Margie Ann Garver

August 27, 1928December 2, 2018

Margie Ann Garver, 90, beloved wife of George Garver, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, December 2, 2018. Margie was married to George for 59 years. She enjoyed walks on the beach and her mountain home in north Georgia, but most of all Margie loved being with her family and will be greatly missed.

She is preceded in death by her husband, George f. Garver and her son, Ralph O. Garver.

Those left to cherish her memory include der daughter, Sherrie L. Trendel and son in law, Rick Trendel of Titusville, FL; granddaughter, Layla N. Rosenweig and husband, Jason; grandson, Richard F. Trendel, III and wife, Maro; granddaughter, Chief Warrant Officer Diane E. Washburn and husband, Lieutenant Aaron Washburn US Army. Margie loved and enjoyed her three great-grandchildren, Vangeli, Eli and Akira Trendel.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 10:30am to 11:00am with a Funeral Service to follow at 11:00am in the Life Event Center at Florida Memorial, 5950 South US highway 1, Rockledge, FL.


  • Visitation Thursday, December 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 6, 2018

Margie Ann Garver

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Shirley Dublin

December 6, 2018

Sending my deepest condolence's to you and your family. I thank God that I was able to meet such a sweet anointed woman of God such as your mom. I remembered the first time you introduced her to me, she made me feel as though I had known her all my life. I thank God I was able to meet her and will truly miss seeing her beautiful smile.

She may be gone in body but her spirit is with God.

Keith Girten

December 5, 2018

Aunt Margie was always a special person to our family and to me. She was one of the most kind, caring, loving person with the most infectious laugh, as everyone knows. I have very fond memories of visiting the Garver family with my parents and how Aunt Margie provided such great hospitality and could always relate to young people. I am blessed to have known and loved Aunt Margie, Uncle George, and Cousin Ralph. And have always been and always will be especially close to my dearest cousin Sherrie, my buddy. Knowing Aunt Margie's deep believe and faith in the Good Lord she's now residing in Heaven with her loving husband George and son Ralph.
God bless you Aunt Margie, you will be missed.

Paige Leslie

December 5, 2018

I remember Margie coming to our holiday celebration a few years ago. It was a cold evening, the fireplace was roaring with it's warmth spilling over the room. Decorations around the house were sparkling and twinkling a beautiful soft light. The scents of cinnamon and pine filled the air. As Sherrie, her mom (Margie) and I sat on the sofa in front the fire, soaking the holiday season in, Margie reached over, laid her hand on mine, and said in a quiet voice, "Thank you so much for the invitation, I could sit here forever, it is so peaceful, you can feel God's presence." What a sweet moment in time. She joined our Bible Study group one night when she was visiting Sherrie, who opened her home to us. Her Bible knowledge inspired us all that night. What a wealth of biblical knowledge she had. Rest in Peace Margie.

Ostrom Family

December 5, 2018

To know Margie was to be loved by Margie. So blessed that she brought up my beautiful sister-in-love Sherrie to be a blessing to the whole Trendel family. Throughout the years whenever we were together we were always greeted by Margie's genuine smile; you felt like she had been just waiting to see and hear about you. That smile never left her even in the last year of her life when we visited! Thanks for loving all of us Mrs. G!