OBITUARY

Gary Steven Fiedler

February 9, 1946November 29, 2012

FIEDLER, GARY STEVEN, 66, on November 29, 2012, of Herndon, VA, (previously of Teaneck, NJ). Beloved husband of Leyra (nee Degracie). Devoted father of Katie Machera, Alex and Mark Fiedler. Dear Brother of Andrea Birdsall, Patricia Smallstey, Michael Henry Fiedler and Kathy D’Angelo. Loving grandfather of Teddy, Bari, Leo and Anaelle. Graveside service Monday, December 3, 2012, 1:00PM at Cedar Park Cemetery .Arrangements Gutterman and Musicant.

Services

  • Graveside Service Monday, December 3, 2012
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Gary Steven Fiedler

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Jerry Gualtieri

November 10, 2016

Just found out about Gary passing.We served in the Marine Corps together in 1st Anglico. We spent two years in Hawaii,then shipped out to Vietnam in 1966. We even went back to Hawaii on R&R together. Gary was a great guy and a good Marine,as well as a good friend. We had some crazy times together!RIP Gary.Heart felt wishes to his family.

John Woods

January 12, 2013

Worked many years with Gary at the Teaneck Police Dept. Was a good cop and a good guy. Loved rock & roll and served his country well in Vietnam.

kisha harrison

January 4, 2013

i had the honor of knowing Gary for a couple of years at TSA. He was always a joy to talk to especially when it comes to family, he would come out on the lanes (as he say making his rounds), greet me with this big smile. I would say "hi Gary" and he always replied hey girl. then we would just talk about his family and share pictures. I truly miss Gary and my prayers are with his family

Christopher Gordon

December 27, 2012

Gary was an excellent leader. Im truly happy about the time that I had him as a superior. He was a credit to everyone he worked with and all the uniforms he had worn. I greatly respected him during the time I served with him at IAD.

Eric Zveare

December 14, 2012

I had the honor of working for Gary for many years at TSA and that opportunity changed my life in many ways.
Gary always had a story to share that would add meaning to every situation be it good or bad.
I have shared many of these moments with my family over the years begining each one with Gary was a small man in stature but he had a larger that life message to pass on to all of us.
Miss you my friend !
BDO Eric Zveare

Kathy McGee

December 12, 2012

Thank you Gary for helping my husband I convince each other that we should get together. We will always remember your laugh, especially after taking a sip of your well earned Starbuck's coffee/scone, your love for Cream, your stories that you told over and over but never were dull, the Zest soap that you claimed you washed your hair with, all of the guitar playing at my folks house, your troll doll (for luck)...we loved you like our own and will miss you. Rest in peace Boss. Kathy and Ben McGee

Roger Keyser

December 11, 2012

I had the honor and pleasure of working with Gary at Dulles. His passing is a great loss to his family, friends, and country.

Phally Le

December 10, 2012

Dear Gary,

We miss you very much. I am so happy that I had the privilege to had known you. You were always so kind and sincere boss and friend. I will always cherish the last dinner that my husband and I had with you and your wife Leyra at The Cheesefactory at Dulles Town Center, VA. I remembered you told us that where you and Leyra's had your first date. Everytime I walk by The Cheesefactory, I think of you and Leyra. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family. May the Lord bless you. Rest in peace Gary.

Phally Le

December 10, 2012

Dear Gary,

We miss you very much. I'm happy that I had the privilege to had known you. You were always so kind and sincere boss and friend. I will always cherish the last dinner that my husband and I had with you and your wife Leyra at The Cheesecake Factory restaurant at Dulles Town Center Mall, VA. I remembered you told us that's where you and Leyra had your first date. Every time I walk by The Cheesecake Factory, I think of you and Leyra. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family. May the Lord bless you. Rest in peace Gary.

Linda Rogers

December 8, 2012

Gary and I were born a day apart and we met on first day of 9th Grade at the Famous Bakery in Weehawken before the school bell rang. We've kept in touch over the years and I've looked forward to his emails and occasional phone call.
Gary was a gentle soul: low-key and intelligent and could be very funny. I will miss him and look forward to meeting him again on another plane and in another life.