Gary S. Gwynn

In Memorial

Gary Gwynn, age 63, died on 23 July 2020, after a short illness. Born on March 15, 1957 in Beckley, West Virginia, he was baptized at an early age and had been a member of Second Baptist Church in Beckley, West Virginia. He was a long haul truck driver companies over many years.
He was preceded in death by his parents Mr. Herman L. Gwynn and Mrs. Marie S. Gwynn.
He is survived by a brother, Herman L. Gwynn, Jr. of Stafford, Virginia, as well as a sister, Cheryl M. Gwynn, two nieces, Latoya A. Gwynn and Miya M. Dawkins, all residing in Columbus, Ohio; and a host of other relatives and friends residing in Beckley, West Virginia and Columbus, Ohio.
Writing from the family: “We say goodbye for now. We will remember this day with great sadness and heartache. We will treasure the happy memories of you as we accept the heartache of your loss. Your love and devotion shall remain with us forever.”

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. The Family wishes to thank the Marlan J. Gary Chapel of Peace for their kindness and understanding during this difficult time and for all their help and support.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Karen Canterberry

    It saddens my heart that this has Happened. Prayers go out to all of Gary’s Family. I will miss our talks we had every few weeks and even on the phone. Gary had a big heart and will be truly missed. RIP Gary my friend always.

  2. Beneta Branham

    To the Gwynn family I am sorry for your loss. I had just seen him 12 days before his passing always in good spirits wanting ice cream and Popeyes. Saying his favorite words “Where Dawkins” He will be missed by family and friends but he no longer has to be in pain. REST IN PEACE GARY. HEAVEN HAS TRULY GAINED AN ANGEL. BUT HE WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS

  3. Cheryl I’m so very sorry for your loss. Gary will be missed. In all the ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy path. I Love you Cheryl and I’m only a phone call away!!

  4. We are saddened to learn about your family loss.

    May the God of all comfort help to ease the pain of your grief. Thinking of you all.

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