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Garry Neil Pewtress

On October 7, 2022, our loving, hard-working father, husband, brother, grandfather, son, uncle, and friend graduated this life into the arms of his Heavenly Father and his earthly father at the age of 62 in Leslie, Idaho.

He was born to Don and Shirley Pewtress in Ogden Utah on June 22, 1960.
He grew up in Kaysville, Utah and attended Davis high school.
He was a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
He was a good husband and father a kind and gentle spirit.
He moved to Idaho when he was young.
He liked the slower, quieter, pace of life there.
He loved riding his motorcycle, camping, and fishing.
He loved the mountains very much!
He could build and fix anything.
He drove a truck for many years.
Working on pipelines and oil rigs.
He retired from NA Degerstrom Inc in Soda Springs, Idaho.
He is survived by his wife Linda and granddaughter Alexus of Leslie, Idaho.
His daughter Melissa Pierren grandchildren Piper, Hunter, and, Raden.
Mother Shirley Pewtress.
Brothers Rick Pewtress, Troy Pewtress.
Sisters Kathy linford, Debbie Furgeson , Tami Ganzer.
and many nieces and nephews who loved him.
Garry fearlessly kept going to provide for those he loves.
God saw him getting tired and it was so hard to breathe.
A cure was not to be.
Did God put his arms around you and whisper “come home with me”.
A golden heart stopped beating.
Working hands now at rest.
Your sky-blue eyes now behold God’s glory and best!
So many memories make up Garry’s life.
We will miss your chuckle and laughter.
Love you!

A viewing and conversation will be held Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 1-3 p.m. in Arco, Idaho at Anderson Family Funeral Home, 2555 N. Highway 93, Arco, Idaho.

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  1. Sorry to hear about Garry didn’t know he had passed away until I heard about him at a class at the operator’s union Saturday. We worked together for some time years back he was a good man. RIP Garry

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