May 21, 1963 – August 2, 2019
Gary William Spampinato passed away Friday, August 2, 2019 after a short illness.
Gary was born May 21, 1963 in Smithtown Long Island, New York. He was the son of the late Anthony Spampinato and Ruth Noe Spampinato.
Gary is survived by his wife, Nancy Davis Spampinato, mother, Ruth Noe Spampinato, brother, John (wife Julie) Spampinato, sister, Robyn Spampinato, James and Sandra Davis, Bobby and Karen Davis Cates, Jason Davis, Adam and Meghan Davis, nephews, Anthony Spampinato, Jordan Spampinato, Collin Cates, Barrett Davis, and nieces, Jordyn Davis, Mya Davis, Skylar Cates.
Family was the joy in Gary's life. He adored his wife Nancy. Gary had a passion for golf, fast cars, music, cooking, slot car racing and travelling.
Gary attended Georgia Southern and had a long successful career with The Thies Corporation. Gary was known for his quick wit, infectious laugh and generosity. Gary was greatly loved by his wife and family.
A Memorial Service will be held at McEwen Funeral Home, Pineville Chapel, 10500 Park Rd., Charlotte, NC 28210 on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 11 am. A Reception will immediately follow.
Online condolences may be shared at www.mcewenpinevillechapel.com.
- Memorial Service Thursday, August 8, 2019
August 8, 2019
You will be forever miss and loved by so many people I will love and miss you so much tell our loved ones that is already up there we all love and miss them too
August 6, 2019
Dear Nancy and family,
I would like to leave some words whenever Gary and me only had a few times we met.
When we came together in Germany or in the US with the families caused of the partnership with my dad, I can remember Gary always spread good vibes to me and every one surrounded.
I'm very thankful that I've met such a positive character. For sure he will send out his energy from another place.
Rest in peace Gary.
August 6, 2019
Dear Nancy, dear Family,
I want to express my heartfelt sympathy and wish you all consolation you need now and in future times.
The first time I met Gary, her sit quietly at the left side of his father Tony in our house as foreign collegues of my husband.
Years later we saw us only a few times in Germany, Carolina and Florida, where we played Golf in his free time. Once he told me, that he hit balls at the driving range daily for a while. He was an ex cellent player, you now.
On Monday a short message reached me that Gary has passed. ---Days before Gary suddenly was in my mind after years, mainly when I was practicing Golf. Yes, he lives.
I regret, I can 't participate in the funeral service at the 8th. But I shall play my first golf tournament after a long break. I say to myself: " Don't cry! Play good Golf! And hit balls at the driving range! " ( what I really don't like so much) In memory of Gary!
Margareta, " birthday-twin ".
how he called me