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I remember the stories of you racing with Joey and Michelle, bodysurfing, etc.no matter what age you were - you were simply the "best"! xoxo Lynn Dear Aunt Rosalie and cousins, So very sorry for your loss of Uncle Dick. People would always come up to me and say things like, "your father is a great guy", "Uncle Tony is a great guy", "Papa is great".Jeanette I am so grateful for all the memories I have with you; playing golf, dinners, weddings, unfortunately funerals too.You have always been an icon of strength and resilience throughout your life and I have always admired your optimism and your "Peter Pan" outlook of growing older.Despite a tough childhood, he excelled at All Hallows', one of the top high schools in the City, where he was even elected Class President.After high school, it was off to the Army, where he rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant.We were foolish to worry about him, because even though his world was shattered, he possessed an inner strength unmatched by anyone I've ever met. The bonds he had with Chris and Elena, Michele and Gerrit, me and Josephine and his brother Lou, became even stronger.But nothing brought him greater joy in the later years of his life, than spending time with his grandsons Connor, Liam, Aidan and Dylan.
While Dad provided security and care for the family, Mom was the ever-present love and glue that held everything together. In 1997, the unthinkable happened: Mom was diagnosed with in-curable cancer.I guess his attention to details and always being prepared, served him well in this field. She was beautiful, caring, funny, but most importantly, she provided a love that my father never felt before.Despite success in business, there was a void in his life. Once he won over my protective uncles Victor, Danny, and Tommy, it was clear they would marry and be together forever. Every time I picture Gary in my head, he always has a bright smile from ear to ear, which is how I’m sure he’d like to be remembered. I have a wonderful collection of memories and sweet times with him that I will always cherish. Wishing all of his family and friends strength for today and hope for tomorrow. We Love You Keith & Annie, Chris & Aileen and Jackie & Mike Lighting a candle for Gary thinking of our neighborhood in Levittown back in the day.... Your family and friends have memories that no one can take away.... Each morning when I went to punch my time card, Gary and I would share a laugh or two, usually in the form of a joke or funny story. I will cherish the memories we have shared throughout the years. He will always hold a special place in my heart as I watched grow from an infant to a successful man.