Gone Too Soon but Never Forgotten

Date of BirthMarch 30, 1956

Gary Lee Reisinger Obituary

Date of BirthMarch 30, 1956

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Date of PassingMarch 26, 2019

Gary Lee Reisinger Obituary

from Delaware, Ohio, United States

Date of BirthMarch 30, 1956

Gary Lee Reisinger Obituary

Date of BirthMarch 30, 1956

368 Views

Date of PassingMarch 26, 2019

Gary Lee Reisinger Obituary

from Delaware, Ohio, United States


Gone Too Soon but Never Forgotten

Gary Lee Reisinger - Left us suddenly on 03/26/2019 at the age of 62. He leaves behind his Partner Pamela Blaylock; Daughter: Heather Reisinger(Danielle); Grandchildren: Brandin Kinslow, Greyson Testaverde and Ryleigh Testaverde; Ex-Wife: Nancy Reisinger; Brother: Steven (Butch) Reisinger; Sisters: Sandra Dickey, PJ Taylor(Joe) and Brenda Fletcher (Al); Nephews: David, Robert, Kevin, Stacy(Lisa), Chad(Christy) and Scott(Annette); Nieces: Jaime (Brian) and Lisa; Great-nephew: Kyle, Kasey, Justin, Braden & Tyler; Great-nieces: Makenzie, Kailyn, Raelynn, and Izabella. He also leaves countless friends and beloved pets Lucky and Bagger. He is reunited in passing with his Mother: Mary Ellen Rhodes, Father: Paul Reisinger; Step-Father: Dale Rhodes; Brother: Tim; Grandparents; Great-niece: Angel and Beloved lost pets.

Gary was a wonderful man. He had a charisma about him that if you knew him, you loved him. If you didn't know him you, wanted to. Most of the time he was a pain in the butt and let’s not forget his dirty mind; but with all of that, he could still somehow seem to get a laugh or two out of just about everyone. He loved his family & friends with his whole heart and made no apologies for loving us all. He enjoyed life and all it had to offer. Whether he was hunting or fishing with family & friends; taking a ride to relax; going on a bike run with his crew, or just hanging with friends/family, Gary found great joy in what he was doing.

He taught me many things throughout my years with him as my dad. Some really great things like how to always laugh even when your mad or how to forgive the mistakes of a loved one and love them anyway for who they are. Some are bad things like pulling a finger to fart on queue or anyone of many bad jokes that could shock the shocks off most everyone. The greatest gift he has left behind is all the love he shared with us all.

May his memories live on forever and his love keeps its place in all our hearts. As we join together our love for him, I pray we all find peace in what he has left in each one of us as we set him free to soar high above us all.

I love you, dad. Thank you for all that you have given me. I will keep you with me always. Love Me

This obituary is administered by:
~ Heather ~

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