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Obituary: Gary M. Coblens

Gary M. Coblens, of Incline Village, Lake Tahoe (formerly of Hartford C.T. and Panama City Beach, F.L.) entered his next life’s journey on March 26, 2013. Gary graduated from Cal State Northridge in 1976. He was a Lake Tahoe resident since 1982.

Gary’s life accomplishments include working as CPA for Peat Marwick Mitchell in Los Angeles, CA, Licensed CA and NV Real Estate Broker, Real Estate Developer/Owner of Coblens Development Corp.

Gary retired in August of 2012. Gary was an avid golfer, skier, scuba diver, Harley enthusiast and had passion for all things outdoors.

Predeceased by his father, Irving Coblens. Survivors include his mother, Shirley Horn Coblens of West Hartford, CT, wife, Cheryl Delehanty (CiCi) of Incline Village, NV, sister, Cheryl Coblens Sherman of Encino, CA, brother, Peter Coblens of New Britain, CT, Marylou Delehanty of Reno, NV, James and Beth Delehanty of Washington, DC, Karen Rosser of Houston, TX, nieces, Regan and Claire Rosser of Houston, TX and Karen Kantor of Camdenton, MO.

A Celebration of Life at Lake Tahoe is planned for this June, place and time will later be announced.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Gary’s name may be made to the following: Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, 22222 Mt. Rose HWY, Reno, NV 89511, 775-849-0704, ext. #200 http://www.skirose.com and Incline Village Community Hospital, 880 Alder Ave, Incline Village, NV 89451, 775-833-4100, http://tfhd.com/donations.asp


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