Warren Allen Garland

Warren Garland, 55, of Ross, passed away Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at Providence Hospice Place in Waco after a valiant fight with lung cancer.

Memorial Service: 3:00 p.m. Sunday, May 26, at Lake Shore Funeral Home

Warren Allen Garland was born March 12, 1964 in Marion, North Carolina to Gene and Linda Garland. He was affectionately known as “Red” or “Garr” to family and friends.

He graduated from TSTI in Waco with an auto body repair and paint certification and later from MCC in Waco with an Associates degree in Business Management. Warren retired from the United States Postal Service.

Warren enjoyed acting in community theater, was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan, enjoyed attending blues and classic rock concerts and fishing and hunting with his brothers and son. His generous nature and humorous wit will be remembered by all.

He was preceded in death by his father, Gene Garland.

Warren is survived by his beloved wife, Michaela Garland; his son, Garrett Garland and wife, Kacie; grandsons, Lukas and Travis Garland; mother, Linda Garland; sister, Gayle Garland and husband, Ed Lawhon; brothers, Arthur Garland and wife, Kim and Gene Garland and wife, Carolyn; and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.

The family wishes to express their gratitude to the nurses and staff at Providence Hospice Place.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Warren’s memory may be directed to the American Cancer Society, National Psoriasis Foundation, Toys for Tots or a charity of your choice.

 

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



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  1. I’m so so sorry to hear this Mrs Garland! He was a sweet little boy as I remember in Northcrest. No parent should ever have to bury their child. Many hugs to to Arthur, Peanut and your whole family! Love you all!

    • Arthur Garland

      Fly high brother. No more pain! I’ll always think of you when I hunt. We spent a lot of great times hunting together. You were a fantastic brother. Love you!

  2. Love for all; Warren and his heart, humor, and larger than life spirit will live forever in my memories.

  3. Connie Garland Honig

    Deepest Sympathy to the family my heart goes out to you.Warren will be missed but his memory
    will be not be forgotten. I only remember things when we were small children. Freckle mountain the Clyde house the big Indian rock and the Roan
    Mountain cook outs. Not to forget the footlog and creek. My prayers are with the family.

  4. Mazell Stafford

    Prayers , Bessings & condolences to the whole Garland family.

  5. JENNIFER GLOER

    so sorry to hear about Warren’s passing he was a kind soul I truly considered a friend while going to high school with him he will be greatly missed.

  6. Earl Blanchette

    Sorry to hear of Warrens passing.

  7. So sorry to hear of Warrens passing. He had such great talents. I always enjoyed watching him perform in school plays. My prayers are with your family.

  8. Lois (Sandy) Freeman

    So sorry for your loss Gayle, Eugene (peanut), Arthur & Mrs. Garland.

  9. Robert Burleson

    I would always get excited when I heard that Warren was coming for a visit to NC. I knew I would get to play in the dirt, the mud. I knew I would get to hear him laugh. I knew we would wade the branches, fish the creeks and share memories that would withstand time, memories that would take us back to the foundations of our youth. Those memories are important to me and they were important to Warren as well. I’m thankful for the times I got to share with him, for his heart, his laughter and his confidence that in our youth we could conquer anything before us. I will mourn the fact that our youth together has passed but I will smile and remember the grand adventures of our childhood. May God bring peace to his family and faith that he is on a new adventure.

  10. Kathy Robertie

    Warren was a true friend. Many of the best days I spent at the Post Office were with Warren. He was a joy to know and share time with. I will always remember the cake he brought me when I left the flat sorter. His sense of humor was unequaled. You have my sympathies on this devastating loss to your family. So untimely. You are all in my prayers. May you Rest In Peace my dear friend.

  11. So sorry to hear bout Warren. He came to see me in Fort Worth a few months ago I was blessed to see him before he passed. Warren was a great guy great sense of humor. I loved Warren like a family member. No more suffering brother. I love you man

  12. Rest in peace Warren. You truly were one in a million. The Heavens are Blessed to have you there. My heartfelt condolences to all of the Garland family. God Bless.

  13. I am so sorry to hear about Warren’s passing. He was always so respectful to me and always entertaining. God is taking care of him. Linda, please get in touch with me if you need to. I would love to see you.

  14. I am so sorry to hear such sad news. It was so wonderful to know Michaela bad such a wonderful husband. I pray loving memories hold all of through this difficult time. Loves is eternal.

  15. My sweet cousin Micheala, I’m so sorry for the loss of your sweet Warren. Please know that my arms are around you as you walk this sad journey.
    I lost my husband to. Cancer 7 yrs ago. It’s a disease that shows no mercy.
    Your sweet husband I know is with his angels. And in Gods loving and safe arms.
    He is no longer in pain and now can run free.
    God Bless you and your family.
    Your cousin
    Irene Blau Bevard

  16. My deepest sympathy to the family. I worked with Warren for 7 years before being reassigned to Austin. He was nice and had a wonderful sense of humor. He was very smart. He knew a lot about almost everything. I am so sorry for your loss. He spoke fondly about all of his family.

  17. The world has dimmed with the passing of a loving soul. But to be sure Warren will never be gone as he lives in the minds and hearts of all he touched. May those thoughts and memories sustain all of us who loved him as we learn to move forward. Love to Michaela, Garrett, and the entire family.

  18. Warren will always be remembered as a very good man and friend. we worked many long, hard days & nights at the US Postal Service in Waco but also had good, fun times there too. we even went to a couple of concerts together. he always enjoyed life and lived it to the fullest when I knew him. so goodbye old friend for now until we meet again up yonder. here’s wishing all his family & friends all the best always. God Bless.

  19. I’m so sorry to hear this.
    My deepest sympathy to you all

  20. Cyndi Snokhous

    Linda, and the entire Garland Family,
    I pray the All-Father and only God will keep you very close to him at this time of sorrow. My prayers are with you, as they always are. Rest in Him. Weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning, as the Psalmist says. So be comforted, my dear friend.
    Cyndi Snokhous

  21. Mark L Frazier

    So sorry to hear this news! I have many fond memories attending school with Warren. He will be greatly missed. Prayers sent to the Garland family.

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