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SRMGC Member Gary Sosinski Left Us Too Soon

 Our club lost a wonderfully kind and gentle soul, Gary Sosinski, on November 11 as he passed away at St. Charles Hospital with his family at his side.  Michelle Sosinski, his wife of 47 years, describes Gary as a happy extrovert – kind, caring, generous and with a positive attitude toward life.  She added that while there is sadness there is also pride, love and a lifetime of great memories to enjoy. Gary, who was 69 at his passing, truly loved Sunriver and all the activities it had to offer.  He especially enjoyed golfing with his friends and acting with the Sunriver Stars troupe, holding the position of director of marketing with the Stars and performing in several productions, notably playing the lead role to sold-out performances of “The Butler Did It”.  Jim Montroy, his friend and co-worker behind the scenes at Sunriver Stars and sometimes golf partner, said that Gary was always smiling and helpful and that he’d be greatly missed by the entire community. Gary was not one to do anything in half-measure as he showed great passion for the Oregon Ducks, his wife’s pies, and tried never to miss a Bruce Springsteen concert in Portland.  Anyone who spent any time with Gary felt his kindness and recognized his quick wit and great way with words.  Upon retirement from his work life, Gary volunteered with Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) to serve as an advocate for abused and neglected foster children in Oregon. Donations may be made in Gary’s name to www.oregoncasanetwork.org. May he rest in peace.
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