Garry Carson

Garry Eugene Carson

Wednesday, April 14th, 1943 - Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
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APRIL 14, 1943 – AUGUST 4, 2020
Peacefully, surrounded by the love of his family, after a courageous battle at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, Garry Eugene Carson of Tillsonburg, passed away at the age of 77 years. Loving husband of 31 years to Holly. Caring father of the late Judy Lynn Carson (1960), Bryon Carson (Crystal); Carolyn Carson (Phil); Glen Carson (Stacey). Step-father to Rob DeSutter (Kim); Jamie Rachar (Melvin); Helen DeSutter (the late Danny). Proud grandfather “Gramps” to Trevor Carson; Adam Carson; Katie Carson; Mindy Carson, Brandon DeSutter Cheryl Desutter, Kyle Rachar; and Carson Rachar. Great grandfather to Keegan DeSutter. Brother of Ed Carson; and Wendy Lauwerien (Brian). Brother in law to Jack Veit (Marlene); and Joy Milmine. Predeceased by his parents Eugene and Jean Carson, and brother Lanny. Garry was a past, proud member of the Optimist Club of Tillsonburg, Tillsonburg King Hiram Lodge # 78, and the Tillsonburg Shriner’s. Garry loved to Hunt and tried to be “a great friend to all”
At the request of Garry, cremation has taken place. A Graveside Service will be held at a later date at the Tillsonburg Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital – Dialysis Unit would be appreciated by the Carson family.
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    Tillsonburg Cemetery - At A Later Date


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Posted at 04:25pm
He could be so much fun...will be dearly missed. I remember a bunch of us were at a buck and doe when I finished a polka my partner let me go. I was so dizzy I flue right into Gary's lap...we sure had a good laugh.

Peter Stubbs

Posted at 09:43am
PJ Stubbs and Family,
With much love to Holly and family, we send our thoughts and compassion. With so many great memories, so many laughs, I will forever be grateful for the times I shared with Gary and Holly. From snowmobiling on the farm to playing cards on the balconies in Florida, it was laughs and good times. Gary was a great friend to my father and great man to me. I cannot thank him enough. Cheers Gary. We will miss you.

Jo-Ann Sherman

Posted at 11:38am
RIP Gary my condolences to family

janet holden

Posted at 11:57pm
Holly and family sending my condolences to you all
Gary...well he was a character but a good one..he will be misses by many
you have your memories to hold close when it gets tough but knowing u all you will be ok and remember the good times
Gary ~Rest in Peace~
Norm ,Janet,and Rob Holden

Dale Marshall

Posted at 08:32am
One of my best friends, gonna miss him dearly. I got lots of advice over the years about the ladies from this man which some I used lol . The Fellowship of the men , a phrase he used to use when his buddies would join him for a drink after work around the wood stove at the farm , was a time this man had lived for . The stories and memories we have together will go on a lifetime as they do about our friend Al whom we enjoyed talking and laughing about on a regular basis . He loved to laugh and I will miss that , Godspeed my friend , love you like a brother 🙏

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