Mercie Marquez-Ulibarri
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Mercie Marquez-Ulibarri

Aztec - Mercie Marquez-Ulibarri, 59 of Aztec, passed away on November 4, 2019. Mercie was the daughter of Ed Marquez and Angie Quintana Marquez. She was married to Leo Ulibarri and had two daughters Diana and Kayla.

A rosary will be held at St.Peter, St. Rosa church in Arboles, Colorado on

Friday, 11/8/19 at 6pm.Eulogy will be recited before the Catholic mass that will be held at 11am Saturday, 11/9/19.

Please see Farmington Funeral Home's Website for full obituary.






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Published in Farmington Daily Times from Nov. 6 to Nov. 8, 2019.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
NOV
8
Rosary
06:00 PM
St.Peter, St. Rosa church
NOV
9
Funeral Mass
11:00 AM
St.Peter, St. Rosa church
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November 11, 2019
So sorry to hear of your loss. My condolences go to the family and may she rest in peace. I was a teacher in Bloomfield for many years and knew Mercie. Now we will have an angel in heaven that we can call by name, Mercie. God bless and lots of love,
Dr. Irma Wasson Arellano
November 9, 2019
Mercie had a wonderful smile. I have fond memories of going to your house and playing when we were little. Mercie always wanted to be the mom or teacher. Condolences to all the girls.
Rita
November 8, 2019
To all the family of Mercie Marquez-Ulibarri, I send my sincere sympathy RIP Mercie
Rosa (Quintana) McGuire
November 8, 2019
I am so sorry or your loss. Mercie was a wonderful lady and a very special person. Prayers of comfort for you all.
Stacey Kelly
November 7, 2019
Leo, Diana,and Kayla, I am so sorry for your loss. Mercie was a wonderful teacher, person, and friend. I will miss her.
Kathy Schlapp
November 7, 2019
Merci... May you rest in peace. I will always remember your laugh and caring nature. I will always remember the time we spent hanging out with you and your sisters @ the old Arboles Store. I will remember learning to play pool and just being silly. Be in peace with God my dear friend. Always with love ... Irene Ribera.
November 7, 2019
Rita Jaramillo
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