M, b. 28 August 1926, d. 12 August 2011
Isaac Cuaron|b. 28 Aug 1926\nd. 12 Aug 2011|p103.htm|Florencio Miranda Cuaron|b. 9 Oct 1899\nd. 10 Jan 1995|p17.htm|Refugia Martinez|b. 5 Jun 1904\nd. 9 Feb 2004|p101.htm|Gregorio Cuaron|b. 20 Mar 1872\nd. 6 Mar 1930|p6.htm|Candelaria Miranda|b. 28 Jan 1882\nd. 8 Mar 1947|p7.htm|||||||
|Father||Florencio Miranda Cuaron2 b. 9 Oct 1899, d. 10 Jan 1995|
|Mother||Refugia Martinez2 b. 5 Jun 1904, d. 9 Feb 2004|
|Charts||Decendents of Jesus Cuaron|
Descendents of Jesus Lopez
Decendents of Pilar Miranda
Isaac Cuaron was born on 28 August 1926 at Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico.1,3 Isaac Cuaron served during World War II on the USS Pillsbury D133, a destroyer escort that was responsible for protecting Allied convoys in the North Atlantic from German submarines. He also served for 10 years in the National Guard's 642nd Unit and was a lifelong member of the VFW Post #3242.1 He died on 12 August 2011 at Memorial Medical Center, Las Cruces, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, at age 84.1 He was buried on 20 August 2011 in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Las Cruces, Dona Ana County, New Mexico. He was interred with military honors accorded by a United States Navy Honor Guard and the Marine Corps Leagaue-El Perro Diablo Detachment. Casket bearers were Tom, Eric and Christopher Cuaron, Armando and Andrew Saenz, and Rodolfo Reyes, Sr; honorary bearers were Willie and Jack Cuaron, Tommy Vasquez, Lolo Montes, Tony Avalos, Michael Miller, Eric Chavez and all his great grandsons.1
Isaac Cuaron in US Navy uniform. Photo from his Las Cruces Sun News obituary.
- [S155] The Las Cruces Sun News Obituaries, Isaac Martinez Cuaron, 19 August 2011 Obituary.
- [S155] The Las Cruces Sun News Obituaries, TOMAS MARTINEZ CUARON, 26 Jun 2002 Obituary.
- [S156] 1930 U.S. Census, Dona Ana, Dona Ana County, New Mexico; Enumeration District 2; Supervisor's District 4; Sheet 7B; Dwelling 34; Family 49.