Beatrice Treviño Aniban was born August 5, 1963, in Mt. Vernon, Washington, the second child of Santos and Francisca M. Treviño, and was called to heaven to be with the Lord on June 29, 2019, at the age of 55. She was raised in Grandview and resided there in adulthood until meeting and marrying Ray C. Aniban in 2012. Bea and Ray lived in Kaneohe, Hawaii, at the time of her untimely passing.
Bea lived the majority of her life in Grandview, where she received her 12 years of education, along with attending Yakima Valley Community College. She worked as a CPR instructor and caregiverat Prosser Hospital, as well as a nurse’s aide and served children with disabilities, which she particularly enjoyed, at Washington Migrant Council, prior to her move to Hawaii.
Family gatherings, camping in Hawaii with family and friends, and spending time with her beloved nieces,were some of Bea’s favorite activities. She truly loved all her nieces with the love of a mother. Bea was very family-minded and would go to any length for her loved ones, most particularly for her best friend and mother, Francisca. Bea and Ray planned a much-anticipated August move to Grandview to be closer to her parents and family. Bea was a very generous and giving person and will be fondly remembered for her infectious smile.
While in Grandview, Bea was a member of Blessed Sacrament Church, and in Hawaii, attended Saint Ann Church.
She is survived by her husband Ray C. Aniban and daughter Cherelle Aniban, Kaneohe, HI; parents Santos and Francisca M. Treviño, Grandview, WA; brothers, Joe Treviño (Ally) and Santos Treviño, Jr. (Jessica) of Grandview; and sister, Libby Treviño (Pancho Martinez) of Pasco, WA. Also surviving Bea are five nieces, Alicia T. Peña (Choncy), Veronica T. Sanchez (Stephen), Madison Treviño, Elsa Bea Martinez, and Areesa Treviño along with great-nephews Lorenzo Sanchez, Felipe and Leonel Peña, and great-niece, Gabriella Sanchez; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Bea was preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Teodoro and Francisca Morales; paternal grandparents, Jose Angel and Rita Treviño; aunts Micaela Morales Herrera, Arcadia Montelongo, Noemi Garcia, and Bertha Venecia.
Funeral services will be held Monday July 15, 2019, 10:00 am at Blessed Sacrament Church, Grandview, immediately followed by a Celebration of Life reception in the parish John McDonnell Hall. A private inurnment service will be held later this summer.
Those wishing to sign Bea’s online memorial book may do so at www.funeralhomesmith.com Smith Funeral Home in care of arrangements.
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