OBITUARY

Anjelita Pesina Herrera

February 21, 1954July 9, 2021
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Anjelita Pesina Herrera, age 67, passed away July 9, 2021. She was born in Burnet, TX. A resident of Austin throughout most of her life, she frequently revisited her hometown of Burnet. Anjelita’s career consisted of property management, retail and the IRS where she received superior performance awards in 4 of the 15 years including 3 years in a row. Anjelita was also very competitive in sports having played in softball and bowling leagues. She was known for her very smooth delivery of the bowling ball. Among other things she enjoyed dancing, family gatherings, playing cards and simply being around the family. She would always look forward to family gatherings, making sure everything was prepared and if there was anything else that was needed. She was always the first one to arrive at the gathering. Arriving 2-3 hours early tells how excited she was. She always supported her kids and grandchildren and tended to them whenever in need. A very caring mother, grandmother, friend and person. She will be truly missed. Preceded in death by her parents, Domingo Pesina and Jinobeba Tobar; brother, Domingo Pesina. She is survived by her daughter, Denise A. Herrera; son, Ray A. Herrera; daughter, Rebecca A. Herrera; son, Donnie A. Herrera; son, Ronnie A. Herrera; sister, Gloria Laijas along with 27 grandchildren. Rest in peace, mom.

  • FAMILY

  • Deinse A Herrera, Daughter
  • Ray A Herrera, Son
  • Rebecca A Herrera, Daughter
  • Donnie A Herrera, Son
  • Ronnie A Herrera, Son
  • Gloria Laijas, Sister
  • Anjelita is also survived by 27 grandchildren.

Services

  • Visitation Clements-Wilcox Chapel

    Wednesday, July 14, 2021

  • Rosary Clements-Wilcox Chapel

    Wednesday, July 14, 2021

  • Funeral Mass Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church

    Thursday, July 15, 2021

  • Burial at Post Mountain

    Thursday, July 15, 2021

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Arthur laijas

July 13, 2021

Aunt Angie was a very cool and nice sweetheart as a kid she was always close to her mom. I remember the entire family would visit every Thanksgiving at grandma's home. Also when twins were born she would visit atleast twice or once a month. She was always cool because as a kid, she was always like different things from my mother and had a pretty good taste, that's why I always was around she was cool. Even when she moved in town with the twins I was always there everyday with them. That's how nice she was we were always together. I loved her and the kids alot like little brothers. I remember she help me get my first job too, as teen. I always missed them but she taught them to always come by which my whole family loved about the kids. When they would come by and bring their kids, We as a family were always happy them to be there.
Lastly I spent time with her before alot of health problems. She was the greatest but to be honest we all knew how she felt towards anyone she was upfront with her children but I love her the same love as my own mother, I finally told her one day because we both knew I would not live there forever but I always wanted to tell her that and I was finally happy to let her know how I felt.
I will miss you, you were always very wise and keen on everything more enlighten, I will miss you the most now my Grandma her mother and my Aunt I losing the best of family.
I will miss the family we were all together now all the ones that brought us all together are no longer with us all.
I want you all to know that, I just wanted you know before and I happy you know and to my family here still with us your children and their kids.
We need to hangout more. I love you all,
Arthur Laijas Jr

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