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CONWAY GARY FRANCIS Walkerville / Wallsend Peacefully in the Freeman Hospital after a long illness, surrounded by his loving family, on 30th May 2019, aged 48 years. Much loved partner of Ann, loving Dad of Ciaran and Niamh, and a loving step dad to Joe. Loving brother of Tony, Marie and Mark, brother in law of Leanne, Sian, Steve, Mick, Chris, Peter, Nicola, Dave and Sandra, special son in law to Jean, also a dear uncle and friend. Please meet for Requiem Mass at St Columba's Roman Catholic Church, Wallsend on Tuesday 11th June at 10.30am followed by interment at Heaton Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in Lieu if desired to Ward 37 at the Freeman Hospital. All welcome afterwards to the Lindisfarne Social Club, Wallsend.
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Published in: Evening Chronicle (Newcastle).
Published from: June 05, 2019.
Home town: Wallsend
Notable areas: Walkerville
Gary was a good man excellent coach for wallsend boys club he made his team all about them always praised them encouraged them he was brilliant with my son Logan Pearce and coached him well he will be such a miss but always rembered by us a A Top Coach !!!
Left by Tara Irving: 10/06/2019
Hi mate, found this a lot harder to do than I thought it would be. We knew each other for a lot of years but truly became mates in 2004. I could never understand how we just clicked and knew what each other was thinking or understood what each other was going through at pivotal points in each others lives. I can honestly say I have never laughed as much in our conversations so much my "Theirs" felt they were jumping out of my back! I miss our telephone calls so much even now after they went from daily, weekly and fortnightly due to circumstances. I won't be able to attend next week to say goodbye as I would rather say see you later. See you again my friend, counselor and confident. Your brother from another mother.
Left by Peter Mckinnon: 07/06/2019
An absolute Gentleman in every way possible. The last time I saw you sums up exactly what you were about as a real family man. Despite the pain you were going through and the battles you got to football training to try see the lads to encourage them to show them no matter what life throws at you then you keep smiling and battle through it. My Liam loved you as his coach always praising him and being the one to put an arm around his shoulder. Out in Belgium with the kids touring where other brave soldiers battled in much different circumstances however just as brave as you. The way that group of lads looked up to you should make your whole family proud that one person could make so many people happy. RIP Gary.
Left by Carl Walsh: 06/06/2019
Just so were always canny as owt.always pleasant.nd a happy soul.ive grew up with you all.nd my mam nd dad were friends with your lush late in peace canny lad xxxx
Left by Joanna: 06/06/2019
Got to know you through kids school and the boys club and so glad I did... what a great bloke taken way to soon...
Left by Michael Robson : 06/06/2019
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