Sylvia Ramirez Aguirre

Sylvia Ramirez Aguirre, of American Falls, ID, was called into heaven on Saturday, March 1, 2014 in Pocatello, ID, due to ongoing health complications.

Sylvia was born March 20, 1956, to Ignacio Sr. and Dominga Ramirez in Buckeye, AZ. Sylvia was a wonderful homemaker, but also enjoyed seasonal farm work. Her best accomplishment was marring Pablo Aguirre on Mother’s Day in 1972 and raising three sons and one daughter. She loved her grandchildren and was a motherly figure in their lives as well. She enjoyed cooking Mexican dinners for her family and enjoyed their time spent together. She was always there for her grandchildren and children to listen and give advice.

Sylvia is being honored by her husband (Pablo Aguirre); her four children, Paul (Missy) Aguirre and Marie (Cruz) Villegas and Ignacio (Benny) Aguirre and Pete (Shaye) Aguirre;  and her grandchildren, Lissette, Ray, Samantha, Gabriel, Bresaida, Xzavier, Janiyah, Jessica, Pricilla, Joe, Jordon, Adrian, Benito and Zenaidita. She also had one great-granddaughter, Jennifer Jayleen Alvarez.

Sylvia was the seventh child of 15 children. She’s also being honored by them Gloria Ramirez, Elida Lopez, Ignacio (Rosa) Ramirez, Martina (Leo) Luis, Freddy (Carla) Ramirez, Beatrice Vargas, Thomas (Hilda) Ramirez, Trinidad (Mindy) Ramirez, Maricelda Burns, Irma (Carlos) Cortez, Delia (Alfonzo) Longoria, Raul (Laura) Ramirez, Linda Ramirez and Sally (Terry) Paris.

She is now being reunited with her parents Ignacio Sr. and Dominga Ramirez, sister Beatrice Vargas and other loved ones that have passed already.

A visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls, and at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 6, at the American Falls Christian Fellowship, 329 Harrison Avenue, American Falls. The funeral will follow at 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to help pay for expenses would be greatly appreciated and can be deposited into Pablo Aguirre’s account at the Bank of Commerce. The family would also like to thank Alliance Hospice, Compass Life Inc., Pocatello Care and Rehab, and The University of Utah for their loving care and support. Condolences and memories may be shared at

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