Sonia Guillen Telles
February 6, 1993 – October 28, 2020
Sonia Guillen Telles, 27, of El Paso, Texas, passed away on October 28, 2020. She was born in Okinawa, Japan on February 6, 1993 to Abran Bustamante Telles and Lydia Guillen Telles. Sonia was a prayer answered and a blessing from above. Her sister Sofia prayed for a sister every night for 7 years. Four years after Sonia was born, the family moved to Colorado Springs, and in 1999 they made their home in El Paso, Texas.
Sonia was a wonderful caring mother with such a big heart. She was full of love and compassion, caring genuinely for all who knew her. She was a radiant shining light when she entered any place. She was always curious of the cosmos and God. She loved reading, writing poetry, and listening to music.
Sonia was preceded in death by her mother, Lydia Guillen Telles; and her grandmother, Leocadia Bustamante Telles. Left to cherish her memory are her grandmother, Amada Hudgens; her father, Abran Bustamante Telles; a sister, Sofia Telles; three brothers, Abran G. Telles, Enrique Telles, Gabriel Telles; and her son, Alexander Guillen Escobedo.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Sonia Guillen Telles
November 13, 2020
Good go young say hi to my big brother sis angles in heaven 💎💖💌🙏👼
November 12, 2020
I have so many favorite memories of Sonia, or as I called her Sonnie because she was the sun to my "raynebow" as she called me and we spelled our nicknames like that to be unique in our own middle school way. She would do anything to get a smile out of me. Which is why i was "raynebow" to her because even though i was gloomy, after rain there is rainbow and sunshine. I'll never forget her smile and the light in her eyes. I'll never forget our adventures with Sofia driving us around to get Starbucks late at night. I'll never forget her charisma which was pure magic. I'll just never forget.. she will live in my heart and in my memories and I will love her forever.
November 11, 2020
Sonia was one of my best friends I had known her since she and I were kids. We always had fun together and had fun watching each other grow. She was a wonderful mother and friend. She was very selfless and I will miss her until the end of time . Till we meet again seeeeesssttter
I love you so much and will always
May God keep your family and I miss you ❤️
Sam, Lindsey and the Kids ❤️