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Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery

18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, TX

OBITUARY

Maria Romo Collins

25 January, 19773 January, 2020
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Maria Romo Collins, born January 25, 1977, of Conroe, TX passed away January 3, 2020. She was a 1995 graduate of Milby High School in Houston, TX. She also attended the University of Houston and University of Phoenix acquiring her MBA in Business Managment in 2006. She was a Juvenile Probation Officer for Harris County Juvenile Probation in Houston, TX. She was a vibrant soul. When she entered any room her smile could light it up. Her sassy wit was full of entertaining sarcastic humor and intelligence. She loved to travel and had many hobbies from photography, camping, hiking, fishing, singing, and dancing. She partipated in the Children Ministries at Lakewood Church in Houston, TX. She was a member of the Ark in Conroe, TX.

Maria is survied by her husband Paul Collins and children Chase Collins and Alexis Collins of Conroe, TX. Parents Tony Romo and Julia Garcia Romo of New Caney, Texas. Sister, Rita Romo Ayala and husband Gilbert Ayala of New Caney, TX. Sister, Christina Romo of Houston, TX. Niece, Celisia Quiroga Cruz and Husband Arthur Cruz. Niece,Clarissa Celeste Quiroga of Houston, TX. Nephew, Gilbert Ayala III of New Caney, TX. Niece, Maya Bonilla of Humble, TX. Great Neice, Adelina Cruz of Houston, TX.

Maria is Preceded in death by her nephew, Corey Alexander Quiroga.

Her funeral service will be held at Forest Park the Woodlands, 18000 I-45S, The Woodlands, TX on Friday, January 10 at 2PM with visitation beginning at 1PM.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, 10 January , 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, 10 January , 2020

Memories

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Christina Romo

12 January 2020

You were my bestfriend, partner in crime, secret keeper, and favorite sister!
I was honored to have you live in my house the last days of your life. I didn't want to sleep thinking I would miss your departure from this world.... I told you everything I needed to while you were here. I gave you all the love I possibly could while you were here as well...
Remember to visit me in my dreams... Don't do any scary stuff like popping out from under the bed, ok?
I'll miss your smile and laughter always!! We'll always have Hawaii....

P.s. Kiss Corey for me and take care of him until we meet again!! I love and miss you!!

Veronica Hernandez

10 January 2020

My most deepest condolences to Tony, Julia, Rita, and Christina and the rest of the family. I had the privilege of knowing Maria and her loving parents and sisters during the early days at St. Alphonsus church. It was nice to have the girls sing in our English choir. My prayers will continue to be for the family and for Maria's husband and sweet children. May the Lord wrap his loving arms around the family with tender loving care.

Brenda Young

7 January 2020

Maria, we will forever hold you in our hearts. We have truly learned from,
Your strength, as a wonderful mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, friend.
We will always respect all you went through in your hardships and distinguished ways,
Your ability to hold yourself with such dignity and pride in all your days,
Your beauty shines in us all who were lucky to be part of your devoted family.
We will carry you in our eyes, minds, and hearts;
your beautiful smile, unconditional love and sensual laughter,
You are taking a little part of us with you as you follow your angels who will guide you to your
precious place,

Michelle Hardcastle

7 January 2020

💗Sending lotsa love and prayers to all my extended family. May God wrap his peace and loving arms around you all at this time of need!! 💗 sincerely, Philip and Michelle (Romo) Hardcastle

Clarissa Quiroga

7 January 2020

You loved exotic music, instrumentals, and broadway musicals. My most vivid memory is you teaching me how to yodle. I can still hear your voice saying "Now say, Yodil-ay-yoldil-ay-yoldilaaaay-hee-whooo." I will always remember you just this way, with a kind, happy spirit and your love for dancing and jumping around with me to music! Your love for red lipstick, and dark color painted toes. Rest in peace Turkey face. -Your pumperknickle baby cakes!

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Biography

Maria Romo Collins, born January 25, 1977, of Conroe, TX, passed away January 3, 2020. She was a 1995 graduate of Milby High School in Houston, TX. She also attended the University of Houston and University of Phoenix acquiring her MBA in Business Managment in 2006. She was a Juvenile Probation Officer for Harris County Juvenile Probation in Houston, TX. She was a vibrant soul. When she entered any room her smile could light it up. Her sassy wit was full of entertaining sarcastic humor and intelligence. She loved to travel and had many hobbies from photography, camping, hiking, fishing, singing, and dancing. She partipated in the Children Ministries at Lakewood Church in Houston, TX. She was a member of the Ark in Conroe, TX.

Maria is survied by her husband Paul Collins and children Chase Collins and Alexis Collins of Conroe, TX. Parents Tony Romo and Julia Garcia Romo of New Caney, Texas. Sister, Rita Romo Ayala and husband Gilbert Ayala of New Caney, TX. Sister, Christina Romo of Houston, TX. Niece, Celisia Quiroga Cruz and Husband Arthur Cruz. Niece,Clarissa Celeste Quiroga of Houston, TX. Nephew, Gilbert Ayala III of New Caney, TX. Niece, Maya Bonilla of Humble, TX. Great Niece, Adelina Cruz of Houston, TX.

Maria is Preceded in death by her nephew, Corey Alexander Quiroga.

Her funeral service will be held at Forest Park the Woodlands, 18000 I-45S, The Woodlands, TX on Friday, January 10 at 2PM with visitation beginning at 1PM.