Concepcion Galindo

November 24, 1921March 23, 2020

Concepcion Galindo was born on November 24, 1921 and passed away on March 23, 2020 in El Paso, Texas and is under the care of Hillcrest Funeral Home.

They were preceded in death by Raul Galindo (Husband). They are survived by Manuel Galindo (Son), Eduardo Galindo (Son), Mary Hernandez (Daughter), Connie Bigar (Daughter), Bertha Grijalva (Daughter), Concepcion also leaves behind 14 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and 24 great great grandchildren to cherish her memories..

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  • Raul Galindo, Husband (deceased)
  • Manuel Galindo, Son
  • Eduardo Galindo, Son
  • Mary Hernandez, Daughter
  • Connie Bigar, Daughter
  • Bertha Grijalva, Daughter
  • Concepcion also leaves behind 14 grandchildren , 11 great grandchildren and 24 great great grandchildren to cherish her memories.


Concepcion Galindo

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Francisco Grijalva

April 2, 2020

I'll always remember first meeting my mother in law Mrs Concha Galindo.
Without hesitation she welcomed me with open arms and made me part of her beautiful family.
She was a beautiful and amazing human - being that has done so much for so many people.
Although she has left us in this life, she will always be with us in spirit and forever in our heart.
She raised a beautiful and loving family and what an incredible legacy she has left to carry on.

Thank you Mom for being in my life.

Frank ( Kiko) Grijalva

Scott Bressler

March 26, 2020

With deepest sympathy. We have alot of wonderful memories of Concha's visits to Pittsburgh. Birthdays and Thanksgivings around the dinner table at the Galindos. God Bless! Pauline and Scott Bressler.

Denise Barrett

March 26, 2020

Remembering Concha's life with love & thanks, and in prayer for her entire family during this challenging time.
My Sincere Sympathy,
Denise Barrett

Clara Castrellon

March 26, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. She was such a good comadre and friend to my parents. She was also unfailingly kind to me. I remember my mom unexpectedly having to go downtown, in the days before cell phones. Your mom took me home and fed me milk and cookies until my mom returned home. Especially I am sad that she passed away at this time when you cannot have the comfort of a traditional funeral. Be sure that Pepe and I will pray for her and for all of you.
Clara Alejandro Castrellón (Clarita)