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Martin Funeral Home

128 North Resler Drive, El Paso, TX

OBITUARY

Renée Cécile Sangiano

February 18, 1936January 9, 2020
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Renée Cécile Sangiano passed away peacefully on Wednesday 1/9/2020 at the age of 83 after a brief illness. Renée was born in Beausoleil, France in 1936. After working as a colorist for Edmond Vairel, one of France’s leading pochoir artists, from 1952-1956 she moved to the United States in 1959. Residing in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois and Hawaii, Renée settled in El Paso, Texas in 1969 where she lived the rest of her life.

Renée loved to draw, knit and enjoyed meeting and talking with her children’s friends. In spite of challenging health conditions, Renée was always positive - never uttering disappointment, regret or a negative thought about anything or anyone. She embodied the true definition of kindness and gentleness. Renée is survived by her son Patrick, with whom she resided, daughters Martine (Mark) Myronowicz, Monique (Haru) Sugimoto, sister Marie-Claude Petit, grandchildren Elizabeth, William, Katherine and Amelie Leahey and Madeleine and Matthew Myronowicz, nephews William and Frederic Petit, caregiver Lilly Rodriguez, and her extended family, Carmen and Oscar Zepeta.

A gathering and remembrance will be held Friday, 1/24 at Martin Funeral Home West (128 North Resler) from 10:30am-12:00pm. Burial will follow at Memory Gardens of the Valley (4900 McNutt Rd.), Santa Teresa, NM.

For those who wish, in lieu of flowers, Renée’s family would appreciate donations to the National Alliance on Mental Health (www.nami.org) or to another charity of your choice. Services entrusted to Martin Funeral Home West www.martinfuneralhomewest.com.

Services

24 January

Gathering

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Martin Funeral Home

Stateroom

128 North Resler Drive
El Paso, TX 79912

24 January

Graveside Service

12:30 pm

Memory Gardens of the Valley

4900 McNutt Rd.
Santa Teresa, NM 88008

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Carmen & Oscar Zepeda

January 20, 2020

With all our hearts we wish for the family to have peace. We are with you. It was a pleasure having her in our home and taking care of her. We loved the stories she would tell us about her country and learning of her culture. We enjoyed sharing our lives with her as well. On behalf of myself, Oscar, Corina, Corinita, Otilia, Annette, Miguel, and Albert. We will miss her and remember her forever.

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