Karla Geiger

Karla Geiger Obituary


Age - 91


October 8, 2023


Mena, AR

It is with rejoicing that we announce the passing of Karla "Faye" Geiger, better known as Faye, who peacefully left us on October 6, 2023 to be with the Lord. Born on August 20, 1932, Faye spent life as a beacon of love, generosity, and adaptability. Her resilient faith and flexibility were legendary, and her talents and strength were a source of inspiration to all who knew her. Faye was a devout Christian who lived according to scripture, sharing vital lessons of love, faith, resilience, generosity and adaptability in her witness for Jesus. Her life was a testament of her unwavering faith, s

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Age - 58

November 28, 2023

Ramon "Boy" "J. R. " Sanchez Jr. , age 58, of Philipsburg, Missouri, and formerly of Morton, Texas, Ramon died Wednesday, November 22, 2023 in Mena, Arkansas. He was born March 31, 1965 in Morton to Ramon and Trinidad (Mendoza) Sanchez Sr. Ramon served in the U. S. Navy and was a proud American Veteran. Ramon was a truck driver who loved John Wayne, Country Western music and Vicente Fernandez. He was big on maintaining friendships and loved reconnecting with old friends. Ramon was a free spirit who enjoyed doing his own thing. He loved being a cowboy and working with his horses. Ramon loved his family, friends and was extremely generous. He was an avid Harley Davidson enthusiast who loved to ride. Ramon is survived by his two daughters, Heather and Alexis; his parents, Ramon Sr. and Trinidad; four sisters, Patricia Hernandez and her husband, Rito of Azle, Texas, Arameta Enriquez and her husband, Daniel of Lubbock, Texas, Rebecca Lee Sanchez and James Blount of Benton Louisiana and Sandra Tovar and her husband, Jesus of Lubbock, Texas; three brothers, Shay Sanchez and his wife, Jacque of Del Rio, Texas, Hector Sanchez and his wife, Elizabeth of Woodrow, Texas and Joel Sanchez and his wife, Angie of Doral, Florida; and his cherished friends, Michael and Kristina Glidewell, of Philipsburg, MO. Ramon was beloved by many nieces and nephews. Ramon Jr. will be missed dearly by all who loved him. The family suggests memorials be sent to Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas, 66675-8516. .Show more

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