Funeraria del Angel Central

3839 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX


Natalia S. Quinonez

April 24, 1933November 29, 2019

Natalia S. Quinonez was born on April 24, 1933 and passed away on November 29, 2019 in El Paso, Texas.


  • Blanca Gallegos, Daughter
  • Sylvia Gallardo, Daughter
  • Juanita Gandara, Daughter
  • Jesus Edwardo Quinonez, Son
  • Juan Soto, Brother
  • Natalia S. Quinonez is also survived by her 11 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren to cherish her beloved memory.


  • Visitation Friday, December 6, 2019
  • Rosary Friday, December 6, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, December 7, 2019


Natalia S. Quinonez

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Aixa Ibañez

December 6, 2019

Wow....what can’t l say about this Lady. She was one of the most awesome woman that I could have met. As soon as you saw her she would put a smile on your face. I loved going to her home... she was always on party mode. Love that about her. Always happy, always down to earth...her love for music & dancing. I have missed this a Lady for a while now... but only God knows why he does things. She is in a better place now. Her memory will forever be in my heart. To the family, I have no words to console you, because there are none, but somehow God gives us the strength. Love always the Gallegos/ Ibañez fam. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Juanita Quinones Gandara

December 5, 2019

My beautiful Mamacita! Thank you for being my #1 cheerleader and supporter! Your sacrifices and belief in us achieving our dreams will forever remain ingrained in my heart and soul. Thank you for being the best momma a girl could have. Teaching us to be humble, kind and hardworking are my treasured gifts shared and modeled by you! I also take away your love of music/dancing while sharing your legacy left behind with the whole world! I promise to keep your memory alive thru Zoila the Zebra's journey! My comfort is now knowing that you are in heaven along with all your loved ones, especially my dad (Prudenciano Quinones)!

Blanca Gallegos

December 5, 2019

Mamma, I can’t even begin to put into words for everything you did for us. The mother that I became to be was greatly influenced by you. Up to your last day you taught me so much. I learned to be strong, kind and giving. I learned from watching your strength and energy in anything you did, at everything you did.
I will always share your unending willingness in helping me raise my little ones who are now strong, kind and giving mothers on their own right hopefully paying forwards the legacy that you raised me with.
Thank you mamma for teaching me love and dedication to ones’ family. I love and I’ll miss you, every single day like I still do my dad. Until I too take my last breath. Be with God now and be happy surrounded by those loved ones who went before you. I’ll see you soon enough!

Sylvia Gallardo

December 5, 2019

My Mom provided comfort, security, tranquility to my siblings and I after my father’s death at a very young age. She was a dedicated mother, grandmother, sister and a faithful friend to all who had the fortune of knowing her. I was proud to be her daughter and blessed to have her by my side throughout my lifetime. She was quiet, humble and very hard working to the end. Her strength and determination was unsurpassable! She was a great cook who was happy to feed anyone that was hungry. She loved Mexican music and dancing like there was no tomorrow. I will miss you mom, but I am happy knowing you are now in heaven with dad in god’s kingdom.