Gary Lee Brim
Aug. 12, 1948 - Jan. 18, 2015
Gary Lee Brim, of Seguin, Texas and formerly of Waco, Texas, met his Lord and Savior on Sunday, January 18, 2015. Memorial Services will be 7 p.m.,Thursday, January 22, at Living Waters Worship Center at 3325 N. State Hwy. 46 in Seguin, Texas and at 2 p.m., Saturday, January 24, at the Connect Church (formerly Praise Temple Assembly of God) of Waco, Texas located at 1201 I-35 North.
Gary was born on August 12, 1948 in Waco, Texas. He attended Richfield High School in Waco, Texas and Coolidge High School in Coolidge, Texas. He had a varied and rewarding work career until retirement to include Bell Helicopter of Fort Worth, Texas, General Dynamics of Waco, Texas. He was sheriff for the McLennan County Sheriffs and Constables Office in Waco, Texas. He worked for Central Freight Lines Inc. of Waco, Texas for numerous years as Safety Supervisor. In later years, he worked for Young Brothers Construction Co. of Waco, Texas, Hunter Industries of San Marcos, Texas, MICA of Dallas as Safety Director and Texas and Archer Western based out of Chicago, Illinois as Safety Supervisor.
He had many interests to include golf, fishing, auto racing, baseball, archery, and hunting. He loved to watch his favorite teams, the San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers.
He was preceded in death by his son, Robbie Brim; his parents, Garland P. Brim and Lucille Mae Martin-Brim of Coolidge, Texas and Waco, Texas; and all paternal and maternal grandparents, aunts and uncles.
He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Lynda Joyce Kilgore-Brim; his son, Jared Lee Brim of West, Texas; and grandchildren, Bonnie Alambar, Christian Holtz, Breeann Brim, and Gabby Brim of Abbott, Texas. He is also survived by his sister, Julia A. Brim-McGrew and George V. McGrew of Lockhart, Texas; brother, Lynn A. Brim and Beverly Brim of Mexia, Texas; sister, Lesley Lue Brim-Lingo and Billy E. Lingo of Bastrop, Texas; brothers, Gaylon J. Brim of Groesbeck, Texas and Harry E. Brim and Carol Brim of Hubbard, Texas; sisters-In-law, Helen Amick and Johnny of Forest Glade, Texas and Ruthie Bancroft and Billy of Anderson, Texas; cousins, David W. Graves of Cedar Park, Texas and Sandra and Tommy Wade of Ft. Worth, Texas , Melba and Mike Williams of Mesquite, Texas and Gail Williams of Waco, Texas. He was uncle to numerous nieces and nephews and loving attendant to many pets to include Izzy, Abby, Dusty, and Chloe.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that all donations be made to the American Diabetes Association, Leukemia Foundation, Renal Foundation or the charity of choice.
The family would also like to say a most heartfelt thank you to the many doctors, nurses, physical therapists and attending staff of Northeast Baptist Medical Center, Oak Well Farms Rehabilitation Center of San Antonio, Texas, CIMA Hospice Services of New Braunfels, Texas, and Well Med Clinic of Seguin, Texas for the most loving, kind and generous care throughout the many months of his illness.
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