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Zyanna Ranea Montoya, of Bloomfield, New Mexico, Passed on September 6th, 2022 in Farmington, New Mexico. Zyanna was full of life and loved animals. She loved hugs and would hug everyone she knew. Zyanna loved to draw with all colors, and this love of color and art came out when she did her make-up. Zyanna is survived by her parents Manuel Montoya Sr. and Angela Martinez (Damien), her brothers (Lisa) Manuel Montoya Jr., Cephrin Lujan, Ezekiel Montoya, and Averyon Padilla, her grandparents Raymond and Olivia Montoya, Christine and Herman Lujan, and Richard and Catherine Martinez, her great-grandfather Raynel Martinez, her niece Kensely Montoya, numerous aunts uncles and cousins, god parents Grace Carpenter, and Aaron Montoya, and an honorary mention to Renee Solcum whom played a big part of raising Zyanna as well. There will be a gathering held in Zyanna’s memory at Salmon Park in Bloomfield, New Mexico on Friday, October 7th at 7:00 PM. A rosary will be held at St.Mary’s Catholic Church in Bloomfield on October 8th, 2022 at 9:00 AM; with a mass to follow at 10:00 AM. Zyanna’s interment will take place after her services at the Catholic Church at Bloomfield Catholic Cemetery. The family would like to invite anyone willing to attend a reception at St.Mary’s Parish Hall in Bloomfield starting at 1:00 PM. Donations in Zyanna’s name can be made to Messila Valley Mental Health In Las Cruces, New Mexico. Services provided by Alternative Choice Funeral and Cremation

Posted online on October 04, 2022

Published in The Farmington Daily Times