Justin D. Garrison

Justin D. Garrison 30, passed away on Tuesday, July 30, 2019. He was born in Schenectady, NY on October 31, 1988. He was a graduate of Burnt Hills Ballston Lake High School.

Justin was a HVAC mechanic at 21st Century Mechanical in Ballston Spa. He also worked in construction doing masonry work, sheet rocking and siding. He was a talented handyman and was able to fix anything.

Justin enjoyed the outdoors, fishing and golfing. He was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. His greatest joy was his children and he treasured the time he spent with them.

He was predeceased by his father Jeffrey Garrison. Justin is survived by his mother and stepfather Michele Ostrander and John Griffin; his children Jasmine and Gavin Garrison, and their mother Shannon Fowler; grandparents Pat Ostrander, Marge Garrison and James Ostrander (Peggy); several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Relatives and friends are invited to a celebration of his life on Saturday, August 10 from Noon to 3pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A time of sharing will be held at 2:30pm.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a fund for his children at TCT Federal Credit Union in Ballston Spa.

Guest Book

Rachael Roberts

Hi Justin, we will miss you in Burnt Hills you will always be someone special to everyone here at BHBL hope God treats you right. We love you. You will always be in our prayers.

from:Rachael Roberts

Daniel Diggins

So sorry to hear....Thoughts & prayers to all the family...

Myrna Garrison Denison, and family

Remembering Justin as a child, together with his parents, attending joyful family gatherings on Middleline Road. We are saddened to learn of his passing. Holding love and support for all.

Jason Cook

You were like a brother to us. Those years with you, Nate and Ethan took up our youth, growing through our teens and becoming adults. We all experienced so many firsts together and over the years became family. It’s hard to find the words to do you justice and I’m sure I may never find the right thing to say. But I love you Brother and I’ll miss your laugh and spirit. Till we meet again my friend, be at peace.

George (Jason)

Keep an eye out for us all. Miss you brother. We had our times more happy than sad. Rest in peace my friend.

Uncle Mike & Aunt Lori

Fly high with the angels - we will miss your kind soul, smart ass comments, great sense of humor- we will hold all our wonderful memories dear in our hearts - Love and miss you always Justin