Gary R. Mote
Gary R. Mote, 54, passed away suddenly Dec. 19, 2019 in Baltimore MD. He was born 9-23-65 in Oklahoma City. Gary was employed by Northrop Grumman as Chief Metrologist. He loved his work and many friends. He loved a challenge and was acknowledged by Northrop Grumman for his creativity and unique problem solving skills. Gary loved fishing, camping, playing pool and everything OU. Gary attended Kennedy Elementary and Irving Middle School in Norman and the University of Oklahoma. Gary's joyful spirit will be missed by his coworkers, many friends, his family, and his cherished Lynn Strykowski. Gary is preceded in death by his brother, Randy Mote, his father Jim Mote, and many aunts and uncles. Gary is survived by his mother, Rosalee Gray, his beloved step father Ross Gray, nephews Brodie and Axton Mote, Brodie's wife Tara, great nephew and niece Dean and Tori Mote, aunts Vera Willey and Evelyn Renfro. Gary's generous spirit and quick wit will be missed by his many cousins and all who had the honor of knowing him. Funeral Home Bradley Ashton Kehl of Dundalk, MD cites donations to homeless shelters of one's choosing in Gary's name as he was known and loved by the homeless in Baltimore.
Published on January 10, 2020

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Jeana Jacobs-Dorsey
Jan 16, 2020
Sending my condolences to the Mote family. I loved watching Gary have fun as our Hornet mascot. Rest Well classmate, Rest Well. BTW C/O 84.
Jeana Jacobs-Dorsey
Jan 16, 2020
Sending my condolences to the Mote family. I loved watching Gary have fun as our Hornet mascot. Rest Well classmate, Rest Well. BTW C/O 84.
Stephanie Pegues Cooper
Jan 13, 2020
Condolences to Mote family on the loss of your beloved Gary. He will be missed by all.
kevin
Jan 13, 2020
I remember garyv putting the hornet mascot on in the locker room, and me telling him I have some his legs look like toothpicks.!! We laugh a long time about it!
Shiphrah Ross
Jan 13, 2020
My condolences to the family.
Jeanetta Williams
Jan 12, 2020
Gary was such a kind person. He was a great part of the Hornet Nation in 1984. He will be missed.