Earl W. Geiger

Oct 18, 1947 - Jun 23, 2016


Earl W. Geiger
Born October 18, 1947 in Vinton, Iowa passed away June 23, 2016 at the age of 68. Beloved husband of 46 years to Linda Sherrets-Geiger, greatly missed by daughters, Robin and Stacey and granddaughter Jamie. Also, survived by his brothers, David, Gilbert, Major and Scott as well as his sister Lorraine. He will be dearly missed by many loving nieces, nephews and good friends. He was a Vietnam veteran. He retired at 59 after 46 years with PG&E. In retirement he enjoyed fishing, the outdoors and his spoiled pups. He will be forever loved and missed by all who knew him.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Mortuary
5757 Greenback Lane
Sacramento, CA
US 95841


  • Nancy Anderson says:

    Earl was a wonderful Brother In law. I have known most of my life. You could never forget the smile on his face or the Twinkle in his eye. He always looked like he was up to some kind of mischeif and probably was! lol He was a great guy that would give you the shirt of his back and do anything you asked of him and he never asked for anything in return. He came to my rescue more then once! You may be away on that ultimate fishing trip but you will never be forgotten but always carried in our hearts. Maybe now you can catch that fish!

  • Raul Alcala says:

    My deepest condolences to Earl’s family on his passing. I first met Earl in 1970 at PGE, we served our 3 year Lineman Apprenticeship together and became good friends over the next 40 years. Earl will always be remembered as having so much pride in his work and being one of the hardest workers of his time. Earl was very well respected and will be deeply missed by all who ever worked in a yard, on a job, or storm damage with him. I know I will. Raul.

  • Mark Howell says:

    May all of the Family remember the great times spent with Earl… I didn’t get to know Earl very well, we only got together a couple of times. but each time we talked I could tell that he was a genuine kind of guy. He cared enough to take the time to talk to me and learn a bit about me as I did him. I really enjoyed looking at the photos that were shared, (I learned a lot looking at his life through others eyes.) it was obvious that he had a very adventurous life. He was an all American kinda guy. He served his country and his family. I know that he won Trophies. I saw him sharing his love with everyone, and he loved to have fun. I would have enjoyed learning more about him when we visited again. I guess that will wait until we meet in heaven. Absent from the body…present with the Lord… Trust in the LORD forever, For in GOD the LORD, we have an everlasting Rock. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort

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