“Aguilera Family, We are deeply sadden by your loss. Our prayers are with the family.
“My heart and prayers go out to Mary Lou And her family I am truly sorry my heart hurts but she is in better place with my grandpa Albert may her soul rest in peace and watch over us all they will be in our thoughts and prayers every night
“to all the aguilera famly ,sorry for your loss,i remember going to faywood school with marylou,jennnie,carmen,and johnny,she will be missed,love you all, VICENTE GALINDO JR
“I will never forget your kindness you showed me and accepting me as one of your own. Thanks for showing me how to make the rice. I will miss your enchiladas. Sal
“Ernesto, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Your friends, Jim and Mary Kline
“Tio Neto,Randy,Ernest,Marcy and family I'm sorry for your loss may god bless and comfort you
“To the family of Mary Lou, our deepest condolences.
Whatsoever soothes your spirit
Comforts your soul and
Brings you Peace...
That is what is wished for you at this difficult time. God Bless you and take care.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles & Elizabeth Boerstler
“Mary Lou had a delightful personality and I enjoyed seeing her any opportunity we ran into each other, I met her at Bayard Clinic where I was a nurse many years ago. I am so sorry for your loss.
Mary Lou Aguilera was born on Oct. 12, 1945, and passed away on March 3, 2013, at Mesilla Valley Hospice at the age of 67. Mary Lou was born in Faywood, N.M., to Norberto and Josefa Aguilera. Mary Lou was married for 44 years to Ernesto C. Aguilera. She was employed by and retired from U.S....Read More