Gary Haworth


Gary Haworth


Gary Haworth

Gary Haworth was born in Billings on Feb. 17, 1948. He graduated from West High and served in the Vietnam War. Later, he worked for Boise Cascade. He was married to Marcella Dutchak and they had one daughter, Carrie.

He loved spending time with family and friends, and also spending time with his dad and grandkids. He enjoyed working in his yard and going to coffee with his coffee buddies. Gary was always there for people who needed help. His work was work of perfection.

Gary passed away on Oct. 6, 2017, at his home.

Gary was preceded in death by his wife, Marcella Haworth; sisters Donna Allen and Shirley Delao; and mother Lydia Haworth.

He is survived by his daughter Carrie Haworth Berg; son-in-law Scott Berg; and three grandchildren, Zachary, Bailey and Eli; his father, Everett Haworth; sisters Geri Allen (his twin) and Bev Peterson; and many nieces and nephews.

He loved his family and friends. He will be greatly missed.

A vigil will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary, 1001 Alderson Ave. Memorial mass will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at St. Patrick Co-Cathedral, 215 N. 31st St.

Leave a Memory or Condolence

6 thoughts on “Gary Haworth”

  1. My heart sank when I saw of Gary’s passing in the Gazette today. The last time I saw him was at Marcella’s funeral and so much sparkle in his eyes had left him with her passing but he was physically strong so I was shocked this morning that he too was gone. I met Gary when he worked for Boise Cascade some 30 years ago and later when I was the Andersen window product manager at LYS he was assigned to be my millwork guy. Gary would always go the extra mile for me and did everything I asked of him, and I in turn, would never turn him down for requests for time off. We worked as partners and not as boss/employee and it worked well for us. He always did top notch work and made us both look good. He was just a good man.
    Ironically, my father George became one of Gary’s coffee buddies at the Muzzel Loader when Gary retired.
    So I offer my condolences to his family here as I will not be able to attend his funeral. We all share in your loss.
    Dale Haider

  2. I never met Gary, but worked for years with his sister, Geri. My condolences and heart felt prayers to his friends and family. Wishing you peace and comfort as you remember Gary.
    ~Christina Smith

  3. I am so sorry for your loss, he was such a nice man. He was such a good friend to my grandfather since I can remember. My heart goes out to all of you, he left a big impression. God Bless.

  4. I’m sorry for your loss. He was a kind sweet man. I’m glad I was able to meet him. He was loved by many. He will be greatly missed! Melissa & Gavin Hopper

  5. I am so sorry to here about Gary, I have known him since 1971 when I met his wife too, we all use to go out with Geri and Al, John and Donna. Fishing was the good times with all of us and Spec and Betty can’t forget them. We all were a good bunch, lots of laughs and joking around. Good people!!!!! Mom and I can’t come to the service it hurts to much since we lost Brian but our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God Bless Carrie and her family!!!!

  6. I was saddened to learn of Gary’s passing this week. Thoughts and prayers go out to Carrie and family. May you find comfort in knowing he is at peace and with Marcy now. God bless you.

    Laurie (Fischer) Rodriguez

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *