Gary Crose, Renaissance Times Square

Our Union is saddened to announce the passing of Gary Crose, a potwasher at the Renaissance Times Square for twenty years.

Friends remember Gary as a gregarious and funny presence in the kitchen who always worked hard and loved his job.

Vladimir Timko, a dear friend and coworker at the Renaissance Times Square for twenty years recalls Gary’s generous spirit. “Gary was a kind and generous man who enjoyed volunteering at his church, and helping those less fortunate. He was always ready with a quick joke, and a guiding hand to help new employees. He was a proud Union member and supporter who strongly believed in equality, and opportunity. He was always grateful for his years of service to the Marriott Organization.”

Ramon Trinidad, the Stewarding Delegate at the Renaissance Times Square recalls Gary’s kindness, “He had a huge heart and was always looking for ways to help people. We all miss him and reminisce about our memories with him.”