S: In Memory of Thomas Garner
FC: Thomas Garner | December 7th 1921 - January 10th 2010
2: Davey Crockett
3: Like branches on a tree, our lives may grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one. | Family | You are always with us
4: Great Memories
6: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers
8: He Loved Bowling and had LOTS of Trophies | He Loved Sweet Peas and his garden has the most beautifully scented ones!
9: Gladys was the reason he sold his car and went back to riding his bike!
10: Families can be together again
12: Farewell for now...but not goodbye, because we know that you are always with us and we will be with you again! We love you and Miss you Dad, Grandad Tom!
14: Our most treasured family heirlooms are our sweet family memories.
15: You will be missed - but we have a lot to remember....
19: Thomas Garner Born December 7th 1921 Died January 10th 2010 Taking with you a lifetime of memories and Love!!
21: Your Legacy...
23: My Grandad Tom He was the generous hard-working postman from Stockport A war hero who spent quality time with the squirrels on Turncroft Lane. His humor and positive outlook poured into his jokes and stories. And he would pull your leg as fast as he would pay for your dinner! His pleasures were simple. Stockport County football, James Bond movies, Sweet peas and English toffee’s And I will always remember .. Holidays with him in France, Corfu, Majorca and Bulgaria. A toothless attack cat named “Tiddles”. His crooked smile when the Hooters waitresses wiped his chin. I will forever hear his songs. “Eee by Gum” and “All of a Sudden a Dirty Black Pudding” And I will forever respond.. To his nickname for me of “Chuck” Above all else. He made me happy and my life is better for having him in it
25: What side were you on in the War Uncle Tom?....