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Mr. Gary Paul LaMonda , Sr.

Mr. Gary Paul LaMonda , Sr.
  • December 9, 1949 - September 19, 2017
  • Louisville, Kentucky
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For Garys' family;

I worked with Gary for nearly 8 years at Jewish Hospital in Security. I liked Gary, and more importantly, I respected him.
His Service in the Army, his experiences, and his stories revealed much about him as a man.
I regret his passing, and can only express my condolences for the loved ones he has left behind.
May the Love of Jesus surround you in your time of sorrow, give you strength in the coming days, and be beside you as a Comforter.

Rest in Everlasting Peace, Gary.

Jeff Edlin - JHSMH.


Posted by: Jeffrey Edlin - Louisville, KY - Coworker   Sep 23, 2017

While I'm sad at the loss of my big brother, my heart goes out to Nikki and his children. My prayers are with you all at this sad time. May you find strength in knowing that he loved you all.


Posted by: Cherie Longo - Gardiner, ME - Sister   Sep 22, 2017

I never had the honor of meeting Gary. He and Niki had just moved into our community, when he fell ill and had to be hospitalized. He never got to live in his new home. I just want Niki and his family to know how sorry I am for their loss.


Posted by: Donna Mattingly - Louisville, KY - Neighbor   Sep 21, 2017

This is in memory of my step dad Sergeant first class Gary Paul Lamonda who lost his battle to acute myeloid leukemia Gary was one of the strongest people i knew Even though the doctors told him that the chemo wouldn't cure him He choose to fight anyway for his wife who was his whole world. Even though my heart is sadden at this loss .i know he went peacefully and is in a better place with no more

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Posted by: michelleobernier obernier - louisville, KY - Daughter   Sep 20, 2017

While I will not be physically present for Gary's celebration of life, I will be holding you in prayer. Gary's final battle against cancer was carried out with dignity and determination. He will always be remembered for his compassion and generousity.


Posted by: Bonnie Kuehl - Temple, TX - Friend   Sep 19, 2017