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Gary Lewis SHATTUCK

February 5, 1947June 1, 2019

Gary Lewis SHATTUCK was born on February 5, 1947 and passed away on June 1, 2019.

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Mike Howard

June 13, 2019

Gary, my family and I were greatly saddened to hear of your passing. We send our good thoughts and prayers that you're somewhere peaceful.

You and I met in 2005 when you saw enough in me to have me join your team at NCSS. I came to you with little experience. Over the next ten years, you helped me grow personally and professionally. Still today, I reflect on our work together and employ some of the same practices you instilled in me.

When Nathaniel was a little boy who just wanted to be involved with his Dad, you paid him for his time and helped me teach him the value of honest work - a value he keeps to this day.

Heather, Nathaniel, Alex and I send our very best to your family and the NCSS team.

Mike Howard
The Woodlands, Texas

Gary Mathews

June 12, 2019

Gary,
I so value our time working together in Newton County. You were a loyal and visionary technology director who contributed greatly to the county's tremendous progress! As your superintendent, I could not have asked for more. On a more personal level, you know I always thought a great deal of you and valued your friendship. Our chats together were always stimulating and heartfelt.

Rest In Peace, my friend, and may the Lord's love surround you,
Gary S. Mathews
Baton Rouge, LA

Wally Reeves

June 10, 2019

Just heard of the passing of my friend and colleague, Gary. As a fellow Technology Director, he and I served on numerous committees and state organizations to advance the cause of educational technology in Georgia. I always appreciated his thoughtfulness, honesty, and candor. You’ll be sorely missed, My Friend.

Wally Reeves
Warner Robins, GA

Jennifer Russell

June 10, 2019

Gary,
Words cannot express the heartbreak I felt when I learned of your passing. You supported me both professionally and most importantly personally during our seven years of working together. I can honestly say, without hesitation, that you were and will be the best boss I have ever had. One of the memories that first comes to mind is the staff meeting when you said that your job and us were your purpose in life. I am so proud to have been a part of that. I have learned so much from you that I will carry with me throughout the rest of my career. You were truly an inspiration to me and I will never forget you or the impact you have had on my life. My prayer is that you are at peace now surrounded by love in the arms of the One who shows us grace, mercy, forgiveness, and compassion.

Love,
Jennifer

Datha Curtis

June 9, 2019

Dr. Shattuck,

You were always so supportive of me and my fellow library media specialists in the seven years I had the opportunity to work with you. You pushed me to do things I did not think I could do and saw potential in me where I did not. You cared for our professional and personal well-being. I will never forget your kindness and support. I hope that you have found peace and somehow know that there are many of us who miss you and are deeply saddened by your passing.

Datha Curtis

Jen Cole

June 9, 2019

Gary,

Thank you for always supporting the teachers, and more importantly the Media Specialist in Newton County. You were an amazing man, and I will miss you greatly! I hope you are in a better place and surrounded in love.