Anadelia Cervantez Fierro

  • Anadelia Cervantez Fierro
    Anadelia Cervantez Fierro

Anadelia (Nana) Fierro received her angel wings at the age of 76 due to complications from lung and brain cancer on November 9, 2020. She will once again be reunited with her husband Mac Fierro.

Nana was born on January 31, 1944 and raised in Ozona, Texas. She married Maclovio Fierro Jr. on August 29, 1959 making their home in Ozona where they raised their three children.

She is survived by her daughters Elda and Elsa Fierro and her son Eric and wife Anna Fierro. She had one granddaughter Ashley Powell and husband Ross and two great-grandchildren Adelyn Mae and Mason Warren Powell. Nana had a very special love and bond with her granddaughter Ashley and great-granddaughter Addie. They were her pride and joy and she always loved going to go visit them. Nana was unable to meet her new great grandson Mason.

She was preceded in death by her parents Catarino and Lilly Cervantez Sr., brother Humberto and sister Linda. She has three brothers Catarino and Simplicia, Lionel and Lilia, and Romaldo and Lupe Cervantez.

Nana worked for Crockett County Care Center as a dietician for 28 years. She always loved to cook, bake, sew, make crafts, and travel. She was a member at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Las Guadalupanas, and Las Crusiestas.

She was able to cross off her bucket list of going to South Dakota to see Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, and Sturgis. Also traveling to Wyoming to see Devils Tower and Colorado to go up to Pikes Peak. She loved spending time with all her family.

She was affectionately known as “Nugget” by all her nephews, nieces, great nephews and great nieces. She cherished every moment spent with them and loved them all dearly.

During her last two years she developed the love of fishing with her brother at Rough Canyon. She loved being out on the boat sightseeing, swimming, and fishing. There was never a dull moment and the conversations and laughter were priceless. Memorial Services were

Memorial Services were held on November 12, 2020 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Father Felix. Graveside services followed at Cedar Hill Cemetery by Kerbow Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. We would like to thank everyone for all their prayers, love, support, and kindness during our mother’s illness. She was our family rock and will be missed dearly.