OBITUARY

Guadalupe DE LA GARZA

December 12, 1932June 22, 2020

Maria Guadalupe De La Garza passed away June 22, 2020 at her home in Carrollton, Texas. Born Maria Guadalupe Gibbs on December 12, 1932 in Taxco, México to Clarence Edgar Gibbs and Esperanza Basurto Gibbs, she lost her mother in 1940; her father moved the family to Dallas in 1943. She met and then married George De La Garza in 1959; they had one son, George, Jr. Preceded in death by her parents, sister Margo Pardue, and husband. Survived by her son, sister Angela Gibbs, brother William Gibbs and numerous relatives and friends. The family would like to thank Encompass Health and Brookhaven Nursing & Rehabilitation. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America:

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Pat Amezquita

June 29, 2020

Lupe was one of the most wonderful ladies I’ve known in my lifetime. We were neighbors for many years and spent many Saturday evenings having lots of fun and awesome food with Lupe and George. I am heartbroken that she has left us but know she’s in a heavenly place.

Amparo DeLaGarza

June 27, 2020

I loved my Tia Lupe so much. She was always smiling when I saw her and always gave me a great hug. Her love and beauty was amazing to me as I was growing up, she as so elegant and kind. The last time I saw her was at my Uncle George's ( her husband) memorial and he face lit and and she hugged me ! She said to me, "Mija you look great, never get old !" If only 😚 I will see you in heaven Tia and look forward to your hug and smile 😊

Lynda Conallis

June 26, 2020

Sisters enjoying their last Thanksgiving together. They had so much fun. I cannot remember the last time I had heard my mom have a full blown conversation in Spanish. Good times to cherish💕

Lynda Conallis

June 26, 2020

Sisters enjoying their last Thanksgiving together. They had so much fun. I had not heard mom carry on a conversation in Spanish in years. Good times to cherish. 💕

Sharon Martin

June 26, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Your Mom looks like a princess in this picture. She was so beautiful. It is so hard to lose your parents. Sending love and prayers to you my friend.

Sharon

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