Our beloved Son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend Vincent Rene Huerta entered into eternity with his lord and savior Jesus Christ on February 8, 2013. He carried with him a love of family, friends , sports and music. He was happiest among family and friends. We are blessed to have known him and cherish the time spent with him. He was a big guy with a big heart, always ready to help friends in need. Vince was a 1999 Hanks graduate where he excelled in sports, earning all academic, all district and all city honors, as a four year letterman in both football and baseball. In 1997 he was elected a Grid Iron Great National All Star. He played baseball on scholarship at College of the Southwest, before returning to UTEP to graduate with a degree in Business Management in 2005. Vince was welcomed at the heavenly gates by his loving aunt and godmother Gloria Marmolejo and aunt Lana D. Summers. He is Survived by his devoted grandparents Mary and Salvador Rodriguez, his father Conrad Huerta Jr., mother Allison Marie Galmines, brother Sebastian Ytuarte, sisters Jessica Jackson, Kara Ytuarte, Amber and Samantha Huerta. Other survivors include loving aunts, uncles and cousins including Morris and Tina Espinoza and family (Kimberly, Ryan, and Christian), Ricky Huerta, Mark and Veronica Huerta and family (Marcus, Isaac, Valerie and Hailey), cousin Manny and Jennifer Marmolejo and family (Joey, Jocelyn, Jiselle and Jacob) and stepmother Carolyn Huerta. Visitation will be Friday, February 15, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM with a prayer service at 7:00 PM at Mt. Carmel Funeral Home. Funeral Service will be Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 11:00 AM at Cielo Vista Church with interment to follow at Evergreen East Cemetery. Pallbearers: Mando Torres , Mike Croom, Gabe Mejia, Victor Vasquez, Micah Pennies, Jorge Garcia, Champ Hernandez, Sebastian Ytuarte, Marcus Huerta, Manny Marmolejo, and Joseph Marmolejo. Vince will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts."IF I RULED THE WORLD, IMAGINE THAT"
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Published in El Paso Times from Feb. 13 to Feb. 20, 2013