Angelica C Shurtz

3 January, 193210 January, 2021

Angelica “Angie” Shurtz, 89,passed away peacefully at home on Jan 10, 2021. She was born to Herman and Domicinda (Archuletta) Sisneros on Jan 3, 1932, in Maxwell, N.M. Angie was a Pueblo resident for over 60 years. She enjoyed a career in retail, including 20 years at SoLo market. She was blessed to be part of a large family which she loved dearly. She was quick to lend a hand to family and friends. She is survived by her loving children Dora (Guy) Harris, Joseph (partner Jennie Vialpando) Trujillo, Grandchildren, Lt Col Tisha (Brent) Cornett, Michael Trujillo, Anthony (Eileen) Harris, Rebecca Harris, Amanda Harris, nine great-grandchildren and a great-great grandchild, sister Martha (Nate) Carrillo, brother Joe (Emily) Sisneros, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Cleo(Ray) Ulibarri, Jenny (Mike) Lopez, Mildred (Rayford) McCormick, brothers Samuel (Isabel) Sisneros, Herman (Emma) Sisneros, Leo (Victoria) Sisneros, Victor (Helen) Sisneros. Angie was loved and cherished by her family and will be missed dearly. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, burial will be private. Online condolences can be offered at


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  • Tim Lopez
  • Henry Sisneros
  • Anthony Aguilar



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Judy Espinoza

18 January 2021

On behalf of the Mares family who also has roots in Maxwell, NM, I would like to extend our sincere condolences to Angies family. We go way back in that our grandparents were friends. Angie was a fun loving lady. We spend one day shopping and ended up at the annual White House Ranch craft show, in Colorado Springs, several years ago. Now she can shop with the Angels. Speak her name and she will never die! Lo siento.

Lorena Nolasco

17 January 2021

Our dearest neighbor and friend, we are saddened by this but we will forever treasure the moments we shared with you. Thank you for always welcoming our family and becoming a part of ours. Say hello to Ted for us, with love, Lorena and Amalio Nolasco and kids

Monica Gonzales

17 January 2021

I will always remember Angie's beautiful smile and kindness. I'm a granddaughter of Andy & Helen Lopez.(Sophie's daughter) I grew up knowing Angie and Mrs Sisneros. They always welcomed us into their home and treated us like family. I loved them for that and will always remember them fondly. My condolences to the family.

Roberta Sisneros

13 January 2021

We will always love you and miss the times we had together Rest In Peace Aunt Angie .Ken & Roberta