OBITUARY

Connie Lucero Pesqueira

February 4, 1934June 24, 2020

Connie Lucero Pesqueira was born February 4th 1934 in Calexico, CA. Connie was the sixth of seven girls born to Jose Lucero Peloux and Mercedes Corazon Castro. Connie attended Calexico High School where she was very active in school activities. She was selected as Freshman Homecoming Princess in 1950 and later was voted senior Homecoming Queen. While in high school, Connie worked at the Aztec Theater where she met the love of her life, Ignacio (Nacho) Pesqueira. Nacho asked Connie to marry him while she was a senior in high school and they married in October after graduation in 1953.

Connie and Nacho started their family soon after and was blessed with their first child, Rosemarie. Connie and Nacho worked at the Reception Center in Imperial Valley for the Bracero program in the 50’s along with her sister Maggie and future brother in-law, Oscar. Connie and Nacho went on to have three more children, Michael, Freddy, and Connie Jr. Connie was a homemaker for several years until her children were older and then went to work for the Calexico school district as a teacher’s assistant until she retired in 1991.

Connie and Nacho moved to Mira Mesa where they bought a condo. They lived their dream and toured the U.S. for months at a time in their motorhome. They enjoyed their retirement together with family and friends for many years until her Viejito’s, (Nacho, as she lovingly referred to him), passing in 1997. In later years, Connie enjoyed going on many cruises with her family and traveling to the Mexican Riviera, Bahamas, Alaska and Hawaii with her sisters. If you went in a casino in San Diego, chances were good you would find Connie and her sister Maggie at their favorite machine.

Connie was special to all of us whose lives she touched. She was 86 when she went home to be with the Lord on June 24th 2020. She is preceded by her mother and father, her husband Nacho (mi Viejito), Sisters and brothers in-law’s; Vera (Chalo Reveles), Bertha (Rafael Rosas) Josephine (Hap Navarro) Grace (Al Uribe) Lucille (Frank Terrazas) (Oscar Pompa). Connie is survived by her children; Rosemarie (Aggie), Michael (Tillie) Freddy & Connie (Gerardo). Her grandchildren; Michael Jr, Julia, Christina, Mark-Anthony, Vanessa, Andrea and Natalie and great grandchildren, Leah, Lucas, Isaiah, Serena, Maya; sister Maggie along with many niece’s, nephew’s, friends, and their extended families.

Connie will be laid to rest beside her sweet Viejito at El Camino Memorial Park. The service will be a private service with immediate family attending due to Covid-19. Obituary lovingly submitted by sister Maggie and niece Margaret (Chila)

Connie Lucero Pesqueira Forever in our heart 1934-2020

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Maria Trapaga

July 8, 2020

My favorite memory of this lovely lady comes to mind how she always had lipstick on. She was very dear to me. Her big heart showed grace and kindness to everyone she knew. I pray that the road to her new life finds her free of pain. I pray that her family finds strength to know that there’s an angel in heaven blessing them. Rest In Peace Mrs. Pesqueira

Dorothy Jenkins

July 8, 2020

Rest peacefully sweet lady. It was my pleasure and honor to have been one of your caregivers.
Peace and blessings to your family and especially your daughters

Cindy Martinez

July 7, 2020

Our deepest condolences to the Pesqueira family. Your mom was a very sweet lady. She is happy with her viejito now. R.I.P. Mrs. P

Bobby & Lupita Pesqueira

July 3, 2020

To our beautiful Connie,

You were beautiful inside and out. Lots of wonderful memories. You and Nacho set a great example as a loving couple.

You will be missed.

Love you so much,
Bobby & Lupita

Beatriz Gonzalez (ex Pesqueira)

July 3, 2020

Nuestro más sentido pésame a la familia Pesqueira . David y yo ,compartimos su dolor y estamos con ustedes ,en estos momentos tan difíciles . De Connie,solo tengo los más hermosos recuerdos, cómo no recordarla pues esa pareja tan bonita que formaban ella y su viejito nacho ,fueron partícipes de uno de los momentos mas importantes de mi vida ,mi boda !!! Connie y su viejito Nacho ,fueron mis padrinos ,en ese día tan especial ❤️Muchos recuerdos compartidos Como festejos familiares ,cumpleaños,,días de madres ,navidades .... wow bonitos recuerdos que siempre quedarán en mi corazón 💖 gracias 🙏 a dios por darme el privilegio de conocer a una mujer tan maravillosa ,como lo fue Connie 💕Connie ,gracias 🙏 por todo lo bueno que recibí de ti ,en paz descanses y nunca te olvidare ❤️😘😘😘

Claudia Chavez

June 30, 2020

My dear Aunt Connie, now you are with my Uncle Nacho, may you rest in peace. Thank you and Uncle Nacho for having my parents, Jerry and Alex meet! What a story!
You will be missed. We shall meet again. Love you....

Veronica Jimenez

June 30, 2020

My heart aches for the family of this wonderful woman. She was a gift to all who met her and knew her with her warm, beautiful smile and sweet nature. Rosemarie, know you have your Jimenez family with you and know that my mother, Blanca, cared for Connie deeply. She is undoubtedly one of the many angels welcoming your mother to Heaven.
Love, Veronica

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY