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Santiago Esteban “Steve” Hidalgo

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Santiago Esteban “Steve” Hidalgo, 54, passed away Wednesday, February 21, 2018, in Roswell, NM. There will be a Viewing at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, followed by a Rosary at 6:00 PM. A Memorial Service will be held at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 2:00 PM. Celebrate Steve’s life by visiting www.andersonbethany.com to offer a memory or expression of sympathy for his family.
On August 7, 1963, Steve was born to Albert Hidalgo Sr. and Mary Montes in Roswell, NM. He was a great chef and started cooking at an early age. Throughout Steve’s life, he worked for Sally Port Inn, NMMI, and Tinnie Mercantile and Deli. He was overwhelmed with joy when he learned about his new grandson, baby Maddux. Steve’s greatest joy in life was to be with his family, he loved them more than anything.
Some of Steve’s favorite things to do were to watch his nephews, Frank and Cristian De La O, play basketball for the RHS Coyotes. He loved joking around and listening to music with his niece, Bianca De La O. His most treasured memories were playing lotería with his mom, sister, Tina, Rita, Ricky, Rosie and whoever else wanted to join. There was never a dull moment when Steve was around. He had a great love for his dear friend (family), Cathy Burch. Steve loved the paintings she would do for him on his windows during Christmas. He and his best friend, Daniel Ramirez, were always there to help each other out. Steve will be greatly missed by everyone he knew.
Those left to eternally cherish memories of Steve are his son, Steve Hidalgo Jr. and Kaytlyn; daughter, Olympia Martinez; mother, Maria Hidalgo; grandchildren: baby Maddux Hidalgo, Benjamin Marquez, Asayca Romero; brothers: Julian Hidalgo, Henry (Ricky) Hidalgo and wife, Rosie, Albert Hidalgo Jr. and wife, Nancy; sisters: Rita De La O and husband, Frank, Maria Christina Hidalgo, Anita Malacara and husband, Daniel; and numerous nephews and nieces.
Preceding Steve in death were his father, Albert Hidalgo Sr; grandparents: Marcelina Reyes, Annie Molina; and sister, Maria Amparo Sanchez.
Steve’s family will receive friends and family at 1210 E. Holland Drive. There will be a Reception following Service.

My Big Brother

“You showed me a lot of things, I learned a lot I didn’t know.But you forgot to teach me one last thing, how to let you go.I know you didn’t mean to leave me,sometimes we have no choice.I miss being your little sister,Hearing your name called by your voiceI wish I got to say “I Love You” before you were given to the sky.You always meant so much to meI could never love you less.I know it’s true when they say He only takes the best.“RIP brother. I Love You.”

— Your baby sister, Rita

Steve’s family lovingly wrote this tribute in his honor.

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