OBITUARY

Helen Garland

January 8, 1935December 27, 2018

Helen O. Garland Born January 8, 1935 and passed from this life into her eternal home on December 27, 2018. Helen was born in Yuma, AZ on January 8, 1935 to the late Finoclade & Teresa (Ortega) Lorona. On July 20, 1957 she married Jim D. Garland. She had a heart of compassion for others, sacrificing her own wants to put the needs of others first. She is survived by their children Jimmie Dale Garland, Jr., Michael A. Garland (Donna), Judy A. Johnson (Alex Aguilera) and Robert A Garland. Grandchildren-Michelle Grubbs (David), Michael Garland (Michelle), Marc Garland (Kellie), Brandy Nugent, Bryan Nugent (Melissa), Nicole Robinson (Kendrick), Jennifer Summers, Noah Garland, (Alisa), Kimberly Struebig (Brandon), Lacy Kocian, Jeremy Coulston, Alex Aguilera Jr. (Lisa), Nancy Sanchez (Jose), Joshua Aguilera, Kayle Garland, Epic Garland, Abigail Garland, 32 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Helen is preceded in death by her husband, parent, brothers, sisters and daughter-in-law Mary Garland.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, December 31, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 2, 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, January 2, 2019
REMEMBERING

Helen Garland

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jim johnson

January 16, 2019

judy sorry for your loss love.......jim..j

Becca Gee

January 2, 2019

I will always remember Mrs. Garland's laugh. Any time Judy and her friends did anything goofy she always had the best laugh. I guess that's where the family got their great sense of humor!

Keeping you all in my prayers.

Becky Allen Garza

Tina Hammonds

December 30, 2018

The Garland family is in prayers, Mrs Garland was a great mother in law precious memories. All my love Tina

Tina Hamp

December 30, 2018

A favorite memory of Helen is making Judy and I play outside in the 100 degree summer heat when she would Pray the Rosary. As children we thought it was so mean and that it took forever. Now I know she just wanted some extra peace and quiet away from two silly and loud girls, she was pretty smart. I think 40+ years later she still thought we were silly and loud together, but that we’d always be there for each other, I hope that made her happy.

My condolences to the entire Garland family, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Always,
Tina Hamp

FROM THE FAMILY