James & Daisy Garnett
Date of Death: February 7, 2019
Roberson Funeral Home
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Our Savior Jesus Christ has destroyed death and brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel. Let us remember with thanksgiving what God had done through His servants James Henry Garnett and Daisy Carlo (Loveless) Garnett who went to rest in their Savior’s arms February 7, 2019. James was born March 4th 1941 in…

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ET Hanley left a message on February 18, 2019:
Jim and Daisy were wonderful people. Though I was away from home during the majority of their visits with my family, I know that my family thoroughly enjoyed their company and they will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with their family. May love, faith, and memories sustain you. My family's friendship with Jim and Daisy was forged over a shared love for the outdoors during his Desoto National Memorial days. Rest in peace dear friends. I will make a donation to the Unexpected Wildlife Refuge in your memory.
Tammy Benson left a message on February 16, 2019:
I loved Daisy. She and Jim were the very best. I worked with them at UCA and loved every day I got to share with them. They hosted us when we took our kids to Alaska. Took us out for a really great time. I am so sorry for the loss but happy that they went to meet Jesus together. Praying for family.
Tara left a message on February 16, 2019:
I'm sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. You have my condolences.
Diana A Bauman left a message on February 10, 2019:
James Garnett was an honorable Park Ranger at De Soto National Memorial. I worked with Jim many seasons at our park. He was the best Interpretive Park Ranger I have ever known. The work was studious and difficult. We worked long hours and had to contribute to every aspect of the park. Jim could tell the story of Hernando De Soto arriving in our country in the 16th. century better than anyone I know. Visitors flocked to be at Jim's camp stories. He never let them down. Daisy was a dear and took good care of Jim so he could do the best job wherever he was in the park. Your parents looked forward to you kids coming to visit. He told me many stories about AR and his home. Please be proud of all your parents endeavors. My husband and I (retired NPS) will make a donation to DeSoto National Memorial in your parents names. It was an honor to work with and know them both.
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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