Cecilia V, Geyer passed away October 23, 2019 at the age of 92. She was born November 22, 1926 to Francisco & Juliana Villalobos in San Antonio, Texas. Cecilia was the 6th of 12 children.She worked at Kelly Air Force Base for 35 years where she met her loving husband of 27 years, Raymond Geyer, who stayed by her side until the end and will miss her deeply as we all will. She was always at Raymond's side when he visited the farm to feed cows (she named each cow and was extremely empathetic with them at calving time) during hunting season, fishing trips with the nephews and worked hard alongside Raymond in his many business ventures. She was known for her coconut cream pies and delicious empanadas and wedding cookies. Cecilia was a member of St. Leo’s, St Patrick’s and St Jerome Parish. She was an amazing woman of many talents; gardening, cooking and baking, but most of all she will be remembered for her heartfelt goodness toward everyone who needed her help. She is survived by beloved husband, Raymond Geyer; son, Abel Saenz; two granddaughters; siblings, Rosalie Trimble and Jesse Villalobos; and numerous family and friends.She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, and aunt to the many family members she leaves behind. The family would like to thank her caregivers at CIMA hospice and Esplanade Gardens Memory Care and the family and friends who took an active roll in her care during the last months of her life here on earth. May she rest in the arms of our Heavenly Father as a reward for the love she shared while on this Earth.

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  1. Aunt Cici your memories will always keep me smiling. A strong person who enjoyed life and enjoyed outside living. Always happy to be outdoors, ready to fish or hunt and if you were indoors, baking or canning. I’m thankful for all the love you showed me and teaching me how to love others. My angel in heaven! ❤️Joy Alvarado

  2. Cecilia, what a beautiful lady, inside and out. I still remember your beautiful voice and music talent T our wedding. Tell Ed hi for me in you heavenly journey! Jeanette Metzger Geyer

  3. I have so many wonderful memories of my sister who was like a mother to me. She will always be in my heart , prayers and will never stop missing her. I love her forever until we meet again. Rosalie Trimble

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