Alexander Funeral Home-East Chapel

2115 Lincoln Ave, Evansville, IN


Gary Wayne Pancake

May 21, 1952August 10, 2019

Gary Wayne Pancake, 67, of Evansville, IN passed away Saturday, August 10, 2019, at Pine Haven Nursing Home. He was born in Evansville, IN on May 21, 1952.

Gary was a member of Light of Faith Pentecostal Church and previously a member of Full Gospel Mission Church. He loved Cardinal’s Baseball, listening to music, playing bingo, going out to eat, and spending time with family on holidays.

He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Aileene (Kendall) Pancake; sisters, Elizabeth Barnes and Gracie Pancake; and brother, Randall Ray Pancake.

Gary is survived by his sister, Diana Beasley (Mike); brother, Robert Pancake; and one niece and four nephews.

Funeral services will be held at 12:00~Noon, Friday, August 16, 2019, at the Light of Faith Pentecostal Church, 1717 Stevens Avenue, officiated by Rev. Barry Paddock, Jr., with burial in Park Lawn Cemetery. Friends may visit Friday from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the church.

Condolences may be offered at www.AlexanderEastChapel.com.


  • William A. Pancake, Father (deceased)
  • Aileene Pancake, Mother (deceased)
  • Diana Beasley (Mike), Sister
  • Robert Pancake, Brother
  • Elizabeth Barnes, Sister (deceased)
  • Randall R. Pancake, Brother (deceased)
  • Gracie Pancake, Sister (deceased)
  • Mr. Pancake also leaves one niece and four nephews to cherish his memory.


  • Visitation Friday, August 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 16, 2019


Gary Wayne Pancake

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Tracy Shutt

August 12, 2019

Will never forget the trips to camp, cans of Lysol and our own Strawberry Pancake. You can rest now Gary

Marlene &David Deno

August 11, 2019

I remember when bro gary would ride to church with us and he would say bro deno you want me to drive and just laughed about it.Bro gary was an outstanding man and we are so grateful that we had the privilege to call him our friend .We love you bro gary and you will be missed.

sharon kendall kasinger

August 11, 2019

His nickname could have been Job for all he went through- the suffering and pain this man endured all of his life, and yet he was able to keep his trust in God, he was a testament, an example. He had some very bad days; even over the phone you could tell his spirit and body was knocked around and those closest to him, his family and friends, were helpless though they did everything they could for him. He was too shy to talk to me much with me when we were children and even not much more even in person as adults, but he and I had some very interesting and humerous phone calls in the past several years- a very interesting person, an interesting life. NOW Gary you can see, hear, run and enjoy- everything you could never do here- you can experience all the beauty of Heaven: no more suffering and pain. (Is. 40:31). "Love you all" he would say as we hung up, back at ya, cousin, Sherry