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112 West King Street
P.O. Box 336
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Phone: 717-532-2211
Fax: 717-532-8471
Dallas Garman

Dallas E. Garman

Wednesday, February 24th, 1926 - Sunday, May 17th, 2020
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Dallas E. Garman, 94, of Shippensburg, passed away on Sunday, May 17, 2020 at his home surrounded by his loving family.

Born Wednesday, February 24, 1926 in Camp Hill, Cumberland County, he was a son of the late L. Dean and Helen Baker Garman, Sr.

Dallas was a United States Army Veteran serving in WWII. He retired in 1984 from Letterkenny Army Depot as a heavy equipment operator.

He was a member of the Shippensburg First Church of God where he served on the Church Council and also served as an Usher, Deacon, Greeter, Junior Church Teacher, Bible School Helper, and taught Sunday school for over 50 years. He was a member of the Shippensburg AARP #2525, the Christian Business Men’s Association, and the Tanglewood Hunting Camp. Dallas received a certificate from the Harrisburg School of the Bible and the Shippensburg School District.
Dallas enjoyed gardening, hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Nancy M. Diehl Garman whom he married April 22, 1950; one daughter, Joanne L. (Howard) Bly, Shippensburg; three grandchildren, Michelle L. Bly and husband, Tony Shetter, Waynesboro, Tara A. (Jason) Mowery, Chambersburg, and Jennifer L. Bly, and her husband Jamal Boubakri, Montclair, VA; five great grandchildren, Carter, Callie, Leena, Nora, and Layla; one brother, L. Dean Garman, Jr., Mechanicsburg; and three sisters, Lucille Flohr, Baer, DE, Joyce Binner, Dillsburg, and Delores Kearns, Chambersburg; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Harold Garman; and two sisters, Rosalie Carmack and Betty Livingston.

Funeral services and burial will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Shippensburg First Church of God, 121 East King Street, Shippensburg, PA 17257

Online condolences may be expressed at www.fogelsanger-brickerfuneralhome.com.
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  • Service

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    Private
    Address
    PA
    Officiant
    Pastor Jim Rogers
    Co-Celebrant
    Dr. Tony Shetter
    Pastor Gary Hornbaker
  • Interment

    Location
    Spring Hill Cemetery
    Address
    114 North Morris St.
    shippensburg, PA 17257
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Gary White

Posted at 04:39pm
Gary L. White

Mr. Garman was easy to be around. He was very approachable just a short time after I got to know him through other members of his family. He was an upbeat, positive, optimistic and friendly man who didn't hesitate to share his feelings of devotion and dedication to God, Jesus and the Holy Word of the Bible. I enjoyed spending time with him and his extended family, often on a Sunday evening and sometimes at his and his wife's home, where we ate a good meal, watched a movie or played some board or card games. Usually some laughs ensued, particularly when many of us got deeply involved and hyped-up by a game. Good times, so they were! He was a very good man and I will be one of many who will miss seeing him around.
KB

Keith Baker

Posted at 04:32pm
Saddened to see the loss of Dallas. My understanding was that he and my grandfather Preston were very close. He left a lasting impression on my life as a Sunday School teacher and wish I could have spent time with him in hearing those stories. Sending Prayers to the family in the loss of a great man.
PG

Phil Garman

Posted at 12:22pm
'Big Dal' as some of us liked to call him (Uncle Dallas) was such a joy to be around. We always had some good laughs together. His laugh, his smile, his gracious spirit were just an outward expression of what really made him as a man and that was his hope and trust in his savior Jesus Christ. His positive outlook on life was because he knew he was only passing through this earth on his journey to the Celestial City. We grieve, but not as others who have no hope ... and so shall we always be with the Lord. May the Lord give comfort and peace to the family.
JS

Jerry Shoap

Posted at 09:17pm
As I think about people who have made an impact in my life, Dallas Garman would be on that list. After I answered the call to pastoral ministry I would see him at the annual conference sessions. He would always tell people how I had been in his Sunday School class as a young boy and assure them I was a "good boy" and never caused any trouble. Seeing that I had been in his class back in the 60's I think maybe his memory was a bit faulty, or he was just being kind as it was his nature to be kind. Mr. Garman had a tremendous influence over many others like me through the years. You will all be in our prayers.
JD

Joyce Diller

Posted at 09:13pm
Uncle Dallas was a kind & sweet spirited man .... those who knew him also knew that he loved the Lord and others. He didn’t need a lot of material things and he and Aunt Nancy lived a simple life of faith in God and love for each other for 70 + years! A true legacy .... we will meet again ✝️
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