I am sorry to hear about Cuqui...She was an amazing Lady...I first met her thru my husband when I move to Dallas...She was the BEST friend my husband had....sorry I lost touch with you when my husband pass and I move to San Antonio ....She call my husband her son even thou they were the same age....may you rest in peace and rejoice in heaven with all your family and friend that were there to welcome you home. I know that your family mean the World to you and I know you will be their Angel watching over them forever..
So sorry to learn she is gone. I worked in the same office building on Smith Barry Rd for several years. She was a very special and strong lady. She will be missed by everyone that knew her.
I miss you very much, Mamita! My birthday yesterday wasn't the same without you. I love you very much.....Ruben
My thought and prays are with her family. May your memories help you through this difficult time. She really was so beautiful
Mrs. Otterbine taught my son, Jayson, religious education at St Matthew. I remember seeing her and her daughters, then later her son and daughters at the 11:30 mass every Sunday. My prayers and thoughts go out the her family.
We are praying for your family & love you!
Mrs. Otterbine taught me religious education in the 7th and 8th grade. I used to love hearing her stories about her childhood and her staunch pro-life views. I knew her son, Fernando, and knew her triplets when they were younger. My prayers go out to all her family. She will be missed. May she rest in peace.
may the lord givr you all strength and wisdom to get thru these times be blessed
My heartfelt sympathy goes to all of Cuqui's family as they deal with her passing. I met Cuqui over 20 years ago when we both taught CCD at St. Matthew Catholic Church. Cuqui was a dedicated, loving person. She touched so many lives through her church, community and work relationships. Even after having her triplets, she continued to be active and everywhere she went, she took her girls with her. She always talked highly about her sons. She was immensely proud of all six children. Her great love for them was evident in all that she did. I truly believe that she held on through all her suffering as long as she did out of love for her children. To thank her for all she did for others, it is our turn to thank her by being there for her children especially the girls who will soon be graduating from high school. It is the right thing to do. May Cuqui rest in peace.
A friend I have found in Rod Sanchez. The loss of your mother saddens me. Condolences to you and all of your family. I hope this candle helps to light your way out of the darkness.
Cuqui, I thank you and Vince for always being so kind to me. Thank you for your tax expertise and for always being a loving Mother to your six children. You were a bright example to us all. Vince left us too soon and now you are gone.
To those who knew and loved Cuqui, and were encouraged by her faith, her love, her kindness and her generosity, to now help her three 16-year-old daughters start their life on the right step, by graduating high school, attending college and beginning a life of their own. They have lived through so much tragedy these past years and now they have lost both parents.
If you can help, please contribute to their education, and to their future. Do it for Cuqui.