Wesley Alan Garmon

May 11, 1955 - July 10, 2011

Wesley Alan Garmon, age 56 of The Colony, Texas passed away on July 10, 2011 in Carrollton, Texas. He was born on May 11, 1955 in Independence, Missouri to Lee Franklin Garmon, Jr. and Mary Lee (Hedges) Garmon. He married Laurie Eugenia Neff on June 3, 1978 in Rogers, Arkansas. After divorcing in 2003, he married Mary Catherine Bright on March 6, 2004 in Bella Vista, Arkansas. Wesley served in the U.S. Navy from 1974 to 1983. He used his Navy-acquired skills as a Project Manager in the Information Technology field and was a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church in The Colony, Texas. Wesley is survived by his wife, Mary Catherine Garmon of The Colony, Texas; sons, Andrew Garmon and wife, Kristin of Summerville, South Carolina, Steven Garmon of The Colony, Texas; daughter, Kaitlin Miller of Plano, Texas; grandchildren, Zackary Miller and William Garmon; mother, Mary Haddox and husband, David of Kansas City, Missouri; step-son, John Matthew Peacock and wife, Shawnee of Emory, Texas; step-grandchildren, Tucker and Tate Peacock; brother, John Robert Garmon and wife, Sherrie of Alvarado, Texas. Wesley is preceded in death by his father, Lee F. Garmon, Jr. A Memorial Service will be held at 7 p.m. on July 13, 2011 at Trinity Presbyterian Church in The Colony.

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Hold on to your memories, and let them guide you during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family. Love you, Jean and Earl Jean & Earl Deal, July 14, 2011 The Garmon family, I am so sorry for your loss. I wish that there was something that I could say to help take the pain away. Please know that if there is anything that you need I am just a phone call away. Wes (Mrs. Garmon's Mr. Garmon) was a great guy and will be missed. Christy Wood, July 12, 2011 Wes and Catherine meant a great deal to me in my role as band director of their son Steve. Vice-presidents of the Colony Band Booster Club, they also served as chaperons many times for band trips. Wes personally built an automated car wash to be used by the Lakeview Band annually and repaired the gong stand leg so it could roll again. He created a customized Excel software program for the baked goods fundraiser, which saved us hours of organization. These are just a few of the things he did. Whenever he saw a need, he helped. I will be forever grateful for his kindness to me. He will greatly missed by all whose lives he touched. Chris Anderson, July 12, 2011 Catherine and family, We are very sorry about your loss. Please know many of us are praying for you. We are not able to get to Texas, but know we are here to support you. May God Bless you all. Nikki and Montie Ray Robinson, July 11, 2011