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Carmen Mejia Rosenbaum

16 juillet 19438 mai 2021

Carmen Mejia Rosenbaum, 77, of Baytown died peacefully on May 8, 2021 surrounded by her loving family at her daughter’s home; she was born to Tomas and Piedad Mejia, July 16, 1943 in Brownsville, TX, where she lived until she married to her sweetheart, Efrain Rosenbaum. She attended Falcon High school, in Brownsville TX. She worked for The Head Start Program for 30 plus years, Covestro and Wal-Mart. She always had a beautiful smile and never met a stranger, she enjoyed casinos, bingo, bargains, traveling cross country, cooking and making her famous tortillas and tasty hot sauces. She was a social butterfly; she had a love for family and friends, children, but especially babies, but most of all, her faith, and her church, Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Carmen is preceded in death by her husband of 32 years Efrain Rosenbaum, parents Tomas and Piedad Mejia, her brothers, Tomas Jr., Manuel, and Jesus Mejia, all of Brownsville and her companion of 21 years Robert H. Bullard. She is survived by her sisters, Ninfa and Joe Ramirez and Antonia Mejia, her children and spouses daughter Shirley and Brian Moffitt of Corona CA, Efrain Rosenbaum Jr. of Maysville KY and Jesse and Sandra Rosenbaum-Garza of Baytown TX. Grandchildren include Brandon Kingcaid, Alyssa Johnson, Alexis Oviedo, Jessica and Donald McFarland and Marissa Garza; Nicholas and Whitney Rosenbaum, Miranda Rosenbaum, Levi and Melissa Rosenbaum and Alex and Ashley (fiancée) Rosenbaum, and their mother, Kristi Rosenbaum, Great grandchildren are Isabella and Harper Rosenbaum of Maysville, KY and Jazzmen Williams and Ivyy McFarland of Baytown, TX. Special thanks to caregivers, Antonia Mejia, Maria Dillard, and Sandra Rosenbaum-Garza and her lifelong friends Maria Lewis and Emma Gomez. The family will receive friends for visitation in Baytown on Thursday, May 13, 2021, from 5 pm -8 pm at Navarre Funeral Home, 2444 Rollingbrook Dr., Baytown,TX . Brownsville visitation will be on Saturday, May 15, 2021 from 9:00 am-11:00 am at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 1200 Lincoln St., Brownsville, TX with funeral mass to begin at 11:00 am. Interment will follow in Buena Vista Memorial Park.

Services

services précédents:

  • Visitation

    jeudi, 13 mai , 2021

  • Visitation

    samedi, 15 mai , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    samedi, 15 mai , 2021

AUTRES SERVICES:

  • Committal Service

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Kerry Scheu

14 mai , 2021

Carmen was a very sweet, God-fearing woman who was kind, but tough, and never let me and Shirley get away with anything! She ruled her home with a gentle, but firm hand, and was always smiling. She rarely forgot ANYTHING- neither a detail of the story, or a face. I was so happy when I visited her recently, and she knew right away who I was! She will be greatly missed, but we shall see her in her new home one day!!!

Fallon Fontenelle

14 mai , 2021

Worked with Ms. Carmen at Walmart and never once had a “bad day” it seemed, and if she did nobody knew! Hilarious, sweet, energetic and just all around AMAZING, and tell it like it is 😄She never let me be sad and ALWAYS made me smile in some way no matter what! Total shock to me still but heaven has gained a wonderful soul. My prayers and condolences to all of the family 😇😇😇

Sandra Rease

13 mai , 2021

My husband, Paul, and I wish to extend our deepest condolences to the family of my cousin Carmen. When I was a little girl I remember her joyful personality and her ever-present smile. I often babysat her daughter, Shirley when she lived close to my parents' house, Tony and Emilia Petrarca. She will be missed.

Charity Lowery

13 mai , 2021

Mrs Carmen was the sweetest lady. Always very helpful. I worked with Carmen at wal-mart. Carmen always had that pretty smile on her face and could make you laugh. Prayers for the family as Mrs Carmen will be deeply missed.
Miss you always, Charity Lowery

Angelica Estrellita Sanabria (Gomez)

10 mai , 2021

We grew up very close to Carmen. My mom and Carmen were very close friends. I have so many memories of her. She was the most sweetest, soft-spoken woman I had ever met. She always treated us with love and once she saw we grew up and had our own children she loved them just like she did us when we were little. I love you Carmen! Thank you for always being so loving to our family and an amazing friend to my mom.

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