Shane Nichole Garman

March 15, 1981November 15, 2021

Shane Nichole Garman, age 40, of Airway Heights, Washington passed away on Monday, November 15, 2021. Shane was born March 15, 1981.

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Shane Nichole Garman

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November 27, 2021

I'm so glad I met you 6 years ago. I was a mess then and I guess I still am now. Of all the people that I've been friends with in my life, you were a true friend. You were the only one I knew that I could trust with my kids. I say trust and mean that you were the only one I knew here that wasn't on drug or an alcoholic. Their safety and we'll being was what you cared about most. And even though there wasn't room for them to be there you made it work. You took them under your wing and treated them as if they were your own. Between the two of us we managed to pull of birthdays and holidays for all the kids. Most of the time we would be broke but the kids wouldn't know that by all the gifts they would receive. If anything the kids always felt special and loved. As some of the kids got older and had different opinions and would rather be somewhere else, I hope they never forgot that you still loved them and would do a thing for them. This last year was one of the most difficult times we have ever gone through, and life threw one obstacle after another at us, you didn't go down with out a fight. God took you with him sooner than we all expected. There is one thing I didn't get to tell you, I'm sorry I wasn't a better friend. I don't think I deserved a friend like you in my life, but am very thankful for having had one. I'm thankful you had the army you had supporting you. And though you had a difference of opinions most days, they have the same love and compassion for the kids as you did. In a world that has turned cruel, our kids couldn't have better people to be there for them while they too face a difficult time. Thank you Amy and Patricia. Now, as we try to pull ourselves together, and figure out how to go on without you, I will remind the kids often that you love them and are watching them now from above. You will be missed deeply but remain in our hearts forever. Till I see you again my dear friend, thank you for being my friend.