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Oralia Aguirre

March 21, 1942 — April 29, 2024

Orem

Oralia Aguirre was born on a beautiful spring morning on March 21, 1942. She was originally from El Chirimoyo, Durango, born to Mrs. Guadalupe Quinteros and Víctor Maderias. Oralia was born to good parents and grew up eating many cherimoyas and soursops from her parents' trees. She enjoyed riding horses with her father, and often went camping with some of her brothers. She loved to dance, sing, and serve others. At the age of 20, she met her husband Manuel Aguirre in Tayoltita, Durango. In the following months, Oralia and Manuel fell in love and got married.

 

As a result of their love and companionship, they were blessed with 9 children, 8 of whom survived. In 1978, they met missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, who introduced them to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Oralia and Manuel decided to follow Christ, getting baptized to follow the example of their Savior. Right after, they prepared to enter the temple of the Lord and be sealed as a family for this life and all eternity. Oralia was a woman completely dedicated to her husband and children. Despite having eight children, she always strived to care for them and raise them with good values and principles. Oralia leaves us a beautiful legacy of love and service to others.

 

Throughout her life, Oralia worked with dedication and effort to serve others in all different capacities, such as many callings in the Relief Society organization. Although she always served everyone around her, the most significant service was the devotion and love she always showed to her special son Noé, who, from a very young age, needed his mother's care and attention every day. Oralia loved her son Noe very much and served him until her last day here on earth.  


 The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, May 18th at 1:00 pm at 450 S. 100 W. Orem Utah, 84058. 



Oralia Aguirre nació en la primavera del 21 de marzo de 1942. Originaria del Chirimoyo, Durango por la Señora Guadalupe Quinteros y Víctor Maderias. Oralia nació de buenos padres y creció comiendo muchas chirimoyas y guanábanas de los árboles de sus padres. Le gustaba montar a caballo con su papa y seguido Iban a campar con algunos de sus Hermanos. Le encantaba bailar, cantar y servir a los demás. A la edad de 20 años, conoció a su esposo Manuel Aguirre en Tayoltita Durango. En los siguientes meses Oralia y Manuel se enamoraron y se casaron por el civil. 

 

Como resultado de su amor y compañerismo, tuvieron la bendición de dar a luz a 9 hijos de los cuales 8 siguieron con vida. En el año de 1978 conocieron a unos misioneros los cuales le introdujeron al evangelio de Jesucristo y decidiendo seguir a Cristo, y bautizarse para seguir el sendero de su Salvador. Justo después se prepararon para entrar al templo y sellarse como familia por esta vida y la eternidad. Oralia fue una mujer completamente dedicada a su esposo y sus hijos. Aunque fueron ocho hijos, siempre se esforzó por cuidarlos y criarlos con buenos principios. Oralia nos deja un hermoso legado de amor y servicio para los demás. 

 

A lo largo de su vida, Oralia trabajó con dedicación y esfuerzo para servir a otros en todos los diferentes llamamientos de la organización de la Sociedad de Socorro. A pesar de que siempre se esforzó por servir a todos a su alrededor, el servicio de mayor significado fue la devoción y el amor que siempre mostró a su hijo Noe, quien, desde muy pequeño, necesitó los cuidados y atenciones cada día de su mama. Oralia amó a su hijo Noe muchísimo y le sirvió hasta su ultimo día aquí en la tierra. 




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