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Amada Aguirre

September 13, 1925 — February 3, 2021

Weslaco- Amada "Tia May"Aguirre: May lived a beautiful life filled with love for family and close friends. Living with her sisters at home was a treasure for her. The Sisterly love they encompassed would be the perfect example of how God would want us to live. The love and care provided to May in her last months of illness is the same love and care she gave to her family and what a beautiful example of being A Godly Woman. She will be missed. A woman of great love, courage and never-ending compassion expressed up to her last days. In her younger years, May was a loving and hardworking lady who took pride in producing perfection when working in Michigan and when employed at Dickie’s years ago. She was known to have made beautiful clothing and special dresses for special occasions for family. She was a classy lady who always demanded one make the very best of whatever one owned. She was humble but always sought to make life better not only for herself but her loved ones. She loved and encouraged all of her nieces and nephews and they loved and appreciated her so much. She was one who attended all their weddings, baby or bridal showers, graduation parties, baptisms, first communions, birthday parties, and visiting even in times of illness. Most recently the family gave her a wonderful birthday party which was held at an event center attended by many of her nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, and nephews, and close friends and family. She cherished quality family time and nothing brought her more joy than celebrating with family. So strong was her love for family that nothing would keep her from staying in touch, even though this pandemic she managed to communicate through Facebook. Oftentimes she would fill us in and shared what family was up to from posts she saw and loved! Nothing was impossible for May. She always found a way to manage and she was great at it! She always welcomed you into her home ready to serve you a cup of coffee or a cold drink, snacks, and oftentimes a meal. Her smile and loving spirit was impactful and will always remain in our hearts. She has many special qualities, but one that was always evident was her honesty. When you carried a conversation with her she was open and direct often leading one to pursue greater visions in our lives for the betterment of our future. That’s who she was loving, loyal, giving, respectful, and always wanting the best for you.
May was a devout Catholic. Having been a Parishioner of San Martin de Porres Catholic Church all her life, she never missed attending Mass. Her faith in God was strong and she always believed that HE could get us through any hardships in our lives. She loved reading scripture from many books she owned and was dedicated to praying her Rosary daily! Her legacy will live on in our hearts. Her love for Everyone will always be felt. She will be greatly missed, but the impact she made in our lives will be felt for a lifetime! And as all her nieces and nephews continually say “We Love you Tia May!”

May is preceded in death by her parents, Guadalupe Aguirre and Barbarita Lugo Ramirez, step-father, Miguel Ramirez, siblings, Martin Aguirre, Juan L. Aguirre, Andrea Garza, Julian Aguirre, and Ramona Martinez.

She is survived by her siblings, Carmen Medrano (who passed away on February 4th), Olivia Ramirez, and Margarita Ramirez, and numerous nephews and nieces.

A memorial mass will be held on Monday, February 8th, 2021, 10am, at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Weslaco, followed by burial of ashes at Highland Memorial Park.
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