Mario Sanchez

Died: Fri., May 15, 2020


Graveside Service

5:00 PM Mon., May 18, 2020
Location: Mt. Vernon Memorial Cemetery


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Mario Sanchez, age 31, of Mt. Vernon, died Friday afternoon, May 15, 2020 after injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Mario was a native and lifelong resident of Montgomery County. He was a welder and also was Catholic by Faith.

He is survived by his wife, Blanca Sanchez of Mt. Vernon; two sons, Angel Sanchez and Leonnel Sanchez, both of Mt. Vernon; one daughter, Nayelie Sanchez of Mt. Vernon; his parents, Israel and Francisca Sanchez of Mt. Vernon; one brother, Israel Sanchez Jr. of Mt. Vernon; and one sister, Claudia Sanchez of Mt. Vernon.

Graveside Funeral Services for Mario Sanchez will be held Monday, May 18, 2020 at 5:00PM at Mt. Vernon Memorial Cemetery with Reverend Moises Sanchez officiating. Interment will follow.

Ronnie L. Stewart Funeral Service Vidalia Chapel is in charge of funeral arrangements.

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Alejandra Perez
   Posted Sat May 16, 2020
Descansa en paz mi querido primo siempre te recordaré nos duele mucho tu partida le pido a Dios les de mucha fortaleza a tus padres y hermanos para poder enfrentar esta gran pérdida 😭😭👼🏻🖤🖤🤍🤍

Daniel James Salem
   Posted Sat May 16, 2020
Thinking of the Sanchez family. My mother told me of the sad news. Back in 2004-2005, I decided to enter the Vidalia Onion Run. I was several years older than most of the young High School Runners from around the region. When I arrived at the race, the information was that a Montgomery County High School Athlete was going to win the 5K race. I thought to myself, Who could it possibly be? It turns out that it was Mario Sanchez. While some of my family and friends attended Montgomery County High School over the years, including my mother Judy C Salem. I was a 1996-1997 graduate of Vidalia High School. When the 5K race was over, Mario Sanchez was the winner. I was the second place winner that day. We both took trophies home that day. Mario Sanchez will be greatly missed. He was obviously a great athlete and family person. Time is given to us by God. While the hands of a clock are important. Gods hands are obviously the greatest. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Juan Garcia
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
For the past few days I have been contemplating on what to say or if I should even say anything at all because there isn’t anything I could say or do that would alleviate the pain that everyone feels right now especially your family. All I can say is that I am sorry, I truly am.

I am glad for the time we did get to spend together on the same soccer team a few years back. You were a good teammate , but what was evident was that you were an exceptional father and husband. These are only a few of the quality’s you possessed.

May you Rest In Peace My friend and May we see each other again one day.

Kim Noble
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
Mario!! I cant believe this. Im so glad we met and your craziness is never to be forgotten. I remember the times you would talk about your wife and kids how much they meant to you. They are certainly in my prayers. I know you will watch over them... we will certainly miss you. But you will always be in my memories. May you RIP and keep heaven rocking.

Daniel James Salem
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
We are sad to hear of his passing. During the 2004-2005 Onion Run, we both won trophies. Mario was the overall winner, I was the second place winner in that race. When I arrived at the Onion Run Race, the word was that a Montgomery County High School Runner was going to win the race. I thought to myself, Who could it be? It was Mario Sanchez. Mario was several years younger than me. He was obviously a great athlete and family person. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

Kaneesha Love
   Posted Mon May 18, 2020

Blooming Blues was sent by MCHS C/o 2007.

Prayers to you all during this tragic time. We love you, Mario! Sincerely, MCHS Class of 2007


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