In Loving Memory

Arthur Al Geick

Arthur Al Geick
October 21, 1929
February 25, 2021
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Susan and David I am so sorry at the loss of your father. He was a wonderful man and will be missed by many. Willie always admired him for his genuine concern and kindness. May God’s Peace be with you. Karen Rosenbaum
Karen Rosenbaum
3/16/2021
Brenham, TX
A beautiful obituary for a fruitful life. Softly call the Muster.
Elaine Sommers
3/13/2021
Brenham, TX
This note comes this morning to tell you and your dearest ones that we continue to hold you all close to our hearts and to lift you up in our prayers as you prepare to celebrate your beloved father’s life today at St. Peter’s. We will be with you in Spirit as we join in the prayers and remembrances by way of the streamed service. Your father was so influential in our lives and the lives of so many people within our St Peter’s family and the community. Both Arthur Al and June will always be remembered with thanksgiving and the love of friendship.
Sincerely, Cathy and Stephen
Cathy & Stephen Stuckert
3/13/2021
Brenham, TX
Susan and David,

My sincere sympathy for you all in the loss of your father. Arthur Al was such a nice and gentle giant. Growing up at St. Peter's, he was always a friendly face to see. May God bring you all peace at this difficult time. May perpetual light shine on Arthur Al now and forevermore.
Terrie Adamson
3/11/2021
Dallas, TX
Great guy as a friend, serving in the guard, sharing peaches, hunting stories and visits at rehab. Great memories
Perry THOMAS
3/10/2021
BRENHAM, TX
Susan, We are so saddened to hear about the loss of your dad. May God give you and your family strength during this difficult time.
God Bless,
Brian & Debbie Bender
3/10/2021
Brenham, TX
I have known Arthur Al’s daughter Susan for many decades. It’s quite a long time. But a mere blink for Arthur Al. We never met, but one can tell a lot about people from their kids. I often wondered why Susan’s daughter went to A&M. I was foolish not to realize that family dedication to science and learning ran deep. His interest in and commitment to his community is actually kind of amazing. My love and sympathy to his family on the loss of a truly great American.
Peter Nyholm
3/10/2021
Austin, TX
Susan,
I am so very sorry about your daddy. My heat goes out to you at this most difficult time. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Betsy Plummer Plante
3/9/2021
Sand Springs, OK
Susan:
My deepest condolences on the loss of your father; hugs and prayers of comfort. May God wrap his loving arms around you and send His peace. As a fellow Aggie would answer "Here".
Jan Koska
Janice Koska
3/8/2021
Brenham, TX
Susan and David, my deepest sympathy on the loss of your dad. He was always so kind and caring. Hugs, love and prayers to you and your family.
Jo Lynn Smith
3/7/2021
Austin, TX
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