November 30, -0001 - January 31, 2012
Devoted husband of Marsha Meyer (nee Viox) for 37 years. Loving father of Ashley (John) Wyatt. Beloved brother-in-law to Donna (Jim) Brigger, Bob (Terry) Viox, Mary Ellen (Paul) Burgess, Tom (Mary) Viox, Tim(Mary Jo) Viox, Daniel (Mickie) Viox, Vickie (Rick) Holton, Suzanne (Mark Morton) Viox. Cherished son-in-law of Ellen Viox and the late Tony Viox. Preceded in death by his parents Clarence and Lee Meyer and his brother Terry Meyer. Passed away, January 31, 2012, age 64. Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 4th, at Hodapp Funeral Home, 8815 Cinti-Columbus Rd. (Rt 42), West Chester, from 1 pm until time of funeral service at 4 pm. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati, PO Box 633597, Cinti, OH, 45263.
I am very saddened by Gary’s passing. I’ve only know Gary for a few years when he welcomed me with open arms and allowed me to join the OGL tennis team. I will always be thankful for this. I will miss his warm smile and his words of encouragement the next time we prepare to go to battle. Our team will never be the same.
Marsha and Family, My deepest sympathies to you during this time. You have gained an angel that will look over you forever and be in your hearts forever more. You are all in my prayers and thoughts.
Dear Marsha, Ashley, and John,
Pat and I are very sad for your loss. Gary was a wonderful man. Everyone who knew him, loved him. His vibrance and kindness will be missed by all. We hope that you will find comfort and peace in your memories.
Shari and Pat
Marsha and Ashley:
I worked with Gary since 1996 in the HPC MSRC here at WPAFB. His wonder outlook on life was very refreshing. He kept us up on everything about you (Marsha) when you got your job and you (Ashley) as you were going thru school. We will all miss Gary.
Bobbi A. Ruf
Uncle Gary has been an inspiration to me. I am very saddened to hear of his passing. All of the stories he has told me, have touched me in many ways. I have and will miss him the way that he had missed his brother (my Father), and his parents (my Grandparents). Cancer has been a travesty in the Meyer Family. I wish there were a cure! Marsha & Ashley, I am sorry for the loss of the greatest Husband & Father, (& Uncle).
I have fond memories of first playing tennis in Charleton, WV with you in our USTA playoffs for the first time 20 years ago. It was always a pleasure seeing your pleasant, affable, self around the club over the years. You will be missed by many but definitely not forgotten. God Bless.
Marsha, My condolences and prayers go out to you and your family for your loss. Gary will be missed by many.
Marsha, I am so saddened to hear of your loss. I will be praying for peace for your family. I am sure that your strength will carry you through this time of sorrow. In our hearts and prayers, Vicki
Marsha, Ashley and Family:
Julia and I extend our heart-felt condolences for your loss. I loved Gary and I’m grieved that he is gone. I always looked forward to seeing him again.
Gary was one of my very best friends – ever. I treasure my abundant memories of “great times” with Gary. Problems came and went in our lives, but we always enjoyed our friendship.
Thinking about what Gary might say on this occasion: FIGMO
May God bless and comfort you.
Marsha, Ashley and John,
So sorry for your loss. You are loved by son many people who have you in our thoughts and prayers. I have fond memories of the Meyer Family. If I can do anything for you. let me know.
What a loss…Gary helped me learn tennis when I first began 3 years ago. We are the same age and used to joke about it on the court. I am sincerely broken hearted about this guy not being around. He was a true friend to everyone he met and I will miss his great outlook on life. I hope the family stays close during this difficult time. Gary will always be in my thoughts.
He will be greatly missed by a lot of people. He was a good guy. Sending prayers and blessings.
To Gary looking down on us mortals: We lost a dear friend and Heaven gained an amazing angel. I am sure by now, you’re already the Captain of the Old Angel Tennis League (OAL) and setting up Heaven’s Thursday Night Tennis League for St. Peter and the gang. Maybe you can give us a little help in the OGL league (Old Guys League) this season. Honest.. it won’t be cheating! It won’t be long that all the tennis racquets in Heaven will have your Red Dot on the strings. Nobody strings ‘em better. I am glad you are no longer in pain but so sad to see you go so soon. We’ll keep your memory alive by Having Fun, Playing Well and Kicking Butt. Love ya buddy.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.