Gary Gaines, Legendary Permian Coach Obituary, Death, Funeral Information

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Gary Gaines Obituary: Gary Gaines, the legendary Permian coach, passed away at the age of 73. Gaines led the Panthers to a state championship and a national championship in 1989, one year after the season that was the subject of the book and the movie. In 2009, he went back to his old job as head coach at Permian, where he stayed until 2012. Monahans, San Angelo Central, and Texas Tech were among the other schools that he coached for. His family released a statement saying, “Following a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease, it is with great sadness that the family of of Coach Gary Gaines announces his peaceful passing this afternoon. Memorial plans will be announced in the coming days. Thank you for remembering our family in your thoughts and prayers.” Coach Gaines is survived by his wife Sharon Gaines, and children Bradley Gaines and Nicole Gaines Strader.   Full Obituary

Garry Steven Gaines Obituary: Born in Cape May, New Jersey, he was raised in Woodbine by his parents Benjamin and Ruth (Payne) Gaines along with his brothers Benjamin, William, Ronald, Paul, Michael and sisters Brenda, Margaret, Pamela. They had fun growing up and had many stories of the adventures they had with one another. One of his main jobs was being a Park Ranger at Belleplain State Forest. He worked as an orderly, cook, carpenter, landscaping, forklift driver, factory worker and truck driver. Garry was a spiritual man and as a result of his study of the bible, he became one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1973. He was a member of the Roseto Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Garry wished that all people would “come to an accurate knowledge of God.” (1 Timothy 2:4) He truly took these words to heart at Psalm 37:3,4 “Trust in Jehovah and do what is good; Reside in the earth, and act with faithfulness. Find exquisite delight in Jehovah. And he will grant you the desires of your heart.” Garry was a fun-loving, generous, kind and endearing man. Gardening, bowling and cooking were among his favorite activities. He loved cooking for others. He loved all kinds of food especially seafood, chicken and anything hot and spicy. He loved dancing and laughing but could always find a way to make you laugh in the most dire situation. Despite being sick for many years, he kept a positive attitude. He loved life and when you were around him, you loved life too. Garry loved people!    Full Obituary

Gary G. Gaines Obituary: He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Clifford Lewis (Bud) and Bonnie Alene Gaines (Gray); his children, Cameo Gaye, Kristen (Danny), Gary, Mitch (Cammy Lawrence), Marc Gaines, Cheriene DiNoia, Dale (Kristen Johnson) and Danny (Kim Felton); his wife Ginny (Ginny); his grandchildren, Dewey, Sunni Appleford, Sean, Laci Literal, Nick, Mackenzie Genatone, Colin, Ali McInnis, Nicholas Lawrence, Earl Gaines, Maren, Thomas DiNoia, Megan, Joe Gaines, Addison Johnson, Camden Felton, HanSena DiNoia and Cade Felton; and his great grandchildren, Haylee, Hannah Appleford, Avery, Ashton Literal, Taycen, Kenna, Jimmer Genatone (McInnis) and Presley Gaines. It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Gary G. Gaines (Saint Maries, Idaho), born in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, who passed away on May 4, 2022, leaving to mourn family and friends. Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of the loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Gary G. Gaines to pay them a last tribute.    Full Obituary

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