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andazola arthurArthur Andazola, 78, formerly of Bayard, NM
FEBRUARY 1, 1941 ~ MARCH 7, 2019 (AGE 78)

Arthur Andazola, 78, went to be with the lord on Thursday, March 7, 2019.

Mr. Andazola Was preceded in death by his parents Francisco and Herminia Andazola, brothers Armando Andazola and Jose Andazola, son Arthur Steven Andazola and great grandson Arthur Jenks.

He is survived by his loving wife of 59 ½ years Sally Andazola, daughters Yvonne Martinez and husband Felix, Celeste Andazola Gonzales and husband Paul, and Christine Andazola, grandchildren Dominick Gallegos, Ariel Andazola, Erick Andazola, Kieri Andazola, and Joshua Martinez, great grandchildren Eleyna and Damon, and many other loving nieces and nephews.

Arthur's Life Celebration will began with a Rosary on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 5:00 p.m at Salazar Mortuary located at 400 Third Street SW 87102i in Albuquerque. Mass and Interment services are pending at this time.

Pallbearers will be Dominick Gallegos, Erik Andazola, Joshua Martinez, and Paul Gonzales.

Honorary pallbearers will be Felix Martinez, John Andazola and Frank Andazola.

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