Cicil Sena Obituary, Cause Of Death – Cecilio “Cecil” Alphonso Sena, age 90, was called to his everlasting resting place on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, at his home in Clovis, New Mexico. He passed away quietly at his house before he was called to his eternal resting place. He called the state of New Mexico his home. The celebration of life graveside service will take place at Mission Garden of Memories on Thursday, December 12 at 2:00 p.m. The address for Mission Garden of Memories is 3600 W. 7th st. in Clovis, New Mexico. Deacon Daniel Chavez, of the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, will serve as the event’s presider and preside over the ceremony.
In the city of Clovis, New Mexico, the interment will take place at the Mission Garden of Remembrance, which can be found at 3600 W. 7th st. On November 21st, 1929, Cecil R. Sena made his debut into the world in Clovis, New Mexico. His father’s name was Manuel R. Sena, and his mother’s name was Serafina (Duran). Cecil had seven younger siblings, although he was the oldest of the bunch. Amelia Aragon, Theresa Naylor, Arthur Sena , Elijio Sena , Jose Sena, Angelina Sena. At Cecil’s departure, he leaves behind only his wife of 63 years, Lucy(Madrid) Sena. She is the only one he ever loved.
There are five children: Howell “Frank” Sena, who lives in Evansville, Tennessee; Catherine “Della” Evans and her husband Rick, who live in Box Elder, South Dakota; Carmen Zondor, who lives in Warrensburg, Missouri; Mary Sanders and her husband Mitch, who live in Lubbock, Texas; and John Sena, who lives in Clovis, New Mexico. Cecil has 16 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild. He also has 32 great great grandchildren. Also, he has thirty-two great-great grandkids. He was the uncle of a lot of nieces and nephews who were all related to one other. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Manuel R. Sena and Serafina Sena, his parents Manuel R. Sena and Serafina Sena, his sister Angelina Sena, his brothers Amos Sena and Jose Sena, and his grandson Kirk Sena.
His marriage to Lucianita “Lucy” Madrid took place at Gonzales Ranch in Las Vegas, New Mexico, on January 14, 1956. Cecil fought in the United States Army during the Korean War and is a veteran of that branch of the service. Cecil was not only successful in the business world but also ran a radio and television repair firm out of his home. At the time, he worked for the state of New Mexico as a truck inspector at the port of entry in Texico, which is located in New Mexico. He worked for 26 years at a job he cherished before deciding to retire. In Clovis, New Mexico, Cecil was a former member of the Third Order of St. Francis and went to school at Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Cecil was a kind and compassionate man who had a deep devotion to his family and to God. He served as our guide and instructor throughout life. His passions included working with a variety of applications on his computer and playing flamenco guitar. He had a passion for the study of physics and was an avid artist and cartoonist. When he was a young man, Buck Rogers was his favorite comic book. He was the author of some lovely poetry. Gregorian chant was one of his favorite musical genres to listen to. He found great satisfaction in watching films of Roman Catholic Mass and listening to the music of the choir. He treasured the time he got to spend with God, his wife, and all of his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.