Ofelia Guaderrama Death, Obituary – We were saddened to hear about the passing of one of our very own, and we wanted to extend our deepest condolences to you and your family at this difficult time. We were startled to learn of the passing of one of our very own. We are sorry that you have gone through this difficult time and loss. As a consequence of an illness, Ofelia “Ranger” Guaderrama, a United States Border Patrol Agent who served in the United States Border Patrol Laredo Sector West and held the rank of Class 697, passed away on January 8, 2023. She was assigned to the United States Border Patrol Laredo Sector West.
Since she was a little girl, Guaderrama has been working as a patrol agent for the United States Border Patrol. Ofelia “Ranger” Guaderrama served as a Border Patrol agent with the United States Border Patrol in the Laredo Sector West. Her monicker in the agency was “Ranger.” Her most recent job was with the United States Border Patrol in the Laredo Sector West. Before that, she worked there for a while. On the website for the LWR BP MWR, it is written that “We are glad that we spent the time that we spent with her since she was an extremely modest and pleasant person.” In your prayers, please keep in mind to include not just her, but also her spouse, loved ones, and the rest of her green family as a whole.
Please remember to include all of them. I want to express my gratitude for the fact that you have stated that you want to continue to include them in your thoughts and intentions moving ahead. An announcement regarding the funeral services that are going to be held will be made at some point in the not-too-distant future. While she and all of her Mean Green Brothers and Sisters are going through this difficult time, we want her to know that she and all of her Mean Green Brothers and Sisters are in our thoughts and prayers. In addition to that, we want her to be aware that we are considering them. In addition, we want them to be aware that we are praying for them and thinking of them frequently. We feel it is important for them to know that we care. Always put honor first, and under no circumstances at any point in your life should you ever be ready to give it up. May God grant you eternal rest, Ofelia