Georgia Marie Munoz, age 59, of Clovis, NM entered into eternal peace on April 25, 2018 in Lubbock, TX with her loving family by her side. She was born on September 25, 1958 in Clovis to Leo Munoz and Estella Aragon Samora.
Georgia is preceded in death by: her mother, Estella Aragon; father, Leo Munoz; brothers, Eddie Aragon, Johnny Aragon and Cruz Aragon; and sister, Jean Aragon. She leaves behind; son, Freddy and wife Blanca Jimenez and granddaughters, Sophia Grace and Ximena Guadalupe of Amarillo, TX and son, Adam and Amber Jimenez and granddaughter, Alyssa Faith of Hereford, TX; brothers, David and wife Digna Aragon and their children Geovanie and Leila of Las Vegas, NV, Mike Aragon of Clovis, NM, Billy Aragon of Stinnett, TX and Jimmy Aragon of Clovis,NM; sisters, Libby and husband Kiko Armendariz and their children Lynette and Joal of Sudan, TX, Patsy Maes of Clovis, NM and Veva Ortiz of Texico, NM.
Visitation will be on Sunday, April 29, 2018 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at Steed Todd Funeral Home. A Celebration of Life service for Georgia will be on Monday, April 30, 2018, 1:00pm at Steed Todd Funeral Chapel with Deacon Daniel Chavez officiating.
Our Angel on Earth created by God!
As we reflect on the life of our precious angel named Georgia, my baby, a mom, sister, grandmother and aunt like no other.
We are blessed to have had this wonderful person in our lives, even if it was for such a short time.
Our angel was a person who loved life in the only way she knew how; of pure heart, mind and spirit. She was an angel sent by God to watch over the people she loved. To have been loved by Georgia was not only a gift but a blessing. A soul pure and innocent, she lived her life everyday with joy and happiness, experiencing new adventures and meeting new people. She touched our lives in many ways, and taught us without knowing she was teaching and made us reflect upon our own lives. Through her we learned to have more compassion, patience and understanding. To have loved Georgia and to have been loved by her is a kind of love that only few people will have the amazing joy of knowing. It is the kind of unconditional love that is created by memories, experiences, trials, tribulations, tears and joy. A love that comes only once in our lifetime. She was a person of strength and courage. A fighter for her own life. As we looked in her eyes and cradled her hands, we were reminded of what a wonderful blessing God has sent us, of how courageous she was, innocent eyes and a beautiful smile without a doubt our hero and our strength. She was loved more than words could ever express and will be missed dearly. She left our loving arms and is now in the arms of mom, who was her hero, her courage and strength.
May the promise found at Isaiah 25:8 bring some comfort in the death of Georgia Marie Munoz. "He will swallow up death forever. The Sovereign Lord will wipe away the tears from all faces." Just imagine, no more pain and grief due to the death of a love one! By means of the Kingdom that Jesus Christ taught us to pray for, God is going to remove sickness, old age and death from the human family.
Robbie Stewart, NM
Deepest condolences & sympathy I will miss Georgia deeply.
It was my pleasure to get to know Georgia, she was such a wonderful person and she will be missed. Fly high Georgia!
Renita BordersClovis, NM
You will be missed by all who knew you . It was a pleasure to be able to get to know you .
Kim WilliamsClovis, NM