May 31, 1938 - November 22, 2020
Angelita Daniel Vasquez "Angie" lived an abundant life. She married our Dad Andres Vasquez at 18. She became a widow in 2000 and is survived by her 6 children, 23 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren with 2 more on the way: Daughter Rosario Daniel Vasquez and children Corinna and her husband Eduardo Gutierrez (children Ezekiel Sanchez, Eduardo Gutierrez Jr., and Elias Gutierrez), Jorge Sanchez, Roberto Sanchez (children Alexa Sanchez, Xander Sanchez, and Mateo Sanchez). Daughter Antonia Wilson, and children Ryan Rainwater, Falcon Rainwater, and Isaiah Rainwater. Son Isaul Daniel Vasquez and children Danielle Vasquez, Liseth and husband Tim Schweiger (children Jules Schweiger, Hudson Schweiger, and Zeph Schweiger), Israel and wife Rachel Vasquez, Zeke Vasquez, and Zack Vasquez. Son Adolfo and wife Patricia Vasquez and children Jeremy and wife Sarah Vasquez (children Cooper Vasquez, Addison Vasquez, and Rylie Vasquez), and Courtney and husband Jordan Rosas. Daughter Moraima Phillips and children Monique Vasquez (children Heavenly Star Conn, Cynthia Auna' Lee Pineda, Manuel Jovan Pineda, and Leeaura Adelea Pineda, and one on the way), Cheyenne D'Asia Phillips (children Ta'Leeya Amethyst Nava, and Arhea'Lee Jade Anderson). Angelita was also preceded in death by her grandson Jovan Lee Conn, Moraima's son. � Daughter Merida and husband Bryan Carrizales and children Jesse and wife Melissa Vasquez who is expecting, DeVina Reyna Vasquez and partner Alexis Blanco (child Angelita Marie Vasquez), Bella Amaris Vasquez, Cruz Elijah Vasquez, Viviana Sarai Carrizales, Ariella Genesis Carrizales, Exodus Andrae Carrizales. Our Mother worked very hard throughout her life, she only ever knew hard work and bestowed much of her strong work ethic into all of us. She was tough, powerful, solid, determined, straightforward, but nurturing and loved her family with her entire being. Nobody could ever harm her children as she was a protector. Mom was an excellent cook, her dishes carry on throughout our homes, her love for music and dancing, her cup of coffee with cinnamon, spending hours upon hours in her garden of roses, an eye for decorating beautifully and presenting herself in such a ladylike manner; it didn't matter where she was going, she was going "beautiful". She had a virtual love affair with Sylvester Stallone and loved all the Fast and Furious movies. I can almost bet she remembered her glory days behind the wheel of her Z28 Camaro that kept her watching. Let's just say she was pretty lucky to never see a ticket. She raised us to not back down, to not fall but to stand strong in any circumstance and move forward. To pray and seek God always, she prayed and prayed long... her conversations with God were very important to her. She made sure we knew how to get through hard times and thoroughly enjoy the good times. She showed her love so deeply with her Grandchildren; teaching them songs, singing to them, dancing with them, praying with them and for them. Her life will be remembered by her nurturing manner to those she would meet, giving love and a word of encouragement when someone needed it. Our Mother left us many memories but I would say the most important is the love she had for each of us, nobody could ever doubt the love she had for her children, grandchildren, and even our spouses. She was a tough Mom indeed but she made us into who we are, she equipped us with what was needed to make it through life, and for that, we are eternally grateful for her.
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