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Anita DeLeon

Anita Rubio "Ana" DeLeon (Rubio)

Sunday, November 20th, 1955 - Saturday, August 1st, 2020
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Anita “Ana” Rubio DeLeon, age 64, of Temple passed from this life during the late hours of Saturday, August 1, 2020 at a Temple Hospital. Anita was born in Lubbock, TX on the 20th day of November 1955 to parents Jose Rubio and Edvina Peralez (Gonzales).

Anita came to Temple in 1995 and has been a resident ever since. Anita was a stay at home mom who watched over her disabled son Fernando Cruz. After his death she decided to attend Temple College where she proceeded to become an LVN. On November 8, 2002 Anita married the love of her life Jessie DeLeon. Anita was a great mother who shared her unconditional love with her family. Even when things were not going the way she planned she loved life no matter what. Anita enjoyed traveling with her husband in the 18-wheeler and going on many adventures. Anita loved waking up first thing in the morning drinking coffee, cutting coupons, and working in the yard. Anita was always trying to figure out how to better herself.

She is proceeded in death by her parents Jose and Edvina (Gonzales), brother Steven Rubio, and son Fernando Steven Cruz.

Anita leaves behind to cherish her memory her Husband Jessie DeLeon of Temple, two sons Gabriel and Rebecca Rubio Ruiz of Lubbock and Jessie ReaDonna, two daughters Yvonne Ruiz Jimenez of Lubbock and Jessica Ann Cruz, grandchildren: Stephanie Lynn Jimenez, Leeanna Franjess Jimenez, John Jimenez Jr., Fernando Ray Jimenez, Estrayah Jimenez, Abriella Nicole Ruiz, Gabriel Jr. Ruiz, Azayleea Anaya Marie Jimenez, Paislee Bella Jimenez, John Jimenez III, Josiah Jimenez, Solicity Jimenez two great great-grandchildren Lenze Mikey Aribella Guerra and Micky Guerra Jr. She also leaves her 5 siblings, John Rubio and wife Emma, Raman Rubio and wife Madi, Olga Alonzo and husband Martin, Rosalind and husband Tommy and Sylvia Gonzales.

Funeral services are pending.

Hewett-Arney Funeral Home of Temple is entrusted with the arrangements.
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Rebecca Moore

Posted at 03:24am
I’ve known Anita over 15 years and worked side by side with her during our nursing careers. Anita would speak of her family frequently and the bond she shared was unbreakable. She loved her family with all her ❤️. Losing Anita is devastating to all. I’m going to miss her infectious beautiful smile and her laughter I’ll never forget. Anita was a faithful servant and would give to anyone in need without hesitation. That was her nature always giving to others. Although our hearts are broken, we all have special memories of you as you have touched all our lives. We’ll never forget you my dear beautiful friend. I thank God we crossed paths and I’ll see you again one day. Love you Anita🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾❤️❤️❤️💔💔💔
 
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Vanessa Hall Posted at 12:19pm

My name is Vanessa and I was a home healthcare nurse whom took care of Fernando. I came to treasure my friendship with Anita and her family. Her compassion for her family was top. She would give the shirt on her back for someone in need. I was so proud when she wet on to be a nurse as she could provide care for others. It was in her soul. I love you Anita and look forward to meet again on earth paradise. May you Rest In Peace my friend.
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