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Gary Dane Carrier
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Birth: Jan. 16, 1935
McKean County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 19, 2005
Mercer County
Pennsylvania, USA


I want to come to Autumn with the silver in my hair,
And maybe have the children stop to look at me and stare;
I'd like to reach October free from blemish or from taint,
As splendid as a maple tree which artists love to paint.

I'd like to come to autumn, with my life work fully done
And look a little like a tree that's gleaming in the sun;
I'd like to think that I at last could come through
care and tears
And be as fair to look upon as every elm appears.

But when I reach October, full contented I shall be
If those with whom I've walked through life shall
still have faith in me;
Nor shall I dread the winter's frost, when brain
and body tire,
If I have made my life a thing which others can admire.
(by Edgar Guest)

Gary Dane Michael Carrier (born Gary Dane Michael and adopted by his paternal aunt and uncle after he was orphaned at age 2) was a much loved husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. He had a wonderful sense of humor and loved working in his garden, fishing on his boat and playing the keyboard for friends and family. He was also a very good cook and made all of the family holiday meals. His obituary was contributed to USGENWEB, Pennsylvania, under Mercer and Jefferson Counties.

Saint Johns Cemetery Windy Hill
Jefferson County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Shane McQuaid
Record added: Oct 24, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12149167
Gary Dane Carrier
Added by: Laura McQuaid
Gary Dane Carrier
Added by: Laura McQuaid
Gary Dane Carrier
Added by: Laura McQuaid
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Will never stop missing you Dad. You'd be so proud of your family. Your grandchildren are doing so well & now you have 3 great-granddaughters that are the light of my life. I hope you can hear me Dad; I often feel your presence when I most need it. Love y...(Read more)
- Deborah Johnson
 Added: Oct. 20, 2016

- Chrissie εїз
 Added: Oct. 19, 2016
Every day, Dad, I miss you. Best of fathers, best of men.
- Laura
 Added: Oct. 19, 2016
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