Garry Spooner Obituary, Death – According to a report that was gathered from several web sources, Garry Spooner passed away not too long ago. It was with great regret that we learned of his passing. The news of the death has prompted a number of responses on social media, which in turn has spurred family and friends to express their condolences. Each new beginning in life inexorably ushers in the arrival of its logical conclusion. One of the achievements of human existence is the formation of memories, and despite the transience of life itself, memories can frequently endure for the entirety of a person’s entire life. We are making an effort to find out more information on the report that Garry Spooner has passed away. According to the statement that can be seen below, we discovered the news of Garry Spooner’s death via a user on social media.

It is with heavy hearts that we note the passing of Whanganui Cricket Association President, Garry Spooner (Spoons) on Friday 18 November 2022. Spoons was an avid cricket fan and supporter of the Whanganui cricket community.
Garry played many seasons of club and representative cricket and was a keen follower of all sports, having been the Chairman of Sport Whanganui for 10 years and as a New Zealand Cricket code of conduct commissioner.
Spoons was a lawyer at Treadwell Gordon and had worked there all his life since being admitted to the bar in 1970.
Our thoughts are with Garry’s wife Elizabeth, their family and friends at this time.
We will miss him.
The Board and Team
Cricket Whanganui. ~ Cricket Whanganui

Unbelievable. An absolute gentleman and great person. After leaving Boys College he got me to join the Wanganui Club and from there we had some great times in both rep and club cricket. He formed a great bond with all the players in the club, in which there were some good ones, and we had many a fine time together. He will be sadly missed by the Wanganui Community and cricket fraternity.
Condolences to Liz and the family. ~ Neil Bannister

So sad to hear this… Condolences to Liz and family. Garry was a massive contributor to Cricket Whanganui as well as our Match Commissioner. The Coastal Challenge Cup carries Garry’s name. Whanganui has lost a great man, but he will be remembered forever. R.I.P Mr Spooner. ~ Dilan Raj