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Wallace (Darrell) Gore

September 28, 1956May 12, 2020

Wallace "Darrell" Gore, 63 of Tampa Florida went home to be with the Lord on 5/12/20. He was loved by all for his kindness, gentle heart and willingness to help others. To his nieces and nephews he was the uncle who was always there to play, help and encourage.

He is survived by his wife Kimberly Gore, brother Randy Gore, sisters-in-law Louise Gore, Karen Welchons, Kathy Welchons, Lynn Carty and brother-in-law Greg Carty, mother-in-law Noma Carty as well as many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.

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  • He is survived by his wife Kimberly Gore, brother Randy Gore, sisters-in-law Louise Gore, Karen Welchons, Kathy Welchons, Lynn Carty and brother-in-law Greg Carty, mother-in-law Noma Carty as well as many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.

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Toby Anderson

May 27, 2020

Darrell and I worked together at U-Save in Brandon starting in 1970 where we became friends. We also were in the band together at Brandon High School, he played the baritone and I played the tuba. He was an easy-going guy with a rather low-key sense of humor that I appreciated. Over the years we lost touch but I usually got updates on his life through his wife, brother, and sister-in-law. The last time I saw him was around 2002 when we got together to play pool in Brandon where I found out that he had his own pool table set up in his living room. No wonder he was so good. Lol. When I think of him it will be of the kindness and gentleness he exhibited.

Mary Wever

May 20, 2020

Darrell was one of the kindest people I've ever met. He always had a smile and a friendly greeting. I will remember that about him, he was very supportive of me during my time at DDS. There is a new star in heaven because of his smile there. Rest in peace friend.

Steven Everidge

May 19, 2020

I met Darrell when working with his brother, Randy Gore, over 30 years ago; then I ended up working with Darrell at DDS lab. We had a lot of great times together. I will miss him very much. He was one of the nicest persons I ever met, and would do anything for anyone. My heart goes out to his family and friends. He will be missed by everyone. Rest in piece, my friend. Love you, Steven Everidge.

Randy Nelson

May 19, 2020

I just want to sadly so good-bye for now to an amazing lifelong friend & brother! We were closer than brothers! Our experiences together from childhood to adulthood will be carried in my heart for ever. We have laughed & cried together. I don't know how to say good-bye to you! You made me a better man just by knowing you & being my friend! You brought so much happiness & joy to my life even as children! We were so competitive in everything we did! We were avid bucs fans together, even when it wasn't cool to be one! The hours of useless fun & laughter we shared will last my lifetime! I can't thank-you enough for the lifetime of memories that we shared! I'm sure the good lord above will be greatly entertained with all you stories & games! I will forever miss you!

Tim Guerrieri

May 19, 2020

Darrell, you were family. Spreading your kindness, joy and sense of humor at every event. You always had a smile and a story to share. You were always there for my brother. For that, I am eternally grateful. You will not be forgotten. Be at peace, and save us a seat. The next match will begin very soon!

Randy Wells

May 19, 2020

Good-bye my brother from another mother. What a great set of memories as the boys in the neighborhood. Morning surf, church yard football in the mud, your speed (Skeeder), camping in the woods, your incessant humor (sometimes poorly timed) that always made us laugh, good-bye old friend. You will be missed, but always retained as a bright light in the past. V/r R

Rene Renton

May 18, 2020

Darrell was very kind and always pleasant to work with. Please accept our genuine heartfelt and deepest sympathies. From all of here at DDS Lab.

Sue Powers

May 18, 2020

Darrell was a friend who always made me laugh. He was a true Bucs fan and I will miss are talks about all sports. He will be missed.

Bill Warner

May 18, 2020

Darrell never missed a day to say; "How're ya doing Bill". Really a kind soul soul. I'll miss you Darrell.

Houssam Sahwil

May 17, 2020

What a sweet and caring man he was. Never seen angry or mad. Doesn't matter how stressful the works was, he would always have a big smile on his face. He will be missed by everyone who was in his life. RIP

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