OBITUARY

Enriqueta Robledo

October 27, 1931June 24, 2020

Enriqueta was born October 27, 1931 in Monterrey, Mexico to Serapio and Rosaura Martinez, went to be with our Lord Wednesday, June 24, 2020.

Enriqueta is survived by; son Leobardo Robledo (Leo), Jr., daughter Carmen Trevino and spouse Angel; son Arnold Robledo and spouse Becky, daughter Nellie Gonzalez and spouse Joe, and 12 grandchildren: and 14 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ForestParkLawndaleFH.com for the Robledo family. Due to the current COVID 19, service will be virtual on Forest Park Lawndale facebook page.

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Salina Ayala

July 1, 2020

You and your family are in my heart Alex. My condolences on the passing of your grandmother, I pray that God will grant you strength and the soul of your grandmother be at peace with our Heavenly Father.
We love you!

Love always,
Jerm, Nina, Olivia, & Max

Pablo Robledo

July 1, 2020

Abuela was just an amazing women. Still kinda rough hearing this, but i know she is in a better place.
To me abuela was amazing for me, she showed me everything as kid, to when going over there every morning at 4am in the summer and I knew going over there she always had a surprise for me it either was a life lesson or a $1 dollar toy she would buy me from the stores that she loved going to. And by the way she loved to shop.
And I’m also glad she had the chance to watch her grandsons play the sport she loved and it was baseball. I will for surely miss the times from going over there after a game and she would always ask me “how did I do?” and would make the best bean tacos after a game that cheered me up.

As I grew up and got older into high school there was always one question she would ask me everytime I see her and it was “ ¿tienes tu novia?” and I would tell her “no Wella” because she didn’t want us having no girlfriends and she would have the biggest smile from just hearing that.
But i know she will be watching down and I’m gonna keep the promise I told her and to make it in baseball because I know she would love to see that.
But abuela I will see you soon,
from your grandson Pablo

Maria Luisa Vasquez

July 1, 2020

Our deepest heartfelt sympathy to all of you. The Vasquez family has many great memories of the many parties, get-togethers, and Sunday visits we enjoyed for so many years. Nena and all of you are was very special to us. We have many bonds. You were one of the first families we looked for when we moved here from California. I share a birthday with your mom. Your dad and my dad also shared a birthday. I’ll never forget the birthday cakes that your dad would bake for your mom and me. I remember your mom being happy and dressed up. She always wore make up, had her nails painted, wore rings and earrings. I always enjoyed talking to her. I will always remember her. We are praying for Carmen’s complete health and for the rest of the family. May the memories of your mom help to console your hearts.

Adolfo Vasquez

July 1, 2020

My fondest memory of Nena is her love for family and enthusiastic spirit. Every time that I saw her she was full of life and so happy to see loved ones. I loved her joking and challenging personality never forgetting that I promised to visit her one day. I miss your mom and your abuelita, she brought much joy to our family. I remember finding out as a teenager that this lady that drove a cool red station wagon was from the same small village in Mexico that my mom and dad were from and that her family still lived in Carrizos, Hidalgo, Tamaulipas, Mexico...what a feeling! Leo and Nena accomplished much in this life and I will carry a piece of their lives with me for the rest of mine. I guess that is why the Vasquez love the Robledos so much, our shared experiences and history and the bond that was formed by two couples from Mexico trying to make it in the big city of Houston. May eternal light shine upon Nena and all of our dearly departed. May Leobardo and Fermin rest in peace.

Rev. Nick Ferrantino

June 29, 2020

I have had the honor of meeting Mrs. Robledo , and knowing her for just the past few years thru her daughter Nellie and her husband Joe, to see that she has been taken from us from this terrible World Health Crisis Covid-19 for me it adds to the sadness I feel along with her family to know she suffers no more and they should know they do not morn alone. She had other illnesses but was living as best she could only to be added to the list of over 120,000 thousand others who have lost their lives to this plague. I would like all her family to see that she had affected so many people with her zest and love of life and her piousness. I will truly miss her. May heaven’s gate swing wide open as she has earned her place to be there and may her family all be blessed with good health and if ill recover from this and join in celebrating her life and the good memories we have of her.

Alex Trevino

June 28, 2020

Buela,

I love you very much “te quiero mucho.” The memories of you I’ll treasure forever and every moment I had with you. I wish you were still here with us the sadness is heartbreaking but we know that you’re at peace with Buelo. We will miss your hugs, kisses and your talking back and also the little things you have done for us. This is not a good bye it’s until we meet again.

Love your,

Grandson Alex

Antonio Grenier

June 28, 2020

I don't even know where to begin. Abuela was and always will be my favorite person in the entire world. Everything I have is because of her. She taught me the beauty of family and that nothing should ever be more important. She sacrificed everything so that her kids and grandkids would have the opportunities we are accustomed to having today. She may have gone above and beyond sometimes when laying down the rules, but it was just to make sure us kids, being raised in the American society, understood where we came from, and carried on a piece of our actual Mexican culture so it wouldn't be forgotten. I hope to wake up every morning and thank Abuela for all she has done for us. I'll commit my life to making sure her sacrifices were well worth it.