Hicks

Hicks

Garrick Anthony Hicks, 31, of Dallas, left his earthly body Sunday May 30,2021. He was involved in a tragic car accident. A Memorial will be held on Saturday June 12, 2021, at 3pm at Heartland Funeral Home in Comanche with Bobby Davis officiating. Visitation with the family will be at 2pm on Saturday prior to the memorial. G was born on January 23, 1990, in Dublin, TX, to Tony and Kristi Hicks. G earned his associates degree in sound engineering from Dallas Media Tech and currently was pursuing a bachelor’s degree in networking. He was a manager trainee in retail and a very talented musician versed in many instruments. He wrote, played and sang his own music. A gentle spiritual soul who is loved by many. Garrick is larger than life with a laugh to match.

He is survived by his mother Kristi Hicks, father, Tony and wife Fay; his girlfriend Grace Pricolici; 2 brothers, Doug Hicks and Justin Donald; 6 sisters, Ki Hicks, Chloe Brown, Sassy Bilberry and Tim, Taryn Newby and Clay, Britney Santibanez and Andrew, Hailey Allen and Les; 5 nephews and 15 nieces; paternal grandparents, Gaylon and Mary Alfrey; Aunt Teresa and cousin Bethany.

He was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Bob and Norma Jean Davis; paternal grandparents, Donnie and Lurene”Granny” Hicks; nephew, Godrick Santibanez; grandparents, James and Wanda Bilberry.

Honorary pallbearers for G’s service will be Jason Hathcock, Justin Donald, Hailey Allen, Landon Clary, Josh Davis and Smokey Maricle.

Condolences to the family can be left online at www.heartlandfuneralhome.com.

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