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Marcos Anaya

December 3, 1970 — May 9, 2020

MARCOS ANTONIO ANAYA, 49, passed away unexpectedly on May 9, 2020.  He was born on December 3, 1970 in Santa Fe, NM.

He was a very loving, caring Husband, Father, Brother, and Friend to all with whom he came in contact. Marcos was the person people depended on. He was not only very caring but he was selfless and always put his family and friends first. He was a hard worker and always willing to lend a hand. He had a passion for plumbing. He loved working beside his brothers. Marcos was an amazing man. He had a gentle soul with a heart of gold, was always so helpful and loved to converse with everyone.

He was preceded in death by his father, Joe (Charlie) Anaya; mother, Antonia (Tony) Zafiro; and brother, Michael Sisneros.

He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Christina Anaya; their children, whom he loved and dedicated his entire life to, Elizabeth Anaya (Ajaun Jimenez), Renee Anaya, Erika Anaya, and Anthony Anaya; brother, Andrew (Diane) Sisneros and their children, Angelique, Andrea, and Christopher Sisneros; brother, Manuel Anaya  (Diane Lacassagne) and their children, Mason Anaya, and Autumm and Brian Siler; brother, Joseph Anaya and his children, Nicole and Jeremiah Anaya; sister, Anna Anaya and her children, Robert Jr. Anaya, Gregory Anaya and his son, Jaydon Saenz-Anaya; brother, Jake Anaya and his children, Michael and Jacob Anaya, and Zachariah Vigil; aunt, Maryhelen (Leroy) Archuleta and their children, Joaquin, Andres, Patrick, and Anita Archuleta; uncle, Tony (Cordilia) and their children, Diana, Anthony, Arthur, and Mercedes Anaya; sister-in-law, Daniela Vela-Juarez (Rogelio) and their children, Lalia Guerrero-Juarez and Adiel Vela-Juarez; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and great friends.

A memorial will be held at another time.

The Day God Called You Home

You never said I’m Leaving

You never said goodbye

You were gone before we knew it

And only God knew why

In life we loved you dearly

In death we love you still

In our hears you hold a place

No one could ever fill

A million times we needed you

A million times we cried

If love alone could have saved you

You would have never died

It broke out hearts to lose you

But you didn’t go alone

For part of us went with you

The day God called you home

-Christine Naro

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