Lawrence Maxwell "Max" Garrison

05/06/1966 - 01/11/2022


Mr. Lawrence Maxwell “Max” Garrison, age 55, of La Crosse, died Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at his residence. He was a self-employed carpenter. Max is survived by his wife Linda W. Garrison, two daughters; Danyelle “DeeDee“ McLamb of Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina and Jennifer Wales of La Crosse, his mother Carolyn C. "Dixie" Mclean of Benson, N.C. and his father Lawrence “Larry” Garrison of Clayton, N.C., his sister Theresa Garrison of Garner, N.C. and a brother Michael Garrison of Morehead, N.C., six grandchildren; Dalton, Bentley, Jaxon, Able, Kenneth and Tyler and one niece Amber. A Celebration of Life service will be Saturday, March 12, 2022 at 4:00 P.M. in Kingswood United Methodist Church, Bracey, VA. The family suggest memorial contributions be made to Kingswood United Methodist Church, 400 Bracey Drive, Bracey, Va. 23919, the Southside Rescue Squad, P. O. Box 546, South Hill, Va. 23970 or Lake Gaston Fire and EMS, 7609 Hwy# 903, Bracey , VA 23919. Online condolences may be made through our website, Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Garrison family.

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  1. RIP

    It’s been many years since we spoke. But family is family and definitely a shocker for this family. Many family members were waiting with open arms I’m sure.
    Our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers for you and the family.
    Love your cuz Chrissie & Ponch

  2. Max you are/were a good, caring and kind and honest man. A little rough around the edges, but in the best way. I have nothing but fond memories of you.  You were there for myself and my family during some difficult moments and some happy ones. You always showed up when called upon. I looked up to you like a brother in many ways.  I saw you as a man of character and I am sad that this world lost your shining light.  However,  I know that you are at peace and in a better place. In that respect,  I am happy for you!

    Much love, condolences and regards to the family.  Max, you will be missed and ever time I hear “git er done” I will think of you and smile! It was an honor to call you a friend!

  3. Great friend

    Knew Max many years. He could always make you laugh. Whenever we had a chance meeting,it was like we hadn’t missed any time in between. I will cherish the fun memories him and my family shared. My deepest condolences to Linda and Jennifer and all his family. He will be forever missed. He is with his buddy David now singing karaoke 💓🙏Crystal,Shawn,ANDREW AND Mama Frances

  4. Such a happy, kind, caring man

    Max will be missed by all that new him. He was always the life of the party when we would get together at the “shop” on Friday nights. He always had something funny to say to keep us laughing. And from what I saw, you could tell he loved children.

    RIP Max

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