Juan Montoya Sagaribay

June 5, 1939February 14, 2021

Juan Montoya Sagaribay, age 81, of El Paso, Texas passed away on Sunday, February 14, 2021. Juan was born June 5, 1939.

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Eduardo Hinojos

February 27, 2021

On behalf of the Hinojos family, we send all of our love and deepest condolences to the Sagaribay family. Thank you Nino for all of your love and the great moments we shared. We will hold your memory always in our hearts.

Love always,
Eddie, Terry, Max and Santi.

Virginia Alvarez (Hinojos)

February 27, 2021

On behalf of the Alvarez family, we would like to offer our deepest condolences to the Sagaribay family. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time. Nino was a good man with a strong presence and he will be missed. Thank you for the laughs and the fun stories, Nino. RIP.

Love Always,

Cesar Hinojos

February 27, 2021

Sending condolences to my beloved cousins and Tia Emma. My fondest memories are visiting for Christmas with my family. Juan (Chester) would talk with my father about his childhood memories. He always spoke about his children in the highest regard. I will always remember him as a huge raiders fan. He loved poking fun to my mother over her team. May he Rest In Peace. Love you forever.

Rosa Hinojos

February 27, 2021

Sharing in your sadness as we remember "My Nino"
My Nino, was a fascinating gentleman. He always opened the doors, greeted people that he did not even know, made conversations, always gave that support that one needed to hear. When I lost my mom and dad, Nino was there for me and the family. He said "mija we all will leave this world but remember we will meet again. I will miss our laughs and jokes when my husband Lalo and I would visit. My Nino loved the RAIDERS , he would not allow anyone to bother him when they played. He made fun of my Redskins, and my husband who is a Dallas Cowboy. Unfortunately, all three teams are not very good, but they are our Teams. My Nino is in a safe place now, he is not suffering. My Nino will always be in our hearts, and be remembered
“Sending healing prayers, love, and hugs to the Sagaribay family.
We love you, Take Care, Stay Safe.
Rosa Duchene Hinojos