Harvey Guerra Jr, was born in Carlsbad New Mexico to Hector Harvey and Debra Guerra. Harvey had one brother Gabriel Guerra Sr. Harvey was born December 21-1979 in Carlsbad, New Mexico where he continued to live his life.
He is survived by both parents, and brother Gabriel Guerra and Wife Ashley two nephews Gabriel Jr, Grayson and one Niece Gabriaunna, three daughters Brittney, Savannah,and Mariah Guerra all of Carlsbad New Mexico, two sons Harvey Noah and Hector Anthony Guerra of Carlsbad, New Mexico and two beautiful grandchildren Hailee and Amber. Grandfather Herman Justice of Junction, Texas; Aunts Van Jo Estrada (Agustin) of Carlsbad, New Mexico; Diana Cadwell (John) of Junction, Texas; Sylvia Morgan (Drew) of Carlsbad, New Mexico; Uncle Greg Guerra (Alma) of Carlsbad, New Mexico; Companion Maria Garcia and Numerous of cousins
Harvey was preceded in death by wife Sarah Guerra, Grandparents Hector and Beatrice Guerra; Grandmother Patsy J. Justice and one Uncle Jackie Justice
Harvey enjoyed life, he loved race cars making people laugh. There wasn’t to many times you didn’t see a smile on his face it was contagious, and everyone loved those dimples. He was a long-time employee of Forrest Tire in Carlsbad, New Mexico and his current employer was Big O, he loved being in the tire business and if you knew this family you knew why. They always needed tire repairs while spending time at the racetrack doing what they love. Harvey started racing at the age of sixteen Harvey, his dad and brother were always in the garage getting ready for the next race. They called him Wallbanger Jr. he and his father got that name due to their driving habits, Harvey’s his favorite quote was the “checker or the wrecker”. When Harvey hung up his racing duties that’s when he became the new crew chief for his nephew Gabe Jr, he was his hype man during the races and got him ready. He loved spending time with his family not as much as mommas cooking, but the memoires, laughs and the stories were endless when they gathered at his parent’s house. Harvey was an extremely proud dad and papa; he loved of his girls, his boys and those two beautiful granddaughters. His best memories were also spent at the lake with his children and family. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family and all who knew him.
“Although we cannot see you, your hands we cannot touch, your smile is never forgotten, you are loved so very much, goodbyes are not forever, they just simply mean we will see you always, until we meet again”
Direct cremation has taken place and a private graveside service will be held at a later day. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers the family greatly appreciates it.