Harry Garber

October 12, 1943 ‒ June 23, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Harry Garber, age 74, of Mount Vernon passed away on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at the Knox Community Hospital.

He was born on October 12, 1943 in Detroit, Michigan to the late Harry and Margaret (Boals) Garber. Harry was employed at Hydro-Matic Pump and Barnes Pump as a Machinist.  He attended the Green Valley United Methodist Church and was a life member of Amvets Post #1969 in Haysville.

He is survived by his daughters, Teresa (Kirk) Ebert, Jennifer (Dan) Wagner; his sons, Todd Garber, Jason (Chan) Garber, Jeff (Diana) Garber; thirteen grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren; and his sister Carol (Paul) Kauffman.

In addition to his parents, Harry was preceded in death by his first wife Georgia Garber; his second wife Rachel Garber; his companion Kathryn Wolfe; and his sister Helen Devenney.

Friends may call on Thursday, June 28, 2018 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the Snyder Funeral Home; 33 E. College Street, Fredericktown, Ohio, 43019. A service will be held on Friday, June 29, 2018 beginning at 1:00 PM , at the funeral home, with Rev. Dr. Carolyn Greene officiating.  Burial will take place in Green Valley Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lupus Foundation or to the American Diabetes Association.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com. 

The Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Harry Garber.

 

  • BILL WAS AT THE LAKE ALOT OVER THE YEARS MARBLEHEAD,OHIO
    VISITING THE LIGGETTS AND UNCLE JIM BREWER,BILL TOLD UNCLE JIM ABOUT KING LANES BOWLING LANES NEEDED SOMEONE TO RUN THE LANES .
    THEN HE MOVED BACK,SHORTLEY AFTER THAT MY DAD JERRY LIGGETT SAID WE ARE MOVING BACK TO ASHLAND,GOD BLESS YOU BILL…

  • Sorry for your loss. Bill will be missed at the Garber reunion. Prayers for the family.

  • Harry, as known to Rachel’s family took care of Rachel with much love and compassion. He also helped take care of our mother Frances. I appreciated him so much. He cared so much for his family. He talked about them all the time.

  • Uncle Bill you was our rock. I could call and you’d be right there. It’s going to be hard to not have you to lean on. I will miss you dearly. Love you

  • God bless uncle Bill seems like yesterday we sat at the picnic table discussing the family tree and all it’s branches. You will be missed greatly. My deepest condolences to the family during this difficult time. May God carry you all threw the pain and heartache. My apologies for not attending