Alicia Arjona Obituary, Death, Funeral Details

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Alicia Arjona Obituary, Death – Alicia Arjona passed away on June 3, 2023, at the comfort of her own home in McAllen. Her passing occurred on a Saturday. She was 66 years old at that point in time. Alicia, the daughter of Mexican immigrants, spent her youth in a rural area in South Texas. She later attended Pan American University to earn her nursing degree so that she could work as a registered nurse.

Alicia’s parents came to the United States when they were very young. Painting was one of her favorite hobbies, and she also enjoyed going to the movies and spending time in the open air. Alicia is preceded in death by her parents, Pedro and Pola Medrano; and her siblings, Jose Medrano, Francisco Medrano, Maximino Medrano, Geronimo Medrano, Herminia Moreno, Teofila Almanza, Jesus Medrano, Consuelo Medrano, Maria Moreno, and Petra Medrano.

She is survived by her three children, Melissa Arjona, David Arjona, and Denni Arjona; her grandson, Matthew James Arjona; her ex-husband, Erasmo Arjona; and her siblings, Teodoro Medrano, Jose Angel Medrano, Felipa Perez, Enrique Medrano, Dalia Medrano, Maria de Jesus Rivera and Petra Guerra; as well as numerous nieces and nephews, in-laws, and cousins.

On the 11th of June, 2023, at the Funeraria del Angel Highland in Weslaco, there will be a rosary performed at seven o’clock in the evening, and the family will be present to receive guests from three in the afternoon until ten in the evening. The visitation will take place. The funeral service that will be held on Monday, June 12th, 2023 at 10 am will be held at Funeraria del Angel Highland in Weslaco. The date and time of the service have not yet been determined. Following the conclusion of the funeral service, the interment will take place in the Highland Memorial Park in Weslaco. Please pay the Arjona family a visit at www.funerariadelangelhighland.com so that you can express your sympathies, share memories, and offer condolences to them during this difficult time.