Gary Brooks Obituary, Death –  Gary G. Brooks passed away on April 17, 2020, at the age of 80, at his home in Cedar Springs, Michigan. He was a resident of Michigan. At the time of his passing, he was attended to by his loved ones on both sides. On September 16th, 1939, Gary Gordon Brooks was born in the city of Big Rapids, which is located in the state of Michigan. His father was Gordon Brooks, and his mother’s name was Lorraine. He was their son (Ranshaw). Before taking his retirement from Wolverine World Wide, Gary had served the company in various capacities for more than 40 years.

In his spare time, he enjoyed carving and other carpentry projects. One of his favorite things to do in his spare time was carving. He placed a high importance on the time he could spend with the people he cared about, especially his children, as well as outside in the fresh air and natural surroundings. His loyal wife Sandy, whom he wed on June 11, 1960, is one of the persons he is going to leave behind after he passes away. He is also survived by his children, Richard (Carolyn) Brooks, Russell (Dawn) Brooks, Robert (Julie) Brooks, and Stacey (Brien) Velting; his brother Ronald (Karen) Brooks; his sister Connie Brooks (Bob Petrimoulx); and his grandchildren, Stephanie (Andrew) Passage, and Ash The funeral was kept a secret and was only attended by members of the immediate family.

A memorial service will be held at a later time, and anyone who would like to attend is more than welcome to do so. Alternatively, you can contact the Cedar Springs Fire Department, which is located at 31 W. Donations can be made in memory of the person who passed away to the Parkinson’s Association of West Michigan, located at 260 Jefferson Southeast, Suite 210, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503; to Maple Street, Cedar Springs, Michigan 49319; or the Parkinson’s Association of West Michigan, which can also be found in Grand Rapids; or to both of these organizations. The funeral home of Bliss-Witters & Pike, which is based in Cedar Springs, has been given the responsibility of making the necessary arrangements.