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Enriqueta P. Avila

August 27, 1927 - December 31, 2020

Enriqueta P. Avila, devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother passed form this mortal coil into the loving arms of the Lord on December 31st, 2020 at the age of 93.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 35 years, Anthony R. Avila, her sons Juan Avila and Carlos Avila, her brother Carlos Pola De Torrella, and her grandson Ernesto Huelgas Avila.

She is survived by her daughters Ana Maria Aurora Jehling (Kenneth, Husband), Maria E. Avila (Ernesto Huelgas, Husband); daughter-in-law Isabella Avila (Carlos, Husband), her grandchildren Robert Jehling (Julie, Wife); Melissa Scanga (Gary, Husband), William Jehling (Amy, Wife); Jessica Valencia (Juan, Husband), Christian Huelgas Avila, Carlos Avila, Lisa Torres, Antoinette Avila, Joseph Vensak, her great grandchildren Nicolette, Juliette, Bryce, Morgan, Maria, Melanie, Joseph, James, Jackson, Lucca, Liam, Juan, Alejandro, Sophia, Zachery, Karlie, Jordan, and Colton.

She will be remembered and loved by her family and friends always.

Mrs. Avila was cremated January 11, 2021 and will be laid to rest at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery alongside her loving husband, Anthony, and son, Juan at a date to be determined.

Thoughts and condolences may be extended to the family by email thefamiyofepavila@outlook.com, or through the online obituary platform.

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My time with her was short in her 93 year journey but an endearment that I will cherish. We hugged, we laughed and simply enjoyed each other. She loved her family with all her heart. She will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace. Elaine Smith, January 14, 2021 Picture 2 - Grandma and Jackson
William and Amy Jehling, January 14, 2021
Picture 1 -Grandma and Jackson
William and Amy Jehling, January 14, 2021
Little Grandma will be deeply missed. I will remember her for so many things. For the playful greeting we would always give each other and for the fierce LOVE she had for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They loved her and she truly exhibited .... true joy when she was able to spend time with them. We rejoice that she is now with those she lost. She is in no more pain, has no sorrow, is experiencing pure happiness and will be taking care of us from above. Rest in Peace, Little Grandma... We love and miss you. Bill, Amy and Jackson
William and Amy Jehling, January 14, 2021