Robert “Bob” Garverick

January 11, 1931 ‒ May 25, 2018

Fredericktown, Ohio

Robert “Bob” Garverick, age 87, of Fredericktown, Ohio, passed away on Friday, May 25, 2018 at Knox Community Hospital in Mount Vernon, Ohio. He was born on January 11, 1931 in Fredericktown, Ohio to the late Trent and Gladys (Conner) Garverick.

Bob went to Fredericktown High School and graduated in 1948. He became a Brick Mason and joined the Brick Layers Union and was a member for many years.  In high school, Bob enjoyed art and photography classes and used those skills for the rest of his life.  He loved to spend time drawing, painting and taking photographs.  In his early years he enjoyed fishing and trapping.  Most of all he loved being around his family.

Bob is survived by his wife, Dixie (Denman) Garverick; a daughter, Cheryl Lynn Garverick; a son, Robert Trent (Shirley) Garverick; grandchildren, James Robert Garverick, Sheri Nordman; and great-grandchildren, Demetrius and Richard Nordman; a sister, Eileen Smith; several nieces and nephews.

Along with his parents, Bob is preceded in death by his brothers, Dale and Gale Baker.

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  • Dear Dixie, Cheryl and Bob,
    My sympathy on passing of a dear friend, growing up I thought of as another Brother. Kathryn Nauman Williams

  • Dixie,
    I am sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. May Gods love help you and your find peace at this time.
    With my deepest sympathy

  • Dixie and family members, so sorry to hear of the passing of your loved one. Bob was one of my class mates. You were blessed to have him for the many years. Many blessings and prayers.

  • Dixie and Cheri
    I am so sorry for your lost my prayers and thoughts are with you all in this very tough time in your life
    with all my love and prayers

  • My prayers and thoughts r with you and family. I would have came to the hospital if I would have known. I was one of those bricklayers I loved him so much.

  • Dixie,

    So sorry for your loss.
    Deanna Shira-Tackett
    daughter of Ralph and Doris Shira

  • Dear Cheri and family, I am so sorry to hear you lost your Father. Somehow I missed this notice in the paper and just happened to see it on the Snyder site. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Valerie and family