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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Gary Blatt

1950 - 2021

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Gary Stuart Blatt (z"l), 70, passed away February 28th, 2021 in Pocatello, ID. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, he later resided in New Jersey and then sprouted southern roots in South Carolina before coming to live with his daughter in Idaho. He worked for the US Army for over 40 years in NJ and SC.
A friend of felines, particularly his departed companions Diamond and Catamaran, he was also the family chef whose favorite ingredient, he always said, was love (especially if schmeared...

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Kathryn Kirkpatrick

March 13, 2021 8:52 PM

Samantha & Joshua,
Your dad loved to talk with me about you and your work and how very proud he was that you both chose to follow paths of joy in your work. He said he didn’t completely understand, but always trusted your choices ;-)
I’ve known Gary nearly 20 years and treasure him in my heart. Gary believed in me and my potential and was very encouraging. He challenged me, adored my kids and always made me think. He was a champion & fighter for what was right & always willing to “fight the man” if needed.
Gary loved soldiers and the mission of the Army Reserve & was proud to be part of it in such an important way.
He will be missed!

Bruce Colfin

March 8, 2021 1:10 PM

I am so sorry to hear of Gary's passing. I must have first met Gary when he and I were about 4 or 5.  I lived at 739 Van Siclen Avenue, he lived two buildings down. He, my brother, and I, and others, hung around on the block we grew up on, while we grew up.  We were in each others houses many times over the years. He was a good guy. Unfortunately, when he moved to New Jersey and I to Long Island in our teens we lost touch for many years. G-D Bless him and his family, May his memory be for a blessing, always.

Eddie Magwood

March 6, 2021 8:19 AM

Gary was a kind hearted friend and also a great mentor in training me in my current job over 15 years ago. Will always be in my heart and forever thankful. Rest my friend

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