Dn Loving Maneory
Jcbruar 27, 1926 October 29, 1995
Tuesday. 2wember 7, 1995
iewin 10:00 11:00 am
Service 11:00 am
Crapqus Juneral 2wom
Dnserment at C(stern Cemetery *3
St. rom as. S. r rin3slands
Van S-sltCT Cwte'
WilMain bcncza orge arrick
William Ebeneza Garrick, born on February 27, 1926, was the only
child of Catherine Garrick. His mother died when he was young and he
was brought up by his aunt
George married Olive Joycelyn Prince on June 26,1969. Ie spent 26
happy years together which included the usual good and bad times.
George was the proud father of four childrm: Cover, who reids in
Maryland; Blandel and Dennies, who reide in Katnicky; and a daughter
who preceded him in death.
George was employed at Public Works, d worked a Security
Guard and Custodial Worker at Bertha Bochuhe school, from which he
retired in August of 1995. Through the yea, he worked with three
different employer, he met a lot of people and became doe friend to
some up to this day.
He loved watching baseball and was a fan of th Atlanta Braves. We
will all miss him deeply. May he reat in peace
George ... It was a wonderful marriage of twenty-ix years. There
were some bad times but the good times outweighed the bad ones. I
want to say thank you and I will miss you dearly.
Your Iong wife Olie "NLo"
George... I have to say I couldn't ask for a better father than you. You
were always there for me when I needed you. There will always be a
special place in my heart for you. I am going to miss you dearly.
Your daughter Bland
George... Over the years, we have grown a lot closer together. Have
to say I am happy I had the chance to grow lor to you. Thank you for
being there for me during my crisis. May the Lrd bless and keep you.
Your wn Cloer
George... Thank you for being there for me. You have been an
inspiration to me. I am going to miss you. May the Lad bless and keep
Your daughter Demaes
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