In loving memory of

Ginarro Allen New
April 28, 1994 - May 31, 2021

Ginarro Allen New was born in Mesa, Arizona on April 28, 1994. On May 31st, Ginarro passed away at the age of 27 years old. when a vehicle ran a red light at high speeds and collided with his police cruiser. Ginarro got married on November 9th, 2019 to his wife Kristen. Kristen and Ginarro have a boxer named Sandy and 3 cats. Ginarro had many jobs over the course of his short life, but he was most proud of his service in the Phoenix Police department. Although his time with the department was short, Ginarro made an impact wherever he went. He is survived by his mother Misty, his grandmother Susan, his three brothers Marcas, Drew,and Nick, and his wife Kristen.

Ginarro was not a tall man. He hated that he was short and that all of his younger brothers had surpassed him years ago. Although he was small, the worst thing you could do is underestimate him. What he lacked in height he made up for with his tenacity, bravery, and overall silliness. His personality was so magnetic that you couldn't help but like him and love him even if you didn't want to. He was a giant nerd at heart and a deep love for star wars, power rangers, and superheroes among other things. It is not surprising that he loved superheroes and the idea of helping as many people as possible. All he ever wanted to do in his life is make a difference in his community and the lives of everyone he came in contact with. Ginarro was kind, charismatic, loyal, silly, and extremely loving. He was also a hero. A hero that knew the risks and still gave his all for his community

Visitation will take place at Hansen Desert Hills Mortuary on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 from 5:00 pm to 7:00pm. Memorial services for Officer New will take place on June 10th at Dream city church located at 13613 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85022. Services will begin at 9 am.


Sharon wrote on Jun 9, 2021:

"To the New family and friends. Our family is sorry for the loss of your "superhero" loved one. We thank him for his service and pray you will find healing and comfort in the days ahead. "