ROY GARRISON EXPIRES AT HOME Vs Vice P r e s i d Adirondack Steel Co. Roy A. Garrison, vice president, director and works manager of Adirondack Foundries Steel, Inc., and the Adirondack Iron Co. of Watervliet, died at his residence, Apple Tree Lane, Newton-: ville, this morning following an llness of a year. Mr. Garrison was born in Shickshinny, Pa., Aug. 1, 1895, and Â·esided in this area since 1934. He was a member and former chairman of the Technical and Operating Division "of the Steel Founder ' Association of. America; a member and former, director the Eastern New York Chapter the American Foundryman's Association and a member and director of the Troy Club as well member of the Schuyler Meadows Club of Loudonville. He is survived by his widow, the former Elizabeth DeLong Sayers; a son, Darrell A. Garrison, Buffalo; a daughter, Miss Colette Sue Garrison, of Erie, Pa.; a brother, Walter A. Garrison, and four sisters, Mrs. Oliver Burnside, Theodore Wurster, Mrs. Effie tay and Mrs. Clark Chapin. The .funeral will be held at p.m. Tuesday from the Tebbutt Memorial Chapel, 176 State Albany, with Rev. John H. Steinkraus, pastor of the Newtonville Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Memory's Garden Cemetery, Colonie.