Mission - Amelia G. Esquivel went to be with the Lord on September 8, 2021 at the active age of 89. Amelia lived life to the fullest and was so loved by her family. Each day and weekend was a celebration of life with her children and family whom she loved dearly. At 89, she was still very active! She always enjoyed weekend outings at the ranch, family gatherings, good carne asadas, margaritas and a cold beer with her large family. In addition, she loved her monthly trips with her daughters to Kickapoo. She was so proud of her colorful garden and her beautiful rose bushes and gardenia. Amelia never forgot a birthday and wouldn't hesitate to sing her birthday greetings over the phone. Amelia was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and great grandmother. We were so blessed and fortunate to have her as our mom. She was a caring, giving and loving mother with a great sense of humor that will be deeply missed. We all will all miss her dearly, but know that her spirit will remain in us FOREVER! \n \n Amelia was preceded in death by her beloved husband Jose Armando Esquivel, her son Rolando Esquivel, her parents Adrian and Romana Guerra and her siblings; Consuelo Bocanegra (Conception), Raquel Martinez (Casimiro), Hermila Vela (Ramiro), Elida Hernandez (Margarito) and Adrian Guerra, Jr. \n \n Amelia is survived by her children: Diana Rodriguez (Ramiro), Mary Lou Pecos (Arturo) , Joe Esquivel (Dalila) and Roel Esquivel, beloved grandchildren, Cynthia Rodriguez Morris, Veronica Osequeda, Laura Tadena, Rolando Pecos, Celina Pecos Lyssy (Micah), Monica Esquivel, Julissa Esquivel and Robert Roel Tynes, great Grand Children, Zaylah Pecos, Rex and Levi Tadena, Gabriel and Nathaniel Rodriguez-Morris, and Isaac, Ivan, Isaiah, and Isreal Osegueda, her sister Hermelinda Cantu (Julian), sisters-in-law Amalia Esquivel (Lolo) and Maria Esquivel (Angel) along with many nieces and nephews as well. Pallbearers will be, Joe Esquivel, Roel Esquivel, Arturo Pecos, Jacob Morris, Manny Tadena and Ron Osuega. \n \n A visitation will be held Tuesday September 14, from 5:00-9:00pm at Ric Brown Family Funeral Home in Mission with a Rosary at 7:00pm. A funeral mass will be held the following day, Wednesday September 15, at 10:00am at Our Lady Of Guadalupe Catholic Church followed immediately by burial at Laurel Hill in Mission. \n \n Due to Covid-19, we are requesting that all those planning to attend any events please adhere to social distancing regulations and refrain from physical contact with the family at this time. Additionally, masks will be required for all scheduled events.