October 28, 1987 – June 5, 2018
Gary Adam Hart, age 30, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in Cottondale Alabama on Tuesday June 6th, 2018. Gary Adam Hart was born on October 28th, 1987 in Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers, Florida. He grew into a handsome young man with a heart of gold. His most admirable quality was his strength which he exuded at such an early age. He was always taking care of everyone around him. He graduated from Dunbar High School in 2005 and entered the Army. He served his country proudly through two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan where he fought bravely for our freedom and was sadly, forever changed. After being honorably discharged from service, he completed his associates degree and began a new life as a Laser Engineer for Mercedes Manufacturing in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It was here his life began to blossom. He met his wife, Jamie and started his family with the addition of their baby boy Sawyer Adam Hart, who was born on July 14th, 2017. Sadly and suddenly this beautiful family is now faced with the greatest tragedy one could ever imagine- saying goodbye all to soon to the man, the father, the brother, the son, and the best friend we all have loved so dearly for the past 30 years. He is survived by his loving wife- Jamie Hart and his beautiful son- Sawyer Adam Hart. His family and friends mourn him across the country. He is also survived by his grandparents- Melvyn and Jacqueline Hart, and Harold and Mary Baxley; his Mother Bonnie Silcox and Father Gary Hart; his siblings Katie Joseph, Lincoln Winslow, and Taylor Winslow; his niece Emma Joseph and his Nephews Fitz-Morris Joseph II and Kaden Joseph; his aunts Heidi, Blyth, Jackie, and Joanne; His childhood friends from Fort Myers, and his friends and co-workers in Alabama.
Special Messages: To my Papa Bear, We will always love you. To our son, brother, and grandson, We will love and miss you always Rooster To our friend, You will be always in our hearts
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