Morris-Garlick-Obituary

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Morris Lee Garlick

Cape Coral, Florida

Sep 22, 1928 – Mar 2, 2019 (Age 90)

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Morris Lee Garlick, 90, passed away on March 2, 2019 at his home in North Fort Myers.Morris Lee "Bud" Garlick was born to Clifford Garlick and Rachel Hough-Garlick in Rockford, MI on September 22, 1928. Bud moved his family to North Fort Myers in the summer of 1964 to take over a family...

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Heaven has a new Angel just taken up residence. Morris Lee Garlick, bless you for you were a Lions Lion and one of the great people that I first met upon moving to this area. May you be happy in your new life as well I know you will be for that is your way. Thank you for your wonderful gift to our club and we will continue to salute your warm smile and Lionistic Heart every time the bell tolls. It will always mean to Lion Judy and I that Lion Morris is at our meeting, calling it to order....

To all of the Garlick family. Please accept my sincere sympathy's in the loss of your dear family member, Bud. He's in good hands and a loving heart. Be happy in your memories and know you will be together again at the gates of Heaven. From all of the Summerall family. We are with you.

My favorite uncle and one fine example of what a good man could be. He will be missed. I'll always remember my first horseback ride, that got you in hot water with your mom, and my mom.

Shari GaugerMarch 8, 2019Grampa Bud, was always so very sweet and smiling! What a great man and beautiful soul he was. God is lucky to have him, a bright shining light. I remember so very well, that big wooden rocking horse all of us kids played on at Uncle Bob's and Aunt Darlene's house. (And my kids as well, played on that horse. It certainly was well used). All my Love to you Grampa Bud, and to your family.

Norma, Paula and I offer our condolences.
We will always remember Bud and the friendship of the Garlick and Himschoot families.
Bob and Paula

Norma: I am so very sorry for your loss. May the God of comfort be with you in your time of need.

My deepest sympathy and condolences to Norma and all the family.

It was my pleasure to know "Bud" through our membership in the Lions Club. He was always full of energy and kind words. We even walked the Parade Route at the Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival together in the blistering heat several years ago collecting donations in our White Canes. At the end of our walk he informed me at the age of 89 this would be his last, he had a big smile on his face when he said that. You were a wonderful Lion and I am certain that your new status as an...

My deepest condolences to the family. It's very hard to lose a love one, however may God give you peace, hope and comfort during this most difficult time. Romans 15:13