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109 S. Monroe St.
Calhoun City, MS 38916
Phone: 662-628-5177
Fax: 662-628-4977
Dennis Gary

Dennis Gary

Tuesday, June 18th, 1957 - Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
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Robert “Dennis” Gary, 62, of Calhoun City, MS, passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in a vehicle accident in Virginia.
Dennis was a 1975 graduate of West Lauderdale High School in Collinsville, MS. He continued his education at Mississippi State University where he completed an electrical engineering degree in 1980. He had a successful first career in electrical equipment sales and had recently changed careers to become a long-haul truck driver, a line of work that he was thoroughly enjoying.
Dennis was an active member of Derma Baptist church. He was a member of the security team and the Band of Brothers group. He had found his church home with the fellow Christians he worshipped with.
Dennis was an avid hunter and gun safety advocate most of his life.
He is survived by his daughter, Renee Wofford (TJ) of Calhoun City, MS, his father, Blain (Nancy) of Calhoun City, a brother, Steve (Angela) of Madison, AL and a nephew, Matt Gary, also from Madison, AL and two uncles and a host of cousins.
Dennis was preceded in death by his mother, Mary Elizabeth “Libby” Holland Gary, who was originally from Slate Springs, MS, and his grandparents, Miller D. and Lola Holland and Odie and Pearl Gary, all residents of Slate Springs, MS.

Due to the restrictions of COVID-19, the family is having an intimate family service for Dennis and his burial will be private. In lieu of floral arrangements or gifts, the family is requesting that donations be made to Derma Baptist Church with a memo for the Dennis Gary memorial fund. The money will be used by the Band of Brothers group that contributes to the local Food Pantry. This group and the cause it supported were dear to Dennis.

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Brent Roberts

Posted at 01:52am
I first meet Dennis at my apartment complex back in 1998. He had such a impact on me and my life ever since. He taught me many things. I meet his daughter and we went on a few trips. He was a very knowledgeable person, as I am also a Electrical Engineer. We talked a lot on the phone when he moved back to Mississippi, many hours of just stuff going on in life. My heart has just sank doing even further when it had been months since I has last talked to him. I am blessed that I meet him so long ago and kept in contact with him for so long. I will always miss our conversions, as they were very good conversations. He was a great person and a even better FRIEND.

Joe T Massey

Posted at 09:22am
I had the privilege to meet Dennis at the Flea Market several times at Ripley and it was very apparent that Jesus Christ was his Lord. I'm so very sorry for your family's lost. May good memories and the Grace of our Lord Jesus give you comfort and hope in these difficult days. 2 Thessalonians 2: 16-17

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