November 18, 1934 – May 19, 2020
Isabel Ponce, 85, passed away May 19, 2020. She is survived by her loving husband of 64 years John; children Cindy (Tom) Gutierrez, Debbie (Dave) Bray, Phillip (Bridget) Ponce, Kenny Ponce, and Felicia Ponce. She is also survived by her sister Julia Leyba, brother Joe Roldan, and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other family. She was preceded in death by her sons Manuel and Nathan. Isabel’s greatest treasure were her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She will be sadly missed. Due to restrictions set in place because of COVID-19, private family services will be held. The family would like to express their gratitude to Sangre de Cristo Hospice and InnoVage for their care of Isabel.
- Kenny Ponce, Honorary Pallbearer
- Phil Ponce, Honorary Pallbearer
- Sonny Ponce, Honorary Pallbearer
- P.J. Ponce, Honorary Pallbearer
- Rick Aguerre, Honorary Pallbearer
- Jesse Leyba, Honorary Pallbearer
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
May 27, 2020
My memory is going to your house to cut your hair! Always a beautiful woman inside and outside! I love you and will miss you!
Love Antoinette ✝️🌹❤️
May 26, 2020
Mom, no words can Express how MUCH I L♡VE you! You were the Wolds Greatest Mom to me/us and you were our rock & the heart of our home. I thank God for giving me such a beautiful, virtuous God fearing mom. I saw and heard you seek God for yourself and all of us! You taught me so many things and way to numerous to mention. Your memory will forever burn in my heart and I will continue to seek & serve God, just like you so one day we will see eachother again in Heaven! Enjoy being in the Presence of God in your new perfect body. I Love you mom and I will FOREVER miss you! Hugs & kisses! See you later mom! Mom we will take care of Dad! He misses you sososososo MUCH!!!!!😢💞💞💞💞
May 23, 2020
I love you Grandma you are an amazing women. You taught me everything in life, you and grandpa gave me a great life!!!
May 21, 2020
My grandma is the sweetest lady. Always smiling and happy to see us. I have a few favorite memories. One was when she called me on the phone to tell me she made menudo, we lived across the alley from her and I ran over there with my own bowl ready to eat. My other one was when she was trying to teach us grandkids how to make tamales. She raised her voice slightly because we were making a mess with everything.