Gary E. Newville

By March 3, 2013 Obituaries

Gary Newville, 64 of North Charleston died on Saturday.  Mr. Newville was the husband of Rosalie Newville.  He was a former supervisor at Sonoco Paper Products and was the owner and operator of Stinger Boats.

A memorial services celebrating his life will take place on Wednesday, March 6 at 2:00PM at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services (7475 Peppermill Parkway, North Charleston SC 29418.

7 Comments

  • Eric Gibeaut says:

    Gary (Bubba) was a great friend and a hard worker in the 81st and 38th Aerial Port Squadrons. We took many trips together all over the world and Gary enjoyed seeing and doing new things wherever we went. What wonderful stories he could tell! God is with you Rosie and Craig. Eric+Bonnie

  • Edith Grainger says:

    So sorry to hear of Garys passing. It was nice working with him in aerial port and vehicle operations. Peace to his family and friends.

  • Tish Brinkley says:

    Rosie and Craig,
    Im so sorry to hear about Gary passing. I will always remember his funny stories, that jolly smile, and hard work, especially in the boat world. May God lift you both up in prayer.

  • Bill Whitworth says:

    We all have lost a great husband, father and dear friend. I live in Florida and did not receive the notice in time to attend the memorial service but I will be there in spirit. I knew Gary from the A.F. Reserve and went on a number of annual tours with Gary. He always made the trips fun and his good nature and easy way with people are things I will never forget. Rosie and Craig, I will keep you in my prayers.

  • Matt Amerson says:

    It came as a shock to hear about Gary’s Passing. I worked with him many years as a Reservist and in his short time as a Civilian Overhire. He was one of the best guys I had the pleasure to know. He was always friendly, and eager to help anyone.

    Rosie and Craig, my thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.

    God Bless!

  • Lisa Flick Posner says:

    Hey guys! Just wanted to stop by and show Mr.Gary some thoughts and prayers.I’ll never forget him and his foot long and I used to think he didnt like me but I was wrong as usual.Mrs.Rosey said he was picking at me and then our friendship took off.I’ll never forget how he named our 1st boat the SSMinnow,and now it’s Bite me.I’m really glad I got to see him recently.I know he is at peace and I hope you and your mom can find some.I know how you feeling Craig.It still feels like yesterday for me but it will get easier in time.We love you guys and we are always here for ya <3 Lisa and Rickey & Family

  • Denise Newville says:

    Dear Rosie & Gary:

    I was so sorry to hear of Gary’s passing. May your memories of him comfort you, I know that he is watching over you. I wished that there had been more opportunities of getting together with you guys. I remember the years as a little girl visiting Michigan, and seeing my grown up cousins, he being one of them. He was a great guy and I know he will be missed. May you feel the warmth of his love knowing that he is resting with the Savior.

    Denise