Gary Lee Vincent, 75, passed away June 23, 2016. Survived by his wife of 53 years, Kathryn; daughters, LeeAnn (Stephen) Butler of San Diego, Calif, Kate (Jerry) Adams of Pueblo West; grandchildren, Jolene Weston of San Diego, Zachary and Mackenzie Adams of Pueblo West; brother, Tom (Sandy) Vincent of St. George, Utah; sister-in-law, Sue Kilmer of Yukon, Okla. Gary was born March 23, 1941, in Alva, Okla. to Tom and Fay Vincent, who preceded him in death. He was a professor in the English Department at USC-Pueblo. He enjoyed golf and classic cars and was a member of Eagles Aerie #145 and Optimist Club. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday and service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 29, 2016, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Memorials may be made to Children's Diabetes Foundation or SonRise Church through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. I was saddened to hear of Gary’s passing. We had great conversations when he was in our office and I thoroughly enjoyed serving him when he came to see us. – Becky Marble, Pueblo Ankle and Foot Care

  2. We always enjoyed the World Foods dinners with Gary and Kay. Gary was an engaging conversationalist; Cork enjoyed many discussions of linguistics with him. We will miss Gary. Our heartfelt condolences to Kay and the family.

  3. Our parents were close friends, so Gary,
    and his brother Tom, and I grew up together in Alva. I have great memories of those days spending
    a lot of time at their house and growing up in a small town. Later Gary and I worked together at the local
    radio station. Although, I didn’t see
    Gary after leaving Alva, I would keep up with him thorough his Mom. I was saddened to hear about Gary’s passing
    and want to express to his wife Kay and family my sincere condolences.

  4. Thinking about and praying for all of you at this most difficult time. Gary was a real trooper through the years in his battle with diabetes and a real inspiration who knew him. His battle is finally won and though all left behind mourn his passing, he is free at last! May the happy times together give you the memories that will sustain you and give you peace and comfort. And, may God hold you tightly in His hands now and always!

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