OBITUARY

Patricia Isela Torres-Sanchez

September 25, 1972November 6, 2018
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Patricia I. Torres-Sanchez, age 46, passed away on November 06,2018 at T. Boone Pickins Hospice. Patricia was born in Parral, Chihuahua to Cecilio Ramos and Enriqueta Cano on September 25, 1972. Patricia worked as a Insurance Clerk at Gary's Used Cars. She enjoyed spending time with her children, Priscilla Aguilar, Adrain Aremendariz Jr. and her 5 grandchildren. She loved her 3 dogs Blue, Sky and Chico. In her free time, Patricia loved to travel with her husband Jose Torres and visit with family and friends. Patricia always enjoyed dancing and listening to music. Patricia was able to touch a lot of people with her love and kindness. We will forever miss her until our paths cross again.

-To live in hearts we leave behind is not die- Thomas Campbell

  • FAMILY

  • Jose M Torres-Sanchez, Husband
  • Priscilla Aguilar, Daughter
  • Adrian Armendariz Jr., Son
  • Luis Aguilar, Son-in-law
  • Cecilio Ramos, Father
  • Enriqueta Cano, Mother
  • Michael Cano, Grandson
  • Angelena Aguilar, Granddaughter
  • Isabella Cano, Granddaughter
  • Delilah Aguilar, Granddaughter
  • Ava Armendariz, Granddaughter
  • Elizabeth Rodriguez, Sister
  • Rachel Ramos, Sister
  • Yadira Molina, Sister
  • Jesus Ramos, Brother
  • Israel Ramos, Brother
  • Ericca Amaya, Best Friend
  • Scarlett Faith Alvarado, God-daughter/Grandchild
  • Felipe Antonio "Tony" Alvarado, Grandchild
  • Nahum Ramos, Nephew/Godson
  • Jesse Ramos, Nephew/Godson
  • Fur baby Sky, Dog
  • Fur baby Blue, Dog
  • Fur baby Chico, Dog

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, November 11, 2018
  • Rosary Service Sunday, November 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, November 11, 2018
REMEMBERING

Patricia Isela Torres-Sanchez

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Marylu Rosales

November 22, 2018

Even though we only had 2 years of knowing each other , we opened our hearts to each other and became really good friends . It all started at Garys Used Cars where she named me “la Nina” we sat next to each other and would share old good memories with each other . I remember one time I was telling her A story about my dad and we both started crying of laughter I couldn’t finish the story , then I got called to my managers desk and got introble for laughing. When I got back to my desk she asked “que te dijo mija” and I told her “ me dijo que Porque no tengo llamadas echas y le dije que porque estaba ablando con usted” and then she was like “ya me va a regañar ami también” and I was like “pues le dije que usted estaba multitasking” and she starts laughing again and tells me “ponte trucha Porq nos va estar viendo” . How can I forget that smile , I thank you god for giving me the opportunity to have met such an incredible person, &’d paty I thank you so much for everything you did . I know part of you is still here , but it’s been so hard to let go of someone so special like you . Part of me is so happy that your no longer suffering , but it’s just hard to let go . Iloveyouuu &’d mis you so so much , until we meet again.

Priscilla Aguilar

November 14, 2018

I have so many memories with my mama, but the one I've been thinking about most is when we would hang out at Bachman Lake. Almost every weekend we would go up there and hang out with her friends and listen to music. There's this one song that we would always sing together "Volver, volver" by Vicente Fernandez. We were referred to as the 'crazy mother and daughter duo.' Haha! I'm going to miss everything about her. Her smile, her laugh, the way she smelled, but mostly her beautiful loving heart. She was the best mom and the greatest grandma; she may have not been perfect to the world, but she was perfect to me. Until we meet again mama hermosa, te amo!!

Yadira Molina

November 13, 2018

My sister would plan the best birthday party's for her children. I have so many beautiful memories of my beautiful sister. However, my favorite memories of her, are of her dancing and smiling during these party's. She would dance and sing to Paquita once she had her few drinks. Watching that beautiful smile and hearing that infectious laughter she had, are some of the many things I miss about her.

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