Funeraria del Angel Kammann

795 West 28th Street, Yuma, AZ


Consuelo F. Siqueiros

February 7, 1960May 8, 2020

Consuelo F. Siqueiros was born on February 7, 1960, to Roberto and Carolina Siqueiros. Consuelo passed away at home surrounded by her loved ones on May 8, 2020, after a fierce two-year battle with multiple myeloma, a bone marrow cancer.

Consuelo lived her entire life in Yuma, Arizona, where she attended Alice Byrne Elementary School, Woodard Jr. High School, and Kofa High School. Soon after graduation in 1978, Consuelo obtained employment at the Yuma Proving Ground, and later at the Bureau of Land Management, and the Valley Health Center in Somerton; however, she dedicated the greater part of her career to the U.S. Border Patrol where she worked for 32 years. One of the highlights of her Border Patrol career was personally meeting then President George W. Bush. Consuelo also worked as a secretary for St. Francis of Assisi Church and volunteered as a catechist for many years.

Consuelo is survived by her two beloved dogs, Esme and Tori, and sisters, Mercedes (Jose) Reyes and Elizabeth (Glenn) Dahin, both of Yuma, and her brother, Alberto (Jacqueline) Siqueiros of Tucson. She is also survived by 10 nieces and nephews: Mercy (Michael) Ammerlaan, Sarah (Chris) Jongeward, Katie Reyes, Robert Siqueiros, Albert Siqueiros, Jack Siqueiros, Brent Siqueiros, Samantha Dahin, Alexandra Dahin, and Cassandra Dahin; and six grand nieces and nephews: Caroline Ammerlaan, Benjamin Ammerlaan, Ada Jongeward, Lulu Jongeward, Mac Axl Jongeward, and Quinn Siqueiros. She adored her nieces and nephews and enjoyed watching them grow and pursue their passions. The family extends a special thanks to cousin Maria “Conchita” Flores, who accompanied Consuelo for several weeks to the Mayo Clinic for a stem cell transplant. Consuelo also regarded two generations of U.S. Border Patrol agents and staff as part of her extended family.

Consuelo touched many lives and hearts, and was known throughout the community as someone who was greatly loved, and who loved and cared for others in return. She always went the extra mile to help not only those she loved, but anyone who needed it. She was a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. She will be sorely missed.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, services on Friday, May 15, 2020, will be *private; however, the rosary, mass, and graveside service will be live-streamed:

Private Viewing: 8:30 am - Funeraria del Angel Kammann

Private Rosary: 9:00 am - Funeraria del Angel Kammann, Hector Martinez reciting - live-streamed on Connie Siqueiros Facebook page for public viewing

Private Mass: 10:00 am - St. Francis of Assisi, Father Emilio officiating - live-streamed on St. Francis Facebook page for public viewing

*Public procession: 10:45 am - from St. Francis of Assisi to Desert Lawn Cemetery - friends and family are invited to follow procession

Private Graveside Service: 11:00 am - public viewing from vehicle permitted - live-streamed on Connie Siqueiros Facebook page for public viewing

Celebration of Life to be held at a later date.


  • Roberto Siqueiros, Father
  • Carolina Siqueiros, Mother
  • Mercedes Reyes (Jose Reyes), Sister
  • Elizabeth Dahin (Glenn Dahin), Sister
  • Alberto Siqueiros (Jacqueline Siqueiros), Brother
  • Mercy Ammerlaan (Michael Ammerlaan), Niece
  • Sarah Jongeward (Chris Jongeward), Niece
  • Katie Reyes, Niece
  • Robert Siqueiros, Nephew
  • Albert Siqueiros, Nephew
  • Jack Siqueiros, Nephew
  • Brent Siqueiros, Nephew
  • Samantha Dahin, Niece
  • Alexandra Dahin, Niece
  • Cassandra Dahin, Niece
  • Caroline Ammerlaan, Grand Niece
  • Benjamin Ammerlaan, Grand Nephew
  • Ada Jongeward, Grand Niece
  • Lulu Jongeward, Grand Niece
  • Mac Axl Jongeward, Grand Nephew
  • Quinn Siqueiros, Grand Niece

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  • Private Viewing

    Friday, May 15, 2020

  • Recitation of the Holy Rosary

    Friday, May 15, 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    Friday, May 15, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, May 15, 2020


Consuelo F. Siqueiros

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Emilio Flores Anistro

May 15, 2020

Siempre de niños estábamos esperando ir a Yuma a casa de mis tías Consuelito y Carolina, las extraño mucho. Siempre nos recibieron con mucho amor a mis padres y a mis hermanos. Las extrañamos y siempre estarán en nuestros corazones.

Cristina Casares Herrera

May 15, 2020

Our deepest condolences to the family on the passing of Connie. We always had high respect for her and her mother Tia Carolina who was a first cousin to my grandfather through the Flores family tree. We would talk periodically after Connie retired. Never did she express her own suffering through her battle with cancer. Instead expressed love and mercy for others. She is resting now and united with her parents.

Melissa Browon

May 15, 2020

Sending my deepest condolence to the family. Connie had a heart of gold. She was always willing to share her knowledge with others. She taught me so much. I could always count on Connie for guidance. Rest in heaven my dear friend Connie.

Martha Terraza

May 15, 2020

May the lord provide your family with solace in their moment of sorrow. You showed dignity and grace. I will miss you more than words can say. It was a privilege that you called me friend and we were sisters in spirit. May holy Mary, the angels and all the saints welcome you now that you have gone forth from this life.

Elizabeth Bryant

May 14, 2020

Connie and I have been friends since 1986, she was sweet , kind, and helpful to everyone. We went on details together. We always enjoyed going on detail. She always had a smile and kind words to say about everyone she met. Connie you have gone to be with your mom and dad, although we will missed you but we all know there will be no more pain and suffering. Rest in piece my dear friend until we meet again. My memories of you I will cherish forever. RIP

Deborah Lamaestra

May 14, 2020

I first met Connie through work. She was a mentor and dear friend. We would occasionally go to lunch after she retired. We would go to the Asian Star and she would always order the same thing and we would laugh a lot. All who knew her will remember her as a gentle soul who was a sister or mother to them. I will miss this special Lady.

Brenda and James McNeill

May 14, 2020

We met Connie years ago, we are neighbors of her sister Elizabeth. Connie was such a sweet and loving person. She reminded me of my sister back East. She was like family. We were saddened to hear of her passing, but I get solace in knowing that she is no longer suffering. She will be missed. We send our condolences and prayers to her family. May the Lord comfort your hearts.

Robert Argento

May 14, 2020

My entire family wishes to extend our condolences to Connie's family. She was like a little sister to me and an auntie to my kids. She babysat them on numerous occasions so Rose and I could get away for the weekend. When I was APAIC our offices shared a common wall. Sometimes things could get heated in my office and then the phone would ring and it would be Connie asking me if everything was ok. She would go home for lunch every and before she left she always asked if I wanted lunch. She always took care of everyone else and never asked for anything. We love her and she will be missed but never forgotten.

Lori Brubaker

May 14, 2020

I knew Connie from work at the Border Patrol. She was always so kind to me. I missed her when she retired. Such a loving soul. God Bless her family during this time.

John and Cyndi McCurley

May 14, 2020

Consuelo was an amazing woman. She was an angel to many. She will be missed here on earth, but she made it to heaven for Mother’s Day! I’m sure her mom and dad are rejoicing at her arrival. Rest in Peace our loving friend.

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