Sanjuana Ochoa

 

Sanjuana Ochoa

March 8, 1972 – December 19,2021

 

 

 

 

Our Angel has been called home, Sanjuana Ochoa was born March 8th in 1972. She passed away December 19th 2021, she was 49. Sanjuana leaves her husband Roberto, and her two daughters Daisy and Danneisy. Sanjuana or Juany as many people knew her by, she was a strong woman with a big heart.  She worked for the gas company for 22 years and was loved by everyone. Anyone who knew her loved her, she was a woman with a big heart and strong head on her shoulders. She loved to read, Crochet, and spend time with her family. To anyone who was lucky to meet her, just know that she loved you and cherished your friendship/companionship. Just know we all will see her again someday.

To Mommy,

Mommy you were our world, knowing that you won’t be here to celebrate birthdays and holidays breaks our hearts. Just know we will be ok. As a family we promise to take care of one another. Just know what you taught us in life will be put to good use. We will never forget you mommy and we love you. There is so much we wish we could say to you but we know you’ll always be with us. We cherished every moment with you. This isn’t goodbye, it’s a see you later. Until we meet again. Fly high our Angel.

Love,

Daisy, Danneisy, and Roberto

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  • Sanjuana you were a joy to work with at SWG. Always funny, always outspoken, and an all around good spirit. You are definitely missed. My heartfelt prayers and condolences go to Roberto, Daisy, and Danneisy. God bless you during this difficult time.

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  • Myra Rodriguez-Lainez
    December 30, 2021 10:01 pm

    Juanis,
    We miss you very much!! I know God called you to be by his side and you couldn’t stay any longer even though we needed and wanted you here with us. Vamos a cuidar de Daisy, Danneisy ,y tio Roberto. Descansa en paz . Y no es un Adios si no hasta pronto.

    Always in our hearts & prayers!
    Love,
    Your comadre Mayra

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    • Vuela alto amiga, un día nos volveremos a encontrar, dejas un gran vacío en los corazones de los que te tuvimos la fortuna de conocerte, descansa en paz.

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  • Michelle Holden
    January 2, 2022 9:10 pm

    Sanjuana, you are missed so much, We spent many lunch hours together at SWG, laughing and just talking about every day things. You often spoke of your beloved girls and husband. Several of us asked you to teach us some words in Spanish and you didn’t disappoint. Praying for Roberto, Daisy and Danneisy. I still cannot believe that you’re gone. My heart goes out to your family. Rest In Peace my sweet friend.

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  • Lee Anne Bylund
    January 5, 2022 6:43 am

    Juany,
    As I called you. I really enjoyed our talks.
    Your love of reading amazing, you read everything. We talked about everything, cooking, kids, our life goals and dreams. We share stories of our childhood. What we wanted for our children. It was nice when we belonged to the same parish and talked about Father’s sermons. My heart aches for you husband and daughters.i know you are watching over them still, like a guardian angel. Please know that as part of my work family and church family, I will miss you.very much. I look forward to seeing you again. I know you are at peace and share the eternal love and joy as promised.
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