OBITUARY

Alfred Audrey McGarity

November 29, 1929June 3, 2019
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Alfred Audrey “Cotton” McGarity November 29, 1929-June 3, 2019

Cotton went to be with the Lord June 3, 2019. He was born fourth of sixth children, of Fred and Rebecca McGarity in the Sharon community of Mecklenburg County. He graduated from Sharon School and joined the Navy. Based in San Diageo He met his wife of 52 years, Joann Frazier. After completing their military obligations, they moved back to Charlotte, North Carolina. There Cotton and his brother Bill ran a Texaco gas station at the corner of Fairview and Sharon road. He worked for several food companies before eventually developing his own food brokerage company named Carolina Institutional Sales. Cotton helped many people throughout his forty year career in the foodservice business. Cotton was predeceased by his wife Joann. He is survived by his three children Barbara McGarity Summers, Alfred Allen McGarity and wife Valerie, Linda Daniel Klaisle and husband Ned. Grandchildren Allen Daniel, Lindsay Daniel, Adam McGarity, Aaron Daniel, Audrey Bowman, and Michael McGarity. Great Grandchildren are Kara, Sydney, David, Elijah, Alister, Macie, Olivia, Claire, Ian, Maddox. Special thanks for his care and friendship from his granddaughter Audrey, his friend Sam Templeton, and the staff at Sardis Oaks. Visitation will be Friday at 10am at the McEwen funeral home on Monroe road, with services at 11:OO at Sharon Memorial Park.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 7, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 7, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, June 7, 2019

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Alfred Audrey McGarity

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Steve Rucker

June 8, 2019

Dear Family,

Sorry I did not get to attend the service. I just found out today. Cotton was a good friend of mine. My deepest sympathy to the family.

Steve Rucker

Don Danielson

June 7, 2019

Dear family , I am so sorry for your loss!! I’m sorry I didn’t get to attend( it would have been an honor) I didn’t find out until today. My deepest sympathy, don Danielson

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