Gary Ray Lore
January 24, 1938 – January 21, 2020
Gary Ray Lore, 81, of Alliance/Gering, Nebraska, died on January 21, 2020 at the Western Nebraska Veterans Home in Scottsbluff. His graveside Memorial Service will be held at 10 AM on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at West Lawn Cemetery with Reverend Richard Neugebauer officiating. Military honors will be presented by the United States Air Force Honor Guard. In lieu of a memorial, we ask that you pay it forward with a small gesture of kindness to another person, as Gary always did. Online condolences may be left at www.geringchapel.com
He was born January 24, 1938 at Alliance to Ira Kirby and Anna Mae (Sitler) Lore. He received his education and graduated from Alliance High School. Gary enjoyed his time in the United States Air Force (1960-1964) where he was a mechanic stationed in Brazil. He was married to Linda Jean Ackerman on September 26, 1965 at Alliance and the couple made their home in Gering.
Gary loved camping and fishing with his family, He also loved to roller skate and worked every weekend at the local roller skating rinks and to square dance with his wife whom he missed dearly following her death. Gary was a very caring and loving husband, father, brother and friend. Gary’s greatest joys were his grandchildren and caring for them. His other passions was reading and always learning.
Survivors include Daughter Tracy (Lawrence) Lore-Bilek of Loveland, CO; Son Alan (Dana) Lore of Honolulu, HI; Daughter Mary (Sean) Suhr of Minatare; grandchildren Kristie Lore, Garrett and Gregory Bilek, Devin and Aaron Suhr, and Anuhea Hauanio-Lore; Great Grandson Izaiah; sisters Carol (Don) Meyer of Cheyenne, WY; brothers Merle (Linda) Lore of Alliance and Glen (Diane) Lore of Lincoln; and many nieces and nephews and extended family members.
He was preceded in death by wife Linda Lore, parents Ira and Anna Lore, brother Clyde Boone, and sister Hallie Lore.
- Graveside Service Saturday, January 25, 2020
Gary Ray Lore
Bruce and Donna Bennett
January 25, 2020
Dear Tracy, Alan and Mary,
We go back so many, many years. One of my fondest memories of your family helping me, was when I was about 7 or 8 years old, I was going to spend the night with one of my friends. But as always, when it came time, I always came home. But on this particular night, the child's mom who dropped me off at my doorstep, drove off before making sure I got inside safely. Which did not happen, because there was nobody home. I pounded and banged on the front door, and it wasn't long before your parents came over and let me stay with you until my family came home. I was such a scared little girl, but your family made me feel better.
Heaven is for real, and we will all be reunited at Father God's calling.
Love in Jesus Christ,
Bruce and Donna(Acker) Bennett
January 24, 2020
Thank you Gary you and Linda were the greatest in helping me in my drinking and working on my car when I lived with your family. love the outlaw of the family! Tom Ackerman
January 23, 2020
To all of you:
My sincere condolences on the loss of your father. I stopped in at the Vets home last fall and I did see your father. He was laying on his bed. He sat up and we chatted a bit. I know he will be greatly missed.