Category: T-shirts

You know that Brothers and Sisters protect each other…David Tate came into my life right after Gary passed. The first time David called me, it was the very day I got Gary’s belongings, and was laying on my living room floor crying my heart out, wanting to be with my husband. David has since became one of my best friends, and has sort of watched over me in my journey in being a widow. I got invited to the Church of Israel, but Tate warned me that I was stepping into a den of vipers….but I didn’t listen …guarantee, I will listen to him from now on…but as any older brother, looking after his sister, he felt he needed to remind people that not everybody appears to be who or what they claim to be. As the saying goes, the fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree…

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As stated in a previous post, the support for Gary Yarbrough has been amazing! Not only are people raising funds, but they are buying T-shirts to help with Gary’s legal fund! You can find your shirt at Warrior’s Pride. Here are some of Gary’s supporters showing their support by wearing their T-shirt!

Showing support for Gary Yarbrough

Showing support for Gary Yarbrough


Gary Yarbrough is going through a tough time right now, and it would be great if we could get him some Yule or Christmas cards to him. It just takes 5 minutes to write a little note in a card, sign it, seal it, and mail it off. This is not asking much for somebody who sacrificed so much. Let’s flood the prison mail room with mail for Gary Yarbrough! This is another challenge…let’s make the mail room people work this month! 🙂 Let’s get Gary Yarbrough all the mail we can!

If you would just like to write Gary a letter or send him a Yule/Christmas card, here is his address:

Gary Yarbrough #09883-016, US Penitentiary Max-Florence High, PO Box 7000, Florence, CO 81226.

If you have a few extra bucks and would like to send him a money for commissary (he is not allowed to have anything from outside, except for books ordered from book stores…everything else has to come from commissary), you can send him a postal money order to this different address. It has to be a postal money order with his name and registry number on it.

Federal Bureau of Prisons
Gary Yarbrough
Post Office Box 474701
Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001
Additionally, while it is Yule/Christmas, you can purchase some nice items for Christmas gifts and also help Gary’s Legal Fund at Warrior’s Pride
Come on people, let’s help Gary through this rough time and show him we still care….plus put the mail room to work 🙂 Wouldn’t you want somebody to remember you for the holiday, if you were behind those walls?
Much love and respect,
Susan Yarbrough