February 7, 1935 – September 29, 2019
Rosemarie Anaya, age 84, passed away September 29, 2019. She was born February 7, 1935 in Walsenburg, Colorado. Rosemarie was known as "Nana" to most. She is survived by her children: Richard Trujillo, Lloyd Trujillo, Karen Quintana, Geri Ondrasek and Jim Anaya; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren and her siblings: Sally Trujillo, Lloyd Trujillo and Viola Ortega. Rosemarie was preceded in death by her husband Victor Anaya and her siblings Francis Duran, Mary Archuleta, Mike Trujillo, Bob Trujillo, Lucille Rodriguez and Bea Vetter.
- Rosary Service Monday, October 7, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, October 7, 2019
- Committal Service Monday, October 7, 2019
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October 6, 2019
Geri and family,
No words can adequately express how deeply saddened I was to hear of your Mom’s Passing.
My heart, thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
One special memory of your Mom that will forever be in my heart is when she, you & I met & hung out at Sambuca jazz bar in Houston for dinner, drinks & Jazz..so much fun....enjoyed meeting her ...she was such a sweet Blessing.
May the healing gifts of time and timeless love of God carry you and family gently through the loss you are feeling now. God knows our hearts and always walks with us at the perfect pace of his comforting grace. I pray you will feel His tender, loving care as your heart finds His path to healing and peace. May She Rest In Peace with your Dad.
Much Love always,
Beverly Harris (JazzyB)
October 2, 2019
When I first met You and Papa back in 1978 little did I know that You would become so important in my life. I want to thank you for all the times we as a Family had together and want you to know that Geri and I will always be here to help and maintain the Family. Please say hello to Papa, my Mom, my Dad, and my Brother. You will be missed Dearly........
October 2, 2019
Oh mom, where do I start? I knew this day would come but I just cannot get my head around the fact that I will no longer be able to see you, touch you, call you or smell you. My life is not going to be the same. You have taught me so very much, more than you will ever know. We always butted heads and I believe because we were so much alike. I love hard, just like you, I'm always trying to make sure that I buy the perfect gift, just like you, if I need to prepare a meal and it appears like there is no food, I magically put something together, just like you. I hope I have made you proud and have fulfilled all of my duties as a daughter, my heart will be empty knowing that I will not hear you calling my name. I love you mom, you always did your best to make sure we were provided for. Now it is your time to soar with the angels, dance with no pain and reunite with all of your loved ones, especially dad. You have left a huge hole in my heart. I love you mom, until we meet again.....