Sad to see the news. I phoned Garnet and the phone was closed so I feared the worst. I knew Garnet all my life. I knew how he met Terry, They were at my very small wedding in 1953. When Garnet was an insurance agent I bought a life policy from him, and when he became a very skilled sewing machine dealer and repairman we bought a sewing machine from him so we go back a long way. He came out to Brantford with a very thoughtful gift for a surprise 75th, birthday party for me. We were one year apart (I am a 33 model) but knew each other since we were about 3. An interesting and very unique friend. Jim Bray
I was so sorry to hear of Garnets passing. He always kept in touch with us until he couldn’t any longer.
He was my brother in-law, but he really was the big brother I never had. He was always there if I needed advice (it was always good advice) and never let me down. Yes, he was a bit of a rouge in many ways but was always “True Blue” to family and friends.
Although he was wounded in Korea and had a very bad accident while working on the boats, with many surgeries, he never complained. He truly was a brave, brave man.
God Bless him. May he Rest In Peace.
Maureen & Wayne