Garrett  Williams
Garrett Williams, 35, of Tulsa, formerly of McAlester, died on Thursday, February 6, 2020, at his home in Tulsa.
Funeral arrangements are pending with Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
Published on February 7, 2020
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Les
Feb 09, 2020
When my body won't hold me anymore
And it finally lets me free
Will I be ready?
When my feet won't walk another mile
And my lips give their last kiss goodbye
Will my hands be steady?
When I lay down my fears
My hopes and my doubts
The rings on my fingers
And the keys to my house
With no hard feelings
When the sun hangs low in the west
And the light in my chest
Won't be kept held at bay any longer
When the jealousy fades away
And it's ash and dust for cash and lust
And it's just hallelujah
And love in thoughts and love in the words
Love in the songs they sing in the church
And no hard feelings
Lord knows they haven't done
Much good for anyone
Kept me afraid and cold
With s
...o much to have and hold
Mmh
When my body won't hold me anymore
And it finally lets me free
Where will I go?
Will the trade winds take me south
Through Georgia grain or tropical rain
Or snow from the heavens?
Will I join with the ocean blue
Or run into the savior true
And shake hands laughing
And walk through the night
Straight to the light
Holding the love I've known in my life
And no hard feelings
Lord knows they haven't done
Much good for anyone
Kept me afraid and cold
With so much to have and hold
Under the curving sky
I'm finally learning why
It matters for me and you
To say it and mean it too
For life and its loveliness
And all of its ugliness
Good as it's been to me
I have no enemies
I have no enemies
I have no enemies
I have no enemies
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Rebecca Fenton
Feb 09, 2020
With great sorrow this condolences is written. Prayers that God will envelop your family in his peace and comfort at this time of grief. May memories of happiness fill your thoughts of Garrets life and the precious times together and the assurance of eternity together.
In sincere sympathy. Becky Fenton
Will and Katherine Rosebure
Feb 09, 2020
We remember Garrett as a boy that loved to play with electrical cords. He was quiet and pleasant with a grin on his face. Loss of a child at any age is difficult for parents but especially at such a young age. We pray for the healing that only God can provide.
Michele Davis
Feb 08, 2020
I agree. Garrett was quiet and very observant. He was very intelligent and funny. Knowing how he was raised and through conversation with Garrett, I know he had definitely given his heart to the Lord and accepted Christ as his savior years ago. Knowing this gives me, and I’m sure his family, the assurance of knowing Garrett has finally found true peace, joy and rest with our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Chris Ayers
Feb 08, 2020
Love you guys Colin and your family brother and keeping you guys in my prayers!
Pastors Jose & Nelly Martinez with GCTC family.
Feb 08, 2020
We had lots of good memories, good times and tough times, he was a great guy, always pouring into people. He was quiet and observative and then he will say something silly just out of the blue. He hated when he have to write CQ’s or when we cancel the gym for him, but he did it anyways, always willing and always open. He wrote a beautiful poem about his journey they were beautiful words. I share this pictures because I know that he’ll wants us to remember him that way. He will always be in our hearts. Our prayer goes to this family in this time of sorrow and pain.
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Sharon Jackson
Feb 08, 2020
Garrett was our neighbor in the villas at bricktown. So sorry about his death. He was such a nice and handsome young man. We enjoyed visiting at the mailbox. Will be missed. Charlie and Sharon Jackson
Benny and Barbara tate
Feb 08, 2020
So sorry for your loss, will keep you and your family in my prayers.
Alisha DeFrange
Feb 07, 2020
I’m very sorry about your loss. My family and l are morning the loss of Garrett. You are wonderful people and I hate the future to come. Please accept our love as we will be here with open arms.