Georgia Trivalos Siniard


Georgia Trivalos Siniard

Georgia Trivalos Siniard, 92, of College Station, Texas, went to heaven on Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Crestview Retirement Community in Bryan, Texas. She was born Jan. 31, 1930, in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Preceding her in death were her husband, J.W. Siniard Jr.; parents, Helen G. (Britton) and James K. Trivalos; and siblings, James, Richard, John and Trudy.

Georgia was raised in Milwaukee, Wisc., and graduated from Lincoln High School in 1947. She met and married her husband, Joseph Walker Siniard Jr., on July 20, 1948. They resided in Los Lunas for 43 years.

Georgia worked for McMorries Appraisal Co. and went on to work as supervisor of appraisals for the Valencia County Assessor’s Office. She was secretary to Sheriff Bill Holliday, and was elected and served as Valencia County treasurer for four years, subsequently retiring in 1991.

A devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother “GiGi,” her memory will be cherished by daughter, Arlin Lewis, of College Station, Texas; grandchildren, Clay Lewis (Hannah), of Overbrook, Okla., and Shayna Peabody (Phil), of College Station, Texas. Her great-grandchildren are Gracie Lewis, Grant Lewis, Brynli Peabody and Hayes Peabody.

Also surviving are nephew, Bernie Trivalos; and nieces, Heidi Walsch (David), Maria Kolesari (Kevin) and Michaela Haas (Joe).

Georgia was a devoted Christian and member of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church of Los Lunas. She had a servant’s heart, and was known for her green chile jelly and boxes of cookies she made for friends.

Special friends include Father Robert and Karen Mundy, JoAnne Hinds, Valerie Smith, Hunjung Simpson, Sara Shawley and Father Bob and Lue Bryan.

Cremation has taken place. Interment will be in Ardmore, Okla.

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