It is with great sadness we report that on December 24, 2023, Albert E. Miera, age 58, went to be with the Lord. Albert is preceded in death by his mother, Merlinda Dimas, his father Willie, his Sister Pearl, Brother Eloy Miera. He is survived by his loving Children Mark Miera, and Felicia Miera, his ex wife and best friend Anna Martinez, His loving Grandchildren. Zion Miera, Erika Lamotte, Benjamin Miera, Jeremiah Armijo, Michael Lamotte, Annalise Lamotte, Noah Lamotte, Michael Silva, Aliannah Silva. His Son in-law Michael Silva, His daughter in-law Leanna Lamotte, his Sister Diana Miera,God daughter Luana Miera His loving Girlfriend Danielle Bartsch, Nephews, Jose, Jacob, Robert Thomas, Guillermo. Nieces, Letty, Irene, Pearl. Aunties uncles and Cousins.
Albert grew up in Albuquerque and graduated from Albuquerque High he Graduated with a scholarship to UNM and was scouted to be a Olympic Swimmer. He continued with college and received several certificates.
Albert Miera was a dad. He had 2 kids even though he claimed to be a dad to 4 he loved our spouses. He loved his kids very much we were his life. If we ever needed him he was always there no matter what. I would always say "my dad can do it he can do anything". I was the biggest daddy's girl and I love him so very much. He was a grandpa of 9. He was honestly the best grandpa he would always call his grandchildren, come over visit them, go with us places so he can spoil them on our outings. They were so in love with their grandpa and always looking forward to getting the little goodies he would bring them if it was a bag of chips a candy a toy because he never came empty handed. He was so fun. He was a brother, a partner, a cousin, a family member and a friend to many and honestly the most down to earth easy going person. He wouldn't judge anyone and he had the biggest heart always willing to help everyone and I mean every one. One of my favorite memories of my dad I have was in the winter. He had just bought himself a jacket a really nice jacket. It was snowing and we were driving. As we were driving we passed a homeless man that was in the snow with no jacket. My dad pulled over and ran to the homeless man and give him his new jacket right off of his back. Then he came back to the vehicle jacketless we went to go buy the man food and took it to him. He helped family friends and strangers. I loved him! Now we have to let his lessons and love move us forward in life and be good to our neighbors.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the compassionate professionals of
Trujillo Family Funeral Home
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