Lucilla Tarin, 76, of Midland, TX passed away on November 16th, 2018 at home.
A prayer service will be held 6:30PM Tuesday November 20th at Harkey Funeral Home in Monahans, TX.
Funeral services will be held graveside 2:00PM Wednesday November 21st at Monahans Memorial Cemetery.
Lucilla was born in Grandfalls, TX to Benito & Juanita Carrasco on October 31st, 1942. She married Juan Tarin on June 12th, 1965. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter & sister. Those who were fortunate enough to know her were blessed by her kind and loving nature.
Lucilla is preceded in death by her son Orlando Tarin; parents Benito & Juanita Carrasco; brothers Hermejildo Carrasco, Antonio Carrasco, and Cruz Ramirez.
Lucilla is survived by her husband Juan Tarin; sons Felipe Tarin and his wife Kristin, Juan Tarin Jr. and his wife Julie: daughter Elsa Tarin; grandchildren Bailey, Lynzi, & Nathan Tarin; Brothers Monseis Carrasco and wife Rita, Candelario Carrasco, Francisco Carrasco and wife Petronila, Dimas Carrasco and wife Margarita, Martin Carrasco and wife Karla, Ben Carrasco and wife Barbara; Sister Raquel Ochoa; many nieces and nephews.
She was always such a quiet, sweet person, she will be missed, God has a beautiful angel now
Betty Covill StreetTemple, TX
Prayers for yalls family, sorry for yalls loss!
Ric and Shirley HernandezMonahans, TX
I will forever be grateful that God put you in our lives. You
are such a Woman of God - always there for everyone! May Our Lord receive you with open arms. Thank you for being so loving and helpful to me & my family when we needed you the most!
I love you & will miss our texts!
I will keep Juan and your family in my prayers.
ElmaSan Antonio, TX
We will remember your kind and sweet spirit always DEAREST Lucilla and you have left a large empty space with all those who loved you. You are at rest now peacefully with our Lord in heaven.
Lorenza Uranga BordersTUCKER, GA
To the Tarin - Carrasco Family
I am sorry. I know these words are inadequate but I am truly sorry what the family if experiencing right now. Wishing all of you peace and strength during this difficult time.
Belia WilliamsCoyanosa, TX
Prima it had been a long time we saw each other, I am only sorry we didn't see each other more often. My heart goes out to your family especially your children and husband, may the Lord Jesus keep them safe and give them the strength to keep going. May the Lord meet you in the golden gates, it not a goodbye but a see you later. REST IN PEACE. LOVE YOU.
DORA RAMIREZODESSA, TX
For the eternal repose of her soul. Keep watching over me, Nina.
Andrew MunizDallas, TX