Audelia V. Torres, 76, of Knox City, passed away Friday, March 5, 2021 in Abilene. A graveside service was held Thursday, March 11, 2021 at Willow Cemetery. Condolences may be made at www.haskellfuneralhometx.com.
Audelia was born Aug. 15, 1944 in Charco, the daughter of the late Alfredo Valerio and Carolina Montez Valerio. For 22 plus years, she worked in the cafeteria for Haskell CISD, retiring in 1998. She enjoyed going to casinos, getting her nails done, sewing and crocheting.
Audelia was a member of St. George Catholic Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Pete Torres, Sr.; husband John Nanez; son Uvaldo Valerio; brothers Alfredo Valerio, Jr., Fernando Valerio; great-grandson Jayce Cannon Abila; grandson-in-law Anthony Moreno; and daughter-in-law Mary Ann Torres.
Audelia is survived by her daughter Linda Abila and husband Mario of Knox City; son Pete Torres, J.R. and wife Kay Lynn of The Woodlands; grandchildren Lezli Molina and husband Fernando of Olney, Lindsey Abila and Freddie Ruiz of Knox City, Mealinda Moreno of Haskell, Mario Abila III and Jessica of Knox City, Allison Torres of Conroe, Christian Abila and Maggie Arismendez of Haskell; great-grandchildren Noah, Emilee, Blake, Zander, Lexi, Eliana, Juliana, Justus, A.J., Jaycee, Easton Zaviah, Rebecca and two on the way; sisters, Geneva Herrera of Wellington, Maria Luisa Resio of Mathis, Hortencia Paiz and husband Alberto of Abernathy; daughter-in-law Sofia Valerio of Mathis; sisters-in-law Rosie Valerio, Gloria Valerio; nieces nephews, extended family and a host of dear friends.