Gary Lane Niemeyer

October 1, 1950 – March 14, 2020

Gary Niemeyer, 69, of Bryan, TX passed away on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at his home.  Family will be having a private service and interment due to the current pandemic with COVID-19.

Gary was born in Bryan, TX on October 1, 1950 to Milford and Louise Niemeyer.  He served his country in the United States Navy from 1970 to 1974.  Following his military service, he was a truck driver for 35 years, driving for Alenco, Commodity Specialties and Farold, Inc. After his truck driving career, Gary applied his trucking expertise and knowledge and served as a truck dispatcher with Farold, Inc.  During his retirement, Gary enjoyed gardening, playing his guitars, playing bingo, and spending time with family and friends.

Gary is survived by his beloved wife and best friend of 40 years, Connie Niemeyer; son and daughter-in-law, Neill and Lindsey Niemeyer; step-daughter, Jennifer Lemons and her husband Bick; grandchildren, Mason and Paityn Seymour, and Benjamin Lemons; brother and sister-in-law, Mike and Frances Niemeyer; as well as nieces, nephews, cousins, and other cherished family members.

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  1. Gary will be dearly missed
    What a great friend he was in school
    He was a great person in school
    Prayers to Gary and all the family

  2. So very sorry to hear this news. My sincere condolences to his family. May God be with you all in this tough time.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers will be with the Niemeyer family during this sad time. I know through these sad times happy and joyful remembrances will prevail. Frances and Mike , Karen and I are unable to attend the services because we are out of town but we will be thinking of the entire family. Prayers from Karen and Glenn Boone.

  4. My sincere condolences to the entire Niemeyer Family during this very sad and difficult time. Gary was a great guy and a long time friend. He will be greatly missed by all that new him. He dearly loved his family and I know what a great void in your lives the loss of him will be. God’s Blessings be with each of you. You all are in my thoughts and prayers

  5. Worked with Gary at Bernath Concrete….fantastic friend…have missed him since leaving when employment ended and am sure I will miss him until the end of my days!

  6. Connie I’m sorry for your prescious loss Gary was a good man kind and gentle I always had fun with him I pray that the Lord will give you comfort and strength he will be truly missed the Lord called home a beautiful angel

  7. BLESS YOUR HEARTS, HEARTFELT SYMPATHIES and PRAYERS to All of YOU
    during this time❤️❤️❤️❤️

  8. Sweet cousin, best bbq rib cook, and a very good guy. We will miss you Gary! Connie-I’m praying for you and your family. Mike-I’m praying for you and your family too. We were lucky to have him in our lives.

  9. We are so sorry to hear this heart breaking new. Ours thoughts and prayers are with the family. He was such a kind hearted person and will be greatly missed by family and friends. May God surround you with comfort and peace as you get thru these difficult days to come. Love y’all

  10. I am heartbroken that my BFF has lost her husband and best friend. Gary will be missed. Connie, sending you love and hugs. You are in my thoughts daily.

  11. Gary will definitely be missed by all of the friends he made over the years while @ Farold, Inc. He was such a good natured man to work with. My sincere condolences to his entire family during this hard time. Rest in peace my friend!

  12. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Connie. May you find peace and comfort just knowing you will see him again one day. Take care and God Bless!

  13. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Connie. May you find peace and comfort just knowing that you will see Gary again one day. Take care and God Bless!

  14. I am SO sorry, Connie. I know your heart is broken. You, Neill, Jennifer, Frances and Mike and ALL of your family are in my prayers. Gary will be missed. May he rest in peace. I love all of you.

  15. Gary was a good friend of bill and i. May he Rest In Peace. We worked with him at Alenco and many of his friends will miss him. I lost Bill five years ago so I know how you feel. Bless you. Annette Adams

  16. The Shepard family lift you all in prayer at this time of sorrow and pray that God will comfort your hearts by supplying the grace needed to sustain you, the strength needed to move forward and the love to carry you through. ~John 14:1-3

  17. Connie our deepest condolences for you and your family. Gary was a wonderful and caring man whose presence will be missed.

    Mike we know the loss of your brother will be deeply felt. We offer our heartfelt prayers and love.

  18. Had great childhood memories growing up with Gary and Michael . My heart goes out to his wife and children and his dear brother Michael . May the good lord bring you all the peace and comfort you need during this difficult time

  19. My condolences to Connie and family. Worked many years with Gary driving cross country. He was always helpful in many ways to me and others as we would leave Bryan in a convoy heading West, Have lots of memories driving down the road keeping each other awake talking over the CB . Dianne and I will keep you and family in our prayers.

  20. Gary will always have a special place in our hearts here at Farold, Inc. He was not only an excellent driver and dispatcher but also a very good friend to all of us. His kind soul and generous heart will be missed. He always had a way of making us smile even when we were stressing over trucks, drivers and loads. We will keep everyone in our prayers.

  21. What a beautiful person and a great friend. James and I send our prayers to the family During this time . “There you go” was Gary’s way of expressing to you job well done..till we meet again sweet friend..

  22. Connie this is a shock I really like Gary. He was a sweet heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Love you Connie
    Demcie

  23. Connie, Neill and family,
    Sonny and I were shocked to hear of Gary’s passing. I grew up with Gary in Smetana and have a lot of memories. What I remember most about him was that he was always happy, laughing and joking. We are saddened by this loss and send you our sincere condolences and prayers. God bless. Stay strong and safe.

    Love,
    Sonny and Linda Warren

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