Gary Strait Obituary, Death – Gary Robert Strait, 59 years old at the time of his untimely death on January 18, 2023, was doing what he loved most—riding his Harley and engaging in some “wind treatment”—when he suddenly passed away. Motorcycles were Gary Robert Strait’s lifelong interest and obsession. On December 12th, 1963, he was born to Barbara A. (Robinson), who had previously been married to the late Gary R. Strait. His father’s name is Gary R. Strait. It was in 1963 when his father passed away. In addition to his brother John Strait, who is married to Lisa, his sisters Betsy Becker, Cheryl Wright, and Marcy Bell (as well as Bell’s spouse Mike Joles) and Valerie Howe (as well as Howe’s husband Bob) are all still alive and well today. In addition to that, he is survived by his spouse. In addition, he leaves behind a big number of cherished relatives, such as his Aunts and Uncle, Bonnie and Albie Mori and Linda Strait, as well as a large number of nephews, nieces, great-nephews, great-nieces, and cousins. He will be greatly missed by all of them. In addition, he is survived by a sizeable number of members of both his family and his extended circle of acquaintances.
Gary’s life was filled with a huge number of close friends and members of his family, and he was known to be quite loyal to both of these groups. A great number of people are already missing his morning updates on Facebook, which won him the title of “Facebook King” and was conferred upon him by his cousin Mike Lisefski, who was also the individual who gave him the title. Many of these people are already missing his posts. At this time, he has returned to his mother and father, and in his new role as a guardian angel, he will continue to watch over all of us. He is currently back with them. Please take a moment to reflect about our wonderful brother and remember him in your thoughts when you see an eagle soaring through the air or perched magnificently on a branch. We will always remember him in our hearts.
On Saturday, February 4, visitation will be held at the Bond-Davis Funeral Home in Bath, New York, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the funeral services will begin shortly following the conclusion of the visitation. At some point during the springtime, there will be a memorial service held at the gravesite located in the Glenview Cemetery in Pulteney, New York. Those who would like to make a memorial contribution to the Bath Ambulance Corp. in Gary’s name have the opportunity to do so by sending their contribution to the following address: 110 Steuben Street, Bath, New York 14810 Address: 110 Steuben Street Address: 110 Steuben Street They, in conjunction with the other members of the emergency services and first responders, provided Gary with a second opportunity at life, and our family is tremendously grateful to them for doing so. He displayed valor and commitment throughout the entirety of the conflict in which he participated. You are more than welcome to go to the Facebook page that is affiliated with the Bond-Davis Funeral Home in Bath if you would want to send a personal message of condolence or remember someone who has passed away.