Gary Lee Macha

Gary Lee Macha, age 66 passed away peacefully on September 9, 2020. He was born on April 21st, 1954 in Rosenberg Texas to Johnnie and Ella Macha. Gary’s daughter Makaylah Macha was near his hospital room when he passed.

He is preceded in death by his father Johnnie Macha, his grandparents Anton and Louise Macha and Andrew and Nellie Wleczyk, along with other uncles, aunts and cousins.

Gary was an avid hunter, there was nothing more relaxing to him than sitting in a deer stand. He also loved spending time with family and friends around the campfire, talking about hunting and life in general.

Gary was a dedicated father first and foremost. He treasured his only child and embraced every moment with his “baby girl” Makaylah. Together they formed a bond that lasted his lifetime and memories that will last forever.

Brother Terry Macha, nephews Tyler and Travis Macha, and Walker John Macha will miss him and cherish the great times at his ranch in South Texas.

Gary was born and raised in Rosenberg and was educated at Lamar Consolidated High School. He also attended WCJC in Wharton Texas.

He worked at the NRG W.A. Parish plant working with various crews until his retirement in 2018, over 40 years of service. Many thanks go out to the men and women at W.A. Parish that called with well wishes to us as a family with condolences heartfelt sent.

Considering the Covid pandemic on going in our country, a private ceremony will be held at his ranch in South Texas and a memorial will be held at a later date.

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