Nicole Armijo 


Nicole Armijo

Nicole Armijo was a young spirit who entered Heaven’s gates at the age of 28. Despite Nicole’s medical conditions, she always glorified God and lived her beautiful life to the fullest. 

She graduated from Los Lunas High School in 2014, and was a proud Tiger. She was a Tiger cheerleader for six years, loved going to class and spending time with her friends. She enjoyed going to church and Bible study to learn about Jesus and laugh with her friends.  

She also enjoyed spending quality time with her family, friends and dogs. Nicole enjoyed going to Zumba class, shopping for makeup and purses, going out to eat, going to the movies and getting her nails done.  

Nicole and her family would like to give a big hug and lots of thanks to all her friends who always made her smile and laugh. Thanks to her family who were by her side through everything and supported her every day.  

Thanks to her doctors and nurses who always helped keep Nicole healthy. With the biggest thanks to her loving Mom, who would do everything for Nicole. Nicole’s mom, Collette, was her best friend and gave Nicole everything she wanted. Nicole was a woman filled with the Holy Spirit and had an impact on many people. She was a blessing to many. 

Nicole was preceded in death by her sister, Amanda Armijo; grandpa, Herman Madrid; and uncle, Charles Heine. 

Nicole is survived by her parents, Joe Armijo and Colette Armijo; sibling, Josiah Armijo; maternal grandmother, Deborah Madrid; paternal grandparents, Felix and Lorraine Serna, Nic, and JoAnn Lomas; aunts, Sonya Peraza (Tony husband) and Marisa Diaz (Manuel husband); uncles, Hermann Madrid, Patrick Madrid (Melanie wife) and Kevin Lesperance (Erika wife); cousins, Jenee (Carlos husband), Lyanna, Tonya, Izzy Jr., and Joshua; and several other family and friends. 

Pallbearers will be Patrick Madrid, Tony Lopez, Manual Diaz, Joshua Madrid, Carlos Martinez and Jr. Diaz. Honorary pallbearers are Dominic Anzures, Josiah Armijo and Hermann Madrid.  

Please go to Noblin Funeral Service to find full service times. 

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