Gary was a very kind gentlemen. With over 2,000 locations, Dignity Memorial providers proudly serve over 375,000 families a year. Our prayers and deepest condolences go out to Jean and family. We send our condolences and blessings to his family. Gary fought bravely, but ultimately lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. He was always willing to help where needed.
Dave’s 40 years alongside Gary as a colleague I know are dear to him. Gary lived in Baxter, TN from birth, October 17, 1954 until he married Jean Henry on June 14, 1975. © 2020 SCI SHARED RESOURCES, LLC. ADD A MEMORY He was great at his job and an enjoyable person to work with. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Kansas City Hospice House. My condolences to Gary's family.There are so many memories i have of Gary. Prayers for Jean and family.Gary was a coworker and close friend for 35 years. Gary Gentry was just a 22-year-old in 1969, a rookie with a rocket right arm on a remarkable team. My prayers for your family. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Visitation will be 6-7:30 pm, a Memorial service will follow at 7:30 pm Friday, January 17 at McGilley & George Funeral Home, 611 Chestnut, Belton, MO. Gary lived in Baxter, TN from birth, October 17, 1954 until he married Jean Henry on June 14, 1975. So sorry to hear about Gary. ADD A MEMORY Gary was a really great guy and always entertaining to be around. McGilley & George Funeral Home and Cremation Services Especially the special times of playing softball with Gary and Jean.
He will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. Gary will be truly missed in this life. It was always a pleasure to work with him for over 25 years at Honeywell. Gary did a great job and always demonstrated a commitment to improving the products that he supported. Gary worked within a group that was under my management for years at Honeywell before retiring.
I always looked forward to interacting with Gary because of his expertise, wisdom and engaging personality. With his wife in Phoenix trying to rent their home, three-year-old son Chris nearly drowned in the family’s pool.
Our condolences go out to the family during this difficult time. https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/belton-mo/gary-gentry-8995487 I worked with Gary several years on projects at Honeywell in Program Management. My condolences go out to the family during this difficult time. Gary and Jean moved to Kansas City, where he had a 40 year career as an engineer for Bendix (now Honeywell). We were friends for many years during his working career. I was blessed with the opportunity to work with Gary for many years with both of us as individual contributors and later as his Manager in Purchased Products Engineering. He was a good colleague and friend. Preceded in death by parents, Hubert and Lelia Kiser Gentry; niece, Becky Hunt; special aunt, Ruth Raley; wife of 15 years, Barbara Gentry. I worked with Gary and played ball with him in our younger working days. I have many fond memories of working with Gary over our years there. Gary retired in 2016, spending his time relaxing with Jean, taking trips to Vegas, and enjoying his nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews. He was such a kind gentlemen.
Gary is survived by his beloved wife, Jean; brother in-laws and sister in-laws, Faye Gentry, San Carlos, CA; Saundra and Paul Degges, Brentwood,TN; Daryl and Rena Henry, Steve Henry and Pam Henry all of Cookeville, TN. They were all like his children and grandchildren. Janet Gentry thought the boy was following her, but when she turned around he … Nights of softball and weekends at your home, where to begin? We shared many funny stories over the years. Please know that I will keep you all in my prayers.I worked with Gary at Honeywell before retiring. He will be missed I am sure. Gary Edward Gentry (born October 6, 1946 in Phoenix, Arizona), is a former right-handed Major League Baseball pitcher. He was too young to understand the magnitude of what he and his young teammates were doing. Following a year in Cookeville, TN, Gary received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee Tech University. It was a pleasure working with him. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews in California and Tennessee.Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at Gary and I hired into Bendix the summer of 1976.
He did a great job and always demonstrated a commitment to improving the product line that he supported.