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In Loving Memory

Garbo, Henry M.

On Saturday August 19, 2023. Loving brother of Joseph, Samuel, Anthony Garbo, Josephine Guerra, Anna Wilson, Mary Bowman, Regina Mohammed and the late Frank, Henry and John Garbo. Our dear uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Services; Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel (5255 Lemay Ferry) on Fri. 8/25 from 10AM until service at 12PM Interment JB National Cemetery.


3 thoughts on “Garbo, Henry M.”

  1. I hope you are at peace uncle Henry. We were close when I was young and drifted as I became an adult. I regret not keeping in touch and hope you know you will be missed and that the time spent with you while I was a child has been some of my fondest that I have carried with me throughout my adult years.

  2. Uncle Henry was the peace keeper of the family & friends. He never liked when anyone fought about anything. He always had barbecues so all of his family & friends would join together. Eventually everyone drifted apart, but he kept in touch until he couldn’t remember everyone’s number or drive anymore. Now you can rest in peace with no more pain & suffering. I will always love you Uncle Yacks

  3. Uncle Henry, I hope you are living your best life, pain and worry free, reunited with your family members. I know in the end we didn’t see each other as much as, but some of the best memories I have from growing up are with you. From the Pizza Hut buffet to the sleepovers at your house to the trip to VA, you helped make my childhood a little brighter. I can still hear you singing
    “Darlene O was a rebel, she wandered alone”


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