Jack E. Garver

Dec 26, 1929 - Oct 22, 2012

Obituary

Jack E. Garver was born December 26, 1929 in Decatur Il. He is preceded in death by his parents Marie Dunham Garver, and Ernest Garver. He is also preceded in death by wife Joyce, and son Richard. He is survived by daughters, Teresa Gutierrez, and Anita Kremer, and sons Rick Tibbs, Christopher Garver, Eric Garver, Scott Garver, and Timothy Garver as well as by numerous grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He is reunited with the love of his life; he’ll live forever in our hearts & memories.

Friends are welcome for visitation at East Lawn Mortuary, 5757 Greenback Lane, Sacramento on Monday, October 29, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 8:0 PM and to attend services on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 10:30 AM at Tyler Street Church of Christ, 5029 Tyler Street, Sacramento, CA 95842. Interment will follow at 1:30 PM at Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon.

Guestbook

  • Keyl Garver says:

    Grampa jack will be missed.

  • Robert, Katrina, Brandon & Taylor Goff says:

    We will miss him very much. He, Joyce and there family are and a very special part of ours and our kids lives. They were like a second family to us the 25 years that we lived next to them. Our condolences go out to the family that will miss him very much.

  • Tiffany Garver Jones says:

    Grampa Jack was a kind man. I’m glade I was able to spend some time with him and really get to know him before he passed away. My condolence to his closest family. I don’t know them, but I know from listening to grampa Jack that he loved them very much. I pray God gives peace and comfort in this time. Grampa Jack will be missed.

  • Eric, Susan,Salena and Breanna Garver says:

    We are so sorry for everyones loss of Jack A father,a grandfather, a great grandfather a husband, and a friend to many. Just remember what he taught us with his love, and remember the good times we had with him. He was a good and Godly man that loved all of us. He will be missed, but never forgotton. I am like my Dad, not good at wrighting so I will cut this short. I love you DAD, and will see you later somewhere, We will cross paths again, may God bless and keep you in his presence. Eric Keyl Garver

  • Mikayla says:

    PePa:) I’m going to miss you! And I’m always going to miss you! And all the stories I have heard from you, my mama, and my nana! I loved every conversation we had on my birthday or the day before my birthday and have to remind you what day my” birthday was really on! Then we would just laugh together! I love you! Love, Mikayla P.S R.I.P Jack E. Garver

  • Kristi Matravers says:

    The world lost a great man, when we lost you Grandpa. I will always remember how you used to give us dollars with a special message written from you..I will remember your old fashioned values..I will miss how you would always chuckle at some point during our telephone conversations..and Christmas will never be the same because I won’t be able to have you sing ‘White Christmas’ to me just like Bing Crosby. I will love and miss you always. -Your Fart Blossom

  • Anita says:

    You made me proud to be your daughter, thank you for every thing. I will always be greatful to you and for you. Love and miss you much.

  • Derek Mantle says:

    You have touched our lives in ways we didn’t even realize until now. Thank you so much for all the joy you’ve brought us……..love Derek

  • Chris Garver says:

    Dad will miss your visits to Georgia. Glad we were able to catch up on the lost years. I enjoyed the times were able to be together. Love you, Chris

  • Teresa Gutierrez says:

    I miss you Dad, and everyday of my life I will be thankful that you took us into your heart and loved us all so completely, and unconditionally. I love you, Teresa

  • Michael says:

    Love you grandpa! Say hi to grandma and tell her that her favorite grandson is doing ok. Miss you both!

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