To my wonderful amazing eccentric babysitter & friend saw a post I shared on Facebook about your award a year today made me think how much I really miss you wish we'd spent more time together but as my saying goes "your here for a good time not a long time" the times I share with you were good to say the least. May your memory live on forever with this award just hope they can do you justice xxxx
Sent by Tracey on 29/11/2015
I first met Gary when he cared for my beautiful mum during her stay at Trinity Hospice. During her final days, he took me up to the chapel, I cried, he comforted. He had such a warm and caring soul. I will never ever forget how he made me feel during what was the hardest and most painful time of my life. Today is a year since she died so I went back to Trinity, in the hope of seeing him again and thanking him for all that he did and telling him that I'm getting through it like he said I would. Then I learned of his untimely death. This really hurts my heart. He instilled so much love and hope in those he cared for, I'll never ever forget the time I spent with him I the Chapel. Gary may your beautiful soul rest in eternal peace xxxx
Sent by Ebony on 05/06/2015
I only spoke to Gary for 10 minutes over the phone when he was working for the Beating Bowel Cancer line. But I still remember his words of support - concerned and warm yet also clear and perceptive.
Thank you Gary, you made a difference.
Sent by Richard on 14/03/2015