Carolyn Louise Garrison Smith
”1950 - 2019”

    Carolyn Louise Garrison Smith

    When someone you love becomes a memory,
    the memory becomes a treasure."

      Carolyn Louise Garrison Smith,
      68, of Locust Grove, passed away February 19, 2019 at her residence
      surrounded by her family. She was born July 29, 1950 in Broken Arrow, Ok
      to Lawrence and Ruby Garrison.
      She married the love of her life, Leonard Smith, on December 22, 1978.
      Carolyn enjoyed reading, solving crossword puzzles, cooking, going to auctions
      and flea markets, but her greatest pleasure was visiting with friends and family.
      Those who were waiting to welcome her home are her parents:
      Lawrence and Viola Garrison; brother Walter Lee Garrison;
      sister Gerene Schmidt; nephews Cody Garrison and John David Tattershall,
      and niece Donna Tattershall.
      Carolyn is survived by a loving family which includes her husband:
      Leonard Smith (Locust Grove); sons Mark and Stephanie Smith (Locust Grove),
      Kevin and Valerie Collins (Henryetta, OK); daughters Terry and
      Justice McArter (Sand Springs), Tonia Kernodle (North Carolina);
      brothers Steve and Pam Garrison (Rose, Ok), Dewey and Pat Garrison (Rose, Ok),
      Raymond and Brenda Garrison (Rose, Ok); sister Sue and Edward Mayes (Tulsa, Ok);
      grandchildren Cian Smith, Calvin McArter, Morgan Skaggs, Brittany Murray,
      William Murray, Kaci Collins, Charles Collins, Danny Collins, Robbie Kernodle,
      and Sandra Ann Kernodle; great – grandchildren: Paisley Murray, Kye Murray,
      Charles Collins Jr., Steven Collins, Judah Collins, Ruby Clem, Jamie Clem,
      Jasmine Clem.
      A host of nieces, nephews, and friends also survive her.
      She will dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.

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