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Robert Robbins Garrigus Obituary
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March 13, 2016
My wife and I own Dr.Garrigus a lot. He encouraged and helped me apply to graduate schools. Without his faith in me,I would not have earned my PhD and been able to have the wonderfull life that I have had. He touched a lot of lives and left a great legacy. Thank you and the girls for sharing him with all of us.
March 4, 2016
With a heavy heart I offer my deepest condolences for your loss. Doc not only had a profound impact on my life, but also on the lives of every student he taught.
March 3, 2016
Dear Heather and family. Thinking of you all these next few days. Comfort and peace to you, your mother and sister. Much love.
March 3, 2016
I'm so very sorry for your loss and send my most sincere condolences. I have such great memories of Doc Garrigus and cannot hear someone say, 'You've just got to set your priorities' without thinking of him. It didn't matter if he was teaching a class, guiding our lives as an advisor or coaching those of us on the livestock judging team, he was always so incredibly passionate about everything he did. He truly loved his students, teaching, and the livestock industry. My heart is saddened by the loss, but so much richer for having had him as an instructor and friend. God bless you Doc.