Gary Grubb

01/16/1951 - 10/04/2021


Obituary For Gary Grubb

Gary Grubb age 70 of Hamilton passed away on Monday October 4, 2021. He was born on January 16, 1951 in Dayton, OH the son of the late Dallas and Emma (nee Ball) Grubb Sr. He was veteran of the United States Army and retired from Champion Paper Co. after many years of service. He is survived by his loving wife of over 49 years Deborah Grubb; four children Carrie (Rodney) Cooper, Emily (Jay Swindells) Grubb, Scott (Jennifer) Grubb, and Diana Minnick; eight grandchildren Travis Minnick, Baylee (David) Cunningham, Sierra Grubb, Makaylee (Gene Atkins) Heim, Morgan (Mitchell) Burns, Tyler Johnson, Blake Davis, and Samantha Cooper; one great granddaughter Scarlette Heim; three siblings Dallas Grubb Jr, Rosie (John) Heinrich, and James Grubb. He also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, other family and close friends. Gary was preceded in death by his brother Glen Grubb. Visitation will be on Wednesday October 6, 2021 at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield from 10:30AM until the time of the funeral at 12:30PM with Pastor Tim McKnight officiating. Burial will follow in Butler County Memorial Park with full military honors. Online condolences can be made at




Funeral Service

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Webster Funeral Home - Visitation 10:30-12:30 Wed 10-6/Service 12:30 Wed 10-6
3080 Homeward Way
Fairfield, OH 45014

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  • We just learned of Gary's passing and wanted to extend our deepest sympathy to Debbie and the entire family. I worked with Gary in Trim-Pack at Champion and bowled with him in the Mill League . He was a great guy and will ,definitely , be missed.

  • I love hem he my babby he stay with me when he little boy love I can't believe he go love

  • My deepest condolences to all the family and friends, my heart goes out to you all.

  • I send love and condolences to Debbie and family

  • Gary was a good friend of ours for many years. He came to our house on Summer Street and told Kenny and me that he was going to "kidnap" Johnny....Ken told him, you're welcome to him!! He stayed there with him for nearly a year!! He had a heart of gold , a big smile all the time and always a helping hand to anyone who needed one. Debbie you and the extended family have my deepest sympathies. You will be in my prayers. Ken and Carol Wagers

  • Dad I don't know how we are going to be able to get through this life without you !!! You was always there for our mom , us kids , and all the grandchildren.. we needed something you always there to help us out ... you had the kindest most giving heart .. you helped many people throughout the years and never second guessed none of it ... even strangers!!!! You always was the life of the party for sure .... We all will miss you terribly, but know that you are watching over us at all times and guide us to make the right decisions in life !!! I'm not looking forward to tomorrow, our last goodbye!! I love you Dad and just know we will make sure you live on through us kids and grandkids. Such a short notice for a man that had a heart of gold !!! Love you always Dad love Carrie

  • We will miss you my friend such a nice man the card players will miss you too

  • Rest easy uncle , you will be missed!! So many great times over the years... much love !! Joe Grubb

  • I send my love, prayers & sympathy to Debbie, kids and all the family. Love, Aunt Betty Lou

  • Thoughts and prayers to family and friends. I always felt as Gary was another brother to me. He Just recently he attended my wife's funeral on September 15th, knowing he had to be struggling. That just goes to show what type of person he was, when a friend was in need he was there. Love you brother. Jeff Heinrich

  • I love you Gary Grubb as if you were my own Dad! You have brought so many smiles to my face over the past 25 years, there is not enough room to write them all! Your time on this earth has brought so much happiness and love to so many! Your heart was bigger than you and you were bigger than life! I will miss you more than you can ever imagine! I hope you're up there dancing and singing Dad! I also hope the Angel's know what a great addition to Heaven they have! You will always and forever be alive and well living in every memory I have of you! You're gonna be missed in so many ways Dad! I love you! Rest in Peace and try to simmer down up there! Love Always, Shannon

  • Prayers for the family from David phares and kindra smallwood.

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