Gary Bryant McNamara
February 12, 1946 - October 5, 2023
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Gary B. McNamara, 77, of Port Charlotte Florida died peacefully at home on Thursday, October 5th, 2023. Gary was born in Miami, Florida, in 1946 to the late James and Irene Patterson. Gary attended Miami Jackson High School. He joined the Navy before his 18th birthday with permission from his mother. Gary travelled the world before returning…

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Mitchell and Sheri Pearson and Family left a message on October 20, 2023:
Gary and Patsy are back together. RIP cousin Gary, You will be missed until we see you again. Much Love, Wade and Sheri
Donna Brantley left a message on October 18, 2023:
To the McNamara family, my deepest condolences.
Allen McNamara left a message on October 18, 2023:
Dad, how do you put someone's entire life into words... well your obituary was right on. To me, you were a selfless father, you worked you tail off to provide for us kids. I feel I have your work ethic, I am grateful to be able to mirror it. Dad in my opinion, your best trait was how you just let things go so easily, you never held grudges... I'm still working g on that one... I remember watching the Simpsons with you, and your laugh... your laugh was hysterical. Truly one of a kind. I remember when mom would say she wanted to go to Walmart or.Kmart, and she could.spend hours and hours in there... especially if she went to towels and linens... And when she'd come out with 2 or 3 carts filled with stuff, I remember us loading it it all in the trunk as you mumbled about how much she just spent... then you'd get in the car, and talk to mom and everyone like nothing happened. I remember going fishing with you.. we didn't catch much, but great talks... One of my best memories was whe you let us watch Candyman when mom was away at one of her teacher conferences.... when we scared the crap out of Teresa after she said Candyman in the mirror 5 cracked up at it... and then mom came home... Thanks for taking one for the team😅 Dad, in my book- that was epic hero dad shit, and well worth mom's wrath to you🤣... no worries dad- I do the same, and watch scary movies with the boys, and Amy chews my ass out- they cycle.continues🤣. Another great memory of you dad was driving across Alligator Alley, it was you, me, and the road... we had some great talks on those trips... I learned a lot on those trips. Dad, I know since mom passed it had been hard on you. A piece of you had been missing...a big piece... It's all good now, go be with your bride dad!!!. Go live in eternal happiness and love. Till I see you again, I love you dad. Give mom a hug and a kiss from me... And to you both, I will keep my promise to you. Love you.
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