Rita Ayala

4 September, 193418 November, 2020

Rita Ayala was born on September 4, 1934 and passed away on November 18, 2020 and is under the care of Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park.

Committal Service will be held on November 22, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 6300 West William Cannon Drive, Austin, TX.

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  • Committal Service

    Sunday, 22 November , 2020


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Luis Barroso

November 25, 2020

Despite the fact I didn't have the pleasure to know Mrs. Ayala, by working with her daughter Rita, I can depict her as a strong personality, fully of energy and joy. Lucky enough for still having my parents among us, I would like to express, on behalf of Siemens family, our condolences to the entire family and friends.

Sonny Doyle

November 22, 2020

To Rita Ayala who I called mom. She loved me, always greeted me with a smile, made me feel at home, and enjoyed going places. I’m going to miss you and can’t wait to see you again in Heaven. I will always love you.

Jesse Trevino

November 22, 2020

I’m going to remember our precious moments going to second hand store, H‑E‑B, McDonald’s, picking pecans, and especially spending time together. I love you so much and you will be missed terribly.

Jesse Trevino Sr.

November 22, 2020

I am going to miss you so much, I will always remember your favorite things. Like spending time together, picking pecans, going to your second hand. You always wanted to stop at McDonald’s For an ice cream cone. You also loved going to H‑E‑B. I am going to miss you Te quiero muncho y que Dios te cuide esta que los veamosun de Nuevo.

Mary Trevino

November 21, 2020

My farewells to Rita , my mom-in-law., Thank you for sharing your humor and wittiness, you had a way of making me crackup. I was lucky to have seen such love and caring feelings shown by you for your children and family. Rest assured I will continue to enjoy and be by your son Soters side and pretty sure he’ll be Sharing silly funny stories of you and brothers and sisters.
God be with you always, rest.
Love Mary Trevino:

Sotero Trevino

November 21, 2020

My mom was not a very social person. If you knew her you were lucky, she was always very caring to those she loved. She loved :

1. Her sons and daughters
2. Grandkids
2. Her dogs a source of companionship
3. Wrestling

Our mom went through many hardships, always hoping for the best. I will miss her sarcasm, humor, and love. Rest In Peace dear mom say hello to Sylvia for us, until we meet again