Juanita Torres

Juanita Torres
Juanita Torres

Juanita Torres, 67, of Amarillo, TX passed away on December 6, 2020.

Rosary will be said at 6:00 P.M., Friday, December 11, 2020, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Services will be at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, December 12, 2020, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Juanita was born in Cleburne, TX on November 9, 1953, to Marin and Ramona Anez.

Juanita married Jose H. Torres on July 15, 1972. She was a loving and dedicated wife, mother, sister, aunt, and friend. She worked for AISD for 30 years before retiring in 2013.

Juanita was a member of St. Mary’s Cathedral.

Juanita loved angels and has a beautiful collection. She is now our guardian angel.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; brothers, Leonel Anez, Marin Anez, and Alfredo Anez; and sisters, Dora Gonzalez, Jesusita Anez, and Alma Anez.

Survivors include her three sons, Jose H. Torres Jr., of Amarillo, TX, Marin Torres and wife Kristy, of Argyle, TX, and Alex Torres, of Amarillo, TX; one brother, Ernesto Anez, of San Antonio, TX; one sister, Aleselda Vera, of Amarillo, TX; four grandchildren, Isaiah Torres, Javier Torres, Matteo Torres, and Mia Torres.

16 Replies to “Juanita Torres”

  1. It’s been 2 weeks today mom. I miss you and I love you. I’m sorry for how things went down but know that everyone was calling to check on you and praying. I promise you Chela and Alex will be ok. I miss your voice and I miss your phone calls. Nothing will be the same without you but we will see each up the road. Tell Dad we miss him too and give him a hug from all of us. Please look out for us and the kids. We love you mom.

  2. The family of Mrs. J. Torres, we’re sorry to hear this news. Please accept our sincere condolences. Remember 2 Corinthians 5:8 “To be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord”. Our Prayers are with you.

  3. Juanita thank you for Keats be there for me when I need a friend. Thank you for all you advice and thank you for being my friend I always love you and remember you my heart I’d sad and I’m in tears but I know you are in better place and and you got go to see Jose thank you my friend for you love Rest In Peace love Karla tu chaparrita

  4. Such a beautiful picture of Juanita! This does not seem possible ! You will forever be in our hearts ! Life won’t be the same without you!❤️🙏

  5. Tia, we will miss you so much. Thank you for caring so much for all of us and my mom. You were truly a special person. I’m sorry we were not able to see you one last time. Thank you for everything you did for us. No doubt we have gained one angel. May you rest in peace and please continue to look out for us. Love you always!!

  6. Tia,

    Know that I will hold all the beautiful memories deep in my heart. You will never be forgotten. I was so fortunate to have an aunt like you. You will truly be miss.

    Love you..your niece

    Elsie

  7. Thank you for being my friend. You will be sorely missed. You had a way with people and children and you worked so very hard to make sure we had everything we needed a North Heights. You will always be remembered in our in our hearts and memories. Love you always Juanita.

  8. I love this picture, and I will miss you! You were an angel to many with lots of love for everyone! Juanita Sue, you were my friend and always will be. Hugs and prayers for all the family. ❤️

  9. I will always treasure Juanita’s friendship. She was always genuine, kind and loving. I will miss our many visits, shared laughter, and times of caring.
    Juanita will always be missed and very much loved!
    My prayers are with each of you!

  10. hello gentlemen Jose, Marin, and Alex I am sorry to hear about
    your mother, and a dear friend of mine, sorry for your loss, may
    God bless you all

    Walter Lewis

  11. My dear friend you will be missed by many. I came to work at AISD you accepted me with open arms. We became instant friends. Your heart was so loving and caring. You were a good mother to your family. I could see the joy and pride in your face when you talked about them. I will miss you my Dear Friend

  12. Juanita you were a dear friend. I’m going to miss the laughter, our long visits on the phone, and bumping into each other around town. I pray for peace, strength, and comfort for all who love you. You are in God’s arms now. Until we meet again, rest in peace.

  13. The love that Juanita showed while at North Heights was infectious, and reflected the love she shared with everyone. The streets of heaven are crowded with angels to welcome her home. Every time we think we’ve reached our capacity to send out love for others, we can look up and be reminded that that capacity may well be limitless, and Juanita is an example of that.

  14. Juanita will be missed by so many people that loved her deeply. She was the kindest and most caring lady. I am so proud to have been her friend. I pray for her boys but know she will be looking over them. Juanita, I love you!

  15. I will for ever remember the love you gave us every time we visited Amarillo. I love you, please look over all of us along with my grandma Dora.

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