The Family of Gary John Hudson of Matlock, born April 15, 1937 is saddened to announce his passing on November 6, 2022.
Service to be held in spring of 2023 in Matlock.
Friends and family are invited to share condolences and memories on Gary’s memorial page by using the comment field below.
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20 thoughts on “Gary John Hudson”
RIP Gary. My thoughts and love to all those who are left behind to miss your smile and love.
When I think of Gary I think of birdhouses and Mickey and of course, Edie <3 Sure going to miss our little chats over the phone. Thinking of you Ede, so sorry for your loss <3
Jim and I are so sorry for your loss. Gary was a great guy and will be missed.
Dave reminded me of the line in the Piano Man song that reminded him of Gary, ‘He was quick with a joke or to light up a smoke.’ I will have a rum or 2 for you. Til we meet again
I knew you briefly thru work. A good man
So very sorry for your loss Edie. Love you and we are here for you 💕
Love from Terry and Kim
RIP Mr Hudson – will have a drink for you today
So sorry. Was my neighbour and friend when he lived in Sfonewall. Many fond memories of him in those days.
Him and his Mack trucks.
I remember Gary and his Mack trucks since the early 1970’s. Gary was one of the nicest people that you could ever meet. It is sad to see one of the good guys gone.
So sorry to hear of your loss. Gary was a great friend to my son and nephew and their families. They always enjoyed their time visiting with him.
We are sorry to hear of Gary’s passing. A kind and gentle man who was happy and content. Edie, you will miss him very much. We are thinking of you.
We send condolences to the Hudson family. Gary was a kind man & good friend to the Jack Watson family. Shirley & Lloyd Nicholson.
I was saddened to here of the passing of Gary a true gentleman of the moving industry Gary was the first broker I worked for when I started at McCoshams
and over the years I got to know him well He taught me a lot and was always willing to help and pass on his secrets to moving was a pleasure to know you I pass on my sincerer sympathy’s to all the family rest in peace
So sorry to read of your loss Edie. Our deepest sympathy to you and the family.
Dolores Wozniak and Brian Lennox
So sorry for your loss. Sending our deepest condolences to the family
Tammy & Dean Ross
I knew Gary for almost 40 years and have many, many wonderful memories, which I will always cherish. We lost an amazing man & human being. I’m sorry for your loss Edie, Blythe, Darren & Lance. I know how much you all loved him & I know how much he loved all of you. 🤗❤️
My heart hurts knowing how much you’ll be missed, but probably even more so because every single damn memory I have of you, makes me smile. I know you and Missy are up there somewhere, in a Mac truck in the sky, eating Kraft dinner sandwiches and magic cookie bars and getting crumbs all over the place. I am also confident there will be as many future opportunities for you to look down and shake your head and say “you girls” as there were past opportunities for you to holler, “Krista put Checker on the damn phone.” Gary, you will be missed, but more than that, you’ll be remembered, because we all knew as much as we drove you crazy, you loved us and tolerated our shit because you loved Blythe even more. Thank you. ❤️❤️❤️
My condolences to Blythe and his family. I can only speak to his daughter, Blythe and how so very much she loved her father. I watched as Gary’s kindness help shape his beautiful daughter. His acceptance and support was unwavering as Blythe was in supporting him. Gary was so very kind and those blue eyes always knew truths. Blythe, find peace in that he is home … your could not have given anymore than you did. God Bless you all.
So sorry to hear that Gary passed away. He was a dear friend for over 40 years from when we were both in the moving business.
A kinder more gentle man you will never meet.
Our sincere condolence to the family and friends of our cousin Gary.
He will be missed by many.
May he Rest in Peace.