Gary Folkers Obituary, Death –
I’m sorry to hear about the passing of Gary Folkers. He sounds like a remarkable person who had a deep passion for ultralight flying and a strong connection to the Skydive Perris community. It’s clear that he touched many lives with his kindness, love for flight, and caring nature towards animals. It’s heartwarming to know that he had such a supportive network of friends and family around him, especially during the challenges he faced after the accident that affected his memory and health.
Paula K Bradley’s presence by his side during his passing highlights the close bond they shared as siblings. Gary’s time at the “No Star Trailer Park” and later at your place, where you became his caregiver, speaks to the close relationships he built over the years.
It’s wonderful to hear that Gary found solace and happiness at Skydive Perris, where he could watch landings, enjoy the company of friends, and spend time with his beloved dog, Pepper. The gratitude expressed by his family for the support he received from Perris Staff and the community reflects the impact he had on those around him.
As his friends, family, and the Skydive Perris community come together to remember and honor Gary, it’s clear that his memory will live on through the stories and moments shared. While the details of the memorial plans are still to be determined, it’s heartening to know that updates will be provided when available.
May Gary rest in peace, and may his legacy of good humor, love for flight, and kindness continue to inspire those who knew him.