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Obituary: David O. Garner, FEB. 10, 1952 — MARCH 24, 2020

David O. Garner
Posted: Mar. 26, 2020 9:38 am

David O. Garner, 68, of Hannibal, Missouri, passed away at 9:14 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at his home.

There will be no services.

Arrangements for cremation are under the directions of the James O'Donnell Funeral Home in Hannibal.

David was born February 10, 1952, in Hannibal, Missouri to Everett O. Garner and Ethel Higgins Garner.

He was first married to Dell Ann Lake on May 19, 1973 in Hannibal, Missouri. She preceded him in death on November 9, 2010.

He later married Kay Greenawalt on March 22, 2019. She survives.

Other survivors include one daughter, Angela Marie Garner Lynch of Hannibal, Missouri; one sister, Judy Garner Baker (Don) of Chesterfield, Missouri; two stepsons, Kenny Boswell (Laura) of Hannibal, MO and Kory Boswell of Hannibal; and one stepdaughter, Kb Boswell (Crystal) of Hannibal, Missouri. He is also survived by six grandchildren, Laken Lee Ann Lynch, Hunter David Lynch, Kory Boswell, Jr., Angel Boswell, Abby Hall and Elizabeth Hall.

David is preceded in death by his parents; one stepdaughter, Kala Boswell; and one grandson, Oliver Boswell.

Professionally David worked as a machinist in the maintenance department at Continental Cement Company in Hannibal, Missouri.

David was a history buff and enjoyed Civil War reenactments and attended the 150th Anniversary in Gettysburg. He was a big supporter of the military and enjoyed going to the Air Shows in St. Louis, MO. David liked golfing, playing his fiddle and harmonica and telling stories. Everyone was family to David and he loved being with them and especially liked having family barbecues.

David attended Clover Road Christian Church.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Online condolences may be shared and video tribute may be viewed at www.JamesODonnellFuneralHome.com

 

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