Funeraria del Angel Central

3839 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX


Irene Landeros

February 26, 1950July 27, 2020

Irene Landeros, 70, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend went home to be with our Lord on Monday, July 27, 2020. Irene was born February 26, 1950 in El Paso, TX. She was a 1969 graduate of Thomas Jefferson High. Irene worked 25 years at the old Farah Textile Manufacturing Co., then moved to retire after another 27 years from Thomason Hospital/UMC. Irene cherished her friends as family and warmed all our hearts with her infectious smile. Irene was the patriarch of her family and never let anyone get out of helping make tamales every Christmas. She loved to carry on traditions which made every holiday special. My Mom, Irene Landeros, was truly an Angel sent from Heaven. Writing this is surreal. Anyone who knew her knows how big her heart was and how much she filled our lives with joy. My Mom was the strongest woman I knew and fought till her last breath because she didn’t want to leave her family behind. She loved her sisters, Margie and Cookie unconditionally, her brother Carlos and wife Angie and her nephews Charlie and Nicholas, niece Corina, and her brother-in-law Ramon. But the true love of her life was her grandson Aaron. Aaron blew us all out of the water and stole her heart. So let’s not say goodbye to my Mom, let’s say Thank you! Thank you Irene Landeros for your beauty, your laughter, your light and your love. Everyone you touched throughout our beautiful life here on earth. Thank You. I thank you and love you. Visitation will be held from 9:00-10:00am, with Rosary at 10:00am, Friday, July 31, at Funeraria Del Angel Central, 3839 Montana. The family invites you to watch the service livestream through Facebook on the Funeraria Del Angel Central page. Graveside service will be 11:30am Friday at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Due to current Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, services will be limited.


  • Natividad P. Ybarra, Father (deceased)
  • Estefana Garcia, Mother (deceased)
  • Manuel Landeros, Husband (deceased)
  • Melissa S. Ybarra, Daughter
  • Carlos Ybarra (Angie), Brother
  • Margarita Villalobos, Sister
  • Evangelina Teran, Sister
  • Ernesto "Ernie" Villalobos, Nephew (deceased)
  • Charlie Ybarra, Nephew
  • Nick N. Ybarra, Nephew
  • Corina Ybarra, Niece
  • She is also survived by her brother-in-law Ramon, extended family and friends.


  • Visitation

    Friday, July 31, 2020

  • Rosary

    Friday, July 31, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Irene Landeros

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Julie Caldera

July 29, 2020

No words can express how thankful I am for your guidance at work, your friendship and always willing to hear me vent. You are truly a gem I will never forget, a new beautiful angel heaven has opened its golden gates. May you Rest In Peace Irene,

My sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family. May our Lord embrace you All in this difficult time, watch over you and keep you close. With much love and Gods grace.

Linda Ruiz

July 29, 2020

Irene was a very dear friend and coworker! I loved her! She was always cheerful and happy with a willingness to help everyone ...she was very efficient and was kind to the patients she would register...we met in the ER ...I could always rely on her to get the patients registered promptly...she had a great sense of humor....thank you Irene for bringing joy to the people around you!

Rosa Villaseñor

July 29, 2020

We worked together at UMC, Thomason Hospital, such a great lady. We shared laughs and tears. I will never forget her, we kept in touch through messenger and this is how I found out of her passing. Shared stories of being Jefferson exes, even though she graduated before me. I am so sorry that she is gone. My deepest sympathy goes out to all her family whom she loved so dearly especially her daughter. May our Lord Jesus Christ give you all the strength and peace during this difficult moment. May our Lord Jesus Christ embrace her in his loving arms and Mother Mary too.

Peace be with all of you.

Angelica Hernandez

July 28, 2020

My deepest sympathy to her Daughter Melissa, sisters, brother, nephews, niece and sister in law. May God grant you all serenity and acceptance, to accept his will. She has became a beautiful Angel from heaven, spred your wings NENE fly high and watch over your loved ones. You will be for ever in our hearts......... RIP.