Gary Bryon Marsing of Grantsville, UT passed away April 26, 2023, in his home surrounded by his family. Gary was born September 13, 1956, in Oakland, CA to Douglas Bert Marsing and Doris Jean Clary. In his youth Gary enjoyed playing baseball, building and riding go-carts and motorcycles. He loved anything he could build to go faster. He enjoyed going gold hunting in the Uinta Mountains with his dad and carried that tradition on to his family. Gary was very protective and always looked out for his sisters.
Gary enjoyed working with his hands whether he was being a mechanic, a carpenter, doing auto body or driving a truck he enjoyed getting dirty and creating.
Later in life he became a ward missionary and enjoyed talking to and serving his ward family.
Gary loved his wife Denise and being a father. He loved watching and supporting his children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews in their many activities.
He loved his Harley Davidson motorcycles, camping, boating and having fun with his family and friends. He loved adventure and seeing the joy on the faces of his kids, grandkids, nieces and nephews when showing or bringing them along on a new adventure.
Gary was proceded in death by his parents and niece, LeAnn (LeLe) Brohman. He is survived by his wife Denise Shelton Marsing, his sons Trevor (Taylor) Harbolt and Douglas Bert Marsing, his bonus daughters Angela (Jeff) Jensen, Chaelynn (Travis) Rackley and Crystal (Nathan) Withers. His sisters Suzan (Mike) Latshaw, Cora (Paul) Alvis, and Laura (Donald) Brohman. Eleven grandchildren and 30 nieces and nephews.
The family would like to give a special thanks to all his doctors, nurses and caregivers who helped to give us more time with him over the years.
A Viewing will be held at 10:00 am on Saturday May 6, 2023, at the LDS Church located at 81 N Church Street, Grantsville, UT. Funeral services will be at 11:00 am. The Interment will be at the Grantsville Cemetery directly after the funeral.
Gary was proud to donate to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. In Lieu of flowers please consider a donation in his honor.