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Condolence From: John Reasoner, MD
Condolence: I will miss "Coach"who I met at Harrison HS in 1994. He was a proud Alpha man with a defiant, youthful spirit who gave to the community as a track coach, teacher, and mentor to many athletes on local, international, and professional levels. His achievements were numerous within the USA Track and Field and Olympic arenas. I remember how he would recite the poem, "Invictus" by William E. Henley, like a mantra. Joe lived his life as such. He spoke often and highly of the students who he trained and who took their skills to the collegiate level and became incredible contributors to society. You could see him smile and ooze with pride. I am honored to have been his friend, a fellow Vet, and Alpha brother. May God Bless him.

John Reasoner, M.D.
Thursday February 14, 2019
Condolence From: Don & Sharon Taylor
Condolence: I believe Joe and Don were fellow army officers in Giessen, Germany in the late 1960's. We lost contact when Joe (his wife then was Pat) received orders for Vietnam. From time to time I attempt to search for those fellows who served together at Rivers Barracks in Germany. The picture displayed here in the obituary sure looks like the Joe Gentry we remember. Let me say to his family, we enjoyed great times with Joe and Pat, and are so sorry for your loss. We remember him as full of energy and loved life. We regret that we never met up with him again.
Monday February 11, 2019
Condolence From: Stephanie Patricia Gentry (Gentress)
Condolence: He had a good life and achieved more than most. I will never be prouder! He made me hard and fearless! I love you and you will live your n in me!
Sunday February 10, 2019
Condolence From: Eric Antonio
Condolence: You definitely will be missed coach I went to Harrison and graduated in 1991 and I still remember having you as a history teacher and you definitely will be missed may you rest in peace.
Thursday February 07, 2019
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Condolence: My heart hurts for the loss of Coach Gentry. He was a great man, and I was honored to have him as my club coach for two years (1990-1991). No one brought as much spirit, energy and joy to training and competition as he did. He was passionate and fiery, and he motivated us to achieve more than we ever thought we could. I will always be thankful for the impact he had on my life. Gentry family, I know coaching can be hard in that it takes time away from family (I'm married to one now), but I just wanted to thank you for sharing him with us. If only we could all be as loved as much as he was.
Monday February 04, 2019
Condolence From: Randall Scheib
Condolence: Coach, I only got to know you over the past 3 years, when we were in Colorado Springs I used to wait for you to fire up your grill then I knew it was time to come out and talk to you. You were a very caring person. Then when we came back to Florida I always enjoyed our phone calls. You are a great American Hero for several reasons and for several people. I loved you like a brother and you will be missed deeply. God bless you and your family
Sunday February 03, 2019
Condolence From: The Bowen Family
Condolence: Our deepest condolences to the Gentry family and friends on the passing of a good man much too soon..
Sunday February 03, 2019
Condolence From: Mario Lorentz
Condolence: Meeting Coach Gentry in the summer before my freshman year started at St. Mary's High School was by far the best thing to ever happen to me in my life. He changed my life for the better while instilling self-confidence in me. I have so many wonderful memories training with him and the other athletes. He genuinely cared about all of us who ran for him. I am healthy and fit today because of the good habits he instilled in me.
I want to express my condolences to his family and I'll pray for you.
God Bless you coach.
Saturday February 02, 2019
Condolence From: Ashley Birger
Condolence: Joe Gentry was an amazing coach and taught me so much! I will always remember running the hallways of Harrison with the track trop!
Saturday February 02, 2019
Condolence From: Marissa Talley (Naylor)
Condolence: Coach Gentry was an amazing man and inspiration. He recruited me for the Track Troup in 1989. He taught me about hard work and dedication. Motivated me to be a better athlete and a better person. He worked us and many times I could barely walk after practice and he made us run up the “East St. Louis Hill”. A sandy incline that when we ran up and down would kick out butts, he would say. I’m still proud today to say I was a part of the Joe Gentry Track Troup. I’m honored to have known such a man. He will always have a special place in my heart and in heaven. My condolences to his family for their loss.
Friday February 01, 2019

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