Irwin Garrick

Irwin Lyle "Bud" Garrick

Saturday, June 23rd, 1928 - Saturday, September 21st, 2019
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On September 21, 2019, Irwin “Bud” Garrick left this world surrounded by his loving family after a long courageous battle with cancer. He was born June 23, 1928 to Loretta and Gerald Garrick in the rural farm land of Outlook MT where he grew up playing and competing in basketball, baseball, 6-man football, and track.

Bud joined the Army during the Korean conflict and served in Germany returning to Outlook where he met and married the love of his life Jaqueline. They started a new life together raising their three children as Bud’s 33-year career with the Montana Highway Patrol carried them across Montana eventually settling in Missoula to spend the winters skiing with his family and summers boating on Flathead Lake.

Bud and Jackie retired to a small farm in Polson where they enjoyed tending to their animals, orchard and gardens and spending time with family.

He is survived by his wife Jackie, their daughters Julie Weyers (Sam), Molly Beck (Ron), son Jay Garrick (Dawn) and his wonderful grandchildren Alexzander, Carly, Lily, Trevor and Taylor. He will always be remembered a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend.

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Gary Lucht

Posted at 06:54pm
Gosh! what a shock to see Buds obit in the paper. He was often discussed in my conversations and the question
always arose”I wonder what happened to him, he has been gone but not forgotten. I personally grieve His passing.
My sympathy goes with Jackie, Jay and Molly and Julie, He was not only my friend, but a devoted Husband and
Father. Plus, He was devoted to His country serving in the Army during the Korean War, he was devoted to his State
by serving in the Montana Highway Patrol for thirty-three years,retiring as Major. His life on this this planet was
devoted to servitude to all human kind and He did it well. God received this day a very worthy man. REJOICE !!

A very grateful friend,
Gary T. Lucht

Janet Dill

Posted at 01:41pm
I will always think of Bud as a kind man. He was a supervisor on the highway patrol during the time I knew and worked with him. My condolences to the family. He will be missed. Janet and David Dill (retired MHP)

Alan w. Young

Posted at 12:32pm
Dear Jackie and family. I send my sympathies thoughts and prayers. Bud was my friend and mentor, great to be around at all times through good and also tough times. May he rest in peace. Sincerely, ALAN YOUNG.

Carol Werner

Posted at 05:47pm
Bud was one of the kindest and sweetest men I have ever met. His gentleness extended to all. Gratefully, his life made the world a kinder place for all of us. He will be missed by his wife Jackie and family but they hold treasured memories of a life well lived with them in the center.

Carol Werner

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