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Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Starts at 1:00 pm (Central time)
Sabre was born on October 22,1990 to Richard “Rick” Aranda Sr. and Heather Carney and took his last breath on earth and his first breath in heaven on September 11, 2021. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday September 22, 2021 at the New Life Church in Hobbs at 1pm.
Left behind to cherish his memory are his father, Rick Aranda, paternal grandparents Domingo Sr. and Nora Aranda, maternal grandparents Craig and Francis Carney, brothers and sisters; Nathan Garcia (Angela), Ricky Aranda (Amiah), Janielle Garcia, Janiayh and Ciara Aranda, stepmother Melva Luna and his fiancé Aidan Smith. He also leaves behind his treasures; sons, Sabre Jr., Tre, Messiah, and daughter Kyreigh Carney with another child on the way.
Sabre was a devoted father to his children and to him they were the greatest goal that he had achieved. He knew true happiness when he had his kids and he loved them with all his heart, displaying that they were his greatest pride and joy. His kids were his everything. Sabre made sure they knew how loved they were and how proud he was to be their daddy.
Sabre was the life of the party whether it was being funny or laughing at anyone’s expense which brought on his love for making Tik Toks. If you were around him for any length of time you were probably a target for his jokes. Sabre loved music and if he had spare time, he would make his way to the studio. Not only did Sabre love music but he was a foodie and loved to eat. He was huge on shoes and was definitely a sneaker head.
Sabre loved spending quality time with his “Pops” and his siblings. He was one of six and he had a unique relationship with each one of his them and loved them dearly. He was the funny one, but Sabre would say was also the cutest one. Sabre had a very big heart and did all he could to help those in need and those he called friends. Spending time with the love of his life, Aidan Smith were moments to be cherished for Sabre. Aidan was his go to, his happily ever after and she was the one he could count on no matter what.
Sabre was a believer in God and had developed a personal relationship with the Lord. He had accepted Jesus into his heart and was saved.
Sabre’s mother, Heather Carney passed on April 22, 2008, and he faithfully visited her grave. He always made sure that she had flowers and he spoke of her often. Sabre made sure her grandbabies knew who she was. Sabre’s priority was to celebrate her any chance he had and now they are celebrating in the heavens together. You will never be forgotten and will always be loved. Rest assured that your family will always make it a priority to have you flowered up and tell your children about you.