Maria Andrea Ybarra
October 13, 1939 – February 21, 2021
Maria Andrea Ybarra, 81, went to be with her Lord and Savior on February 21, 2021. She was born on October 13, 1939 to Andres and Petra (Perez) Abilez of Junction, Texas. To all who knew her she was a loving, caring and giving woman who touched the lives of all who knew her. She married Isaias T. Ybarra on September 11, 1955 and together raised five loving children. She was totally devoted to her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren in all aspects of their lives, her family meant everything to her. She is preceded in death by her parents, Andres and Petra Abilez, & great granddaughter Lilah Jean Anderson. Survivors: Beloved husband of 66 years, Isaias T. Ybarra Sr., Children; Isaias Jr., Ben & Susie, Gary & Mary, Melba, and Phillip. Eleven Grandchildren; Brandi, Rocky, Joshua, Jonathan, Valentine, Anthony, Christopher, Michaela, James, Zeke & Mia. Seven Great grandchildren; Tristan, Mariah, Mia, Jameson, Jolee, Luke & Jackson. Brothers & sisters; Andy, Alicia, Oscar, Oneira, Leonard, Velia, Celia, Freddy and many nephews, nieces, and extended family.
Saturday, April 10, 2021
Maria Andrea Ybarra
Oscar John Abilez
April 10, 2021
Miss you Aunt Mary. I sure loved it when y’all would come down to Junction to visit and all us kids would play together. Great memories. Thank you for giving us that.
March 24, 2021
I miss you so much. You were the best grandma ,mother,wife , and friend. I think about you every single day. You lived your life putting all of us first . I can't believe you are gone. Forever though in my 💖 I love you.
March 11, 2021
I will miss my beautiful aunt!
She was totally devoted to her husband and children and demanded the best for all of them.
She always called me, Noemi.
Only my daddy called me that name, when I was in trouble!!!
When my uncle and aunt were young I admired them.
I thought they made such a beautiful couple.
They raised their family in the Lord.
Auntie, you had a long and happy life with Uncle Mingo, children and family members.
We will always have special memories to share with one another.
I prayed your in a better place with no more pain or tears and we hope to see each other again.
My sincere condolences to my wonderful uncle and family.
Love you all and seek the Lord for comfort, he knows about our pain.
Love you uncle and familia
Naomi (Mimi) Horton