Obituary for Margie Segura

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Margie Segura, 72, beloved wife, mother, and “Guppy”, was called to her eternal resting place on January 31, 2021. She entered this world on May 2, 1948 in Artesia, NM, born to Manuel and Rosa Esquibel. She is survived by her husband Florencio Segura Sr; daughters Baola and husband Michael Olson of Odessa, Tx; Katie and husband Perfecto Ruiz of Artesia, NM.Sons; Florencio Jr; Fabian and fiance Susan; Fernando all of Artesia,NM; Fermin and wife Karina of Rio Rancho, NM. Grandchildren: Victoria; KaLani and husband Dakota Bolen, Olivia and husband Dillon; Alexis, Cynthia, Phillip, MaLia, Shelbie, Sophia, Gracie, Cataleya, Joset, Melina, and Fabian. Great granchildren; Anevay, Zachary, Rayne, Armando, Ellington, and Brynlee. She is also survived by sisters: Mary Flores, Andrea Ybarra, Luci Ybarra, Erma Lopez, all from Artesia; Christine of Austin, TX; brothers Pete Esquibel, Alex Esquibel, Joey Esquibel, all from Artesia; Ricky Esquibel of Austin, TX. She is preceeded in death by her parents, one brother, and one granddaughter.Funeral services will be held on [Friday, February 5, 2021]. at [Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church] in Artesia, NM. Rosary will begin at 9:30, Mass will follow at 10:00 am.Margie was a beautiful heart who quietly spread joy to her loved ones and was able to make anyone feel welcome and comfortable. Her greatest joy was being with family. Her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Whether it was at the Ballpark cheering as the biggest fan, or cooking her famous Fried Chicken Dinner every Sunday for all of those who could come by, she was available to each one of them and gave her full attention to them all.She enjoyed spending time with her siblings for Prayer Meetings, singing in the Family Choir, and family gatherings. Her other love was her plants of which she had many. She would plant, care for, and share them with others.Although she was often the quietest person in the room, her presence was always known. She will be missed by everyone who had the blessing of meeting her. She will forever live on in the lives of those she loved. Her legacy of faith, family, love, and patience will never be forgotten, and will be something to grab hold of and carry on until we are able to see her again.

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Source: Terpening & Son Mortuary

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