on May 19, 2004. He was 43 years old.

Gary was a Boston Bruins Fan, a hockey player, craftsman (woodworking), and the all together DIY guy.

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Ian Henry Scheil
March 15th, 2009
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