In memory of Gary Warren Disbennett, Toni & Ron lit a candle
Nancy, Tyson, Darby, Brody, Justin & family, Just know that our thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this most difficult time. May God wrap his arms around each of you to give you peace and comfort. Gary, Herman & I are going to miss you a lot! Rest in peace my friend!!
As we walk through this life we meet many people some become friend, some just pass by. Gary was on of those people when you met him you wanted to be around him, he made us all feel better about ourselves. Gary was the most admired person I have ever know, he made you feel better just to be around him. Not only did he make you feel better but he made you a better person it was his gift and he gave it freely to all of us.Gary was the best man at my wedding and a year latter I was one of seven, that's right seven ushers all of which Gary had been the best man at our weddings. Think about to be loved by so many who else have you ever heard of doing that, we all love him, he was our brother, and still today he is the best man!
My name is gene rogers and I own a business just down the road from KSD , and have had lots of dealing with Gary. Gary was a great friend and a great person. He will be missed by all and especially me. I have known Gary since Craig Motor days. May he rest in piece and live with Jesus.
Dear Nancy and family, as you know they don't come any better then Gary!! He truly was one of the best.. I hope you feel the love from your family and friends in this difficult time.. With our sincere Sympathy, Rick, Barb , Seth and Sydney
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
We have no words to express our feelings about losing you. You have been a star in our family that has always shined brighter, than any star possibly could. We will have our lives dimmed by your absence, a bright star that can never be replaced. Our family will miss you, beyond words. You will forever be on our minds, in our memories, and in our hearts. You can stop fighting, now and RIP.
Toni, Ron, and our children that loved you like an Uncle
Condolences to all who knew and loved Gary. His courage was legendary. Precious memories will comfort you in this difficult season of life. God will give you peace through the Prince of Peace. Hugging you with my prayers.
So sorry to hear about the passing of Gary. I knew him back in the early days of Craig Motor Service in the 1960s. He was one of those people who are larger than life, and I'm sure his presence will be missed by so many. My thoughts are with his wife and family as they try to adjust to living without him. He was always an upbeat person and I hope his courage will carry you through with wonderful memories.
Our prayers go out to your family.
Dear Nancy, Tyson, Brody, and Darby,
Although Carrie and I can't share time with you in person at this time, we do share your grief. I have known Gary for about 20 years. I have only been with him in person for maybe 7 or 8 times in those 20 years, but I considered him one of my best friends in the world - if not my very best friend.. Every time I called him, usually for advice on one of our landfill gas projects, his cheerful voice always answered the phone 'Well hello, Stan Steury!" and then we would spend most of the call talking about our kids and our spouses. It was so obvious that his whole world revolved around the four of you. I am a better man for having known him! Missing him already.
Stan and Carrie Steury
Vilas, North Carolina
I remember as the literal ‘wall flower’ freshman at PHS, I attended my first dance. Gary was the only guy to dance with me. I’ve never forgotten his kindness. He was the best looking boy there!
I am so sorry for your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.