Edward Gary Garrett, 86, of Atlanta Georgia passed away on May 14th. A celebration of his life will be held 11 AM on May 18th at the Assembly of God Tabernacle on 1580 Agape Way Decatur, Georgia 30035.Interment will follow in the Arlington Memorial Park in Sandy Springs, with military honors provided by the United States Air Force. Friends and family may visit from 5 PM to 8 PM on May 17th at Wages and Sons Funeral Home at 1040 Main Street Stone Mountain Georgia 30083. Mr. Garrett will be placed in the church from 10:00 AM until the Funeral Hour. Gary served with distinction during the Korean War. After the war, he returned to Atlanta where he worked for General Motors for 34 years until retirement in 1989. Upon retirement, he was able to dedicate himself full time to his real passion which was serving at his church. Gary is survived by his wife of 65 years, Bette, his sons, Ed, Tim, Chris, and nine grandchildren. Wages and Sons Funeral Directors 1040 Main Street, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30086 770-469-9811. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. I know Sunday morning Gary heard his LORD say ‘very well done my good and faithful servant’!! What an incredible man of God and the absolute BEST Papa in the world!!! So thankful for the promise that we’ll see him again one day! All our love and prayers!!!
    Rupert, Darlene & Kelly

  2. Our hearts break at your earthly loss and rejoice in Brother Garrett’s heavenly gain. We par God will comfort your hearts during this difficult time.

  3. Janet and Mike DeBorde are sorry for your loss. Brother Garrett was such a joy to be around. Heavens Church has just welcomed it’s new usher.

  4. Bro. Garrett was a great man of God. He loved everyone and he loved his church. We will all miss him.

  5. Brother Garrett will be dearly missed. He is home now with his Lord. Sister Garrett my prayers are with you always. Love you dearly sweet lady.

  6. Sister Garrett, my prayers and thoughts are with you. Bro. Garrett was truly a great man of God who loved his church and loved people. He will be missed but he is forever with His Lord. Rest in Peace,

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