Charles Garrett

Charles H. Garrett Jr.

Friday, February 19th, 1932 - Wednesday, January 27th, 2021
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Charles H Garrett, Jr , 88 of Westminster and Carroll Lutheran Village Independent Living, passed Wednesday January 27, 2021. He died unnecessarily and tragically of covid. He was exposed to this deadly virus after a resident attended an indoor family holiday dinner, which he did not attend.
Charles was born February 19,1932 in Baltimore, MD. The son of Charles H Garrett Sr and Emma Suchting Garrett. He was the husband of the late Nancy V. Garrett, who passed in 2018.
He grew up in Gwynn Oak Junction, lived in Woodlawn, and in the late 1960s moved to the family farm in Winfield.
He was retired from BGE and an army veteran. His “second career” was selling beer for Milkhouse Brewery at area farmers markets. He enjoyed meeting new people and making friends wherever he went. He enjoyed his farm, his cub cadet tractor, his daily walk, NASCAR, his granddaughter’s soccer games, traveling and playing bingo.
Charles was an active volunteer over the years at St Paul Lutheran Church in Catonsville, Faith Lutheran Church in Eldersburg, and Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster, where he volunteered at the soup kitchen on Tuesdays. He also volunteered at the Brethren Services Center in New Windsor.
He is survived by his family, Susan Hebble (Brad) of Westminster, Charles H Garrett III (Mary Bel) of Bloomington, MN and Elizabeth Tallman of Westminster. Grandchildren Bradley Humbert, Andrew Hebble (Liz), Garrett Tallman, Katie Tallman, Charles H Garrett IV, Samantha Garrett. Also survived by great-granddaughter Brianna Smith and his special lady friend Jane Johnson.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Winfield Community Fire Department 1320 W Old Liberty Rd, Sykesville, MD 21784 or Grace Lutheran Church 21 Carroll St #4829, Westminster, MD 21157.
Due to covid restrictions there will be no service at this time.
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Michael Vitucci

Posted at 11:24am
Those van excursions you took with Mom and Dad for so many years produced so many great stories and memories. Yours and Aunt Nancy's love and caring for Mom after Dad's passing is more of what this world needs. The four of you are now back together once again in a better world. God Bless.

Annie Wantz

Posted at 10:41pm
While I only knew him for a short time, Mr. Garrett definitely got into my heart. It was always a joy to see him out walking and he was always very friendly and a true gentleman. He loved playing balcony bingo and he would always call me to tell me I did a good job and to thank me for his prizes. I will definitely miss seeing him, but I know I will see him again one day. To his family, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for God to hold you tightly during this very difficult time.

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