Hunter Garrett Obituary, Murfreesboro TN, Zachary High School Student has died

Hunter Garrett Obituary, Murfreesboro TN, Zachary High School Student has died

Hunter Garrett Obituary, Death – The news of the demise of my cherished husband, Hunter Garrett, is the source of the greatest anguish in my life, and I am so sorry to have to share it with you. On June 7, 2023, Hunter rushed into the arms of Jesus following a sudden and unexpected illness that brought about a quick decrease in his health.

I explained to him that wasn’t how it worked, that you don’t get married to someone seven years younger than you with the intention of ever living without that person. This duty to place an order for a pink pall was to fall on his shoulders around the year 2095. Unfortunately, he arrived at the heavenly party before I did. This morning, I’m quite sure that my Poppa served him the finest cup of coffee he’s ever had, and my Mamon leaned over the newspaper and said, “Boy, don’t you know that’s Maxwell house?”

I’m pretty sure that my Poppa served him the best cup of coffee he’s ever had. Hunter Eugene Garrett, age 26, was a resident of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and had previously lived in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and Zachary, Louisiana. On June 7, 2023, he passed away at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital as a result of an unforeseen illness and a rapid drop in health.
Truman Warren Fairley, Sr., Hunter’s Pawpaw, passed away before him. Hunter was named after him.
His loving parents Mark and Theresa Garrett of Zachary, Louisiana; his siblings Jacob Garrett (Jamie) of New Orleans, Louisiana; Cody (Marisa) and Laura of Houston, Texas; his Grammy Patricia Jean Fairley of Zachary, Louisiana; his aunts and uncles Perri (Uncle Don), Warren (Aunt Marg), and Shari (Shane); and a host of cousins whom he loves very much: Matt, Brittany, Kendall, Shayne, and a host