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Tommy Anthony Guajaca


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Tommy Anthony Guajaca

TOMMY ANTHONY GUAJACA, who presently resided in Roswell, NM, at the age of 50, has passed on to be with our Lord and Savior early Tuesday morning, March 31, 2020. His last breath was taken at home in the presence of his family. Tommy’s services are pending at this time. A further announcement will be published when arrangements are finalized. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with the Guajaca family at www.andersonbethany.com.

On December 21, 1969, Tommy was born to Emilio and Carmelita Guajaca in Harbor City, CA. He lived most of his life in Longbeach, CA. In 2015, Tommy moved to Roswell, NM, in hopes of taking a serious reflection of his life and reconnect with his relatives. He became unexpectedly ill in Roswell. In the process of Tommy’s recovery, the Lord lead him to a past friend that would soon become his wife. As his health recovered, he took on different roles. Tommy’s new roles were as a loving and caring husband and stepfather, and an extraordinary grandfather, in every way. He loved his pets: Poppie and Gizma like crazy. Tommy’s smile, laughter, and his comforting presence will always remain in our hearts.

SURVIVORS: Left behind to treasure memories of Tommy are his wife of five years, Isabell Victoria Guajaca of Roswell, NM; stepdaughter, Angelina F. Gomez and Marcos Juarez of Roswell, NM; granddaughter, Namine E. Juarez is known as his “Namsters”; as well as his grandson, Erineo A. Juarez known as his “Little Man”; three sisters: Ramona Rios, Lucy Ramirez, and Irene Guajaca; uncle and aunt: Reyes and Maria Guajuaca of Arizona; and Isabel Aguilar of Roswell, NM; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; as well as his loving pets: Poppie and Gizma.

PRECEDED: Preceding Tommy in death are his father, Emilio D. Guajaca; mother, Carmelita S. Guajaca; grandparents: Federico and Louisa Guajaca (father’s side) and Rafael and Catalina Salcido (mothers side); sister, Geneva Guajaca; brothers: Emilio Jr. Guajaca, Richard Guajaca, Gilbert Guajaca; as well as his beloved nephew, Johnny Rios.


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You never said I’m leaving

You never said goodbye.

You were gone before I knew it,

And only God knew why.

A million times

I needed you,

A million times I cried.

If love alone could have saved you,

You never would

have died.

In life I loved you dearly,

In death I love you still.

In my heart

you hold a place,

That no one could ever fill.

It broke my heart

to lose you,

But you didn’t go alone

For part of me

went with you,

The day God

took you home.


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