If we only had one word to describe our dad, it would be “Genuine.” He lived life to the fullest. Pete R. Laumbach,73, was given everlasting life June 7, 2020 at 9:45 pm in Lubbock, TX. We will celebrate his life at 10:00 am Saturday, June 13, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. In support of the health of our community, the seating is limited due to the social distancing requirement set by Governor Abbott. The service will be live-streamed and will be available for thirty days on this page. You are encouraged to sign the virtual guestbook and share memories and expressions of sympathy by selecting the icon.On March 12, 1947, he was born to Peter Joseph Laumbach and Guadalupe Gonzales at La Cinta near Roy, NM. He was the middle of five brothers and sisters. He graduated from Mora High School and went on to pursue a degree in Art and Music at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas. Pete met and married Joyce Hunter and was happily married 52 years. They have two daughters who meant the world to them (Amy Reynolds of Amarillo, TX and Dee Dee Laumbach of Lubbock, TX). He served in the New Mexico National Guard and was honorably discharged.A country boy at heart, he was a farmer, rancher, and cowboy. He loved raising alfalfa hay and working cattle. Pete was the recipient of New Mexico Stockman of the Year in the early 90s.He was very passionate for so many things. He truly loved strumming his guitar, singing, and composing country/western songs. He was well known for performing his original songs at the National Cowboy Symposium in Ruidoso, NM, Prescott, AZ, and Branson, MO. One time he had the opportunity to perform in Nashville, TN on Star Search, hosted by Eddie Rabbit. He was a champion yodeler. His first record, “Burnt Toast for Breakfast” was recorded in Denver, CO. More favorites of his included drawing and painting. He was a bit of a perfectionist. He would rewrite or redo different projects until they were done just right. He deeply enriched so many lives, leaving a song in our hearts.He was truly blessed to be surrounded by so many women in his life including his granddaughters and great-granddaughters who adore their Pompa/Pompie Pie.Survivors include his beloved wife, Joyce Laumbach of Lubbock; two daughters, Ammity Reynolds and Kevin Huyck of Amarillo, and Robyndee Laumbach of Lubbock; two granddaughters, Destinee (Todd) McCoy of Wolfforth, Makayla (Audie) Munoz of Amarillo, TX; five great-granddaughters, Kynlee McCoy, Cambrynn McCoy, Londynn McCoy, Arabella Munoz, and Zora Munoz; siblings, Leo (Mary Helen) Laumbach of Springer, NM, Fidelia (Roque) Maes of Sandia Park, NM, Greg (Belinda) Laumbach of Rainsville, NM, Gloria (Alex) Griego of Albuquerque, NM, and numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his parents, and a great-niece, Miranda Coca.