Garland D. McIver, age 42, of Westerville, OH. November 4, 2010 at OSU Ross Heart Center. Employed by NAPA Auto Parts on Morse Road. Graduate of Westerville South High School. Survived by parents, Cary and Marie McIver of Westerville; brother, Cary (Mary) McIver, II of Delaware; nieces, Justice and Ireland McIver; nephew, Sean McIver; several cousins including Katrina Jones who was more like a sister; uncles, Washington (Sue) Coleman and Johnny (Pat) Coleman, all of Winston Salem, N.C.. Preceded in death by grandparents, Washington and Leonia Colemn; aunt Mary L. Blakney. Friends may call at the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, 55 E. Schrock Road, Westerville, Sunday 2-5 p.m. and Monday 11 a.m.-12 noon where service will be held Monday at 12 noon, Pastor Carl W. Allen, officiating. Interment Blendon Central.
Delores Legette - Nov 28, 2010
Sorry for your loss, I remember Garland as a little boy, he had that same smile then too. This is only temporary, God bless you all. Cousin,Delores
Mrs. Patricia M. Blair - Nov 25, 2010
When I was a little girl, I remember waiting on my father to come home from the hospital so that he could tell us all about the new baby. That baby was Garland. My younger sister and I were so excited! When we saw him we thought that he was very cute. Recently, Garland and I had a long conversation on the phone…I will always treasure that. And because of our amazing God and his Word, which is faithful and true…I look forward to seeing him and talking to him, again. I am so excited!
” …And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last. I am he that liveth and was dead, and behold, I am alive forevermore, Amen.;…” Revelation 1:17
Helen M. Crawford and Curley McIver Jr. - Nov 8, 2010
SORRY ; WE ARE NOT THERE WITH YOU!
May the Lord’s hand of compassion and love and his guiding light from above sine down upon you and give you strength during time of sorrow. May you find confort in knowing that your family and friends share in you loss.
Our prayers are always with you.
Bishop William and Helen Crawford,
Curley MCIver, St. Luke Pentecostal Church
Darlington, South Carolina
Steve Johnston - Nov 7, 2010
Mr. and Mrs. McIver, and Allen – I am very sorry for your loss.
Growing up in Huber Ridge with Allen and Garland made for such an awesome childhood. I have so many memories of playing sports on Natalie Ct. S. all night or on weekends until Aunt Betty called the boys in for dinner or for bedtime. I remember that kick ball or baseball in the court usually involved a ball hitting your house, thank you for being so patient and understanding.
I remember Garland being a lot of fun to be around, always funny and in a good mood. He had a great smile that was infectious.
I have so many great memories of Garland and will never forget him.
– Steve (aka to Garland, “Stevie”)
Evans Automotive - Nov 5, 2010
We are very sorry for you loss. We will all miss Garland very much here. He was always full of joy and always had a smile when he came to the shop. Everyone here has many great memories of Garland and will never forget him.