Silvia Esperanza Ayarza Fenton

Silvia Fenton


Fenton, SilviaSilvia Esperanza Ayarza Fenton passed away at home on January 18, 2014. Survived by her husband of 25 years, Harry Fenton and sons Harry Fenton III and Shawn Ayarza, Silvia had a love for life and she had a forgiving and loving heart until her illnesses got the best of her. She was preceded in death by her sister Patti.

Silvia moved to the US from Peru when she was six years old. She was the first in her family to pass the citizenship test. She loved the opportunity afforded her here in America. She appreciated the medical professionals that improved her quality of life. Silvia was very friendly and outgoing. Silvia worked at the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for 11 years before receiving disability retirement in 1991. She then volunteered at Church and the India Temple Shrine Circus when her health allowed.

Silvia always saw the best in others and loved the outdoors and she loved seeing people run and play even when she could not. Silvia will be missed by all who loved her.

4 thoughts on “Silvia Esperanza Ayarza Fenton”

  1. Bruce & Stephanie Fraker

    Sorry to hear about Sylvia. Our sympathy to you and the boys/men.

    All our best,

  2. Charlene & Mike Johnson

    Sylvia had a lot of love in her heart for everyone. I will miss her kindness, laughter, bright smile, and laugh … Heaven just got a little sweater and a lot more fun ! Prayers for her family and friends.

  3. John and Mary Brewington

    Sylvia was a fun lady to be around. She laughed at most things and saw Rod Stewart or Madonna in everything! She loved her boys and we will remember her as a fighter against her debilitating disease. God bless Harry, Sean and Trey. We are so sorry for you and your families.

  4. Dear Harry and family,

    Sylvia was a very dear friend. We had a lot of adventures and laughs together. She always had fun and enjoyed life, making others happy wherever she went. I will always remember the time spent together. My heart and prayers are with you. May God walk with you and help you through your time of grief.

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