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Garland Wayne Addkison, II

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Garland Wayne Addkison, II was born May 31, 1976 in Dallas to parents Garland Wayne Addkison and Kally Ratcliff Kitchings and entered into eternal rest June 11, 2020 at the age of 44.
Wayne was known by many special names between family and friends such as “Bubba”, “Wayne-O” and “Camel”.
He enjoyed traveling and water sports. He loved spending time on his boat on Cedar Creek Lake with his friends. Wayne was an avid sportsman and loved fishing, hunting and golfing. He enjoyed his time spent outdoors, especially sitting on his back deck watching the sunset. He was a very hard worker and had an amazing work ethic, starting his very own successful business of Pinnacle Elevator Inspections. Nothing meant more to Wayne than his two lovely daughters, Taylor and Haley, his family and as he would like to call his “framily”.
Wayne was a U.S. Navy Veteran that served aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71, where he received many commendations and medals. He will be dearly missed by all that knew and loved him.
Wayne was preceded in death by his sister Renee' Elizabeth Addkison, grandmother Mattie Lorene Wood and grandfather Wilburn Corbitt Addkison.
He is survived by his father Garland Wayne Addkison and wife Anna of Kemp, mother Kally Kitchings and spouse Ron of Florida, daughters Taylor Paige Addkison of Hawaii and Haley Marie Addkison of Gainesville, brothers Douglas Addkison and wife Lavon of Decatur, Samuel Austin Addkison of Kemp, Joshua Ruiz of Austin, Paul Kitchings and David Kitchings and wife Emily, sisters Marie Hutchens and husband Scott of Tioga, Laura Lynn Miller and husband Carl of Tennessee, Savannah Ruiz and husband Alfred of Austin and Kim Pentecost and husband Curt, 11 nieces, 12 nephews, several cousins and other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.