Oh what a vibrant, selfless, bold energy we have lost. Jesus swooped down, and carried her to Heaven September the 27th. The family has peace knowing she is with The lord, whom she had the deepest connection with. Her faith was strong, and prayer was her answer to everything. We also have peace knowing she was greeted at those golden gates by her parents Adolfo Gauna, and Bertha Fisher. Brothers Jackie and Bill fisher, and her Nephew Mark Hererra (Her Mawky) While she is up there dancing, She left family and friends behind with a broken heart. A void that cannot be filled. Our Mom, Muh Muh, Grammy, Nanny, Sissy, Auntie TooToo, Auntie Tooney, Boss, neighbor, mentor, friend, and so much more. She loved so big. For Her sister June Fisher, and roommate Richard, their weekend car rides will never be the same.
Tooney proudly dedicated 34 years to the Midwest New Mexico Community Action Program. Serving Grants, and surrounding areas. Her passion for helping people was so admirable. Her position, and program allowed her to help the less fortunate. She was able to distribute food to residents who needed it. Pay utilities for any one struggling to make ends meet, and use funding to purchase wood and propane, to keep her clients warm all winter. It wasn’t a job to her, it was something that came so natural. Anyone who knew Eloisa knew when she wanted something, you just respected it. The family is respecting her wishes to not have services. The immediate family will eat, and celebrate her life as she requested. In Lieu of flowers, the family is asking you pay it forward in Tooneys honor to someone in need. If you’re in line at a store, and see someone counting change to pay for a loaf of bread, offer to pay for it. If you see a child who could use a pair of shoes, or a jacket, do what you can to help. Look around and be mindful for anyone in need. Hold the door open for strangers, Say hello with a smile, and don’t forget to laugh, it was her favorite thing…I can hear her now. Lastly pray for her, and your loved ones. She must’ve said a thousand times “We are not promised tomorrow, so make the most of today” She was so right. I’ll close with what she ended every nightly conversation with. A phrase we will all deeply miss…”Sleep with the Angels”
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