March 28, 1944 ~ December 12, 2020

Born in: Atlanta, Georgia
Resided in: Dacula, Georgia

Gary Pete Brimer, age 76, of Dacula, GA, passed away peacefully on December 12th, 2020 as the result of a long illness.

He was born in Atlanta, GA, March 28th, 1944, the son of E.T. Brimer and Will Newton Brimer. He was married to Renee Brimer on October 27th, 1979.

He was a loving and devoted husband, dedicated father, and joyful grandparent. He was known as an excellent storyteller and brought laughter to all those around him.

He retired from Avon Products, Inc after 38 years of service. There he met Renee and worked alongside her for those many years.

He is survived by his wife; Renee Brimer, children; Sabrina Smith and husband, Lee Smith, and Gary Brimer Jr, his grandchildren; Hannah Smith, Zach Watson, Alex Watson, Preston Smith, and sisters Eleanor Brimer, and Joyce Corley and husband, Ed Corley. He was one of 13 beloved siblings.
A private service will be held on December 17th, 2020 with a Celebration of Life Service being scheduled at a later date.

May the laughter, love, support, and joy he brought us never fade.

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  1. Renee, Gary, Sabrina, Lee, Hannah, Alex, Zach, and Preston
    It’s hard to put into words the feelings this entire family has over the loss of someone so dear to us. He’s given so much love, joy, and laughter all these years.
    We know life will never be the same for each of you, or for our whole family, without him.
    He left a wonderful legacy and so many sweet memories for us to cherish.
    We’re praying for your peace and comfort as you grieve. Please call anytime you need us.
    Love you all so much,
    Tim and RuthAnne

  2. Uncle Pete…words can’t convey what he meant to our entire family. The stories, the late night talks, the humor. He has a lasting, indelible influence on all of us. I am so glad and proud to call him family. His dry humor, wit and candor lives on in his kids, his grand kids and those of us lucky enough to call him uncle. “There’s more food in there.” His hospitality is an example to all of us to the way you treat guest. He had a servants heart and delighted in the fulfillment of anyone under his roof. He will be missed more than most. I love you Uncle Pete, I hope they are playing all of your gospel favorites as you walk through the gates. If ever there was a time for the Lord to say, “Well done, thine good and faithful servant.” Is when you entered the kingdom of heaven.

  3. Renee Sabrina GARY and the rest of the family I just want you to all know how much I will miss Pete. He was always so sweet to me funny always tell in a tall tale I loved his dry humor that will remain in my heart forever I will pray for peace for all of you we will miss him dearly

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