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Eunetta Marie Leal

12 septembre , 195530 mai , 2019
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Eunetta Marie Leal, age 63, entered heaven peacefully meeting her Creator on Thursday, May 30, 2019 while surrounded by her family. Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Connally/Compton Funeral Directors with Pastor Darrell Price officiating. Graveside to follow at Bosqueville Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Friday, June 7, at the funeral home. Eunetta was born September 12, 1955 to Homer and Euretta (Ware) Wallis in Waco, Texas. She was a longtime resident of Waco. Eunetta graduated from Richfield High School in 1973. She married the love of her life, Nabor Leal on February 14, 1981 they had 38 wonderful years together. Eunetta worked as a Physical Therapist Assistant where she discovered a passion for working with people with dementia, Parkinson's, and other neurological disorders. She helped people believe in themselves. She was a faithful member of Family Worship Center, where she was a prayer warrior for her church family, and a spiritual mother to many. Eunetta enjoyed gardening, sewing, and shopping, but spending time with her family and all of her grandchildren was her favorite. She was preceded in death by her parents, Homer and Euretta Wallis; brother, Eldred Wallis. Survivors include her husband, Nabor Leal of Waco; sons, Nabor E. Leal and wife, Sharlene of Waco, Dionicio Leal and wife, Erika of Waco, and Leobardo Leal of Waco; daughter, Kathryn Leal Diaz and husband, Daniel of Waco; grandchildren: Mekinnah, Zane, Max, Nabor J, Zaylah, and Jordan Leal; brother, Charles Wallis of College Station and sisters, Kathryn Boy of Waco, Margaret Mallory and husband, Charles of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Shirley Wallis of Waco; numerous nieces, nephews, and a host of friends. The family would like to thank the staff at Texas Oncology, St. Catherine’s, Providence ER & Hospital along with Providence Hospice for the care given to their mother.

Pallbearers: Nabor Leal, Nabor E. Leal, Dionicio Leal, Leobardo Leal, Daniel Diaz and Jefferson Humphrey.

  • FAMILLE

  • Eunetta was preceded in death by her parents, Homer and Euretta Wallis; brother, Eldred Wallis.

    Survivors include her husband, Nabor Leal of Waco; sons, Nabor E. Leal and wife, Sharlene of Waco, Dionicio Leal and wife, Erika of Waco, and Leobardo Leal of Waco; daughter, Kathryn Leal Diaz and husband, Daniel of Waco; grandchildren: Mekinnah, Zane, Max, Nabor J, Zaylah, and Jordan Leal; brother, Charles Wallis of College Station and sisters, Kathryn Boy of Waco, Margaret Mallory and husband, Charles of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Shirley Wallis of Waco; numerous nieces, nephews.
  • PORTEURS

  • Nabor Leal
  • Nabor E. Leal
  • Dionicio Leal
  • Leobardo Leal
  • Daniel Diaz
  • Jefferson Humphrey

Services

  • Visitation vendredi, 7 juin , 2019
  • Funeral Service samedi, 8 juin , 2019

Souvenirs

Eunetta Marie Leal

Connie Woodson

7 juin , 2019

I am thankful for the times Netta and I shared together as friends doing aerobics with Christian music we created and afterward Bible Study with other ladies. Netta was a great wife for Nabor and Mother to Nabor Eldred and Dionicio She was an inspiration to be around. Thanks for the memories, Netta. Until we meet again.

Laura McFee

6 juin , 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. I lived on Lawrence dr. growing up. My mom bought Mary Kay from Eunettas mom and 2 years ago when my mom needed help Eunetta was her therapist. She was loving and caring so I am really sad for her family. A great loss.

George IV Etter

5 juin , 2019

Eunetta and Nabor were dear friends of ours, from many years ago on Reuter Street in Waco. My son, Bryan Adams, sadly no longer with us, lived one block down on the 27th Street corner and I worked at Sears, Waco, 1995-2005. Bryan and I left Waco in April 2006, but, we exchanged Christmas cards with Eunetta and Nabor for many years afterward. I send my deep sympathies and condolences to Nabor and all of the Family.


Eunetta's kindness and caring will always remain in our memories. Our happy memories provide us with that strength and resilience that we need when we lose those who are dear to us.

Danny Tomlinson

5 juin , 2019

All of us at Providence Hospice would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mrs. Leal. It was obvious that she shared her life and faith with those around her. We consider it and honor and a privilege to be a small part of her life and to provide care and comfort in her final days. May you all know the peace, love and grace from God in the weeks and months ahead. you will remain in our thoughts and prayers.
Chaplain Danny Tomlinson
Providence Hospice

Teresa Gonzales

5 juin , 2019

I want to say that mrs Eunetta was a good friend and very strong woman and kind to everyone , I especially want to say that she love my son like her owe and I am very happy and bless to have meant her threw our boy's and our church FWC , will be miss very much 😥😔⚘🙏.

Pam Bradbbury

4 juin , 2019

Such a beautiful,wonderful personam so glad IHad the privilege to know herGod be with this family in their time of sorrow she will be greatly missed

Cindy McManus

4 juin , 2019

Leal Family,

It was my pleasure to work with Eunetta at Valley Mills. I was the lone social worker sharing an office with therapy. What a blessing that turned out to be for me. I not only found a great co-worker, but a better friend. We were like a small family back there. We laughed together; we cried together; we shared heartfelt stories of our loved ones.

Everything she did, she did with faith and trust in our Lord. I learned so much watching her work. Once my precious little chihuahua, Molly, stopped walking. I took everything I could remember Eunetta doing with residents and I modified them and I worked with Molly and she walked again. That was because of Eunetta. That was a blessing to me and my husband.

I will always remember her big, beautiful smile. The impact she had on me will live forever in my heart.

Peace be yours.

Breanne & Thomas Melendez

4 juin , 2019

Leal Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time. I know she was a Godly woman and would not want any of you to be sad for her, but though we are spirit beings our flesh can sometimes get the best of us. He understands your hurts and pains but I hope that you are comforted in knowing she is at peace and there is so much joy to come, for you and her! She was such a beautiful soul always smiling, always kind. Never an ill word spoken. Always full of grace and joy! She glowed anytime I saw her and she was so contagious with her love and laughter! Now she is shining even brighter!

Love and blessings to you all!

Bre and Thomas Melendez

Tonya Ramirez

4 juin , 2019

What a wonderful woman to know and to serve the Lord with. She has left a lasting legacy and I’m proud to be able to take up the baton she passed down!

With all our love,
Tonya and Thomas

Patsy Hoffman

4 juin , 2019

You are in my prayers to all of the family. May God be with you and in your healing . She is at peace no pain with her beautiful wings.

Love Ya'll
Patsy Hoffman and
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