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Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home

4216 South Bowen Road, Arlington, TX

OBITUARY

Consuelo "Connie" Alonzo

July 10, 1945September 8, 2020
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Consuelo Alonzo was born on July 10, 1945 and passed away on September 8, 2020 at the age of 75. She was a loving Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother.

Services will be held on Thursday September 17th, 11:00am at Saint Maria Goretti 1200 S. Davis, Arlington TX, 76013

Guests are welcome to join a celebration of her life immediately followed.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that plants be sent in their mothers memory.

Services

  • Funeral Mass

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

Memories

Consuelo "Connie" Alonzo

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Zachery Zavala

September 16, 2020

Aunt Connie, you were one of the best aunts I could have asked for. Even though I wasn't around as much as I wanted to be, I still cherish the times I visited you and Uncle Rufus. You welcomed me and made me feel loved everytime I visited. It hurts to know your gone but I am happy to have experienced memories with you. You will always forever have a place in my heart.

Christie Valdez

September 16, 2020

Christie Valdez

September 16, 2020

Christie Valdez

September 16, 2020

My crazy Tia. I don’t even know where to start I have so many memories of you all the good times we had.,, Always laughing and joking and talking about mom and of course always talking about me and Mark and how we would make y’all mad..I My love you Tia❤️ I feel so lost without you. I love all the times I could call you when me and mom were mad and you always made it better. Also you and Uncle Rufus being there for me & Jordan and always guided me when I got lost and I felt like I couldn’t do it you walked me through everything. Only me and you could go the extra mile with that $20!! My dear Tia I love U & miss you so much I know you’re still going to watch over mom and you’re still going to talk to her on a daily basis I love sending you videos of Sam..he always knew we were going to call Tia Connie. I’m going to miss our rides to mom’s doctor, anywhere we went it was never just me and mom we always had and Connie with us even though you were miles away but on the phone.❤️ Who am I going to call and ask you where she’s at when I can’t find her , you always knew even though you weren’t here. Tia Connie, thank you for being a like a mom to me I love you so much! Please give my crazy uncles up there a big hug & Kiss also Big daddy give him a extra hug & kiss.
RIP Tia Connie you will never be forgotten ❤️

Dorothy Carson

September 16, 2020

Bobbie & Family:
Although you cannot hear her voice or see her smile, your Mother walks beside you still just as she did before. She listens to your stories and she wipes away your tears; she wraps her arms around you and she understands your fears. It's just she isn't visible to the human eye, but talk to her in silence and her spirit will reply. You'll feel the love she has for you, you'll hear her in your heart; she's left her human body but your souls will never part. What is lovely never dies but passes into another loveliness. Cherish precious memories which last forever. God Bless You!

Kassi Nance

September 14, 2020

Grandma, oh how I'm gonna miss you so much. I'm so thankful for everything you and grandpa did not only for me but for the boys. You were always there to give advice when I needed it! I will miss our weekly phone calls so so much, we always talked for hours! That has been the hardest so far, not being able to call after every doctor appointment to update you about the baby, but I promise baby Nance will know all about you. I know how excited you were to meet him! And I promise to remind the boys everyday how much you loved them too! I have so many memories with you and I will cherish them forever! You always wanted to make sure everyone was happy, that's what made you such an amazing person! I'm so thankful that I was able to have you as my grandma! You were the best!
I love you grandma! Hugs and Kisses!

Joe Escandon

September 14, 2020

Aunt Connie,
I love you. Thank you so much for always being there for me and my family. You and Uncle Rufus always gave me the best advice and I don’t know where I would be in life if it wasn’t for y’all. I have enough memories of you to last me a lifetime. Thank you for loving me as your own. I will miss you every day. I love you. Rest in paradise.

Shelly Ann Gonzales

September 13, 2020

Aunt Connie,
I was truly blessed to be loved by such a beautiful soul. My memories of you will always be engraved and never forgotten. The love you shared with each one of us will be forever be cherished by us all. If you had a favorite niece or nephew we would never know, because you shared your love so deeply to us all, there is nothing you wouldn’t do for any of us. If we needed you,............you were always there!!!
Reading my cousins share their fondest memories of you, explains just exactly who you were, our family has lost an amazing woman, but gained a precious Angel. I know the selfishness in me wants you here, God healed you and now you are home free of everything. I know you are admiring the gardens in Heaven 🙂. There is just not enough words to express what you meant to me.😭😭😭😭 💔💔💔💔

RIP Aunt Connie

To Uncle Rufus, Bobby, Jessica, Mark and Tammy,
My most heartfelt condolences to you all!
Love you and May the Lord give you all peace and comfort that surpasses all understanding.❤️🙏✝️🙏❤️

Zoe Zavala

September 13, 2020

To Connie, you have touched many hearts, made countless wonderful memories, shared every bit of kindness you had to offer, and will be truly missed. You are loved by so many, beautiful angel.

Always remembered, never forgotten.

Michelle Cruz

September 13, 2020

I love you Aunt Connie ! I don’t know where to begin. I have so many memories with you and to just share one their isn’t enough room! Growing up you have always been there for me . When my Dad would take me over there and I would run into your sliding glass door every time 🤣
Helping my Mom and Dad with my Quince.
I remember living there with y’all while I was in highschool , and having my graduation party there and uncle Bob watering all my boxes trying to clean up! Ha my Dad was so mad ! Coming over and teaching me how to cook when I got my first apartment , because I didn’t know what I was doing ! When Donovan got old enough you and Unlce Rufus would take him to do lawn’s to help me teach him. I’m so grateful you all came to Donovan’s baseball games and we would go eat afterwards. Every hospital procedure my Dad had you would always wait there with me so I wouldn’t be by myself, and distract me with watching a movie. All our home projects when I didn’t know what I was doing you and Uncle Rufus, and Bronco always came and saved the day ! I won’t ever forget our garment change at Jessica’s wedding 🤣🤣🤣 that was a classic moment!
I will cherish all our Wednesday’s going to therapy and sneaking all our food watching movies in the waiting room. Every birthday you always found a way to come see me, and wish me happy birthday! I’m so glad we had one last adventure in August I Love you and will miss you forever ! Keep my Dad and Uncle Bob in line up there and one day we will all be together again!

FROM THE FAMILY

Connie as a little girl

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Connie at the age of 18

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Connie and Rufus the early years

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Hot Momma!

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Mom enjoying her treats!

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Mom, Dad, Tammie and Bobbie

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Mom, Grandma and Aunt Linda

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Mom, Dad, Mark and Jessica at Grandma's Ranch

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Mom in August 1983

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Rufus and Connie with her cat

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