Wonderful Santa Clara Pot By FIDEL NARANJO. This pot is approximately 3 1/2" wide x 4 1/2 " tall. No cracks, chips or crazing. You can envision many images looking at this pot.Please examine all pictures very closely as they constitute the majority of the description. Fidel Naranjo "Seng T'sa, " age 82 from Santa Clara Pueblo, passed on in 2018, after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was born on January 22, 1936 to Jose G. & Madeline Naranjo of Santa Clara Pueblo. He was the oldest of four siblings: Joseph, France and Gabriel Naranjo.
After graduating from Española High, he joined the army to serve our country. After his return from the service he married his late wife Tonita Naranjo and went on to have four children of his own: Fidel Jr. Priscilla, Yvonne and Maxine Naranjo. He was blessed with three grandkids and two great-grandkids.
Fidel was a generous man who was always willing to help others. He worked as Director of the Santa Clara Rehabilitation Center for many years, then went into social services where he retired.
He was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing in his beloved Santa Clara canyon. He also loved gardening and at harvest time every year he would share his crop with the community and others. He was a strong person who always saw the positive side in different situations, and never let anything bring him down. He lived life to the fullest and every moment of it. What really put a smile on his face was his love for his great-grandkids Micheala, Toni and Lucas.
Fidel is survived by his mother Madeline G. Naranjo; siblings Joseph and Frances Naranjo; children Fidel Jr.Fidel also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews, and of course his furry four-legged daughter "Okhowa Povi, " grandsons Danny and Anthony Naranjo. Be sure to check out our store for similar items. Upon winning, if you want an invoice with your options and actual cost, please message us and request it. We DOUBLE BOX (with a peanut buffer) 99% of our POTTERY and most other items except jewelry, which gets its own special treatment. Our pots are first wrapped in white tissue paper, then in bubble wrap, then put in a box with peanuts. That box is put in another box with peanuts. We load the box with FRAGILE and GLASS stickers and other appropriate materials for items requiring extra careful packing for non-damaging shock absorption from transit abuse. Nothing worse than a beautiful irreplaceable one-of-a-kind damaged item. We recycle materials whenever possible to be environmentally friendly. Check out our feedback from customers who received a severely damaged, partially crushed, wet, pierced, etc. Outer box but found their item safe and sound in the INNER box. We use appropriate crush-strength boxes and do not skimp on packing materials. If you want special instructions for the carrier, let us know immediately so we can add that to the label. We are not liable for packages left on doors and stolen. So watch the tracking so you know when it arrives. If you require a personal signature, please notify us BEFORE paying so we can send an accurate invoice. Even this is no guarantee as some providers have opted to sign for you that they left it (a lot of good that does). We do not claim to be experts. We are simply provide great pieces at reasonable prices to create a great value. We do our best to document all items accurately and to the best of our knowledge. We try to take photos that are as true to the actual color as we can possibly get. But, keep in mind, every monitor shows colors differently. We attempt to depict any defects or imperfections in the description. However, the pictures are to be considered the majority of the description. If you want additional close-ups or a different angle, feel free to request them.
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