Home Records Obituaries Bertha Isela Quintana

Bertha Isela Quintana

0

Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record

Bertha Isela Quintana

Bertha Isela Quintana has passed away on Thursday, July 23, 2020, at her home in Roswell, New Mexico, surrounded by her family. She is survived by her husband Ines Quintana, they shared 48 years of marriage together.

Born in Colonia Altamirano, Chihuahua, Mexico. She was the daughter of Arcadio Sanchez† and Maria Jacquez de Sanchez†.

She was a member of Saint John’s Catholic Church. She enjoyed going to the Casino, doing puzzles and was a dedicated and loving mother.

She is survived by her loving husband, Ines Quintana, children Aide Garcia and husband Jesus Garcia; Esmira Marquez and her husband Antonio Marquez; Blanca DeHaro and her husband Carlos DeHaro; Oscar Quintana and his wife Esmeralda Quintana. Grandchildren: Vanessa and Ian Garcia, Iris Ruiz, Javier Quintana, Martin and Emily Marquez, Iriana and Evelyn Grajeda, Joecelyn Madrid, Luis Angel DeHaro, Marianis Lucero Quintana, Aryana Acosta, Dalia Quintana, Oneida and Emilio Quintana. Her great-grandchildren; Mailani Doram, Naveah and Sebastian Quintana, Aalia Arroyo. She is also survived by her sisters Arcelia, Francisca, Leticia and her brothers Joel and Esteban Sanchez. She is also survived by many family members that loved her so much. She was a prime example of unconditional love.

Her smile was contagious and she demonstrated to love to anyone around her. She would always welcome everyone into her home with open arms. She had unconditional love for anyone.

Support Local Journalism
Subscribe to the Roswell Daily Record today.

She is predeceased by her parents Arcadio Sanchez and Maria Jacquez de Sanchez. Also preceding in death is her loving brother Ezequiel Sanchez†.

Her burial services will be on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at 11:00 am at the South Park Cemetery in Roswell, New Mexico.

Please take a moment and share a fond memory or thought with Bertha’s family at www.andersonbethany.com.

Bertha’s tribute was beautifully written in her honor by her family.