Antonia Estrada Nieto, age 87, was born on February 23, 1934. She passed away in her home surrounded by family in Safford, Arizona. She had been a member of the community since 1975. Antonia was born to her mother, Amelia Trujillo, in Wickenburg and had two siblings, Dora Pacheco and Eleanor Ramirez.\n \nAntonia attended school in Jerome and married her husband, Frank T. Nieto, on March 13, 1954. She and Frank had three children of their own, Frank E. Nieto, Christine Jackson, and Johnny Nieto. Antonia and Frank have 13 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren.\n \nAntonia loved spending time with her family, whether that was taking camping and fishing trips or just enjoying each other's company. She had a loving, funny, and caring character who loved to tease her loved ones, especially Frank. She would always call her loving husband 'Bombo.' Antonia loved her husband more than life itself. She was a devoted wife, mother, and Nana. If you visited her house, you could count on always leaving with a full belly. Her love and devotion for Christ were strong, and she was a woman of faith. She always had a kind word for everyone.\n \nShe is survived by her loving husband, Frank T. Nieto, sons Frank Nieto, Jr. and Johnny Nieto, and daughter Christine Jackson. Along with her daughter-in-law Dina Nieto, 13 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren. \n \nAntonia is preceded in death by her mother Amelia and sisters Dora and Eleanor. \n \nYou can shed tears that I'm gone,\nOr you can smile because I've lived,\nYour heart can be empty\nBecause you can't see me,\nOr you can let it be full of \nThe love that we shared\nYou can remember me\nAnd think only that I'm gone,\nOr you can cherish\nMy memory and let it live on\nYou can live in the sorrows of yesterday\nOr you can do what \nI would want for you:\nGreet tomorrow with hope, \nLove and go on.\n \nServices will take place at a later date.