Gary
Biesecker, passed away November 25, 2005. Born May 7, 1956, Gary loved to laugh, surf, golf and enjoy life. Gary is survived by his mother, Ann and a sister, Linda, whose hearts will hold him forever close. A memorial open house will be held January 28, 2006 from 11AM to 4PM at 1504 Mackay Lane, Redondo Beach, CA 90278.

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  1. Our memory: Several years ago, my wife (then girlfriend) Patty and I were invited to Gary’s mother Ann’s house for a holiday party. I had not seen Gary for a number of years at that point, and it was the night my wife first met him. Gary came to the party for a little while, telling jokes and stories, and taking the time to visit with each and every person at the party. Everyone had a great time that night, and unfortunately it was one of the only times we saw Gary at any of the parties. To Aunt Ann: we want you to know that we are sorry to hear of Gary’s passing, and wanted you to know that we have at least one fond memory of having known Gary. Please let us know if you need anything. Eddie, Patty, and the kids

  2. Gary loved Christmas, and my mom’s Russian Teacake Christmas cookies. He liked to bring home huge perfect trees and decorate them. It was always beautiful. How did he get such big trees into the house? Gary had the coolest stereo system and the most records of anyone I knew. To be allowed into his room to shoot some pool and listen to the giant Altec Lansing speakers felt like entering a holly place. Gary was the go to guy for movies and theater. Calling him to ask about a movie or play was like having a personal chat with Roger Ebert. Thank you for the theater tickets Gary. I’m so glad you felt well enough to play with Elysa and Brian. We will remember you and your laugh. Love Anthony

  3. A recollection of Gary was at Ann’s last birthday party which he did a fine job of hosting. The cake went SPLAT! on the patio floor. Although Gary was not that close to it, you knew with that devilish twinkle ever-present in his eye, he no doubt had something to do with its end!

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