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Helen Garrett

Mrs. Helen Garrett, age 75, Johnson City, formerly of Jonesborough, passed away Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at Johnson City Medical Center.
Mrs. Garrett was born in Poteau, Oklahoma and daughter of the late Agbert & Violet Bledsoe Holdridge. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Albert Monroe Garrett and seven brothers and sisters.
She was a member of Watauga Point United Methodist Church. Mrs. Garrett was a Homemaker and enjoyed sewing, crafts, singing and making music in church. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren called her “GiGi’, she loved spending time with them.
Survivors include four children, Nancy Alexander (John), Phyllis Kindle (Keith), John Garrett (Julie) and David Garrett (Julie); grandchildren, Jeremy Alexander (Rebecca), Brandon Kindle (Shauna), Anthony Garrett (Cindy Garden), Kaleb Kindle, Alex “Sissy” Roark (Willie), Justin Garrett (Christa), Bronson Alexander (Rachel), Timothy Garrett, Jami Garrett (Logan), Andrea Brown (Randy), Sheena Lockman (Brit) and Coco Jacobo (Juan); twenty-nine great-grandchildren; brother, Kenneth Holdridge (Edith); two sisters, Chris Linn (James) and Ruby Hatfield (Mike); special dog, Butch and white dove, Angel.
Celebration of Life Service will be conducted 1:00 pm Friday, April 28, 2017 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Pastor Estel Williams and Pastor Mike Berry officiating.

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Jesse & Keesha Rhudy
Nancy and family: We are so very sorry about the passing of your Mother. You have been in our thoughts.
Michael and Tammy Lones
We are so sorry for your loss. Love and prayers to the family.
Mary Bowman
Just wanted to send our thoughts and prayers to the family.... Sorry to hear about your mom.... I didn't know that Albert had passed as well..Albert was my bus driver at Daniel Boone High School.....Also my sister and bro loved him as well... They were both special people and will be missed a lot...... Mary, Holly & Jacob Bowman