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Dedicated To
Our Dear
Sweet Brother
And
Loving Father
And Son
Gary William
Christiansen
Who Is So Truely
Loved And Missed
By Us All

Gary Was
Stationed At
Fallon Nevada
1956 ~ 1957

OCCUPATIONS

Merchant Policeman
For
Central Security
Systems
Place
Lewiston Idaho
also for
Peter Kiewit & Sons Inc.
Contractor in charge
of constructing the
levees at Lewiston Ida
as part of the Lower
Granite Dam Project

He also worked as a
Taxicab Driver in
Lewiston Idaho

* SERVED *
UNITED STATES
NAVY


Recieved A
Honorable Discharge
February 6th
* 1962 *
***

Born
January 2, 1939
Place
Pocatello Idaho


Gary's Obituary

Died
August 20, 1975
Of Cancer

Place
Veterans Hospital
Spokane Washington
Buried
Lewis~Clark
Memorial Cemetery
Lewiston Idaho

FATHER

Carl Christiansen

MOTHER

Mary Ella Stewart

SPOUSE

Peggy Louise Graham

Born July 22, 1942

Gary & Peggy Were Married
In The Yard Of Russ & Ella Bratton
Gary's Mother And Stepfather

MARRIED

June 17, 1959
3620 18th St.
Lewiston Idaho

CHILDREN

MEMORIAL To TINA & GARY
click here

1. Tina Marie Christiansen/Barklow
Born January 1, 1961
Place
Lewiston Idaho

Spouse
Dan Barklow
Born June 14, 1961

Married
Sept 8, 1992
Place
Idaho

2. Rusty Lee Christiansen
Born August 21, 1962
Place
Idaho

3. Ellie Kay Christiansen
Born June 25, 1964
Place
Idaho


A Little Bit About Gary

I'd like to tell you a little
about Gary and what kind of
person he was.
He loved music of
all kinds and he was
an excellent dancer.
I remember when he
got his first
surround sound
stereo system.
He was so
excited over it.
He had me listen
to it, and he
asked me,"Can
You feel the music"?
I didn't realize
until then, how much
he enjoyed music.

He taught me how
to dance.
It only took one
dance with him
and I was able
to follow him,
I always did the
leading before
that!

Gary was a wonderful
Son to Our Parents.
He always showed
his Love and
Respect for them,
and he would stop
you dead in your
tracks if you got
out of line with
the folks.
He would always stop
by Dad and Moms to
have coffee with them
during his breaks
at work.

Gary didn't interfere
in other peoples
business, but he
would when it came
to Mom and Dad.

Like I said, he
never interfered
in your business
and never passed
judgement on any
one. He would listen
when you needed someone
to talk to and never
gave advice unless you
asked him for it.

Gary and Judy were
very close, as close
as any brother and
sister could be.
They were Best Friends.

When Gary was about
11 or 12 years old,
he worked all day at
the circus, to earn
enough money for Judy
and him to go see
the circus. Judy ended
being really sick
and couldn't go.
Gary went, but he
was so tired from
working all day, that
he slept through the
whole thing!