Garry M. Sexton, Jr.

Garry M Sexton Jr 52 of Lucasville, passed from this plane on the morning of Christmas Eve in the arms of his wife. He was proceeded in death by his grandparents Wavey J and Ruth M Sexton and Frank L and Nana L Sweeney and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He is the beloved son of Sharon K Bailey of Portsmouth Oh and Garry M Sexton Sr and Kathy S Sexton of Portsmouth Oh. He is the Cherished Husband of Susanna M Robinson Sexton of Lucasville Oh whom he married August 7, 2016 in Minford. He is the loving devoted father to Andrea K (Keith) Povlak of Jacksonville Fl, Chelsea B (Stephen) Rose of New Boston Oh, Regan M Scarberry of Lucasville Oh, William L (Destiny) Nixon of Lucasville Oh, and Alexander S Scarberry of Lucasville Oh. He is the adored Papaw to Karlee, Kynlee, Madison, Maci and Kamryn. Honorary Pop and Papaw to many more. He is the dear brother of David K Sexton of Columbus Oh, Amy L Evan’s of Portsmouth Oh, and Darin R Miller and Traci R Steele of Columbus Oh. He is also survived by many Neices, Nephews, Aunts and Uncles and cousins that he adored and loved.

Garry worked various jobs and had owned several businesses throughout his lifetime. He had a flair for tossing the perfect pizza dough and had a gift for great customer service.

Garry was a dedicated father and husband first and foremost. He cherished his parents and He treasured and loved his family fiercely and embraced every moment spent with them. He especially loved his role as Papaw. With his contagious personality he quickly won people over. He made everyone around him feel welcome and often drew them in with his witty and sarcastic sense of humor. With the biggest heart in any room his smile always warmed our hearts. He impacted many over the years including fellow employees who quickly became friends and family.

Garry had a love and passion for fishing and spoke fondly of memories of fishing with his Papaw Frank. He could often be found fishing with his wife Susanna reflecting on those memories and jumping in the water to save her fishing poles. He was an avid Morel hunter and loved competitions with his cousins. He was a self-proclaimed pool shark and also loved watching his beloved Bengals lose. His passion for life and living to fullest were always apparent and contagious. He touched so many lives with his kindness, love and intellectual conversations. He will be missed and in the hearts of many.

A celebration of life memorial will be held at a later date. McKinley Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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