ArmijoFFedelina Jaramillo Armijo, 96, a resident of Silver City, NM entered eternal rest Friday, February 2, 2024 at Sunset Vista in Silver City, NM.  She was born on the ranch in Horse Springs, NM on April 1, 1927 to Ramon and Beronica U. Jaramillo, and was raised alongside her four sisters and brother. 

The family subsequently moved to Reserve where she attended school.  Fedelina was introduced to Martin Armijo, where their romance began and eventually lead to their marriage on December 17, 1950.  She was a devoted housewife, mother, and homemaker to her husband and two sons.  Fedelina was a member of the Catholic Church and had tremendous faith as she followed the word of God, prayed her rosary and novenas.  Fedelina loved all her five grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren unconditionally.  Everyone was always welcomed in her home.  She was well known for her “Hot” green/red chili and homemade tortillas.  She was an excellent seamstress and cook.  She enjoyed watching sporting events, especially basketball and the Phoenix Suns team.  She enjoyed traveling around the states of AZ and NM camping and RV’ing.  She will be greatly missed by all those who have been blessed to have known her.

She is survived by her sons, Nicholas J. Armijo and wife Judy of Litchfield, AZ; Herman Armijo and wife Pat of Tyrone, NM; five grandchildren, Bryan Armijo (Becky); Tiffany Monroe (John); Jessica Enriquez (Matt); Monica Palacios (Horacio); and Matt Armijo (Yvonne); twelve great grandchildren; her brother, Pete Jaramillo and wife Maime of Reserve, NM: her sister, Isabel Torrez of Albuquerque; two Goddaughters, Veronica Hinton (Carl) and Betty Jiron; numerous nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband, Martin J. Armijo; her sisters, Clorinda Jaramillo, Clori Jaramillo. And Viola Jaramillo.

The holy rosary will be recited by Father Anthony Dike at St. Francis Mission Church in Reserve, NM on Saturday, March 2nd at 10:30am.  The memorial mass will follow at 11am with Father Anthony Dike officiating.  Concluding service and inurnment will take place at San Isidro Mission cemetery where her cremains will be laid to rest alongside her husband Martin.

Cremation has taken place at Terrazas Crematory.  Arrangements are with Terrazas Funeral Chapels and Crematory “Trusted care for the ones you love” ~ 575-537-0777.  To send condolences, visit .

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