Gary Humble Obituary, Death РI am writing this letter with a heavy heart to notify you all that another member of the class of 1974 has passed away. I am sorry to have to share this news with you all. The news of the demise of this fellow student came to me at a particularly trying period in my life. I am sorry to have to be the one to tell each of you the unfortunate news, but doing so is required. I am telling each of you this with a heavy heart, but I am forced to because it is necessary. I apologize for the inconvenience. I am sorry for the anguish and distress that this tragedy has caused in your life.

Please accept my condolences. Gary Humble’s battle with cancer was ultimately one that he was unable to triumph in, and as a direct result of this, he ultimately succumbed to the illness and died as a result of its effects. Because of the thoughtfulness he demonstrated, I consider him to be one of the most amiable people I’ve ever had the chance to speak with and become acquainted with. This is primarily attributable to the fact that he demonstrated a high level of consideration throughout the interaction. In this trying time, it would be extremely thoughtful of you to keep his sister Mary Ellen and her son John in your prayers and thoughts, and it would also provide you with an opportunity to express your condolences to both of them.

During this trying time, you should keep his sister Mary Ellen and her son John in your prayers and thoughts. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for giving the aforementioned request some consideration and I would like to do so by taking advantage of this opportunity. I will say some prayers for you, Dragon brother, in the hopes that the peace that you so desperately require will find its way to you in the not-too-distant future.