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Garry Lee Wilkins passed away at home on October 9, 2020 in Sherwood, Arkansas after 63 years of life. Born in Little Rock to Odis Adolph Wilkins and Ruby Lee Wilkins on January 4, 1957, he leaves behind: his brother and sister-in-law, Michael and Janet; his sister, Faydeane Gray; his son, Kevin; his daughter, Megan; their mother, Paula; his daughter-in-law, Molly, and granddaughter, Téa.

Garry joins his mother, his father, and his brother, Glen, in the cherished memories of the rest of the Wilkins family and friends. 

Garry will always be remembered for his fondness of music, cars, jigsaw puzzles, games of backgammon, dominoes, and horseshoes, watching car races and the Razorbacks play, and for his electronics expertise. His decades-long career in medical imaging service helped countless doctors, nurses, their patients, and fellow technicians in Arkansas and surrounding states. 

Garry and Paula raised their children, Megan and Kevin, together in Sherwood before moving to Fair Grove, Missouri in 1998. Garry later returned to Sherwood where he remained a devoted father, husband, brother, son, and friend to others until the very end. 

Dad, I am you and you are me, forever.


Memorial Services: 

There will be a walk-up memorial at his home in Sherwood on the weekend of November 7 & 8 for friends and family to stop by and visit safely at any time between 10am to 5pm.

Garry chose to be cremated and left to his children. This website will remain online as a memorial to our father to visit, leave notes, and share photos.

Please feel free to leave condolences in the Comments below.

We’d also love to have any stories and photos of Garry to share personally or post on this website.

Email questions, stories & photos to memorial@garrywilkins.rip


Obituraries:

Arkansas Democrat Gazette

A Natural State Funeral Services

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  1. Thank you for raising lovely children. One who has been a friend to me 💜 much love and respect. Blessings to your family.

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  2. We remember the good memories of happy days. You loved your children and they loved you. I pray that you are resting now and we will see you again one day.

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