OBITUARY

Enriqueta S. Ambriz

July 15, 1922August 6, 2018

Enriqueta S. Ambriz, 96, falleció el 6 de agosto, 2018 y nació el 15 de julio, 1922 en El Paso, Texas. Visitación para Enriqueta se realizará el viernes, 10 de agosto, 2018 de 5 pm a 9 pm con servicio de funeral a las 7 pm en Hillcrest Funeral Home, 1060 North Carolina Drive, El Paso, Texas. Podrá compartir sus gratos recuerdos y expresar sus condolencias en www.dignitymemorial.com para la familia Ambriz .

  • FAMILY

  • Jose Ambriz, Hijo
  • Fernando Ambriz, Hijo
  • Silvestre Ambriz, Hijo
  • Mario Efrain Ambriz, Hijo
  • Hortencia Morales, Hija
  • Sara Rodgers, Hija
  • Rosa Ortiz, Hija
  • Olivia Mata, Hija
  • 25 nietos y 26 bisnietos.

Services

  • Visitación Friday, August 10, 2018
  • Servicio de Funeral Friday, August 10, 2018
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Enriqueta S. Ambriz

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Loreli Fernandez

September 2, 2018

Sara Ambriz Rogers

August 15, 2018

Al permanecer despierta por la noche recordando, recordando o muchas cosas, con lágrimas en mis mejillas, encuentro que fácil es recordar, recordar o muchas cosas. Pero es el DOLOR de perder a mi mama, que no se va.
Es difícil resumir en pocas palabras lo que mi mama logró en sus 96 años de vida.
El proverbio de una esposa/madre capaz describe a mi mama: "ella recompenso con bien a mi papá todos los días de su vida. Se levantaba mientras todavía era noche para dar alimento a su casa. Vijilaba como marchaban los asuntos de su casa. El pan de la pereza no comió. Revitalizaba sus brazos y ceñía sus caderas para trabajo duro. Extendió la palma de su mano al afligido y alargó sus manos al pobre."
Más que todo, y muy adecuado, "se vistió de fuerza y esplendor al mirar al futuro con confianza!"
Cuando ella hablaba con sus hermanos, moviendo su dedo de lado a lado, ella les decía: "yo no me voy a morir!"
Y aunque ella si se durmió en la muert, es solamente por un momento. Jesus dice en Juan 11:25: "...el que ejerce fe en mí, aunque muera, llegara a vivir." Y yo, fuertemente, creo en esas palabras!

SARA AMBRIZ ROGERS

August 15, 2018

As I lay awake at night remembering, remembering oh so many things, with tears upon my cheeks. I find that it's so easy to remember, remember oh so many things. But it's the PAIN of missing mom that doesn't go away.
It's hard to sum up in just a few words what my mom accomplished in her 96 years of life.
The proverb of a capable wife/mother best describes my mom:
"She cared for my dad all the days of his life. She would rise while it was still night to provide food for her household and would watch over the activity of her household. The bread of laziness she did not eat. She strengthen her arms, prepared herself for hard work. She extended her palms to the lowly and opened her hand to the poor." And most of all, and very fitting, she cloth herself with strength and splendor as she looked to the future with confidence!"
She would tell her brothers as she shook her finger to and fro: " I'm not going to die!"
And although she did fall asleep in death, it is for just a moment. Jesus said @ John 11:25: "...the one that excersises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life." I strongly believe these words!

Dan Rogers

August 14, 2018

Enriqueta Ambriz was my Mother in Law. She was a very strong woman. She definitely reminds me of the capable wife described in the Bible at Proverbs 31: 10-31. Those of you that read this account see for yourself if this doesn’t describe Enriqueta.

When Carmen passed away she was able to carry on. She was very independent. I remember the times we had her stay with us and after awhile she would say she had to go home to take care of things. But while we had her we had fun. We took her out to eat and a couple of times to the movies. With my inability to understand everything she would say I could tell when she was having fun. One time we took her to a Sushi Resturant. She ordered something with our guidance, but along with her food she had a good size portion of wasabi. Now I honestly did not even give it a thought that she would not know what it was.. Well she ended up eating the entire portion in one bite thinking it was guacamole. I felt so bad. When we asked her on the way home if she had a good time, she said yes but she didn’t care for the green stuff.

When we had her with us we did so many things together. Our boys were able to be with Grandma Quetta. She even went to Disneyland with us and stayed till it closed. She had fun, but I know she was tired as we all were.

I could go on and on but suffice it to say that we all loved Enriqueta. And I am so looking forward to being reunited with her and Carmen and all those that we have lost in death.

May our all loving and compassionate God Jehovah be especially with the Ambriz family. May Jehovah be with all of you and give you comfort.

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Your Brother and Friend

Dan

Rosa Maria Ambriz D’Ortiz

August 14, 2018

Gracias a Jehova Dios y a mis abuelos, Agustín Segovia González “El Gachupin” y Guadalupe Esparza Mendoza por la vida de mi madre Enriqueta Segovia Esparza D’Ambriz. Comparto este recuerdo con toda nuestra familia y amistades.

jael ambriz antillon

August 13, 2018

la mejor herencia que una persona puede dejar es su conocimiento.
mi abuela me dejo una herencia invaluable de la cual me siento sumamente orgullosa y agradecida,
de ella herede el gusto por cocinar y sobretodo su sazón, tuve el privilegio de ser su alumna , de aprender tantas recetas y poder prepararlas para ella y que fueran de su agrado, por que mi abuela era de paladar exigente., así que darle gusto fue lo máximo.
como olvidar las enormes ollas que hervían en su estufa con riquísimos guisados que daban de comer a propios y extraños.
seguiré con esa tradición y siempre que cocine te recordare MI ABUELA QUETA.
gracias por todo lo que me enseñaste,que sin duda sera transmitido a generaciones futuras.

mario jeh ambriz antillon

August 13, 2018

lamentamos la perdida de nuestra querida abuela enriqueta,
hubiésemos querido tenerla mucho mas tiempo junto a nosotros y deseaba pudiera poder conocer y convivir con mi pequeña hija victoria ,su bisnieta, y mi esposa tania.
recuerdo siempre sus anécdotas que tanto me entretenían y los emparedados de mani y jalea que tanto le gustaba prepararme, la extrañare por siempre, hoy ya esta jugando con su pequeña bambina.
saludos hasta donde este.

Eunice Swanson

August 12, 2018

Picture was taken at Mount Madonna,Ca.
Penny, Grandma and me.

Eunice Swanson

August 12, 2018

Many are the memories I have of my gradma. Memories of 205 First St. in Hollister, where my grandma would take care of me, my sister and cousins. Also when I spent my summer vacation with her and my grandpa, when they lived in Hollister Hills. She always made sure" I", "we" were well taken care of. Even though she lived to serve others, her kids, grand kids, she gave us something much more valuable, because of her we got to know Jehovah God...I cant wait to see her again when all is new.

Maria Yolanda Ambriz

August 12, 2018

Recordando a ‘mama’ Enriqueta Quien hizo viaje especial a mi casa en Merida para conocerme antes de casarme con su hijo Fernando, para mi eso fue mucho valor porque senti que fui de su agrado y me demostró amor y confianza; ya integrada a su familia me hizo sentir como si fuera su propia hija lo que agradezco infinitamente. En mi corazón siempre estará presente y la recordare con mucho amor.