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Guadalupe "Lupita" Guajardo
October 7, 1958 ~ May 1, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Guadalupe “ Lupita” Guajardo, was a wonderful daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She attended School in Morton in her younger years. She married Roger Guajardo in 2010 in Las Vegas , Nevada. She worked at the Senior Citizens Center in Morton for several years. Her hobbies were dancing, traveling, going to the casinos gambling in Ruidoso, & Hobbs, N.M, Shopping, playing Bingo, hanging out with all her girl friends from Morton, visiting and spending time spoiling her grandchildren, cooking, and loved to go to Savannah’s Restaurant, gardening. She was a life time member of St. Ann’s Catholic church in Morton. Lupita, shall be greatly missed by her family and friends.
Proceeded in Death by:
Parents: Jesus and Ofilia Casarez Sepulveda
Sisters: Rosalinda Escobar and Toni Gonzalez
Spouse of 13 years: Roger Guajardo of Morton
Sons: Randy (Vanessa) Vasquez of San Angelo, TX and Ricky (Delilah) Valenzuela in Odessa, TX
Grandchildren: (4) Chris Vasquez, Anthony Valenzuela, Anivai Valenzuela, Karissa Valenzuela, Makayla Valenzuela
Great Grandchildren: C. J. Vasquez, Olivia Vasquez, Alianna Valenzuela
Sister: Jessica (Randy ) West of Levelland
Brothers: Joe Selpulveda of Oklahoma and Gilbert (Delma) Selpulveda of Morton
Extended Family: Irene (Jesse) Davila of Levelland, Maggie Ramon and Syndia Guajardo both of Morton, Roger Guajardo Jr. and Monica (Johnny) Garza both of Lubbock and Grandchildren