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Enedina G. Muñoz (Annie)

December 14, 1929 – August 20, 2022


Enedina G. Muñoz (Annie) was born on December 14,1929 in Phoenix, Arizona. She passed away peacefully on August 20, 2022 at home in Apache Junction, Arizona surrounded by her family.  She was raised in Ray Sonora, Arizona where she met the love of her life Magdaleno M. Muñoz, they got married on September 21, 1952 and had 2 children together. 

She worked as a waitress at her sister Elivras restaurant for 10 years.  She cared for multiple children out of their home for many years.

She loved her family,dancing, going shopping ,watching her Novelas and Baseball with her husband, especially the Diamondbacks! She even had the opportunity to go to game 7 of the 2001 World Series! She loved every minute of being there! 

Enedina is survived by her daughter Sandra (Greg) Thorpe. Grandchildren: Carlos (Rebecca) Muñoz, Adam (Amy) Muñoz, Mallory (Cory) Blackwood, Natasha (Victor) Chavez and Gavin Thorpe. Great-Grandchildren: Steve, Nathan, Hunter, Max, Maya, Dylan, Grace, Easton, Elijah  and Penelope. Her sisters Esther Celis & Carmen Huerta. 

Enedina proceeded in death by her husband Magdaleno M. Muñoz. Parents Hilario and Maria Granillo, son Steve Muñoz, daughter-in-law Bonnie Muñoz, great-grandson Alexander Chavez, Brother John Granillo, sisters Elvira Manriquez & Lucy Bonillas. 

She will be missed but never forgotten.

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  1. Rob Blackwood says:

    Nana was a classy women who grew old with grace . Nana understood that family was more important than anything in life and I was fortunate to witness her beautiful gift that she gave to Me , My Wife , Her Grandkids , My Grandkids , I will never forget Nana she is honestly true perfection of a Women , Wife and a Nana . I’m honored that her blood runs strong in my Grandchildren. Rest In Peace but remember it’s time to dance with Tata .

  2. Bullard Family says:

    We are so sorry that your hearts are having to go through another major family loss. May your beautiful Nana rest in peace. Our heartfelt condolences to everyone! Prayers, hugs & love to all.

  3. Mallory Blackwood says:

    I’ll miss you forever nana , you made me the woman, mom I am today and hopefully one day I can be just as good of a nana as you are. You and Tata showed me what a marriage and family is all about. Can’t thank you enough for everything you did for all of us!

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Enedina G. Muñoz (Annie)

December 14, 1929 – August 20, 2022


Enedina G. Muñoz (Annie) was born on December 14,1929 in Phoenix, Arizona. She passed away peacefully on August 20, 2022 at home in Apache Junction, Arizona surrounded by her family.  She was raised in Ray Sonora, Arizona where she met the love of her life Magdaleno M. Muñoz, they got married on September 21, 1952 and had 2 children together. 

She worked as a waitress at her sister Elivras restaurant for 10 years.  She cared for multiple children out of their home for many years.

She loved her family,dancing, going shopping ,watching her Novelas and Baseball with her husband, especially the Diamondbacks! She even had the opportunity to go to game 7 of the 2001 World Series! She loved every minute of being there! 

Enedina is survived by her daughter Sandra (Greg) Thorpe. Grandchildren: Carlos (Rebecca) Muñoz, Adam (Amy) Muñoz, Mallory (Cory) Blackwood, Natasha (Victor) Chavez and Gavin Thorpe. Great-Grandchildren: Steve, Nathan, Hunter, Max, Maya, Dylan, Grace, Easton, Elijah  and Penelope. Her sisters Esther Celis & Carmen Huerta. 

Enedina proceeded in death by her husband Magdaleno M. Muñoz. Parents Hilario and Maria Granillo, son Steve Muñoz, daughter-in-law Bonnie Muñoz, great-grandson Alexander Chavez, Brother John Granillo, sisters Elvira Manriquez & Lucy Bonillas. 

She will be missed but never forgotten.

3 responses to “Enedina G. Muñoz (Annie)”

  1. Rob Blackwood says:

    Nana was a classy women who grew old with grace . Nana understood that family was more important than anything in life and I was fortunate to witness her beautiful gift that she gave to Me , My Wife , Her Grandkids , My Grandkids , I will never forget Nana she is honestly true perfection of a Women , Wife and a Nana . I’m honored that her blood runs strong in my Grandchildren. Rest In Peace but remember it’s time to dance with Tata .

  2. Bullard Family says:

    We are so sorry that your hearts are having to go through another major family loss. May your beautiful Nana rest in peace. Our heartfelt condolences to everyone! Prayers, hugs & love to all.

  3. Mallory Blackwood says:

    I’ll miss you forever nana , you made me the woman, mom I am today and hopefully one day I can be just as good of a nana as you are. You and Tata showed me what a marriage and family is all about. Can’t thank you enough for everything you did for all of us!

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