Mary Lou Quijada

facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feather

Mary Lou Quijada passed away peacefully on Oct. 31, 2012. Mary Lou was born on Feb. 4, 1930 to Austin and Mary Buzan.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Ignacio Quijada. Mary Lou is survived by her children: Ramon (Lil) Quijada, Elaine (Benny) Rodriguez, Evelyn (Joe)Madrid, her grandchildren: Elija (JoAnn)Madrid, Sam Quijada, Candice Rodriguez, Ignacio Quijada and Adela Rodriguez, her great-grandchildren: Ramon “Tito” Chavez, Aubriana Rodriguez and Celina Rodriguez as well as sisters and many nieces and nephews.

Mary Lou was a kind and caring lady and touched the lives of many people. She retired from Gordon’s Market in Oracle where she was employed for many years. Her sense of humor brightened up the room.

She loved to travel, always finding a bingo hall or casino during her adventures. She will be missed terribly by all her family and friends.

Services for Mary Lou will be held at St. Helen’s Catholic Church in Oracle on Sat. Nov. 10, 2012 at 10 a.m. Family viewing will be at 8 a.m., with a Rosary at 9 a.m.

To comment on this article and others  visit the Copper Area News Facebook or send us an email at CBNSun@MinerSunBasin.com

admin (7655 Posts)


facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailby feather
facebooktwitterby feather

Comments are closed.

  • Stories Just Posted

    Southern Arizona Women’s Chorus Presents “A Girl’s Life” April 10 & 12

    14 hours ago
    by

    TUCSON, AZ – On April 10 and 12 the Southern Arizona Women’s Chorus will present “A Girl’s Life.” Songs in […]


    Pastor’s Corner

    14 hours ago
    by

    We read in John 14:23, “If anyone loves Me, he will obey My commands/teaching.” This is Jesus speaking clearly. He […]


    Workers Struggle in a Mining town

    March 25th, 2015
    by

    T T T he towns of Clifton and Morenci, Ariz. are located in Greenlee County. The Morenci Mining District in 1903 would become the site of labor unrest that would lead


    Kearny originally declared ‘hostile, uninhabitable’

    March 25th, 2015
    by

    Pinal Nugget Kearny’s roots began in the 1800s as legendary Arizona explorer Father Kino sought to convert the Apache Indian communities in the area to Christianity.


  • Stories Just For You

    Grover ‘G.C.’ Fairchild Jr.

    January 8th, 2014
    by

    Grover (G.C.) Fairchild, Jr., of San Manuel, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014. G.C. was born in Winnsboro, Louisiana, […]


    Abner Lavell Martin

    January 8th, 2014
    by

    Abner Lavell Martin, 89, passed away Dec. 8, 2013 at his home in Central, Arizona, surrounded by his loving family. […]


    Lola Wright McGovern (Cardell)

    January 8th, 2014
    by

    Lola Wright McGovern (Cardell) gave up this earthly life in the early morning of Jan. 1, 2014, after a brave […]


    Gary Smith

    January 8th, 2014
    by

    Memorial services for Gary Smith, 54, will be held at Griffith Mortuary Chapel in Kearny on Jan. 10, 2014 at […]


  • Facebook

  • [Advertisement.]
  • Arizona Headlines & Current Weather