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Chuck Scott Garlett

Born: 2/1/1962, Moab, Utah
Death: 5/6/2019, Moab, Utah
Viewing: 05/16/2019, 10:00 am, , Community Church
Service: 05/16/2019, 11:00 am, Community Church
Interment: 05/16/2019, 12:30 pm, , Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery

Chuck was born in Moab, UT to Harrison Alexander Charles Garlett (Junior) and Patricia Anne Garlett (Pat). On February 1, 1962. He started mowing lawns at the age of seven and bought his first bike. This sparked his interest in one day owning his own business. He always had jobs in the industry related to construction, working for Ken Turner and many more who helped teach him his trade. He achieved his dreams in being an official business owner of Chuck Garlett Construction at the age of 28. In 2000 he turned his LLC into a corporate business.

Chuck married Jennifer Tibbitts (Murphy) at the age of 21 and they had three children; Travis, Corie, and Taylor. He was always there to support his family however he could. Chuck claimed he was the luckiest dad alive since not many fathers could say that all three children made him proud. Chuck met Carla Erickson and married in 2001. Chuck and Carla created a very loving and happy home. He was a proud grandpa to four beautiful granddaughters; Carla’s granddaughter Brynlee Hopkins, Briar Anne Elizabeth Garlett, Haven Jean McCandless, and Rozalyn Maeve McCandless. Toward the end of his life he found happiness in a new relationship with his girlfriend Selina and her son Paul. He was very close to his sister Pam and cherished the bond they had.

Chuck cherished his family, friends, and the community of Moab. Chuck had many passions such as hunting (his favorite was turkey hunting), fishing (his favorite was bass fishing), woodworking, snowmobiling, relaxing at his cabin, and telling stories with his family and friends.

Chuck is preceded in death by his father, Junior; mother, Pat; his late wife, Carla; and his granddaughter, Haven.

Chuck is survived by his sister Pam Kidroske (Jon Kidroske), Travis Garlett (LaToya Garlett), Corie Garlett (Alonso Gonzalez), Taylor McCandless (Luke McCandless), and his granddaughters Brynlee, Briar, and Rozalyn.

Funeral Service will be held Thursday May 16, 2019 at 11:00 am at the Community Church. A Viewing will be held one hour prior to the service. Burial will follow at the Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

Tributes:

Thinking of all of you -- you are all very special to us.
Love, Uncle Bill and Aunt Nean
- Bill & Inalyn

I am so sorry that I could not come to Chuck's service. Chuck was a very special man and a long time dear friend to me and my late wife. I will miss his friendship very much. Please accept my sincere condolences.
- Jay Knuth

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