Thomas Alan Geiman

thomas geiman

November 9, 1949 ~ November 15, 2022

Born in: Indianapolis, Indiana
Resided in: Canon City, Colorado

Thomas Alan Geiman, 73, was residing in Canon City, Colorado, and passed away at University Park Care Center in Pueblo on November 15, 2022, from complications from a stroke.

Tom was born on November 9th, 1949, grew up in Speedway, Indiana, and was educated at St. Christopher Catholic School and Speedway High School. He went on to study at Indiana University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business.

He married Sara Erickson in 1985 and they had a daughter, Mary in 1991. Tom lived a full life enjoying musicianship, competitive swimming, hiking, climbing, and sailing. His later years were spent with his partner and fellow musician, Rose.

He is survived by his three brothers, Joe, Jim, and Ric; Sara, Mary, and the two grandchildren, Josie and Hunter.

Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

A celebration of Tom’s life will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, in the Montgomery & Steward Banquet Hall.

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Life Celebration: November 29, 2022 2:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Banquet Hall
1317 N. Main St. (Upstairs)
Pueblo, CO 81003


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  1. Lots of good memories of Tom at Speedway High School and on the swim team at Westwood Country Club. Lost track of Tom, but happy to see he lived a good life. He was one of a kind, even back then.

  2. On behalf of the The MoonRiders we are saddened by the loss of past fellow bandmate Tom Geiman. We had some great times and shared so many memorable music performances. We are going to miss you and until we all play again…
    To the Moon Tom and Yippee yi yo ki yay!!!

  3. I feel very lucky to have known Tom. Cool big brother to Ric, The Rags, electric guitars, Fender amp with spring reverb, super athlete. I felt 90 years old trying to catch up climbing Popo. Hero status to me. I’ll miss his laugh and playfulness. Peace

  4. Growing up in competitive swimming in Indy I had the utmost respected for you Tom for what you accomplished. I was very happy that later in life we were able to do some adventuring and sailing together and I got a chance to know you.
    One memory was sitting on your boat at the dock having some beers and chatting. You said “Hey, I have a good story for you” and then went about starting it with “I wasn’t drunk or nuthin”. That started me laughing because no “good” story starts with “I wasn’t drunk or nuthin”. Indeed it wasn’t really a “good” story as you went on to describe how you got skewered when attempting to dive into the water from you boom.
    I feel lucky to have spent the time I did with you. You will be missed.

  5. Tom you will be dearly missed the time I had to know you was enjoyable and hunter will always miss you a grandfather that loves his grandchildren have fun up there in heaven we love and miss you lots.

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