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Tafoya, Tommy


In Loving Memory

We didn't forget you but due to a mix-up it didn't get in on your anniversary.

Today is a very sad day as 24 years ago you left us. It makes me very sad that you missed out so much with our kids and grandkids!

Tom and Charlotte just celebrated 23 years of marriage! I'm so proud of them! Tomas is 21, he just started his senior year at UNM. He's working at Panda Express & at a physical therapy clinic, as well as dancing. He went to Vegas and was thrilled with his gambling winnings of $1.50! Tatiana is 19, she just started her 2nd year at UNM and is working as a teacher at the dance studio now. She's becoming very independent and took a few trips with just her friends, no parents.

Lucretia bought her own home and is very happy. She got another dog, a little terror named Gracie. She's a one year old Chihuahua mix. Buster wasn't too happy at first, but they've adjusted. Gracie has to go to reform school for some behavior issues, but it will work itself out. Lucretia also started cycling and has been going on some long rides. She's training for a four day ride in Moab, UT in March.

Nep & Bianca are doing well; very busy with the kids! Evangelee is 16, driving already and going to New York in March with her choir. She has a beautiful voice. Samantha and Fred are now going to public school. It is a good experience for them. Samantha is 12, she plays softball, and like her father, she is the catcher. It scares me. Fred is 8, he's a good little soccer player. Great Daisy says he's a chatterbox. The family went camping and to Carlsbad Caverns, which Fred really liked.

Mary Trinnie and Gerald will be married 20 years on the 28th. Wow how time flies. They are busy with the boys playing football and basketball. Gerald Paul is a senior and also taking college classes. He's working at Chik-fil-A. He'll play varsity basketball for Cibola. Tommy Andres is 10 and playing football. He has a very sharp memory. He went to the horse races and like his cousin Tomas, he gambled was very happy to win $1.50! The family is very excited to go to Phoenix to watch the Patriots play today. Last year they watched Green Bay.

As for me, I'm busy with the grandkids and taking care of Mom. She's 91 now, still driving (as little as possible) and living in her own home. I'm in Phoenix this weekend too.

We all love and

miss you every day.

Love youâ€"your wife Vivian, your children and

Published in Albuquerque Journal on Sept. 16, 2016
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