Robert's Obituary


  Robert Martin Garcia, 43, a former Deming resident, passed away Friday June 29, 2012 in Jacksonville, Arkansas,
  Visitation will begin Thursday afternoon, July 5,2012 at 2 o'clock at Baca's Funeral Chapel where an afternoon service will begin at 4 o'clock with Pasto Ceasar Chaves of River of Life Church officiating. A graveside service will be Friday morning at 10 o'clock at Mountain View Cemetary.
  Robert attended Deming Hight School and moved his senior year. He graduated from Jacksonville High School. He served his country honorably in the Uited States Air Force. Robert worked as a nurse's aide at St. Vincent North Infirmary.
  Survivors inclulde his sons, Joshua and Jonathan Garcia of Jacksonville; his father, Luis Garcia of Deming; 3 brothers, Frank, Richard and Michael Garcia all of Albuquerque; 6 sisters, Elena Garcia of Albuquerque, Lisa Quiroz,Christina Renfroe both of Deming, Susan Roybal of Sacramento, California, Teresa Garcia of Las Cruces, Dolores Garcia of Jacksonville; and a grandson, Brayden Garcia.
  He was preceded in death by his mother, Willa Mae Garcia in 2008.

Thank you!


would like to thank all of our family and firends who sent their condolences and came to pay their respects. We know Roberet was loved by many and it was evident this past week.
  We would like to extend a special thanks to Southwest Airlines for making it possible for immediate family members to travel and for arranging for Robert to be flown home to be near his beloved mother. Many firends and businesses took the burden of gathering fammily together and providing a meal. These include the Deming DAV, Tharp's Flowers, Tanya Horn and Lady Bug Garden, Pepper's Supermarket, Marvin and Elizabeth Weinrick, Erlinda Sizemore, Dionne Carrasco, Laszlo Nyerges, Baca's Funeral Chapels, Thomas Funeral Home of Cabot, Arkansas, River City Apostolic Church, and Pastor Ceasar Chavez of River of Life Church.
  We are blessed that help, love, and sympathy came from so many people in so many ways. Your kindness will not be forgotten.