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Warren R. Geitgey

Warren R. Geitgey 1948-2024

A Celebration of Life service to remember Warren Geitgey will be held on

February 29 at 6 pm at 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 

Heritage Bluff Drive,Richmond, Texas 77406

Everyone is invited to join the family at the home of Julie & Ford Darger after the service to visit and enjoy refreshments together.

Kingsland Place Lane

Fulshear TX 77441

United States

Warren left this life after a brief and intense battle with cancer. We are grateful for the many kindnesses & care given by his doctors, nurses, therapists and caregivers, friends, neighbors, and church members during that time. 

Warren is survived by his wife & best friend of 50 years Ruth Thysell Geitgey, their daughter Julie Geitgey Darger, son-in-law Stanford (Ford) Darger of Fulshear, TX and son Adam Geitgey, his wife Rebecca Holland Geitgey of London, UK. 

Six grandchildren

Peterson Darger,

Chase Warren Darger

Mikes Evan Darger

Audrey Ruth Darger 

Charlotte Arlene Darger

Lucas Alexander Geitgey

Also, his sister, Nancy Jean Geitgey of Culver City, CA & sister-in-laws

Nancy Thysell, Judith Geitgey, and brother-in-law Leslie Thysell (Gloria). 

His parents Don & Frances Geitgey, his brother Lynn Geitgey, and sister Karen Geitgey Kanalu preceded him in death. 

Warren made friends wherever he went. He had a contagious smile and laugh. He was generous, kind, caring, and encouraging to everyone he knew to be the best person they could be. 

Warren was raised in Southern California’s Culver City/Santa Monica area. Ruth and Warren met there and spent the first six years of their marriage in Burbank, CA, and several years in Frazier Park, CA. They later settled in Martinez, GA for 35 years and the past 5 years in Katy, TX. 

Warren was a person of many talents and hobbies. He enjoyed the visual arts and specialized in photography. He also loved gardening, home improvement projects, helping others, and most of all spending time with family and friends. He served as a bishop and other roles in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Martinez and had the opportunity to help and encourage many people in their lives.

He was an engineering specialist with AT&T when he retired in 2017.

He will be dearly missed and will look forward to the time we meet again.

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