Guadalupe ‘Lupita’ Castaneda, 25, of Roswell, passed away Sept. 14 in Clovis. A rosary will be recited, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 9:30 a.m., with a Mass to follow at St. John’s Catholic Church, with Father Juan Antonio Gutierrez officiating.
Lupita was born Dec. 19, 1985 to Javier Castaneda [auth] and Jean Silva in Roswell.
Those left to cherish her memory are children, Nathan Natividad, Renee Lopez, Xavier Castaneda, and Gino Valero, sister, Elizabeth Chavez and companion Raul Reyes, nieces, Heather and Crystal Zamora, and cousins, Ismal and Isaiah Torres and Anestasia and Aalijah Barranca. Brother, Harold Chavez and wife Yolanda, nephews, Harold and David Chavez, and niece, Bertina Chavez. Sister, Patricia Muñoz and husband Johnny Muñoz and nieces, Gabriella and Maribell Muñoz, stepfather, Rojelio Barraza, and brother, Roger Silva. Preceding Lupita in death is her mother, Jean Castaneda.
Please take a moment to share your thoughts and memories in the online register book at andersonbethany.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson Bethany Funeral Home and Crematory.
Meet You At The Gate
A beautiful garden now stands alone,
missing the one who nurtured it
But now she is gone,
Her flowers still bloom, and the sun it still shines,
But the rain is like tear drops, for the ones left behind,
The weeds lay waiting to take the gardens beauty away,
But the beautiful memories of its keeper are in our hearts to stay,
she loved every flower even some that were weeds,
So much love she would plant with each little seed,
But just like her flowers she was part of Gods plan,
So when it was her time he reached down his hand,
He look through the Garden searching for the best,
That’s when he found Robin, it was her time to rest,
It was hard for those who loved her, to just let her go,
But God had a spot in his garden, that needed a gentle soul,
So when you start missing Robin, remember if you just wait,
When God has a spot in his garden, She’ll meet you at the gate….