angie garcia rsAngelita Carbajal Garcia, "Angie", 83, a longtime resident of Deming passed away Friday September 8, 2017 at her home.

Angie was born March 30, 1934 in Rincon, New Mexico to Adolfo and Margarita (Perez) Carbajal. She came to Deming with her family in 1950 from Hatch and worked in the Deming Public Schools Cafeteria for 30 years from which she retired. Angie also worked at in the Mimbres Hospital cafeteria for almost 20 years. She loved dancing, cooking and being with all her family. Angie enjoyed working puzzles, crossword, watching her novelas, and when it came to green chile, she only wanted the hottest available. Her family remembers her as being a fun loving and giving person whose good humor will always be remembered. Angelita was a member of the League of Sacred Heart of St. Ann Catholic Church.

She is survived by her children, Andy Garcia (Pauline) of Deming, Ernestina Jimenez (Frank M.) of Lordsburg, Lupe Arredondo (Sam) of Tucson, AZ, and Esperanza Sanchez of Deming; her special niece, Rosa Martinez of Deming who was her caregiver; 22 grandchildren, Toni, Stefanie, Jason, Anna, Alyssa, Vicente, Tanya, Salvador, Michael, Julie, Lisa, Frankie, Anthony, Cynthia, Narciso, Timmy, Bonnie, Sammy Jr., Barbara, Benji, Angela, and Jesus; 74 great grandchildren and 29 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 children, Tony Garcia and Mary Ann Garcia, 2 brothers and 4 sisters.

Visitation will begin Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Baca's Funeral Chapel where a prayer vigil will be that evening at 7 to be led by Cristina Milo. Mass of Christian Burial will be Thursday morning at 10 at St. Ann Catholic Church with Fr. Alejandro Reyes officiating. Concluding services and interment will follow at Mt. View Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Jesus Sanchez, Jason Garcia, Frank Jimenez Jr., Anthony Jimenez, Kevin Pope and Timothy Arredondo. Honorary bearers are her remaining grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Fire Alerts

Editor's Note

Welcome to our new version of classified ads. One has been posted. We invite you our readers to post your own classifieds, which are available for viewing 24/7 and are very reasonable in price.

Because you are an esteemed member of The Grant County Beat readership, be assured that we at the Beat continue to do everything we can to be in full compliance with GDPR and pertinent US law, so that the information you have chosen to give to us cannot be compromised. 

The Grant County Beat endeavors to post to the Elections page, under News, at the least, notices of candidates for Grant County races. Some candidates for statewide races have also sent their notices. 

The Beat continues to bring you new columnists.Recent additions  include the Christian Corner, for those who are already Christians or are exploring the beliefs.

The second is a business-centered column—Your Business Connection by the New Mexico Business Coalition. The group works to make policy in the state of New Mexico better for all businesses, large and small.

The Beat has a column for you gardeners out there. The Grant County Extension Service will bring you monthly columns on gardening issues. The first one posted is on Winterizing your houseplants and patio plants.

The Beat totally appreciates its readers and subscribers!  


All articles and photos indicated by a byline are copyrighted to the author or photographer. You may not use any information found within the articles without asking permission AND giving attribution to the source. Photos can be requested and may incur a nominal fee for use personally or commercially.

Don't forget to tell advertisers that you saw their ad on the Beat.

Feel free to notify editor@grantcountybeat.com, if you notice any problems on the site. Your convenience is my desire for the Beat.

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

If you subscribe to the Join GCB Three Times Weekly Updates option on the left side of this page, you will be subscribed to email notifications with links to recently posted articles.

Note: This is another component that is in progress of going to a different software to make it easier for you to use and find classifieds that interest you. Check Out Classifieds. And look at Sponsors to see who is helping the Beat.

It's really easy to check to see if there's a classified ad. Just click on Classifieds in the blue menu and the page will open letting you know if there is a classified ad. Remember that your buying classified ads gives you a wide readership, as well as supporting the Beat. Post YOURS for quick results!

Note that if an article does not have a byline, it was sent to the Beat and written by someone not affiliated with the Beat

When you click on the blue and orange button on the upper left side of most pages, you will find out how you can help the Beat defray its expenses, which, with increased readership, continue to grow. You will arrive at a page that gives you options of how you can Help the Beat. All help is greatly appreciated and keeps the news you want and need coming into your browser.

Consider the Beat your DAILY newspaper for up-to-date information about Grant County. It's at your fingertips! One Click to Local News.

Thanks for your support for and your readership of Grant County's online news source—www.grantcountybeat.com