JANIE LOVATO

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JANIE LOVATO Lovato, Janie 66 Years old was born in Las Vegas , New Mexico on Nov. 2 1946 to Manuel and Katie Rodriguez. Laid to rest on Wednesday September 25, 2013. Janie was the third oldest of nine total brothers and sisters: Joaquin Rodriguez (deceased), Celesia Cruz (deceased), Mannie (Corinne) Rodriguez, Camille Rodriguez, Lawrence (Jeanette) Rodriguez, Theresa (Jerome) Rodriguez-Padilla, Ermie (Lauren) Rodriguez and Marsha Rodriguez. Including 15 nephews and nieces and numerous great nephews and nieces. She graduated high school from Las Vegas High, was voted head cheerleader, loved to cook as well as bake, attend church regularly every Saturday, along with recite the rosary on a strict daily basis. Her occupational journey started off with 25 years at Presbyterian hospital, numerous years at Kindred hospital and eventually retired at Dr. Lovato Eye Associates. Janie is survived by her loving husband of 46 years, Ray Gene Lovato and became a mother to three angels of her own: Felicia Lovato, Melodie Eugina Macias, and Renee Lovato. Had two son-in-laws: Manuel Duran and Eduardo Macias, and also survived by five grand children; Erika Macias, Marcus Lovato, Ray Macias, Ryan Lovato, Jonathan Ray Lovato and one great grand baby Angelina Marie Olivas Janie's Life Celebration will begin at Salazar Mortuary (400 Third St.) with a Visitation on Sunday, September 29th at 6pm, followed by a Rosary at 7pm. A Mass will be held at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (1818 Coal Place SE) on Monday, September 30th, at 10am. Please visit Janie's online guestbook at www.SalazarMortuary.com. SALAZAR MORTUARY 400 Third Street SW 242-1133
Funeral Home
Salazar Mortuary
400 Third Street Southwest Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 242-1133
Funeral Home Details
Published in Santa Fe New Mexican on Jan. 1, 1900
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