Cary C. Osborn, May 7, 1969 - April 7, 2019

Cary C. Osborn
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Cary Christopher Osborn, 49, passed away at home on April 7th, 2019.  Cary was born on May 7, 1969 in West Bend, WI to Jim and Lynda Osborn.  Cary was an “only child” until his brother, Scotty, was born when he was a junior in high school.  They were just short of 17 years apart. 

He was baptized at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Augusta where he received his first holy communion and was also confirmed. He attended school K-12 in Augusta and had many special friends growing up there. He graduated as Salutatorian of his class in 1987.  Cary had the experience of milking cows, baling hay, driving tractor and having his best ever dog – Sport. 

He was on traveling basketball teams in junior high and attended basketball camps at UW Madison. Cary had a lifelong love for sports and was an outstanding athlete in both basketball and football in high school.  He always strived to be the best he could possibly be and loved the competition.  From the time he was 1 year old he always had a football or basketball in his hands.  He was a die-hard PACKER fan and attended many of their playoff games and the Super Bowl in 1997 to cheer them on.  Cary was instrumental in helping his 1985 (Junior) and 1986 (Senior) football teams to Conference Championships! Also, in basketball, his junior year, they won the Conference Championship.  Cary still holds single-game and single-season scoring records and was an All-Northwest Basketball pick in 1986-87, his senior year, averaging 30 points a game……with NO 3 point shots!  In the summer of 1987,  his team made it to the championship game in the Badger State games.  They lost (50-52) to Division 1 players, one of which was Tony Bennett, the current Virginia coach.  Cary also beat Tony Bennett at the State Meet in the Pass, Dribble, Shoot contest in 4th grade! 

After graduation, Jim Lind, the head Blugold football coach, recruited Cary to UWEC.  He started on the varsity as a freshman and never missed a game for the Blugolds in his 4 years of playing there as a running back.  He set many individual and team records and received numerous conference honors during his career.  Later, Cary returned to the Blugolds, this time as an assistant coach and helped the team for 8 years. He was instrumental in helping the Blugolds get artificial turf at Carson Park. He left the Blugolds to become an assistant coach for the Regis football team to be with his two sons.  Cary was inducted into the Blugold Hall of Fame on October 24, 2009. 

Cary was employed by AHMC Properties.  He became the CEO and worked for them for 25 years.  He then started his own Development & Investment company named Taurus.  Cary was very successful. 

In 1996, he married Julie Moran, also a Blugold. They had 2 beautiful, talented, sports-loving sons.  Cody was born in 1998 and Cade in 2000.  The marriage ended but they remained dedicated, loving parents to the boys.  Cary loved the boys and spent many hours coaching them through T-Ball, Coach pitch baseball, YMCA football and basketball teams.  He was extremely proud of the talent they had and loved teaching them.   They always had the best equipment.  The love of sports flowing in Cary’s body was passed on to his two sons.  Cary was very proud of the fact that he was one of the few athletes at UWEC who participated in both Blugold Football and Basketball.  He also excelled in golf and loved to play. 

Cary is survived by and leaves to mourn his 2 sons, Cody, 20, UW-LaCrosse, Cade, 18, a senior at Regis.  His parents, Jim & Lynda Osborn, Fall Creek.  Brother Scotty, his wife Bridgett and their 2 sons, nephews, Lance, 4 & Edison, 1 in New Brighton, MN.  Grandmother, Ferne Osborn, Augusta, WI.  Aunts and Uncles:  Sonya & Gary Tourville, Eau Claire, WI, Barb Tobisch,, Bradenton, Fl, Dick Osborn, Annapolis, MD, Kristi & Brad Kelly, Osseo, WI, Bev Homsey, Milwaukee, WI, Faith & Bill Johnson, Eau Claire, WI, Sharon & Len Desomer, Fremont, WI, Roy Shefchik, Altoona, WI,  many cousins and many special, close friends,  Julie & Darrin Schober, Pat and Diane Callahan, Mark & Justin Held, Mark Golden, Mike Rajak, Mike Prasher, Todd Glazer, Dan Navin, Tim Golden, Coach Jim Lind, Coach Ken Anderson, Coach Bryant Brenner plus numerous other wonderful friends, former teammates and all those he coached.  He was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Roy and Alice Shefchik & paternal grandfather, Clyde Osborn. 

A memorial mass will take place at 2 pm on Friday, April 12, 2019 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1712 Highland Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54701 with Father Francis Thadathil.  Memorial visitation will take place at the church on Friday morning from 10 am until the time of service.  A Celebration of Life gathering will take place on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Wild Ridge Golf Course, 3647 Kane Rd, Eau Claire, WI 54703 from 2:30 -5:30 pm.  Private family committal service will take place at a later date in the East Lawn Cemetery in Augusta, WI.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in Cary's memory to the Eau Claire Regis Football Program. 

Friends and family may offer condolences online at

Hulke Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 3209 Rudolph Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701 is assisting the family with the arrangements.


  1. Linda L Stechmesser(LIPKE April 19, 2019

    Jim am so sorry to see passing of your son remember the good times you have had, Cary is always with you watching over you. My condolences again to you!!

  2. Donna Goetsch April 15, 2019

    We are so sorry to hear of Cary's passing. Our deepest sympathy to your entire family.

  3. Ryan Buss April 15, 2019

    Thoughts and prayers are with you all. I had the privilege to have Coach Osborn as a position coach, while at UWEC. Coach Osborn was a huge influence on my life, not only as a football player, but life in general. Ozzy was a great motivator and got the most out of myself and many, many others. He was respected by all and will be greatly missed. I know his two boys meant the world to him and can’t imagine what they are going through. Stay strong guys and hopefully, at some point, you will realize how lucky you were to have him as long as you did. RIP Coach!

  4. Hilary Melville April 14, 2019

    I will always remember Cary as a cute little kid, full of smiles and energy. It was fun to see him in the summers at the A&W and hear his stories of his escapades of the day. I am so sorry for your loss, Jim and Lynda. The death of a son or daughter is a pain that no parent should ever have to endure. My thoughts are with you.

  5. Jan Oestreich April 12, 2019

    My deepest condolences to Lynda all of Cary’s family. Cary was such a wonderful young man when I knew him as a student at AHS, and I’ll never forget the twinkle in his eye (and what a fine athlete and student he was!) He will always be remembered by all of us who were lucky enough to know him.

  6. cindy Eckes April 12, 2019

    Jim, Linda and family-

    I am so sorry to hear of Cary's passing. It is so sad to know his life and the future memories together were cut short. It isn't suppose to happen to young man. I hope you find strength in one another and the beautiful memories you made while he was here. I am typing this through tears as I watch your beautiful video/tribue and I see what a wonderful son, father, and brother he is... I only knew him as a family friend and ball player and your family was always wonderful and only good memories together with the St. Arnault family. My deepest sympathy to all of you.

    Cindy Eckes ( St. Arnault)

  7. Chuck Wavrunek April 12, 2019

    My condolences to the Osborn family. Cary was an inspiration to all on the football field and in life. I had the privilege of playing for him as a senior at EC and coaching with him a young 1st year coach. He always looked out for us offensive linemen and made sure we were appreciated, especially by his rb's. He was a class act, a great friend and mentor. Until we meet again, Godspeed Ozzy!

  8. Carol (Barnett) Anderson April 12, 2019

    Jim, Lynda, Scotty and Cary's boys: My heart breaks for all of you, Cary's family! Sending prayers for peace and comfort during this difficult time. Cary will be greatly missed by many. Until you meet again...may you remember all the wonderful memories thru the years! God's Blessings to All of You!

  9. Dana Strain April 11, 2019

    I'm so sorry to hear the news about Cary's passing. My deepest sympathies to his family. Cary was such a genuinely good person. As a former teammate, I always recognized his excellence as a player - yet in all my time knowing Cary he never acted or treated anyone like he was different or better... he was truly respected and he will be dearly missed.

  10. Greg Sonsalla April 11, 2019

    I am truly stunned by the news of Ozzy's passing. My deepest sympathies to the Osborn’s and his extended families. Rest In Peace my fellow Beaver, Blugold, and friend.

  11. Tim Blair April 11, 2019

    Saddened to hear the tough news regarding Cary. I have such fond memories of our friendship. Just hanging out with him and our friends in the dorm and practicing on the basketball court under the watchful eye of Coach Anderson was a big part of our first year at UW-Eau Claire. We remained close throughout our time at the University and I always looked forward to our lunches at Davies and shooting the breeze with Jon C, Chris H, Mike J, and Mike P. My father passed away a few years back and I always say that I wish I had one more round golf with him. Now I am saying the same thing about you. Thoughts and prayers for your family.

  12. Jon Steinke April 11, 2019

    My deepest sympathy to Cary's family. He was a great teammate and classmate. Cary was a true competitor and had a positive impact on those around him. My thoughts and prayers are with Cary's family and friends.

  13. Mark Scully April 11, 2019

    My deepest condolences to the Osborn family. Cary was a special person, a fierce competitor and a good man. My prayers are with the Osborn family during this difficult time. Cary will be dearly missed.

  14. Laurie Zukaitis April 11, 2019

    Cody and Cade you are men of faith. Use it to get you through this awful time. He was a proud dad! We are all behind you! Hugs...Zuk

  15. Chas Pronschinske April 11, 2019

    So sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Lots of great memories with Cary.

  16. Darrell & Pat Kluck April 10, 2019

    Jim and Lynda,
    We were devastated to hear of Cary’s passing. Our thoughts went right back to the days when Cary was a Blugold and all the good times we had together.
    We hold you and your family safe in our hearts at this most difficult time. Sending our love and prayers. ❤️

  17. Kim stair April 10, 2019

    My friend, my mentor, the person to tell me he believed in me when I did not believe in myself. He taught me so much in business and in life. He would always say take the "high road." Always with an I love you at the end of a conversation. Till we meet again my friend.
    My heart goes out to Lynda, Jim, Cody &Cade he will always be walking with you.

  18. Anita (Goss) Beesley April 10, 2019

    My heart and prayers go out to the family and friends of this very special man. Cherish the memories.

  19. Brian & Traci (Tompkins) Martinson April 10, 2019

    To the Osborn family, we are so sorry to hear of Cary’s passing. AHS Class of ‘87 will forever remember Cary and all of his athletic accomplishments, his friendships and contagious smile.

  20. Tim and Ruth Schneider April 10, 2019

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts at this very difficult time. We are praying that God will give each of you comfort and peace.

  21. Jimmy Lee Langhoff April 10, 2019

    The last time I had coffee with Cary he spoke of this complete adoration for his two sons, Cade and Cody. Cary is now free of his pain and in Gods glorious care. My thoughts to his unwavering parents and my prayers to his two phenomenal sons.

  22. Arnie Skrukrud April 10, 2019

    Jim, Lynda, Scotty, and family
    Annette and I send our deepest sympathy to you at this very difficult time. To say I was shocked to hear about Cary would be an understatement. The news did bring back some great memories of the three of us coaching together. If Cary had not had so many irons in the fire, we would have kept that partnership going for a long time. It was fun for me and all of us worked well together. Hopefully the pleasant memories will be a comfort to you in these difficult times.
    Arnie& Annette

  23. Deanna Klindworth April 10, 2019

    I am so sorry for your loss! Prayers and sympathy to all of the family.

  24. Pamela Chapiesky April 10, 2019

    Condolences to you Lynda and husband on this tremendous loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you in remembering this wonderful precious son"

  25. Keven Klopp April 10, 2019

    Cary was an instant friend at Badger Boys State where we shared a dorm room. In our few days there we became good friends. We had Augusta as a common connection because that is where my mother had grown up and still had family. We continued a little after Badger Boys as “pen pals” (e-mail wasn’t quite yet a thing). Then we made frequent contact - literally - once a year on the football field as the Warhawks, who fielded me as a linebacker, played his Blugolds. In adulthood, while he became a developer, my calling was as a city planner regulating development. We raised children of the same age. We acknowledged each other and our common paths one time along that journey - long after e-mail had now become a thing and so had busy, happy lives for each of us. I was saddened immensely by news of his passing, not because we had any continued relationship to speak of, but because a friend once made, even over a few days, is a friend forever. Cary was a special person to offer himself that way and obviously will be greatly missed by those who loved him. My condolences to you all.

  26. Jeremy Bergeron April 9, 2019

    My deepest sympathy prayers go out to the entire Osborn Family. The Blugold Family lost a shining star. Cary was a coach and a mentor and helped me on and off the field. His “Camp Osborn” at the farm was the most intense workout regiment I have ever done. It made us faster, stronger, mentally tougher, and closer as a team. His camp made our dreams of a Conference Championship a reality.

    After college I invested in real estate because of Cary’s urging and it has served me and my family well.

    Cary thank you for your dedication to making us better athletes and men. I will pray for your soul my friend and I’ll miss that bright smile when we would meet. Godspeed

  27. John and Jennifer Panzigrau April 9, 2019

    So sorry to hear of Cary's sudden passing. He will be remembered for all his great accomplishments. Our deepest condolences.

  28. Wendy Peterson April 9, 2019

    My sincere sympathies to the whole family. Prayers for God's peace and comfort to all. In High School I had the privilege of having my locker next to Cary's. He was always pleasant, kind and cheerful with a smile.

  29. Tammy and Dave Kirby April 9, 2019

    Jim and Lynda and family,

    I am so sorry to hear about Cary's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  30. Wendy Peterson April 9, 2019

    My sincere sympathies to the whole family. Prayers for God's peace and comfort to all.
    In High School I had the privilege of having my locker next to Cary. He was always pleasant, kind and cheerful with a big smile.

  31. Kim, Tim, Avery and Andrew Ernstmeyer April 9, 2019

    We are deeply saddened about Cary’s passing. May God’s loving comfort, combined with your memories of all the good times together, sustain you during this difficult time. We will forever remember Cary on the baseball and football fields coaching his beloved boys, Cade and Cody.

  32. Joe Ruppert April 9, 2019

    I'm very sorry to hear about Cary's passing. I instantly recognized him from U.W. Eau Claire when I saw his passing posted on Facebook. After reading about his great life, I remembered playing many basketball pick up games with him at UWEC. My condolences to you, his friends and family during this very difficult time. May God Bless You...from a fellow Bluegold.

  33. Susan Frankenberget April 9, 2019

    Lynda and Jim my sincerest sympathy in the loss of Cary I know that no words can be said or written that will ever ease your pain but know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I hope that someday you will be able to think of him and smile at his memory and the tears are of joy and no longer just sadness.
    May God be with you at this difficult time

  34. Kathy Berlin April 9, 2019

    Dear Shefchik and Osborn families--The entire Daniels family would like to extend our sincere condolences on the loss of Cary. Please know that we are all thinking about you at this difficult time in your lives.


  35. Jennifer (Honadel) Krueger April 9, 2019

    My sincere condolences to your family. I was deeply saddened when I heard the news of Cary's passing. He will forever hold a place in my heart. May the Lord be with you in your time of grief.

  36. George Tait April 9, 2019

    So sorry for your loss. I had a chance to thank him just a few weeks back for all his hard work coaching football my sophomore year in HS at Fall Creek. He had the biggest smile ????. Thoughts & prayers. -Tait family

  37. Jill (Nelson) Spangler April 9, 2019

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. My deepest sympathy in the loss of your Son.

  38. Joe and Lori Bechtel April 9, 2019

    We are in such shock over this! We are so sorry for your loss and our prayers are with you all. Cary was a great guy and we have so many fun memories from our younger years. He left his mark on many.

  39. Patti & Steve Denk April 9, 2019

    Loved Cary’s smile and disposition. He cared about His Kids and other Kids that he coached also.
    So Sorry for His loss to his Parents, His 2 Boys, and All who cared for him. Nice Guys have many people they touch. Cary had a Boatload!!

  40. Todd Stefanic April 9, 2019

    Jim & Lynda,

    Just crushed to hear about this, as are all of his class of '87 schoolmates. So sorry for your loss. Everybody loved Carey and he will be sorely missed.

  41. Ruth Mary Anderson April 9, 2019

    We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our hearts and prayers. I've loved Cary forever and especially from the time he called me "little Ruthie". Precious memories.

  42. Peter Herrell April 9, 2019

    Jim & Linda. I was very sorry to hear about your sons death. He went way to soon. Pete Herrell

  43. Duke Anderson April 9, 2019

    It is tough to lose an old friend but I will always cherish the memory of Cary trying to give me a puppy and his sling shot story.

  44. Lisa and Mike Graf April 9, 2019

    Thinking of Cary's family and friends during this extremely difficult time. May you find comfort knowing the thousands of lives he touched personally and professionally during his 49 short years. He will be in our hearts and memories forever.

  45. Ken and Cheryl Olson April 9, 2019

    Jim and Lynda we were so sorry hear about Cary. He was so loved by you both. Pleas know we are thinking and praying for you during this difficult time.

  46. Gloria Crossman April 9, 2019

    I am so very sorry to hear. Prayers and strength for dealing with this very hard time.

  47. Josh Metzger April 9, 2019

    I was deeply saddened to hear the news of Cary passing. Coach Osborn (Ozzy) was my first position coach upon arriving at UWEC as a freshman quarterback. He was a great coach and always had a smile on his face. The love he showed to his players was immense. He wanted nothing but success for them. The love he showed for his sons was even greater. To Cody and Cade...stay strong during this very hard time. Please know there will be pain, but try to find happiness from the memories you can still enjoy.

  48. Lisa Ives (Geissler) April 9, 2019

    Jim, Linda, Scotty, Cody and Cade, I'm so very sorry to hear this. Prayers to all of you during this difficult time.

  49. Fred Ackley April 9, 2019

    As a grad of Whitehall HS and UW-EC I followed Cary's HS and college careers. My condolences to his family and friends ????????????

  50. Pat and Matt Gabler April 9, 2019

    Matt and I send our deepest sympathies and Prayers to the Osborn Family

  51. Sharon Zimmerman April 9, 2019

    So sorry for your loss. Cary was such a joy to be around in school and otherwise. He always had a smile on his face and was an all-around great person. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

  52. Bernie and Ellen Killian April 9, 2019

    Please accept our sympathy. May your faith and memories of Cary, help his family & friends through this difficult time. As so many reminisce about the athletic standout Cary was, may his sons, Cade and Cody feel the love and strength of their father today and always.
    My last visit with Cary is fitting, it was at a Regis basketball game. Rest in peace Cary.
    Love and peace, Bernie and Ellen

  53. Kevin Feather April 9, 2019

    Cary, I met Cary when we listed East Bay lodge. He was incredibly professional to work with. His property was my first big sale. I kept in touch with him every few months or so. He was a sharp sucessful business man. My daughter is was a football cheerleader at Chetek and a few years ago one of his sons had the winning play at Carson Park. I congratulated him in a text. God bless his boys and his family. He will be missed. Im so very very sorry.

  54. Don and Judy DeShong April 9, 2019

    We are heartbroken over the loss of your wonderful son Cary. Jim and Linda, as Cary’s mom and dad, please know that our prayers are with you. May God be with you in the days ahead and give your strength.
    Don and Judy DeShong

  55. Jonathan Sylte April 9, 2019

    Rest in Peace Cary. Someday we'll run the Power again, and I'll get that down-block for you.

  56. Jason Janke April 9, 2019

    Thoughts and prayers to Cary’s family. It’s unfathomable to me that he is gone so young. Having competed with and against, Cary, I can sure attest to all the great things being said about him. True competitor. Sending the best to Mr. & Mrs. Osborn and Cary’s sons.

  57. Jeana Walters April 9, 2019

    What a tremendous loss. Cary was a mentor, motivator and tremendous leader at work. He paved a path for our team through many obstacles and taught us all how to be successful using his countless sports analogies. Your great smile and poised commanding presence will never be forgotten. RIP and may your family know how much we respected you.

  58. Alfred and Renee Straschinske April 9, 2019

    Our deepest and sincere sympathy to the entire Osborn family.

  59. Christine (Rybak) Sellek April 9, 2019

    I am so sorry for this terrible loss. My thoughts are with you and your family and friends. Cary was a good friend to me.

  60. Tony and Ann Reinders April 9, 2019

    Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  61. Kris Jaenke April 9, 2019

    My sincerest & deepest sympathies to his sons & family.

  62. John Anderson April 9, 2019

    So sorry for your family! Cary left so many great memories with so many people! His life was special as in doing this, he made this world a better place! Prayers to you all!

  63. Brenda Straschinske/Ryan April 9, 2019

    Jim and Linda, so sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

  64. Don and Dyan Steinke April 8, 2019

    This is such a shock. Our sincere sympathies to the family. Prayers for peace and comfort to all.

  65. Laurisa (Sonsalla) Rosenow April 8, 2019

    This is unbelievable news. I am so incredibly sorry for the immense loss Cary’s entire family is going through. It’s a sad time for so many who knew him and admired him. I’m very, very sorry.

  66. Larea Diehl Holmgreen April 8, 2019

    Prayers for your family, Lynda and Jim. Words fail me at this time but I know God will hold you all in the palm of His hand!

  67. Shelley Mitchell April 8, 2019

    We are all so heart broken over the loss of our close friend Cary. He was such a wonderful, talented, charismatic, funny, loving, caring, smart, successful, athletic, giving, one of kind man who touched us all and left his mark on our hearts. He will be remembered as a man who loved his sons Cody and Cade with his whole heart and soul. We will hold on to all the great memories and cherish the time we had with him. We will miss him every single day. Cary knew the Mitchell family loved him and he will always be thought of as a member of our family. All our love to the Osborn family,

  68. Jerry and Sandy (Hahn) Boettcher April 8, 2019

    So very sorry for your loss. Cary was an outstanding man and will be missed by many. Prayers to your family having to endure the loss of a son. Remember all the great memories and hold them close to your heart.

  69. Garnet and Wally Shong April 8, 2019

    In a state of shock....hearing such news of Cary's passing. How very sad for you Mom and Dad to lose such a priceless son and for his boys. How heavy our hearts are for you ..We know that as he was raised he passed into the arms of his saviour.

  70. Patti (Honadel) Nicholson April 8, 2019

    Jim and Lynda, my deepest condolences to both of you. Sending prayers for you in this sad time.

  71. Charlie & Jody Shong April 8, 2019

    Jim and Linda we are so incredibly sorry for your loss! Please know we will hold you all in our hearts and pray that you are able to wrap yourself in Cary’s loving memory! Hugs and love to you all!

    Charlie and Jody

  72. Mitch & Leann Balliett April 8, 2019

    So sorry to hear this heartbreaking news. Thinking of you all during this difficult time. Hugs to you.

  73. Jim and Jan Harriman April 8, 2019

    So sorry for the loss of your son Jim and Linda. Our sympathy to your family and friends. May God be with you in the days ahead and your memories help you during this difficult time.

  74. Ken and Verna Grams April 8, 2019

    Jim and Linda, so very sorry to hear about Cary’s passing. Our condolences to you and Carys family. Prayers for comfort to you all.

  75. Sandy Strobush April 8, 2019

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers for all.

  76. Robert Lien April 8, 2019

    All day I have been reflecting on childhood memories of Cary and the family gatherings. One that stands out the most is how a friendly game of spoons would always become very, very competitive. I will always remember his huge smile!

  77. Kim A Krueger April 8, 2019

    So sorry to hear this news Cary will always be remembered as just a great individual, didn't get to see him that often but sure enjoyed it when I did. Hugs to family.

  78. Fred Hoyme April 8, 2019

    We are so sorry for your loss Jim and Linda.

    Fred and Bonnie Hoyme

  79. Shawn k Doughty-Springer April 8, 2019

    My deepest sympathy to Carys family.

  80. Christine J Schultz April 8, 2019

    I am so sadeened to hear this terrible news. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

  81. Kathy Olson April 8, 2019

    Sincere condolences to Cary's family. This is such heartbreaking news. Hugs and Prayers!

  82. Brenda (Anibas) Larson April 8, 2019

    I can’t believe this. I am so sorry. I will always remember him coming to the root beer stand with the Balliett boys and the day they left me that big tip. I can’t imagine what this must be like for you. No parent should ever have to bury a child or grandchild. My thoughts and prayers are wit you all.

  83. Suzie Twite April 8, 2019

    We were so sorry to hear of Cary's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time. God's Peace.

  84. Mary Biegel April 8, 2019

    My sincere condolences and prayers to Cary's family. He will be greatly missed.

  85. Beth Salonek April 8, 2019

    This news is heartbreaking. Prayers go out to all of his family especially Cade and Cody whom he loved so much! God's speed