PRICE - Alfred Garcia Abrego, 54 passed away July 24, 2013, in Provo, with his family at his side.
Alfred was born Nov. 26, 1958 in Corpus Christi, Texas to Alfredo L. and Mary Garcia Abrego. He married Patricia Albrecht on Oct. 25, 1977, they were blessed with one son, Gene Alfred Abrego, they later divorced. Alfred met his life- long partner Andria Martin in 2002 they have been together ever since.
Alfred grew up in Texas and California, moving there at the age of eight. Alfred served his country in the U.S. Army and later in the National Guard. He was a member of the LDS church and loved sharing his Testimony with others. Alfred worked as an Auto Mechanic for many years and was always tinkering. He loved being in the outdoors be it fishing, camping, riding his motorcycle or just hanging out with his family and friends, not to mention his dogs. Alfred loved his family, his children were his pride and joy. He will be remembered as a loving, generous, hardworking, honorable and respectable man who loved being in the service of others.
Alfred is survived by his life-long partner, Andria Martin, Price, children, Gene Alfred Abrego, Evanston, Wyo., Terra and Carissa Martin, Price, mother-in-law, DeAnne Duncan, Price, siblings, Lydia Piech, Corpus Christi, Texas, Margie Olsovsky, Corpus Christi, Texas, Gene Abrego, Mexico, Sonya Graff & John Vest, Price, Loreen (Patrick) Whittingham, Chino Hills, Calif., and Denee (Jeremy) Callahan, Benicia, Calif., many nieces and nephews and great nephews and niece.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Alfredo and Mary, infant brother, and brother-in-law, Dennis Piech.
"Till we meet again"
Memorial service will be held at on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Price LDS 8th Ward Chapel, (995 E. 700 N.) Friends and family may sign the guest book and share memories of Alfred at www.fausettmortuary.com.
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