Gary Wayne Bailey

January 6, 1948 - September 6, 2021

Gary Wayne Bailey passed away on September 6, 2021 in Greenville, Texas at the age of 73. He was born on January 6, 1948 in Batesville, Indiana to Walter Bailey and Jessie (Cash) Bailey.

He is survived by his wife, Pat Bailey and daughter, Cary Bailey.

Gary is preceded in death by his parents.

A Visitation will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church (16167 CR 665, Farmersville, TX 75442) from 3-4PM on Friday, September 10, 2021. The funeral will be at 4:00 that same day, burial to follow the service at Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery. 

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So sorry to hear of Gary's passing. Gary and I had a lot of good times in Versailles, Indiana. I don't know why I thought of him today and looked on internet to see if I couuld find him. May he rest in peace.
Stephen Barth, September 20, 2021 Thinking of you and Cary. Keeping you both in my prayers. Love, Karen Karen Orren, September 19, 2021 So very sorry , We love you all!! I can picture Gary , Tom, Dad and Dixson all singing with Jesus!! our Love, Thoughts and Prayers are with you both!! DAVID AND WANDA DAWSON , September 10, 2021 Pat and Cary, may the Lord give y’all strength to go through this tough time. I will always have fond memories when Gary and I worked together. Larry Larry Hennig, September 10, 2021 What a sweet, sincere man. Just a joy to be around and know. He will be so missed until we see him again in our new home some day. My heart goes out to Pat and Cary in the days ahead. Praying that peace and hope of our saviour surround them in this heartbreaking time. Love you both, Nancy Nancy Campbell, September 9, 2021 Gary and Pat were our next door neighbors in Rowlett, Tx. when Cary was born. Rene' and I were so saddened to hear the news of his passing. Gary was a gift from God to anyone who knew him. He was such a gentle giant of a man and so giving to all but self. We will miss him dearly, but the angels in heaven are rejoicing to welcome him home. To Pat and Cary, we have known you through a lot of struggles and we know the love of God has always and will again during this time, see you through this loss. We grieve with you, and pray for blessings of joy for you even during this tough time and what you are experiencing. God's peace will guide you and carry you through to victory and supplant your understanding. Jesus loves you and so do we. Curtis and Rene' Shelton Marion C Shelton, Sr & Marie R Shelton, September 9, 2021 Pat & Cary, we are so sorry to hear of Gary's passing. We know how much he loved you both! We remember his wonderful smile and the sweet blesssings you all presented us when our own daughter Allison was born. We will hold those memories forever in our hearts and we send our deepest condolences to you. We will be out of town this Friday, or we would surely be at his services. We will keep you both in our prayers. Love, Roy, Tracy & Allison Homfeld Roy Homfeld, September 8, 2021 Gary was always so kind and welcoming to me. Your entire family has such a special place in my heart. My deepest condolences for you both.
Tami Poli, September 8, 2021 My condolences to Pat and Cary, this world has lost a fine Christian and a wonderful man. I am blessed to have known him.
ALLEN SOXSMITH, September 8, 2021 Dearest Pat and Carey, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Gary was one of the first men to come visit us when we first came to Bethlehem. He was so friendly and welcoming it felt we had known him forever. I will be praying for you during this hard time. Just remember we will all see him again in Glory when God calls us home. Love, Tracey
Tracey Peterson, September 7, 2021 We have lost a wonderful friend and we will miss you terribly but know where you are and there is no more pain now. We will see you again. Jim and Marsha Hinze, September 7, 2021 I will always remember Gary’s sense of humor and love for God. Until, we meet again. Georgia Lambert, September 7, 2021 Mark & I send our deepest condolences. We will never forget how welcomed he made us feel at Bethlehem Baptist Church. He will always be remembered in our hearts. Our prayers & thoughts are with his wife & daughter and his church family. May God give you strength in this time of need. Love, Mark & Tammy Migliazza
Tammy Migliazza, September 7, 2021