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OBITUARY

Yolanda Ayala

September 5, 1959May 10, 2020

Yolanda Ayala, 60, of Gering, passed away at home on Sunday, May 10, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. Cremation has taken place with burial to be held at a later time. Online condolences may be left at www.dugankramer.com

Yolanda was born September 5, 1959 at McAllen, Texas to Fabian and Patricia Gutierrez.

Yolanda liked to play bingo, cook (especially for your children), and loved her dogs.

Yolanda is survived by her husband Raul Ayala; children: Carenna (Joel) Torres, Raul (Lupita) Ayala, Jr, Mariana Ayala, Luis F. Ayala, Yesenia Ayala (Francisco Ramirez), and James Billingsley; siblings: Sylivia Gutierrez, Juan Gutierrez, and Lencho Gutierrez; grandchildren: D'Marco, Adrik, Kason, Joel, Omar, Nayelli, Yezuri, Anaie, Raul, Andres, Mariana, Tzatzi Lorenzo, Sueeva, Fabian, Edgar, Rubi, and Emilio.

Yolanda was preceded in death by her parents and sister Esperanza Perales.

Rest in peace Mommy.

  • FAMILY

  • Raul Ayala, Husband
  • Carenna (Joel) Torres, Daughter
  • Raul (Lupita) Ayala, Jr, Son
  • Mariana Ayala, Daughter
  • Luis F. Ayala, Son
  • Yesenia Ayala (Francisco Ramirez), Daughter
  • James Billingsley, Son
  • Fabian Gutierrez, Father (deceased)
  • Patricia Gutierrez, Mother (deceased)
  • Esperanza Perales, Sister (deceased)
  • Sylivia Gutierrez, Sister
  • Juan Gutierrez, Brother
  • Lencho Gutierrez, Brother
  • D'Marco, Adrik, Kason, Joel, Omar, Yezuir, Anaie, Raul, Adres, Mariana, Tzatzi, Lorenzo, Sueeva, Fabian, Edgar, Rubi, Emilio, Grandchildren

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Dominica Ayala

May 12, 2020

May you Rest In Peace! Your children are the perfect example of what a beautiful seed you planted! May they never forget the strong woman you are and the fighter you were till the end. Yes. We will all meet on the other side. Rest assured your children will never forget the strong mom that made them who they are today. God Bless you.

Martha Perez Rubio

May 12, 2020

Yoli, you were my first friend I made when we moved to Nebraska in 1990. Both our families became real close friends and I will never forget all the amazing times we all spent together, working beet fields, shoveling ditches, playing cards, your favorite(coquean) Loteria, bingo, grilling, and the rest of us drinking. So many amazing memories that I will never forget. I was so happy & blessed to see you last year. I love you mi amiga por siempre. God has gained another angel. Fly high hermosa.and R.I.P🙏

Larry Hart

May 11, 2020

It was so good to know you l like seeing you at bingo you are totally awesome person you will be missed but one thing now you are in a better place and have no more pain I will pray for your family God bless you

Raul Ayala

May 11, 2020

Well mom we finally came to an end after a long journey of a fight. You are one of the strongest woman I’ve ever known. I just want to thank you for the best memories of life you gave me. Will the memories inside my heart live forever until we meet again. Love you always and forever momma.

Carenna Torres

May 11, 2020

Carenna Torres

May 11, 2020

Carenna Torres

May 11, 2020

Carenna Torres

May 11, 2020

Love you momma. Thank you for being the best mom. You were an amazing person. Now you can rest.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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