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Mittrucker, Gary

In Loving Memory

Mittrucker, Gary Michael

July 1, 1954 - February 19, 2024

Mittrucker, Gary M., 69, passed away suddenly on Monday, February 19th, 2024. Son of the late Joseph Mittrucker Sr. and late Viola (nee Hampton) Mittrucker.

Gary is survived by his children, Maria (Eric) Carpenter, Robin (Matt) Kakta, and Michael Mittrucker.

Loving Grandpa to Tori, Madison, Dillon, Cole, Lauren, Evan, and Ava.

Cherished brother to Ronald (Loretta) Mittrucker, Joseph (Cindy) Mittrucker Jr., Thomas (Karen) Mittrucker, Mary (Trent) White, Sharon (Lou) Garlich, and Karen Duckworth.  Beloved uncle, cousin, co-worker, and friend to many.

Gary was a dedicated tradesman, specializing in electrical work and maintenance. He was always lending a helping hand to family and friends. In his free time, Gary enjoyed building Model T Cars and attending Car Shows. He will be missed by all those who knew him.

Visitation Tuesday, February 27, 3:00 p.m. until Service 7:00 p.m. at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to a charity of your choice.


3 thoughts on “Mittrucker, Gary Michael”

  1. Gary, what a great guy! He loved his Ford Trucks. I will miss him giving me shit about driving a Chevy vs his Ford Raptor. Hard work and friend to all. RIP chuck. You are missed.

  2. Gary was a valuable member of our staff and was key to keeping things humming in our plant. We quickly grew fond of him as he was such a likeable guy and had a great sense of humor. We were shocked to hear of his passing and he will leave a hole that will be tough to fill, particularly the upbeat attitude he brought to the job every day. We’ll miss you , Gary!
    Michael Meuser
    ProPack Packaging

  3. Gary and I worked on some glue machines over at Glideaway and then ran into him through Pro Pack. Very sad to hear of his passing. He was a great guy and always so easy to approach and talk to. One of my favorite customers over the years. He will be missed.


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