Garber, Darcie L.

January 16, 1972 - May 14, 2020

Darcie was born Sunday afternoon, January 16, 1972 in Laporte, Texas.
She did not cry but instead looked around at the lights with great interest, her lovely eyes expressing great curiosity and wonder.

Darcie began school at Villa Del Ray in Baton Rouge Louisiana; she continued school at Foster Elementary, Creekwood Middle school and graduated from Kingwood High School. She attended Lone Star Collage and North Texas Collage. Her hobbies included soccer, gymnastics, SCUBA diving and travelling. After moving to Orlando Florida Darcie found her calling in property management and leasing.

She is survived by her parents Lloyd and Betty Garber, her brother Gayland Garber and his spouse Andrea Garber, Sister Babette Wilson and spouse Captain Scott Wilson a niece Piper and nephew Asher and her precious Yorkshire terrier, Ginger Garber (GG)

Darcie made friends easily and was known to lend a helping hand to many. We remember her incredible generosity, bubbling laughter and love of high heel shoes and animals. She rescued a selection of animals during her life time. She was a beautiful, loving soul and will be missed by all who knew her.

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13 replies on “Garber, Darcie L.”

Tess Mustain says:

Hi Betty & Lloyd,
I am so sad and sorry for your loss of your precious daughter. My love is with you both, and my prayers.

Paige Martin says:

Bob and I are holding you all in prayer as you mourn the loss AND celebrate the life of this exceptional young woman. May God’s perfect peace and love be felt by all who now must navigate a world without her light. Take comfort in the certainty that she is with her Creator and her light shines brighter than ever.

Marijohn Ross says:

I am so sorry for your loss. The family has been in my prayers.

Peggy A Edge says:

Eddie and I are truly saddened in hearing of Darcie’s passing. She was such a precious child when we knew her at Kingwood Christian Church. And in a recent encounter she graciously remembered us, too. Love and prayers for your family as you grieve.

Ryan & Lindy Nelson-Paryag says:

We are so sorry for this profound loss. We are holding you and the rest of the family close in prayer.

Margaret Maat says:

Such a lovely and vibrant presence. We will miss her dearly.

Ken & Lee Baird says:

We are so sorry for your loss. Too soon, too young, forever loved. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Kathie and Ed Gallagher says:

Words cannot express such a profound loss. We are so sorry and want you to know how much we love you.

Arwen Jackson says:

I went to school with Darcie in Kingwood. She lived down the street from me and we were also in Drama together in hs. She was a wonderful person and I was shocked to hear of her passing.
May her sweet soul Rest In Peace.

Erin Havel says:

Darcie was a classmate, and I will always remember her kindness. Rest In Peace old friend❤️

Holly Poindexter says:

I loved her so much. I can’t believe she’s gone

Michele Cuevas says:

My dear I am lost for words and my heart is heavy, we talked had some good laughs…. We had a lot of good times at Park Avenue all us girls so different but yet so close in our owns ways. Such a beautiful women both inside and out, you will always be in my heart and prayers my friend.

Frank Acevedo says:

My dearest Darcie, my complete shock and disbelief in your passing still lingers. You touched many people’s lives including mine. You are an eternal light in this world that cannot be denied. I will always remember you for being a warm and gentle person. I miss you dearly and until we meet again someday, may God rest your eternal soul..

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