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Gathering of Friends and Family

Faith United Methodist Church
Sunday August 21st, 2016

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Celebration of Life

Faith United Methodist Church
Sunday August 21st, 2016

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Garry Nelson Skinner

SKINNER Garry Nelson of Batavia Twp, Age 75. Husband of the late Susann Mae (Smith) Skinner. Father of Scott (Amy) Skinner and Laurie Gibson. Grandfather of Megan and Sarah Skinner and Steven May. A celebration of Life will be held Sunday, August 21, 2016 at 3 PM at the Faith United Methodist Church Batavia, Ohio where the family will greet friends from 1 PM. Memorials are preferred to the Faith United Methodist Church or to the American Kidney Foundation. www.kidneyfund.org/

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Please accept my sympathy. Garry and I enjoyed many good times together, especially our senior trip. Gary Trump, class of '58

Gary and Gail Trump Aug 22 2016 9:22 PM

We'll always remember Garry's enthusiastic laughter and big smile. Rest in peace, Garry. Hugs to Scott, Amy, Megan and Sarah. Jon and Susan Cross

Susan Cross Aug 20 2016 11:23 AM

From Lakeland Carefree Park (He was a neighbor last year.)

Catherine Moore Aug 19 2016 1:29 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Garry Skinner

Catherine Moore Aug 19 2016 1:27 PM

Garry lived across the street from me in Eldorado, Oh, when we were very young---pre-school age. Every Sunday we were part of the Eldorado United Brethern Church Sunday School pre-school class which is now Eldorado United Methodist. We were in many Children's Day programs together. Best memory is his smile--always greeted everyone with a smile and a great attitude.

Jane Elleman Somers Aug 19 2016 10:38 AM

Garry and I had a special bond. Garry's son Scott and my daughter Amy gave us two beautiful granddaughters, Megan and Sarah. Had a lot of good times camping, fishing, and family gatherings. Garry was always very friendly and willing to go places. He will be missed. Rest in peace Garry Polly Cross

Polly Cross Aug 19 2016 8:16 AM