Gary Roland Teague

Gary Teague

Gary Roland Teague, 81 of Snohomish, Washington died October 7, 2018.

This is the ending of a larger-than-life man who looked back at his roads traveled with few regrets and who gave thanks to an ever-loving God.

Gary was born in Westboro, Missouri on September 21, 1937, the seventh child of ten children born to Arthur and Marie Teague.

He was reared and educated in Westboro, graduating in the class of 1955.  After high school, he joined the US Air Force.  After military service, Gary went on to work for Lockheed Martin, Hitco, and Ametek-Haveg, before taking the leap to run his own company in the high-temperature textile industry until his retirement.  Having traveled the world, he was both a leader and maverick in the industry and was one of the first US businessmen to travel to the far reaches in Eastern Europe in 1992 just after the breakup of the former Soviet Union. He was seen as a pioneer in the industry and had friends and colleagues spread across the globe.

Besides his work, he had a life-long passion for fishing, enjoyed watching a good football game and having a martini or two. Gary was a prolific writer and communicator and he influenced both acquaintances and strangers alike.

Gary is survived by his daughter Michele and husband Shane and granddaughter Sara.  He is also survived by his two brothers; Ted and wife Barbara Teague of Lincoln, Nebraska and Tom Teague of Grapevine, Texas.

He is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.  He is proceeded in death by his parents, four brothers Bob, Don, Herb, Jim, Tearance (Kent), and two sisters Betty and Bonnie.

An interment service will be held on October 29, 2018 at 11am MDT at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery, 10100 Horseshoe Bend Road, Boise, Idaho.

2 Responses to “Gary Roland Teague”

  • Nicole clayton says:

    It’s Nicole his other grandchild. I just found out and need to reach Michelle please contact me at 5195669629 or 2263478555


  • Craig Teague says:

    Loved my Uncle Gary so much. Was such a great person and best friend to my Dad.
    Forever grateful for the memories.

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