- 58 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 1, 1954
- Place of birth:
Orange County, Texas, United States
- Date of passing: Jul 8, 2012
- Place of passing:
Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
|Let the memory of Gary be with us forever. Gary's ashes were buried at Ft. Sill National Cemetary in Elgin , OKlahoma. He is survived by his brother Golden Hoffpauir who lives in Oklahoma.|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Gary Hoffpauir, 58, born on January 1, 1954 and passed away on July 8, 2012. We will remember him forever.
"Miss you cuz...always think of you on new years"
"Miss you Brother"
"Just so you know you are thought of and missed by so many. You have two great grandbabies now. Jessica had a little girl and named her Raina. She's a pretty little one. Nova has grown so fast and is so handsome. Everyone misses you and that grin. Hope everything is wonderful up there in heaven. I'll see ya one day.Love ya, Kat"
"Happy birthday Gary"
"It is the holiday season and, I miss your fried turkey and karaoke. YOU WI 'LL FOREVER BE IN MY HEART++++!"
"Just wanted to stop here n visit. I know you are with God, but my heart , but my heart still aches more at times than others. Miss you so much. I will see you some day.
"You were a true friend. Always there to lend a helping hand. No matter what, you never gave up on me and you are and will be missed. Thx for the good times, all the laughs, great cooking, and adventures!! Love you friend."
"Hoff - thought of you throughout the years and often wondered what became of you. When I saw that your were looking for me on the Mount Whitney site I was excited to hear from you. Sadly, by the time I saw your last entry, you had left this world nearly a year prior. Man! I lived 38 miles from you for a year! Wish I had known you were in Wichita Falls. Glad to have served with you. RIP"
November 10, 2010
Most things can be preserved in alcohol; dignity, however, is not one of them"
"Sometimes our eyes can blind us and logic can be misleading. We have truly lived when we open our hearts to things beyond what we can ever see or understand."
"One of Gary's favorite sayings:
Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car.
Don't take that wrong.Gary loved God and believed in going to meetings.The building is on the inside."
"Papa Gary.... I wished I got to tell you good bye. I sure do miss the Donald duck voice you would always do to make me laugh and giggle from a baby till I was much older. I miss the truck rides, I just miss you....
I know your in a better place watching over us all. I wished my son would of got to meet such a great papa like you. That would make you great papa Gary. <3 I love you"
"Your marine friend you tried so hard to find, found me through your website today. Wish you two could have had time together before going home. He was so close.I miss you so much.I do appreciate all_ you were for me in life. Thank you.
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