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Tanya Macias, dedicated wife, mother and cosmetologist

Modified: Wednesday, Jan 2nd, 2013

Tanya Michelle Macias, 40 of Flagstaff, went home to be with her Lord on Dec. 3, 2012.

Tanya was born Nov. 28, 1972, in Longmont, Colo.

She was a devoted wife, mother, cosmetologist and cheer coach.

She put her entire heart into each one of these responsibilities each and every day. She was best at each and every one. Anyone who has ever been involved in any aspect of her life knows she will be sorely missed.

Tanya gave birth to her beautiful baby girl Shea, Feb. 9, 1996. Tanya met the love of her life, Tim, in December 2001. They were married April 13, 2002, and shared a special bond. It was Feb. 9, 2006, that they completed their family with the addition of their son Braden. Her husband, children, family and friends were her main priority in life. Anyone who knew her considered her a very giving person with a heart of gold.

For the last two years she devoted herself to the Coconino High School cheer squad. Tanya’s mission was to make all of her “girls” and the cheer squad the best. Under her guidance, the cheer squad had qualified for nationals in her first year as coach and qualified for state both years.

She is survived by her husband of 10 years Tim, daughter Shea and son Braden.

In addition she is also survived by her father and stepmother, David and Sally Six, her mother and stepfather Donna and Mark Price, and her maternal grandparents Don and Doris Boston of Page.

She is survived by 13 brothers and sisters; Todd (Tina); Terra (Jeff); Christine; Coral (Kirk), David Jr.; Seth (Jessi), Joseph (Jaylynn); Kristopher (Amanda); Kathy; Marcus (Samantha); Dana; Michael and Dawn.

She is also survived by her aunt Diann (Rudy) Fornero of Williams, and uncles Daniel (Judy), David (Christina), Douglas (Jody) Boston of Page, and a number of cousins.

Services were held Friday, Dec. 7, at Greenlaw Baptist Church.

In lieu of flowers please make any donations to the Coconino High School Cheerleading Squad!!

Arangements were under the direction of Norvel Owens Mortuary.

Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.norvelowensmortuary.com.

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