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Edmund Daniel Loya

Posted 2024-06-03 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald from Jun. 1 to Jun. 2, 2024 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Most people personally know this kind, loving, thoughtful, passionate,
and caring man. This man is Edmund Daniel Loya.

Ed lived in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Ed was born on January 11th,
1954, and passed away from cancer on May 10, 2024.

Ed lived with his wife Garnet Loya, daughter Shannon Gutierrez, son
Jeffery Loya, and his stepson Chad Rogers. He has three grandchildren
that live in town with him. Ed's only grandson is Alfredo Gutierrez, his
second youngest granddaughter is Alani Gutierrez, and the youngest
granddaughter is Alenah Loya. Two of his grandchildren live in bullhead.
They are the two oldest out of the 5. The oldest granddaughter is Kylee
Loya and the second oldest is Haiden Loya.

Edmund was in the Eagle Riders. He was married to his wife for 43 years
but was with her for 45. He was loved very well through his rough times.
Almost every day Ed loved to ride his bike with his granddaughter Alani.
Anytime he got a chance he would go ride his bike with some friends from
the Eagle Riders. Almost every year Edmund did the Toys For Tots ride
because he loved helping kids.

Every few months he would go on rides with his wife and the other Eagle
Riders. In 2023 they just did their yearly trip to South Dakota. He saw
everything he wanted to see when he was out there. Edmund liked to fish
with his grandson Alfredo. Edmund always loved building cars when he got
spare time. Edmund was a very kind person and always loving to his
family. Ed was the second oldest out of four kids. He was preceded into
death by his parents Augie and Bernice Loya and brother Robert Loya.
Ed's two youngest sisters are Veronica Borunda and Caroline Hall.

Services will be held on June 8th at VFW 266 London Bridge Road, Lake
Havasu City, Az 86403. His last ride will start at 10am. We ask
everybody to be there at 9:30. The celebration of life will follow at
11:30 a.m.

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