Gary Clayton Acree II
March 16, 1974 – May 14, 2018
On May 14, 2018 Gary Clayton Acree, II, a Persian Gulf Era veteran, suddenly passed away. He was the beloved son of Linda Gail Acree and the late Gary Clayton Acree, Sr.; loving father of Katelyn; dear brother of Michael Joseph Acree; cherished uncle of Aliya Acree; devoted fiancée of Rachel Culotta; loving cousin of Tina Acree and her son Dennis McGuirk.
Gary will be laid to rest in the Maryland Veterans Cemetery at Garrison Forest. Due notice of Service will be given.
- Linda Gail Acree, Mother
- the late Gary Clayton Acree Sr., Father
- Katelyn ., Daughter
- Michael J. Acree, Brother
- Rachel Culotta, Fiancee
- Aliya Acree, Niece
- Tina Acree, Cousin
- Dennis McGuirk, Cousin
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Gary Clayton Acree II
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May 22, 2018
I am so sorry you are suffering this loss. Gary was a kind soul. I have so many memories of him and your family. Started with a camping trip to frontier town. Gary and Michael Always scheming. Gary always made me smile. Such a charmer. He is at peace now with his dad.
May 21, 2018
Just wanted to tell you I love you Gary. The world was a better place with you in it. Almost every memory I have with you was awesome. Now heaven is a better place because you are in it. Until we meet again my friend. Love you
May 17, 2018
My favorite Christmas because you were with us. I will forever cherish every day we had together. You made everything better while you were with us. Just know that you touched everyone you ever had come into contact with. I wish you could see all the love people have been sharing with me this week. I hope to meet each and every one of them because you made a impact on so many people. We were so lucky to have you for the little time we had. Never will you be forgotten!! Until we meet again Garebare xoxo Tina
May 16, 2018
I grew up across the street from Gary and his twin brother. I never had my own brother but when I met them I automatically was blessed with 2. I can remember sitting in the living room with Gary one morning at his parents house watching television and a music video came on by Joan Osbourne"one of us". Gary and I sang it together joking around and then I continued solo. He was so shocked at my voice and continued to make me feel so talented. What he didnt know was that singing was my heart and soul and I had just stopped due to heartbreak from my families divorce. He gave me the confidence and motivation to continue to release my heart through my singing. And I'll forever be grateful for that. I have too many memories to count with Gary but that one really sticks out. He was a fun,loving,caring,loyal guy. He always had a way of maki g me feel protected. And I thank God that I was blessed to have him in my life. May he find peace and comfort in the arms of the Angel's now.