Greg Geier

Greg A. Geier

Saturday, March 30th, 1957 - Thursday, May 21st, 2020
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Greg A. Geier, 63, died Thursday May 21, 2020 at St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City, Kansas. He was born March 30, 1957 in Garden City the son of Alex and Rosa (Billinger) Geier.

Greg attended public schools in, and graduated from Garden City. He was the owner and operator of Wrenchtech Unlimited for many years. He had a passion and talent for cars, be it fixing a mechanical issue or a complete restoration. He loved old muscle cars and would even take part in the local parade with his Model A.

Greg was the type of guy that would give the shirt off his back to someone in need. He had the unique ability to love and be loved which resulted in special relationships with many of his nieces and nephews. Always eager to help, share a smile, or tell a joke. He loved history and travel and would create many memories with his daughter visiting various places on their summer breaks together.

He is survived by his Daughter- Brandi Rebecca Geier of Monroe, Georgia, Brothers- John,of Dodge City, Galen of Colorado, Duane of Colorado, and Mike of Garden City, Sister- Diane of Colorado, Sister-in-law – Annette of Jetmore. Greg is preceded in death by his Parents, Brothers- Brian and Alex, and Sisters- Karen and Roseanne.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 AM Wednesday May 27, 2020 at Garnand Funeral Home in Garden City. The service will also be available via Facebook Live. Memorial Contributions are suggested to the Greg Geier Memorial Fund in care of Garnand Funeral Home any additional funds will be given to the American Cancer Society.
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Susan Mcdaniel

Posted at 09:20pm
Grier Family our prayers are with you All. Faith and hard work. Taught to be kind and trustworthy. Susan Scheuchzer McDaniel

Johnny CRIST

Posted at 07:19pm
Greg, was a true patriot and a hard worker in his Wrench Tech Service Business. I had a Big A sprayer that I had him service
regularly. If I ever broke down, I could give Greg a call and he would be there to get things fixed and going again. He was probably
one of the best over all mechanics around. Our Deepest Sympathy To The Family.
Johnny & Leveta Crist
Sun City West, AZ.


John Pittam

Posted at 04:10am
I was so very sorry to hear that my dear friend Greg had passed away on Thursday 21st May.
I have so many happy memories of this wonderful guy. I first met Greg in 1983 in a bar on the out skirts of Garden City. I was with my mate Dick. We were two Limeys sat at the bar having a beer. Greg approached us and said, hey guys where you from. We said, we were from England and that was the start of a friendship that lasted nearly 40 years.
Greg loved his cars and we were lucky that first night to get a ride in his Red Camero. That car could really shift. I've got some great pictures of Greg and his car collection.
I returned to Garden City in 1996 and spent some more quality time with Greg. The trip to Dodge City was a blast. Greg came over to England some time later and stayed with me and my girlfriend for two weeks. He really enjoyed London and seeing England but I don't think he was too impressed with our cars, I guess they were not fast enough for Greg.
It was another 13 years before I returned to Garden City in 2009 with another friend of mine Mark Lovatt and his son Nathan. Yet again Greg looked after us and we had another fantastic time. He couldn't do enough for us, what a great guy. That was the last time I saw Greg.
I would like to pass on my sincere condolences to Greg's family some of whom I met. I wish I could be there to say my farewells. RIP my dear friend Greg
John Pittam

Lisa Freeman

Posted at 01:06am
I have known you for so very many years. I can't believe that you are gone. You were a wonderful father and you loved that red Camaro years ago!!!! I know that you are an angel in heaven and in no more pain. I will miss you and you will always be in my heart💜 forever Lisa

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