Maria Cynthia Salisbury
October 23, 1955  -  March 28, 2019

Maria Cynthia Salisbury

Visitation
Sunset Memorial Funeral Home
6801 E. Business 20
Odessa, TX  79762
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Funeral Service
Sunset Memorial Chapel
6801 E. Business 20
Odessa, TX  79762
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
1:00 PM
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Maria Cynthia Salisbury, age 63, of Odessa, TX passed away on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at UMC in Lubbock, TX.

Visitation will be from 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home.

Funeral Services will be at 1:00 PM, Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Don Caywood of Odessa Christian Faith Center officiating.

Maria was born October 23, 1955 to Enrique and Juana Ramos in Odessa, TX.

Maria is preceded in death by her son, Jason Andres Faulk and her father, Enrique Ybarra Ramos.

She is survived by her daughter, Alexandra Danielle Salisbury and her husband, Isaac Garza; brother, J.R. Ramos and his wife, Jan Ramos; sisters, Ramona Larson and her husband, Kevin Larson, Rebecca Hoppins; brother, Richard Ramos; mother, Juana Ramos; granddaughter, Avery Isabella Palomino and her grandson, Damon Isaac Garza.

The family of Maria Salisbury wish to extend our sincere thanks to all the Doctors and Nurses at UMC Burn ICU in Lubbock, TX who provided phenomenal care.


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  1. Daniel Ramirez
    Odessa, TX

    Maria, I just can't believe you're gone. You are such a fixture up there at the store, such a permanent part of that family; it's just inconceivable that you will not be there anymore. You were part of what made Albertsons (now Marketstreet) for me. Oh, the memories come flooding back now! Mostly I remember those long nights you had to work overtime when you were manager of the Deli and I was crew chief of the night stockers. Virtually every night, you had to work till midnight, or sometimes even to 1 or 2 am, and I would walk you out to your car when you were finally ready to leave. The long conversations we used to have out there in the parking lot were good for both of us : you would unload on me, I would unload on you. We would discuss our jobs, our trials and tribulations, but also so many other things, while standing out there by your car in the empty parking lot under those dark, starlit skies. It was very therapeutic for both of us, I think, but mostly for you, because it very soon became obvious that you had far more trials and responsibilities than I could ever handle. After listening to you, my trials and tribulations never seemed like all that much. I can honestly say I truly enjoyed and appreciated you in so many ways. (I especially appreciated the fact that you would always let me and the night stockers have most of the leftover fried chicken from the Deli!) My love and respect for you has grown SO much over the years. It's going to take some time to get used to not seeing you there every morning in the Seafood Department now. Even though we rarely saw each other in recent years (particularly ever since we became Marketstreet) I shall still miss you. You were still such a permanent fixture up there, someone I would just always expect to see. Thank you so much for your love and friendship. I love and admire you more than words can say, I really do. I only wish I would've said some of these things to you while you were here, but no matter : I shall see you again in Heaven someday. Till then, rest in peace, dear lady. You were a blessing to me.
    "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord . . . that they may rest from their labors, and their works do follow them." (Revelation 14:13)
    P.S. Thanks again for all the fried chicken!

  2. Moni Munoz
    Odessa, TX

    To the most amazing funny women in my life thank you so much for everything you have done for me for taking me under your wing. I will always truly love you and you will always have a spot in my heart I can't believe it's so soon that you have to leave us. I know theres a special spot for you in Heaven. I love you and miss you so much Maria you have no clue.... everybody knows how special you are to me and the one thing I will cherish forever is those red lipstick kisses that you would give me on my cheek
    ....forever you will be missed .

  3. Becky Sharp Widner
    Horseshoe Bay, TX

    My deepest sympathy
    You are in my thoughts and prayers
    Maria will be missed

  4. C & R Gonzalez
    Summerlin, NV

    My precious niece.....I can see your smile with my eyes closed....I can hear your laughter when you talk about your grandchildren and Alex...I love you beyond the stars. I know we will meet again.I miss you. Rest in peace.

  5. Monica Rodriguez Pompa
    Yuma, AZ

    My heart 💔 also is broken for your loss

  6. Alan Hurley
    Odessa, TX

    Maria kind christian lady. Hard worker. She will be miss at Market Street. Prayer 🙏🏻 to her family.🙏🏻

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