Rafaela Abrajan Nevarez

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Rafaela Abrajan Nevarez

  Rafaela Abrajan Nevarez, 84, of Dudleyville, AZ, was called to heaven Oct. 12, 2020.

  She was a devoted mother, grandmother. She truly enjoyed her family, friends, grandchildren, crochet, knitting, and telling stories. Her favorite trips were to go visit her children in different states of U.S.A and Mexico but her truly passion trips were of casinos, and she also enjoyed scratching lottery bingo tickets.

  She was born in San Ignacio, Sinaloa, MX. on Oct. 24, 1935 to Guadalupe Abrajan and Isabel Nevarez. Widowed of Angel Arias.

 She is survived by her nine children, Raquel Hong (Mario Hong), Rafaela (Mica) Arias-Abrajan de Ramirez (Jose Ramirez), Angela Arias-Abrajan, Beatriz Arias-Abrajan, Juan Luis Arias-Abrajan, Fernando Arias-Abrajan, Guadalupe Arias De Del Valle (Sabino Del Valle), Alma Rosa Arias de Vargas (Enrique Vargas) and Virginia Isabel (Bebe) Arias-Abrajan.   She is also survived by her 35 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchildren. She will be truly missed.

  Services for Rafeala were held Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 at Griffith Mortuary.

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