Alejandra B. Huerta (1937-2020)

Alejandra B. Huerta (1937-2020)

Alejandra B. Huerta passed away peacefully at home on July 1, 2020 surrounded by her family. Alejandra was born on July 17, 1937 in Purisima, Guanajuato Mexico to Ramon Becerra and Genoveva Alba. Alejandra was a resident of Ventura County for 56 years.
Alejandra married Paulino Huerta in 1959. They were married for 60 years. Together they raised their three children Beatriz, George, and Ramon. She worked at the Olga Co. in Santa Paula and Fillmore as a garment inspector for 15 years.
Alejandra enjoyed cooking for her family, especially making her family's favorite delicious rice. She also enjoyed shopping and her early morning walks with her husband Paulino and friends. She looked forward to trips to Mexico, going to Chumash Casino and to Las Vegas. Most of all Alejandra loved spending time with her family, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, hosting and attending family gatherings.
Alejandra will be greatly missed by her family and many friends who knew her as a compassionate and loving person who never turned anyone away and kept her door open to anyone who needed help.
Alejandra is preceded in death by her parents Ramon and Genoveva, her sister Soledad and brother Cosme and is survived by her siblings Antonio Becerra, Felipe (Angeles) Becerra, Frank (Gloria) Becerra, Antonia (Francisco) Perez and Guadalupe Gamino. She is also survived by her husband of 60 years Paulino Huerta, daughter Beatriz (Ray) Acosta, sons George (Liz) Huerta and Ramon (Shelley) Huerta; grandchildren Nicole, Brianna (Chuy), Arianna, Patricia, Jah-Leesa (Mike), Cheyenne, Sierra, Bailey, Tanner, and ten great grandchildren. She will be deeply missed by her family, numerous relatives and friends.
We would like to thank Mission Hospice for their attentive care of our beloved mother/grandmother. A viewing will be held on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 8:00 am at Perez Family Funeral Home in Fillmore. Followed by a Rosary and Funeral Mass at Saint Francis of Assisi Church. Internment to follow at Bardsdale Cemetery.