Many authors considered her a vital resource in the history of the King Ranch. El Espíritu Siempre Eterno del México-Americano co-author. Conversational Spanish for Emergency Personnel. Conversational Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers. She has also, for many years, worked to raise funds for scholarships for students attending the University of Houston.
D city of Houston 2011 Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers. She loved to attend church and was always a member of the church choir. Effective Spanish for School Personnel. Southwestern Press, Houston, Texas, 1987. Conversational Spanish for Police Officers, Level I.
Pan American Law Enforcement Coalition, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1987. Townsend Library Press, West Berlin. Pan American Law Enforcement Coalition, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1987. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, November 6, 2018, at 1:00 p. She died peacefully in her sleep and gained her angel wings on All Saints Day.
The University Press of America, Washington, D. The Trap and Other Writings, by Luis Garibay, Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, 1978. Dayton Hudson, Houston, Texas, 1994. Español: Lo Esencial para el Bilingüe co-author. Lupe was a home maker, who loved cooking, sewing, gardening, and reading her bible daily. Pan American Law Enforcement Coalition, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1987. Houston Police Department, Houston, Texas, 1980.
Quintanilla, her son Ernesto S. Conversational Spanish I for Fire Fighters. . In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Hospice of the Big Country, 4601 Hartford St. The Drug Enforcement Agency, Washington, D.
For many years, part of her volunteer activities included teaching Sunday school as a Catechist and working the polls during elections. Fire Department and the City of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1984. Basic Spanish for Police Officers. Lupe and Artemio moved from McAllen, where they had resided for nine years, to southern Taylor county. Quintanilla has been a powerful influence in the Hispanic community where she has worked tirelessly to encourage students to attend a University.
In lieu of flowers, her wishes were to donate to her most treasured charity, St. Fire Department and the City of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1983. A Glimpse at the Hispanic World. Manuals Practical Spanish for Law Enforcement. Along with her employment with the King Ranch, Chickie also worked at the flower shop in Kingsville, Texas for many years.
Houston Police Department, Houston, Texas, 1979. It took a long, long, long time…. Visitation will be from 5:00 p. Pan American Law Enforcement Coalition, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1987. She relished traveling around the world and experiencing the cultures of the numerous countries she visited in her lifetime.
Chickie was an avid angler and hunter of wild game, an expert with a rifle and very much embraced ranch life. Her story has inspired many to continue their education and to succeed. Eakin Press, Austin, Texas, 2002. Reference Manual: Spanish for Law Enforcement. The University Press of America, Washington, D.
She is a popular speaker for local and national conventions where she discusses topics ranging from literature to Spanish for the professions. Major: Multicultural Bilingual, Curriculum and Instruction. Conversational Spanish for Assets Protection Personnel. Quintanilla is survived by her daughter-in-law Raquel Rios Quintanilla of Corpus Christi, Texas; four granddaughters, Pearl Nereida Quintanilla of Corpus Christi, Texas, Priscilla Nadine Quintanilla of San Antonio, Texas, Patricia Ninette Daniel Portales of College Station, Texas and Raquel Janel Richard Flores Quintanilla of San Antonio, Texas; 2 great-grandchildren, Brandon Ernest Joyci Celis Quintanilla and Ramzi Marie Portales; and one great-great grandson, Brandon Orion Quintanilla; and numerous nieces, nephews, and god-children. As one of her proudest moments she was interviewed and recognized in the opening of the King Ranch Museum in Kingsville, Texas. The family would like to give a special heartfelt thank you to the staff at Windcrest Health Care, Fresenius Kidney Care, and Hospice of the Big Country for their compassion and caring.