Adeline Hernandez
June 21, 1948  -  October 9, 2017

Adeline Hernandez

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Adeline Hernandez passed away on October 9, 2017 at her home. She was born in Roswell, NM to Francisco Hernandez and Trinedad Navarrette. She was a big Denver Bronco fan.

Those left to cherish Adeline’s memory are, sons, Robert and Mike Hernandez, daughter Yvette and husband, Raul De La Rosa; adopted daughter, Annette and husband, Aldo Aguirre; grandchildren, Breanna, Robert, Alyssa Hernandez, Marna, Mike, Marana Hernandez, Katrina, Samuel, Dominique De La Rosa, David and Josh Guajaca, Anthony and Michael Aguirre and four great grandchildren; three sisters and one brother.

Preceding Adeline in death are her parents, husband Samuel Najar, brother Mike Hernandez, sister DaLinda Hernandez and special nephew David Davis.

To honor Mrs. Hernandez request, no services will be held.

The Time is Now
If you are ever going to love me,
Love me now, while I can know
The sweet and tender feelings
Which from true affection flow.
Love me now
While I am living,
Do not wait until I’m gone
And then have it chiseled in marble,
Sweet words on ice-cold stone.
If you have tender thoughts of me,
Please, tell me now,
If you wait until I am sleeping,
Never to awaken,
There will be death between us,
And I won’t hear you then.
So, if you love me, even a little bit,
Let me know it while I am living
So I can treasure it.


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  1. Kathy Escandon
    El Paso, TX

    I am so sorry we didn't get to visit with you again but know you are with my Mom and all of our family members. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family still here!

    Kathy (aka Ramona's Daughter)

  2. Irma Villarreal
    Albuquerque, NM

    I love you so much. Many of us are sad. I'll see you sometime soon. Keep singing with the angels Tia. You are now resting and in good hands. I love you always & you are in my thoughts. Love you.
    Your niece,
    Irma Villarreal & Family

  3. nadia hernandez
    roswell, NM

    Oh aunt Nena you were my favorite Tia all I could remember is good times playing cards at your house us hiding from you and my Dad while we were right under your noses. I love you Tia R.I.P

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