16 Comments

  1. Thu Tara Duong

    Al was a great person. We will miss him when we go lunch at Vietnamese restaurant. His favorite foods were spring rolls and rice clay pot. We share in the family’s sorrow and will keep his family in our thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  2. Joyce Rawls

    I worked with Al and he was always a joy to be around. He had a pleasant disposition and always a smile on his face. He was very friendly and talked about his granddaughter a lot and even shared a short video of her with me on one occasion. I know he will be greatly missed, but my prayers are with your family. I myself had a similar lost last year with my sister. I know what you are going through.

    Reply
  3. Brenda Donaldson

    Cyndi, so sorry to learn of your husbands passing.. You and your family will be remembered in my prayers. God Bless You Cyndi, and may God continue to hold you in his loving arms during this time.

    Reply
  4. Anne patterson

    I will miss Al. Even though he was quiet, he was passionate and honorable. He knew more trivia than anyone else I know! An absolute delight to talk to.

    Reply
  5. Fred Reed, III

    Best Wishes to his family. Al was a great colleague and friend. He’ll be missed.

    Reply
  6. Jimmy & Dana Sartain

    So sorry to hear of Alan’s passing. You are in my
    thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  7. Adam Robinson

    Al is one of the finest people I have ever known. Kind, giving, brilliant, funny. They don’t make better people. He is in Heaven today at the finish line cheering us on. We all share in the family’s sorrow.

    Reply
  8. Glenn Carter

    It was an honor working with Al all those years. He was talented and considerate, and a great friend. Peace of the Lord be with us all.

    Reply
  9. Terry & Ward Saemisch

    Thank you for informing us of Alan’s passing. We will miss him, but know he is with our Lord. God Bless Al, you and your Family. Hugs, Terry & Ward

    Reply
  10. Craig chappen

    Al was a great guy. When I would visit there for work he was never to busy for me to stop in his office for a bit to just talk about anything.

    Reply
  11. Sherry Carter

    Cyndi and family,
    I can’t begin to say how sorry I am; Alan was a good man! You have my deepest sympathy and prayers! I’ll miss Hunka Hunka!

    Reply
  12. Sherry Moyers

    Cyndi, I am so very sorry for your loss and for the pain you are facing during this very difficult time. I pray that God will heal your hurt. I love you.

    Reply
  13. Joyce Halcomb

    Cyndi, Sorry to hear about Alan passing. Iknow how hard this is on you but he won’t suffer anymore. Remember the good times before he got sick and let those comfort you.

    Reply
  14. Raquel Gardner

    Cyndi and Family, , may Alan now rest with no pain. This world is just a stepping stone to our eternal home. We will see him again. God Bless.

    Reply
  15. Jimmy Steelman

    Cyndi, so sorry to hear about Alan, may God be with you and your family God Bless

    Reply
  16. Alyce Peters

    Alan is my cousin. I have fond memories of our childhood & summer vacations. So grateful that
    Cyndi has kept me informed of his fight. Prayers are with the entire Garrison family

    Reply

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Robert Alan Garrison
August 19, 1953 -
May 26, 2018

Visitation

May 29, 2018
5 PM until 8 PM

Service 

May 30, 2018
2:00 PM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral service for Mr. Robert Alan Garrison, age 64, of Fayetteville, TN will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at Higgins Funeral Home, with Bro. Don Russell and Randy Bradford officiating. Mr. Garrison passed away Saturday, May 26, 2018 at his residence.

He was born August 19, 1953 to the late Carl Avery Garrison and Helen Tucker Garrison of Festus, Missouri, who survives. He was an electrical engineer for the Army and the Aviation Engineering Directorate Mission Equipment Division. He was of the Baptist Faith and attended the Parks City Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife Cyndi Swinford Garrison of Fayetteville, daughter Valerie A. Garrison and granddaughter Olivia A. Dodd both of Alton, Illinois, sister Susan Garrison of St. Louis, Missouri, uncle Ernest Tucker of Festus, Missouri, aunt Linda Davenport of Barnhart, Missouri, mother-in-law Mevis Swinford, in-laws Randy and Marsha Bradford, Larry and Donna Otinger, Fayetteville. Numerous aunts, nephews, their wives, and an awesome work family. Mr. Garrison was preceded in death by his father Carl Avery Garrison and father-in-law Kenneth C. Swinford.

In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society P.O. Box 470 Fayetteville, TN 37334.

Visitation with the family will be Tuesday, May 29, 2018 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home.

Video Services

16 Comments

  1. Thu Tara Duong

    Al was a great person. We will miss him when we go lunch at Vietnamese restaurant. His favorite foods were spring rolls and rice clay pot. We share in the family’s sorrow and will keep his family in our thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  2. Joyce Rawls

    I worked with Al and he was always a joy to be around. He had a pleasant disposition and always a smile on his face. He was very friendly and talked about his granddaughter a lot and even shared a short video of her with me on one occasion. I know he will be greatly missed, but my prayers are with your family. I myself had a similar lost last year with my sister. I know what you are going through.

    Reply
  3. Brenda Donaldson

    Cyndi, so sorry to learn of your husbands passing.. You and your family will be remembered in my prayers. God Bless You Cyndi, and may God continue to hold you in his loving arms during this time.

    Reply
  4. Anne patterson

    I will miss Al. Even though he was quiet, he was passionate and honorable. He knew more trivia than anyone else I know! An absolute delight to talk to.

    Reply
  5. Fred Reed, III

    Best Wishes to his family. Al was a great colleague and friend. He’ll be missed.

    Reply
  6. Jimmy & Dana Sartain

    So sorry to hear of Alan’s passing. You are in my
    thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  7. Adam Robinson

    Al is one of the finest people I have ever known. Kind, giving, brilliant, funny. They don’t make better people. He is in Heaven today at the finish line cheering us on. We all share in the family’s sorrow.

    Reply
  8. Glenn Carter

    It was an honor working with Al all those years. He was talented and considerate, and a great friend. Peace of the Lord be with us all.

    Reply
  9. Terry & Ward Saemisch

    Thank you for informing us of Alan’s passing. We will miss him, but know he is with our Lord. God Bless Al, you and your Family. Hugs, Terry & Ward

    Reply
  10. Craig chappen

    Al was a great guy. When I would visit there for work he was never to busy for me to stop in his office for a bit to just talk about anything.

    Reply
  11. Sherry Carter

    Cyndi and family,
    I can’t begin to say how sorry I am; Alan was a good man! You have my deepest sympathy and prayers! I’ll miss Hunka Hunka!

    Reply
  12. Sherry Moyers

    Cyndi, I am so very sorry for your loss and for the pain you are facing during this very difficult time. I pray that God will heal your hurt. I love you.

    Reply
  13. Joyce Halcomb

    Cyndi, Sorry to hear about Alan passing. Iknow how hard this is on you but he won’t suffer anymore. Remember the good times before he got sick and let those comfort you.

    Reply
  14. Raquel Gardner

    Cyndi and Family, , may Alan now rest with no pain. This world is just a stepping stone to our eternal home. We will see him again. God Bless.

    Reply
  15. Jimmy Steelman

    Cyndi, so sorry to hear about Alan, may God be with you and your family God Bless

    Reply
  16. Alyce Peters

    Alan is my cousin. I have fond memories of our childhood & summer vacations. So grateful that
    Cyndi has kept me informed of his fight. Prayers are with the entire Garrison family

    Reply

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Memories

16 Comments

  1. Thu Tara Duong

    Al was a great person. We will miss him when we go lunch at Vietnamese restaurant. His favorite foods were spring rolls and rice clay pot. We share in the family’s sorrow and will keep his family in our thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  2. Joyce Rawls

    I worked with Al and he was always a joy to be around. He had a pleasant disposition and always a smile on his face. He was very friendly and talked about his granddaughter a lot and even shared a short video of her with me on one occasion. I know he will be greatly missed, but my prayers are with your family. I myself had a similar lost last year with my sister. I know what you are going through.

    Reply
  3. Brenda Donaldson

    Cyndi, so sorry to learn of your husbands passing.. You and your family will be remembered in my prayers. God Bless You Cyndi, and may God continue to hold you in his loving arms during this time.

    Reply
  4. Anne patterson

    I will miss Al. Even though he was quiet, he was passionate and honorable. He knew more trivia than anyone else I know! An absolute delight to talk to.

    Reply
  5. Fred Reed, III

    Best Wishes to his family. Al was a great colleague and friend. He’ll be missed.

    Reply
  6. Jimmy & Dana Sartain

    So sorry to hear of Alan’s passing. You are in my
    thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  7. Adam Robinson

    Al is one of the finest people I have ever known. Kind, giving, brilliant, funny. They don’t make better people. He is in Heaven today at the finish line cheering us on. We all share in the family’s sorrow.

    Reply
  8. Glenn Carter

    It was an honor working with Al all those years. He was talented and considerate, and a great friend. Peace of the Lord be with us all.

    Reply
  9. Terry & Ward Saemisch

    Thank you for informing us of Alan’s passing. We will miss him, but know he is with our Lord. God Bless Al, you and your Family. Hugs, Terry & Ward

    Reply
  10. Craig chappen

    Al was a great guy. When I would visit there for work he was never to busy for me to stop in his office for a bit to just talk about anything.

    Reply
  11. Sherry Carter

    Cyndi and family,
    I can’t begin to say how sorry I am; Alan was a good man! You have my deepest sympathy and prayers! I’ll miss Hunka Hunka!

    Reply
  12. Sherry Moyers

    Cyndi, I am so very sorry for your loss and for the pain you are facing during this very difficult time. I pray that God will heal your hurt. I love you.

    Reply
  13. Joyce Halcomb

    Cyndi, Sorry to hear about Alan passing. Iknow how hard this is on you but he won’t suffer anymore. Remember the good times before he got sick and let those comfort you.

    Reply
  14. Raquel Gardner

    Cyndi and Family, , may Alan now rest with no pain. This world is just a stepping stone to our eternal home. We will see him again. God Bless.

    Reply
  15. Jimmy Steelman

    Cyndi, so sorry to hear about Alan, may God be with you and your family God Bless

    Reply
  16. Alyce Peters

    Alan is my cousin. I have fond memories of our childhood & summer vacations. So grateful that
    Cyndi has kept me informed of his fight. Prayers are with the entire Garrison family

    Reply

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