The body of U.S. soldier Levi Garner, of Dayton, was returned home Thursday from Fort Stewart, Ga. Garner, 25, was killed May 18 in a car crash with an alleged drunk driver.
His casket was greeted at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston by Garner’s family, Patriot Guard Riders and Pace-Stancil Funeral Home of Dayton. As the procession neared Dayton, it was greeted by Dayton firefighters and police officers, who ushered the procession through town, and friends, family and supporters of the Garner family, who stood with their hats and hands over their hearts, some holding U.S. flags.
Garner’s funeral is set for 10 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Dayton. Interment will follow at Magnolia Park Cemetery on FM 1008 in Dayton.
SENDING ALL MY PRAYERS TO THE FAMILY
So Sad 😞. Sending prayers for his family & friend🙏🙏
Prayers for his family. Thank you for your service Levi. RIP.
Levi was one of my classmates. He was one of the sweetest people I ever met, and it was impossible to be sad around him. I send my condolences to everyone affected by his passing. Lord rest his soul.
I’m so sorry for your loss Garner family…thank you for your service Levi…RIP💔
This Army mom’s heart hurts for you. Prayers for peace and comfort and thank you for your service Levi.
Prayers for the family- thank you sir for your service RIP
Praying for peace for you and your family. So very sorry for your loss.