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Obituary: Mariana Márquez de Sánchez

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Obituary: Mariana Márquez de Sánchez

Posted: 26 Jan 2003 11:13PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Edited: 5 Apr 2003 11:28PM GMT
Surnames: Márquez Sánchez
Friday, November 16, 1945 Santa Rosa News

Sra. Mariana Márquez de Sánchez

Hondo de pesar ha causado en Santa Rosa y todo el condado la infausta nueva del fallecimiento de la señora Mariana M. de Sánchez el Viernes Nov. 9 a las 4:30 P.M. La Sra. Sánchez estaba recluída en su hogar aquí en Santa Rosa, en donde dejó de existir.

Su cadáver se hallaba en su residencia a cargo de la Hutchins and Dunn Funeral Home.

Su esposo el finado Leopoldo Sánchez le precedio a la sepultura Dic. 18, 1928, el cual fué prominente en la politica, ocupando varios puestos de importancia bajo el partido Demócrata. Sus padres de las fallecida fueron aquellos primeros pobladores y verdaderos cristianos los finados, Silvestre Márquez y señora Teresita Silva de Márquez, los cualles fallecieron en 1912. La finad Sra. Sánchez nació en Anton Chico, Mayo 27, 1868.

Recibió los Santo Sacramentos, e Viático y la Extrema Unción, expiró como habia vivido santamente. Ella pensaba y decía siempre que la religión era el fanal que nos guía en peregrinación que hacemeos por el mundo y nos sirve de consuelo, nos anima y en la hora de la muerte acude a nuestro lecho y nos abre las puertas del cielo.

Fué una madre digna de todo respetó, de toda veneración, y supo cumplir con su deber, fué para los que la concieron una verdadera señora, los pobres tienen mucho que agradeceros; pues nunca los faltó siempre caritativa, protegiendo al necesitado.

Como supo desempeñar con la sagrada misión, de madre, también fué cumplida a las sociedades de la Iglesia y hasta la ultima hora nunca se olvido de sus queridas socias y asi expiró llena de ternura rodiada de su familia.

La que fué reina de un hogar, amor de un esposo y encanto de sus hijos; la que fué siempre bondadosa y tierna para su familia y amable para cuantos la trataron y no existe, ya duerme, para no despertar nunca, el sueño eterno.

Es una ley fatal a que obedecen todas las criaturas; la ignorada ley de la muerte que nos arrebata seres tan buenos.

El Viernes pasado, se abrió una sepultura en la cual depositamos en ella los despojos de una madre que cumplia una sagrada misión, y que fué el amoroso entusiasmo de un hogar, de una familia que siempre vivió reunida.

Y de pronto la muerte corta el nudo y se derriba el árbol y estos hijos quedan sin amparo.

La verdad todo se acabó. Para estos hijos e hijas no hay consuelo. Saben que la muerte es una santa, y que desde la gloria los benidice;

(translation)
Mrs. Mariana M. Sanchez

Mrs. Mariana M. Sanchez passed away Friday, November 9, 1945 at 4:30 in the afternoon. The grave thought of her unfortunate passing hangs over the entire county of Guadalupe and Santa Rosa. Mrs. Sanchez had been confined to bed in her Santa Rosa home when she died.

Her body lay in state at her home under the direction of Hutchins & Dunn Funeral Home.

Mrs. Sanchez was the wife of the late Leopoldo Sanchez who preceded her in death, December 18, 1928. He served as a prominent Democratic political figure in various public positions. She was the daughter of the late Silvestre Marquez and the late Teresita Silva, early settlers of Anton Chico and true Christians. Her parents preceded her in death in 1912. Mrs. Sanchez was born in Anton Chico May 27, 1868.

Mrs. Sanchez received the Last Rites of the Catholic Church with the Eucharist and the rite of Extreme Unction. She died as she lived, a faithful Christian. She believed and often said that religion was the light that guided our pilgrimage here on earth. This belief would console us, our souls, in the time of our death, when we would be called to our final rest and the doors of heaven would be opened to us.

She was respected and honored as an ideal mother who fulfilled her motherly obligation. To those who knew her she was a true lady. Mrs. Sanchez was charitable to the poor and protected those in need.

She performed her sacred mission as a mother and also fulfilled her obligations to the Church society. Up until the end, she never forgot her beloved religious sisters. She died surrounded by the tenderness of her family.

She was the queen of her household. She held the love of her husband and family. She was kind and tender to her family and friendly to all. She no longer lives. She sleeps never to awaken from her eternal rest.

This is the fateful law that all creatures obey. The blind justice of death that eventually captures all of us.

This past Friday a grave was opened in which we place the remains of a mother who fulfilled her sacred mission. Mrs. Sanchez was the loving enthusiasm of her home around which her family gathered.

How quickly death tightens the knot and fells the tree and these children are left without shelter.

The truth is everything comes to an end. For these sons and daughters there is no consolation. They know that death is a blessing and that glory will shine upon them.
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