Gary Wayne Pruitt
February 1, 1953  -  August 10, 2017

Gary Wayne Pruitt

Harkey Funeral Home
210 S. Allen
Monahans, TX  79756
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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Funeral Service
Shiloh Baptist Church
300 W E Street
Monahnas, TX  79756
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
11:00 a.m.
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Gary W. Pruitt passed away on Thursday, August 10, 2017 in Monahans, Texas. He was born on February 1, 1953 in Lubbock, Texas to Joe L. Pruitt and Joan C. Pruitt. He attended school in Snyder, TX, Denver City, TX, and Hobbs, New Mexico. He served in the Army from 1975 to 1981 as a military Police Officer. He worked many years in the Oil and Gas Industry. Gary married Ann A. Pruitt on April 5th 1977. They just Celebrated their 40th Wedding Anniversary. He is survived by his wife, Ann of the home. His daughter Amanda Breaux and husband Rudy Breaux of Monahans, TX as well as their two kids, Katelynn Breaux 19 years old and Kristopher Breaux 15 years old. Other Survivors include his daughter Lacreasha Montgomery of Hobbs, NM her two daughters, Jessica Thompson and Miguela Thompson of Hobbs, NM and her son Ronnie Montgomery of Hobbs, NM. Ronnie has three daughters, Karsyn, Kynlee, Kamsyn Thompson. Gary is also survived by a sister, Deborah Parker of Hobbs, NM and a brother, Stevie Pruitt of Abilene, Texas and Terry Pruitt of Carlsbad, NM and numerous nieces and nephews, and many friends. We would like to send a special Thank you to Bobby and Linda Guarduno for their love and friendship as well as Johnny LeBlanc, adopted daughter Samantha Thompson and her daughter Alivia.


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  1. Nathan & Tonya Collins
    Andrews, TX

    Ann and Family,

    I appreciate the time, knowledge, comradery, and laughter Mr. Pruitt (Gary) shared with our time working together. Gary's legacy will not be forgot in the industry based on the tenure and mentoring with any one he talked with. Unlike most, Gary never missed a day of including and referencing his wife in conversations, which speaks folds in our line of work. I do apologize for missing the services due to conflicts but know the family is in our thoughts.

  2. Marylou Ramirez
    Pecos, TX

    Michael and I couldn't believe it. Gary will never be forgotten. He was one of the coolest coworker I've ever had the luxury of working with. I'll miss his sense of humor most. We will continue to pray for you and your family, Ann.

  3. LaCresha Montgomery
    Hobbs, NM

    You know dad i wish wed been able to spend more time with me and my got 3 beautiful great granddaughters love you dad and gonna miss you

  4. Miles Montegut
    Texas City, TX

    I didn't know Gary very long, worked with him a few times. He came across as a very kind man, always courteous and fair. He never steered me wrong or brushed me off, always having time to help. God bless him.

  5. Scott Glasscock
    South Charleston, WV

    One of the great guys that I have known. Gary and I enjoyed quite a few years together at work and even slipped out for some fishing. My wife, Georgeann and I truly hated to hear this news. Take care Ann.

  6. Glenn Ivy
    Cibolo, TX

    I am sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Gary for a few years at BHP. Praying for the family

  7. Pat Cantrell
    Hattiesburg, MS

    Dear Ann and Family,

    Received a text message from Scott Glasscock in WV today saying that Gary had passed away. So sorry to get that news. Really enjoyed working with Gary in Brookhaven and visiting the both of you from time to time when you guys lived out at Zetus. Never met a person that did not love Gary including me. He will be missed Ann.

    Pat C.

  8. Brenda Baugher
    Irving, TX

    Ann, you are a very dear friend and even though I never got to meet gary, I felt because of the kind words you would tell me about him and they way ya'll were that ya'll were extremely in love. My heart and prayers go with you and all the family members in this time of of his passing.

  9. Tom & Cory Schuler
    Monahans, TX

    Our heart felt condolences go out to you Ann, and to the rest of Gary's family and friends. May Gary rest in peace, and may you be comforted by your faith.

  10. Belinda Hough
    Bronsob, TX

    Ann,just know I love you and my heart is broken. Gary & you are such caring and loving friends. My prayers are with you and the children.

  11. Craig Hopper
    San Angelo, TX

    I'm so sorry for your loss, Gary was a very good man to me, we work together for a while out in the pecos area. He was always willing to help me in any way he could. A true gentleman, I didn't know he was a veteran, if I had known that I would have thanked him many many times, so please as his family know that I appreciate his service more than you will ever know. He will be dearly missed by all his friends and family I'm sure. God bless your family

  12. Lyndy Humphrey
    Longview, TX

    Mrs Ann,
    Gary was a great man, my deepest sympathies for your loss your family is in my prayers.

    Lyndy Humphrey

  13. Trish & Chad Migues
    Jeanerette, LA

    We would like to send our condolences to Mrs. Ann and her family. Mr. Gary was such an awesome boss and wonderful man. He will be missed by all who had the honor of meeting him. We will keep your family in our thoughts & prayers. May God wrap his arms around your family during this difficult time.


    Gary you will be missed by so many people. You were a one of a kind guy! You will forevert be a friend and in my heart. Love Toni Edwards

  15. Don Cormier

    So sorry for your loss. He will be missed

  16. Shally LeBlanc
    Breaux Bridge, LA

    I'm so sorry to hear about Mr Gary's passing. He was a great man and we loved him dearly. If you need anything, please let us know😘

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