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Alfred Garcia

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Alfred Garcia

Birth
Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA
Death
25 Oct 2022 (aged 82)
Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, USA
Burial
Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA GPS-Latitude: 35.7030411, Longitude: -105.9446335
Plot
SECTION 22 SITE 908
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Alfred "Al" Garcia was born Wednesday, July 10, 1940, to Rosuada (Lopez) and Anselmo Garcia in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Al passed peacefully at home on October 25, 2022.

Al spent his younger years growing up in humble surroundings near Valencia, NM. He graduated from Santa Fe High School, in the class of 1958. After High School, Al attended the Weaver Airline Personnel School, where he would pave the way for a long career working for the airlines.

Upon finishing Airline School, Al entered the U. S. Military and served four years in the Air Force. After serving in the military, Al worked many years for Frontier Airlines and US Airways as a Supervisor for Ticket Agents. He was proud of his many accomplishments.

Al enjoyed the outdoors with family and friends. He loved music, Country, Spanish, and Oldies from the 50's and 60's. He was an avid fan of the Denver Broncos, New Mexico Lobos, and the Golden State Warriors. Al loved animals and had many pets throughout the years. With all that said, what brought Al the most joy, was the love he had for his granddaughters.

Al was a devout Catholic and member of The Shrine of St. Bernadette.

Alfred was preceded in death by his parents, Rosuada (Lopez) and Anselmo Garcia; daughter, Debbie Garcia; sister, Christine Hinton; and brothers, Joe, Gabe, Rueben, Patricio, and Andy; and his former wife, Mary Edna (Lovato).

He is survived by his son, Steven Garcia; daughter, Lori Garcia; granddaughters: Audrina, Shala, Kendra, Tiana, and Caitlyn; great-grandsons, Matthew and David Gomez; brothers, Fred and Bobby; daughter-in-law, Kristen Garcia; sisters-in-law, Christine Garcia and Helen Jaramillo; special niece, Diane Hinton; special cousins, Jenny Baker and Beva Ortega; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Pallbearers were: Johnny Garcia, Andy Garcia, Joe Gomez, Chris Gomez, Raymond Ortega, and Jack Stewart.
Honorary pallbearer was: Michael Montano.
Alfred "Al" Garcia was born Wednesday, July 10, 1940, to Rosuada (Lopez) and Anselmo Garcia in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Al passed peacefully at home on October 25, 2022.

Al spent his younger years growing up in humble surroundings near Valencia, NM. He graduated from Santa Fe High School, in the class of 1958. After High School, Al attended the Weaver Airline Personnel School, where he would pave the way for a long career working for the airlines.

Upon finishing Airline School, Al entered the U. S. Military and served four years in the Air Force. After serving in the military, Al worked many years for Frontier Airlines and US Airways as a Supervisor for Ticket Agents. He was proud of his many accomplishments.

Al enjoyed the outdoors with family and friends. He loved music, Country, Spanish, and Oldies from the 50's and 60's. He was an avid fan of the Denver Broncos, New Mexico Lobos, and the Golden State Warriors. Al loved animals and had many pets throughout the years. With all that said, what brought Al the most joy, was the love he had for his granddaughters.

Al was a devout Catholic and member of The Shrine of St. Bernadette.

Alfred was preceded in death by his parents, Rosuada (Lopez) and Anselmo Garcia; daughter, Debbie Garcia; sister, Christine Hinton; and brothers, Joe, Gabe, Rueben, Patricio, and Andy; and his former wife, Mary Edna (Lovato).

He is survived by his son, Steven Garcia; daughter, Lori Garcia; granddaughters: Audrina, Shala, Kendra, Tiana, and Caitlyn; great-grandsons, Matthew and David Gomez; brothers, Fred and Bobby; daughter-in-law, Kristen Garcia; sisters-in-law, Christine Garcia and Helen Jaramillo; special niece, Diane Hinton; special cousins, Jenny Baker and Beva Ortega; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Pallbearers were: Johnny Garcia, Andy Garcia, Joe Gomez, Chris Gomez, Raymond Ortega, and Jack Stewart.
Honorary pallbearer was: Michael Montano.

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