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Official Obituary of: Gary Juaire, 58, on July 8, 2021

Gary Juaire, 58, on July 8, 2021

ATTLEBORO – Gary Juaire, 58, passed Thursday morning, July 8th    Born in Attleboro on September 7, 1962, Gary was raised and educated in Attleboro and was a graduate of Attleboro High School. Gary loved his family, work, football, golfing with his friends and was a devoted fan of the New England Patriots and Bruins.

All who knew him, loved him. Whether in a one-time encounter or a lifelong friendship, you would get the full Gary experience. He was always ready with a joke or a funny comeback. He would always be there to help anyone who asked and support others who were going through rough times.

Gary leaves his partner of twenty years, Denise Skinner. He was the son of Nancy (Newman) Juaire of Falmouth and the late Gerard A. Juaire. In addition, Gary is survived by a son Samuel Skinner of Attleboro, his two brothers, Curtis Juaire and his wife Dorothy, Kevin Juaire and his wife Beth. Two sisters, Joyce Slater and husband Lee and Jeanne Medeiros and her husband Ken. He leaves his Niece’s; Brianna, Brittney and Blakely. Nephews; Devon, Daniel and his wife Stephanie. He also leaves his family at R.J. Forbes, many relatives, and good friends.

At the request of the family visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro, MA on Thursday July 15, 2021.In lieu of flowers and for those wishing to remember Gary in a special way, contributions may be made to St. Jude online: www.stjude.org.

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  • I met Gary in 1st grade at St. Joseph’s school and we remained friends always. Gary always had a smile on his face. I haven’t seen him in a few years but he is one of those people you never forget. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. Rest in peace my friend.

  • I am so sorry for your loss Aunt Nancy and all of Gary’s family and friends. I remember you from long ago Gary, always with a smile on your face.

  • I was fortunate to get to know Gary as a customer at my store. When Gary would stop in, always covered head to toe in paint, we never let the opportunity pass to ask him “did you get any on the walls”?! That was enough to get him going; but always with a smile and ready to share a laugh or two or to just talk about something funny from the day. As our friendship grew over the years, I will forever remember him as a pleasant, kind and helpful person. It is with a heavy heart that I say good-bye to someone I considered a  friend. Rest in peace G.

  • To quote a famous frenchman “If you didn’t like Gary it was your problem” Gary my brother rest in peace you worked hard your whole life. I’ll miss you for the rest of mine.

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  1. To quote a famous frenchman “If you didn’t like Gary it was your problem” Gary my brother rest in peace you worked hard your whole life. I’ll miss you for the rest of mine.

  2. I was fortunate to get to know Gary as a customer at my store. When Gary would stop in, always covered head to toe in paint, we never let the opportunity pass to ask him “did you get any on the walls”?! That was enough to get him going; but always with a smile and ready to share a laugh or two or to just talk about something funny from the day. As our friendship grew over the years, I will forever remember him as a pleasant, kind and helpful person. It is with a heavy heart that I say good-bye to someone I considered a  friend. Rest in peace G.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss Aunt Nancy and all of Gary’s family and friends. I remember you from long ago Gary, always with a smile on your face.

  4. I met Gary in 1st grade at St. Joseph’s school and we remained friends always. Gary always had a smile on his face. I haven’t seen him in a few years but he is one of those people you never forget. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. Rest in peace my friend.

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