Vivian C. Molina

March 9, 1957January 8, 2021

Vivian C. Molina was born on March 9, 1957 and passed away on January 8, 2021 and is under the care of Hillcrest Funeral Home.

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Vivian C. Molina

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Katherine McDonaugh

January 21, 2021

Vivian, you left us so quickly I will never adjust. Every time my heart hurts I think to call you for help forgetting you’re not here anymore. You are always on my mind and will forever be in my heart. Such a good spirit you were, it’s no wonder the Lord called you home.


January 21, 2021

Vivian Corona Molina, 63, passed away on Friday, January 8, 2021 in El Paso, TX from the effects of COVID. She is preceded in death by her daughter Jennifer E Molina; mother, Elisa J (Alice) Corona; and father, Arturo Corona. She is survived by her husband, Ernest Molina; Son, Jonathan Molina; grandson, Josiah A Molina; Sister, Katherine Corona Mc Donaugh; Brother, Stephen Corona. Nephew, David Terrazas; Niece and Goddaughter, Lisa Moore, William Moore; Grandnephew, Nathan Moore; Grandniece, Paige Moore.
Vivian was born in El Paso, TX on March 9, 1957. She was kind but firm, knowledgeable, compassionate, and deeply spiritual. She had an infectious laugh. A graduate of Ysleta High School (‘75), she played in the band. She was also a graduate of the UTEP Nursing Program, and positively impacted many lives across her 42-year career as a respected nurse. She was a devoted parent, particularly with the special needs of her daughter, who suffered from a life-long mitochondrial disease. She loved dogs and was an advocate for pet adoption. We will miss her terribly with every day that passes, and her son Jon is raising his own son with all she taught him. With the Lord’s blessing, R.I.P Vivian C Molina; A TRUE NURSE IN HEART, MIND, AND SOUL.

Claudia Linan

January 18, 2021

Vivían and I were classmates in nursing school. I have the fondest memories of us being so stressed and anxious together. We didn’t know what we were doing, but I’m the end we did it!
She made nursing school memorable and manageable.
I was deeply saddened to hear of her passing...she will live in my memory for as long as I do.
Rest In Peace fellow nurse,