Beloved mother and sister Beatrice Valle McGuire went to heaven and joined her husband Antonio Sanchez McGuire on September 8, 2018 She was born in Monahans, Texas on February 23, 1949. Beatrice and Antonio (Tony) were married on September 16, 1962. Their marriage was blessed with seven children. Beatrice was preceded in death by her husband Antonio Sanchez McGuire on July 16, 2013
Beatrice is survived by her children; Jesse and Guadalupe McGuire of San Angelo, Tx. Roger Ray McGuire of Monahans, Tx. Tony and Priscilla McGuire of San Antonio,Tx., Jimmy McGuire and Isabel Heredia of Monahans, Tx. JoAnn McGuire of Monahans, Tx., Jaclyn McGuire of Midland, Tx. and Jason McGuire of San Antonio,Tx. Her grandchildren; Christopher McGuire, Christina McGuire, Amber McGuire Gonzales, Stephanie McGuire, Tiffany McGuire, Danielle McGuire, Candace McGuire, Anthony McGuire, Alexander Paul Munoz, Jeremy McGuire, Nadia Munoz Ybarra, Amaris McGuire, Desiree McGuire, Isaiah Briones, Ariel McGuire, Isaac Heredia, and Rene Heredia. Her brothers Jose Martinez Valle of Monahans, Tx., and Paul Martinez Valle of Odessa, Tx. Her sisters Susana Valle Balderaz of Monahans, Tx., Jesusita Valle Cardona of O'Donnell, Tx., and Epifemia Valle Reyes of Monahans, Tx. Beatrice is also survived by her beautiful great grandchildren. Beatrice is survived by numerous nephews and nieces. Beatrice was preceded in death by her husband Antonio (Tony) Sanchez McGuire of Marfa Tx. Her brothers Pete Valle, Epifanio Valle, Margarito Valle, Ricardo Valle all of Monahans, Tx. Her sisters Rachel Valle of Monahans, Tx.and Epifania Valle Enriquez of Monahans, Tx.
Beatrice was like her husband "Tony" a lifelong Monahans Lobo fan as well as a Dallas Cowboy fan. Also, like her husband enjoyed watching sports, especially when her children and grandchildren were participating. Boxing was a particular passion as she witnessed her brothers, children and nephews participate as youngsters. Unknown to most of her family was her athletic ability. When her children were playing Pop Warner football in Santa Ana, California they held a game for the parents where the parents suited up for a football game. The fathers played and then the mothers. As children we cheered for our parents, but we were unprepared for what we were about to see when the mothers suited up. Beatrice was chosen to be one of the running backs the mothers provided an entertaining game highlighted by some spectacular runs by Beatrice on two occasions she broke through the line for some long runs before they were able to bring her down. After the game, Antonio was told in good nature by the other parents that as a result of her performance they now knew that her children got their athletic ability from their mother. It was the highlight of the year for our family.
Beatrice spent the majority of her life nurturing her children and grandchildren, providing the support to help them through life. In her later life she was thrilled to see her grandchildren participate in sporting events throughout Texas. She encouraged her talented children and grandchildren to pursue their passions and do them to their utmost. Through her example her children were taught the lessons to allow them to navigate the challenging yet rewarding world that God has provided. Beatrice loved her siblings immensely and was always happiest when they had the opportunity to be together. Indeed, some of the best moments in her life were when the various families got together where there was plenty of laughter and good times to go around.
Viewing will be held from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday, September 10, 2018, and 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at Harkey Funeral Home Chapel. Rosary will be held at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at Harkey Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at St. John Evangelist Catholic Church with Father Allan Alaka officiating, burial will follow at Monahans Memorial Cemetery.
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Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Harkey Funeral Home.
THEIRS NO WORDS I CAN SAY FOR THE PAIN YOU ARE FEELING! BUT I AM DEEPLY AND TRULY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MAY THE ALMIGHTY BE THEIR FOR YOU IN THIS HARD TIME. IF THEIR IS ANYTHING I CAN DO PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO GET A HOLD OF ME.
LOVE YOU MI FAMILIA
Adam SoteloODESSA, TX
My Family and I extend our condolences to the McGuire Family. May Tia's Memory be a Blessing to All.
Mario Sotelo, Jr.Lancaster, TX
Jaclyn, my dearest friend.... May God hold you tightly to him during this sorrowful time. We may never understand his reasons, but we have faith that we will all one day be together again in Heaven.
Kristy FrancoMidland, TX
We extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. May the soul of your mother be at peace with our Heavenly Father.
Donovan & Belinda MirelezMidland, TX