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August 16, 2018

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March 20, 2018
My condolences to Maria's family and friends. May she rest in peace.

Lolie Olivas
December 27, 2017
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
December 19, 2017
Our Condolences May god bless you and your family in this time of sorrow ... The Contreras Family
December 17, 2017
My first memories of Lupe go as far back to my childhood; It was 1965 and I was 6 years old. Each year my Family and I would arrive from Los Angeles to Fabens during the week of 10 of August just in time for San Lorenzo fiesta in Clint. We would always stop by Lupes house to visit my Tia Polly and Tio Esteban to include, Yollie, Rudy and Stevie (sorry Sally you were not born yet). We would see Lupe, Lino, Lecha, Don Esteban, and Dona Manuelita early in the morning each day as they cleaned the grape vine laced car port. The interesting event for me was Lupe or Dona Manuelita feeding the caged birdsWhat I was told, they feed them red Chile seeds so that they could whistle. I was unconvinced but Lupe told me it was true. During the day I would see Lupe fussing with a little chubby chihuahua dog that would growl and Lupe would bring the dog in to her house so that all us kids could run and play outsideHowever, the rule: No picking the grapes and/or the unripen peaches from the tree. Great fun at Lupes house. I also remember and want to share, Lupe and Lecha would go out for walks in the eveningI never was curious about where they were going; it was that I admired them and I would watch them as to me they were examples of Mexican beauty and grace.
Visiting Lupe at her home on River Street during my childhood is one of the fondest memories I have of her. I was fortunate enough to let her know of my memories and I will miss seeing her each summer during my Fabens visit.

May she rest in peace.

Respectfully,

Pauline Gomez