CAYCE, S.C. — Funeral Services for Gary Scott Flack, formally of New Hampshire, will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, March 29, 2014 at the Mission of Hope Ministries in Cayce, S.C. A visitation/viewing will be held at the church from 11 a.m. until the hour of service for friends and family. A. A. Dicks funeral Home in Columbia, S.C. is in charge of these arrangements.
He was born in Laconia, New Hampshire on January 24, 1956 to the late Russell and Rita Drouin Flack. He departed this life suddenly on March 20, 2014 at Lexington Medical Center in Lexington, South Carolina.
Gary attended Belmont High School and lived most of his life in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Mr. Flack served his country honorably and was honorably discharged from the Unites States Army. He was a member of the 101st Airborne Division and received the National Defense Service Medal. He was also qualified as a M16 Sharp Shooter.
Mr. Flack was the owner and operator of GSF Excavation Companyof Belmont for many years. He volunteered his equipment and labor for several community projects to include baseball fields and the Belmont Fire Department construction. Gary was an active citizen of his community and was a long serving member on the Belmont Planning Board and Budget Committees.
Gary moved to Columbia, S.C. in 2011 and served faithfully with the Mission of Hope Ministries in Cayce and Batesburg-Leesville. He will be missed by the many that he lent a hand to and he always did it with a smile. Shortly after his arrival at the church, he gave his life to Jesus and was baptized.
His hobbies included being an avid snowmobiler, enjoying family gatherings and always helping others in need. Gary was a loving husband, father and grandfather.
Left to cherish memories are his wife, Susan M. LaFierre Flack of Cayce, S.C.; daughters, Jessica (Joshua) Schofield and Jennifer Gauthier; grandchildren, Elise, Jack and Emalyn Schofield and Wynter, Trinity and Jacob Gauthier all of Alabama; sisters, Sherryl Caldwell of Belmont and Susan Pratt of Sanbornton; brothers, Rusty and Chet Flack both of Belmont, John Flack of Gilmanton and Kevin Flack of Wadmalaw Island, S.C. and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other loving relatives and friends who will miss him greatly.