L. Duaine Garrison
L. Duaine Garrison

Funeral Information

Home: Norton, KS
Date of Death: August 6, 2012
Place of Birth: Norton, KS
Birthdate: December 20, 1938
Age: 73
Funeral Service: Friday, August 10, 2012 10:00 AM Norton Christian Church, Norton, KS
Visitation: Wednesday, August 08, 2012 03:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Enfield Funeral Home, Norton, KS
Interment: Norton Cemetery, Norton, KS



Lyle Duaine Garrison, son of William Lyle and Mira Mae (Alley) Garrison, was born December 20, 1938, in Norton, Kansas, and passed away at the Norton County Hospital in Norton, on August 6, 2012, at the age of 73.
Duaine grew up in Norton and attended the Norton schools, graduating from the Norton Community High School. He also served his country in the Kansas National Guard. On November 16, 1958, Duaine and Rose Marie Kohn were united in marriage at the Presbyterian Church in Beaver City, Nebraska. They made their home in Norton where they owned and operated Norton Glass Company for many years. Following their retirement, they enjoyed traveling and spent time living in Bullhead City, Arizona, and Estes Park, Colorado. They recently returned to Norton to make their home and be near their family.
Duaine was a member of the Norton Christian Church and Norton Lions Club and was a very dedicated Norton Bluejay fan.
Survivors include: his wife, Rose Garrison, Norton; three daughters and their husbands, Kimberly and Shawn Mortensen, Norton; Kandice and Greg Gunn, Granby, Colorado; Kathryn and Vito Mandato, Studio City, California; one son and his wife, Kirby and Judy Garrison, Scott City, Kansas; eight grandchildren, Elicia and Chelsey Wicker, Kyle and Ryan Gunn, Marirose and Hallie Mandato, Sophia and Lily Garrison; five great-grandchildren, Aiden, Ava, Jaxon, Alyssa, and Hudson; one brother, Norman Gene Alley, Aurora, Colorado; one sister, Glenda Garrison Purkis, Abilene, Kansas; other relatives and many friends.
Duaine was preceded in death by his parents and one brother.

Memorials have been established to The Rock in Norton, the Norton Theater Association, and the Downtown Norton Beautification Fund.