Gary P. Bouckhuyt

Gary P. Bouckhuyt

August 13, 1949 – November 20, 2020


Preceded in death by parents, Ralph and Annabell.  Survived by wife, Marty; son, Brian; sisters, Pamela Benson (Bob) and Nancy Moore; nephews, Alex Lundy (Tiffany) and Kenny Moore (Tiffany).

MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Tuesday, November 24th at 10:30am at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (215 N. 13th Street, Fort Calhoun, Neb), with visitation starting at 9:30am at the church.  Interment: Calvary Cemetery.  Memorials may be directed to the family.

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  • Ken and Kathy Broz Posted November 21, 2020 9:02 pm

    Marty and Brian, It was a great shock to hear of Gary’s passing. There has been so much suffering in the world with the virus and one never thinks it can strike so close to home. We will miss his enthusiasm, his quick wit and gregarious smile and laugh. May God console you in this time of grief. We know Gary’s suffering has been taken away by the Lord but we know the pain continues to reside in your hearts with your loss. We offer you our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord and let the perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.

  • Diane OHern Posted November 23, 2020 8:50 pm

    Marty and Brian,
    We were saddened to hear of Gary’s passing. We were thinking of him and praying for him when we first found out he was ill. May you cherish the memories you had with Gary and may those thoughts carry you through the pain of losing a loved one. Our sincerest sympathies to both of you.

  • TERRELL AND EILEEN RIDENOUR Posted November 24, 2020 9:13 am

    I am so saddened to hear that Gary has passed away and Gary was like the brother I never had.. Gary and I worked together off and on for over 34 years. Gary and I worked together in Tucson Arizona St Mary’s Hospital for over a year which was one of our closest times and how we used to work together as a Team. . He also joined our team with a company called professional Electronic Services in Omaha Nebraska where we repaired and sold ATM machines. I guess what I’m trying to say is Gary was an asset wherever he worked. As my brother he will be truly missed and our deepest condolences for Marty and Brian for their loss.

  • Tiffiney Radik Posted November 24, 2020 9:22 am

    My heart goes out to you Marty & Brian. I feel your loss…. I hope and pray you have healing and comfort in the coming days, weeks, and years, He was a great father and a loving husband, I hope you are reminded of the good times, as your heart grieves and heals.

    Where ever your heart is, I am there
    Breath life and live, because I am there
    Rest your troubled mind, I am there
    I will always be there
    -Tiffiney R

  • Vida Little Posted November 24, 2020 11:37 am

    Marty & Brian, my heart continues to go out to both of you. May God comfort and strengthen you both as you continue to carry memories of Gary in your hearts.

  • Michelle Franks Posted November 24, 2020 4:37 pm

    To Gary’s loved ones,

    I just wanted you all to know how loved he was at Children’s Hospital. Gary was constantly checking in on us and making sure everything was working correctly even if we didn’t call him first. He always took such great care of us. We are all shocked and heartbroken over hearing about him passing. I will miss our talks out by the ambulances together. He was a very special man with a beautiful heart. My prayers are with all of those who loved him dearly.

  • Howard Hill Posted November 24, 2020 11:39 pm

    Sorry I couldn’t make it. I was planning on getting out west this year but with everything going on it didn’t work out Now the chance is gone so sorry. I left a message on his phone after I heard he was sick hope he received it. Sorry for your loss, just remember the good times.

  • Diane Losh Posted November 25, 2020 10:24 pm

    I truly enjoyed working And conversing with Gary over the past 30 years. He was good at whatever he did and I enjoyed catching up on some old times recently at Children’s Hospital in the cafeteria.

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