Rosa A Davila

September 12, 1961November 15, 2020

Rosa A. Davila, 59, of Corpus Christi, TX passed away on November 15, 2020 with her family by her side. Rosa was born to the late Antonio Martinez Sr. and Delfina Martinez on September 12, 1961 in Corpus Christi, TX. She was a graduate of Foy H. Moody High School, worked for the City of Corpus Christi for 5 years, and was a lifelong resident of Corpus Christi.

Rosa was married to Carlos Perales, the love of her life for 20 years. She is survived by her mother, Delfina Martinez; her daughters, Stephanie Davila (Rosalio) and Samantha Davila (Juan); her three grandsons, Robert Lee Chapa Jr., Andrew Jacob Vela and Brandon Edward Vela; four sisters and one brother, Isabel Saldana of San Antonio, TX, Yolanda Cantu (Abel), Diana Gonzales (Juan), Antonio Martinez Jr. (Lydia) all of Corpus Christi, and Beatrice Castro of Victoria, TX; numerous nephews, nieces, and friends. Rosa was preceded in death by her father, Antonio Martinez Sr. and sister, Linda Martinez.

Rosa was a strong, hardworking, independent woman. She was a devoted mother and grandmother and loved spending time with her family. She had a carefree spirit and was a jokester who enjoyed making people laugh. Rosa loved unconditionally and never hesitated to help those in need. She was loved by many and will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all who knew her.

Visitation will be held at Funeraria del Angel, 549 Cheyenne St. on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 9:00 am. A Holy Rosary/Liturgy Service will follow at 10:00 am. Services will conclude after. To offer condolences visit or our Facebook page, Funeraria del Angel Cheyenne



4 December

Holy Rosary/Liturgy Services

10:00 am

Funeraria Del Angel

549 Cheyenne St
Corpus Christi, Texas 78405

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Lamar Ayala

December 3, 2020

Rosie, my cousin, may you rest in peace. You are in the Divine presence of Our Lord and can rest in peace. You now join All our loving relatives whom have passed. What a joy. Tell them that we miss them all and love them and never forgotten by us. Rest in peace, prima. We will see each other again someday.

Debra Granados

November 28, 2020

Well what can I say about my aunt Rosie. She was my care free spirited, I don’t give a hoot, strong, told it like it was, and funny aunt who also was the type of person that loved Miguel and I unconditionally. There are many memories that I have of her but the one that sticks out the most and counts the most was when Miguel and I moved back to CC and it seemed like the whole world was against my relationship with Miguel but she didn’t care and she welcomed us with open arms and got me a job at CC Produce. She took me under her wing and wouldn’t let anyone mess with her baby niece (her words not mine) lol. Our talks we had during work and after work were the best. How often she told me she loved me and to be happy. I’m glad I was able to tell her how much she meant to me the very last visit we had. I’m going to miss her but as so many others have mentioned I’m glad that she is pain free and can finally Rest In Peace. Love you bunches 😘 Debbie and Miguel Granados

Leslie Williams Crews

November 28, 2020

As the tears fall from my eyes while I’m typing this, a smile peaks through because I remember some many great memories of you. Your smile, your laugh, but most importantly your dedication and love for your children. I remember being in elementary and walking across the street to your house after school. You would sit up and laugh with us, give us rides when we wanted to go somewhere, and you allowed us to talk to you about anything. My heart goes out to your family. Steph has your strength and perseverance. She’s a strong woman because of the amazing strong parents you and her father were to her. You have a new body now free of sickness. I can only imagine how it is to be in Heaven. I’ll see you again!


November 25, 2020

One of my favorite memories is a story that Rosie and Ama always tell ,but I was too young to remember myself. That we lived next door to Ama and Grandpa and before Rosie even went home she would stop by our house and pick me up and take me with her to Ama's house. All the summers I spent there with her ,all the laughs, all the love, I have it in my heart. I know she was welcomed to her Heavenly Home by her father and sister,and even though we are heartbroken It heals my heart to know that she is whole again,and pain free. I love you Rosie....until we meet again.
Your niece

Stephanie Davila

November 25, 2020

Mama, there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you. I miss you so much already. As I sit here and think of all you have ever done for me I'm overcome with joy to have had such a wonderful Mother like you. I feel so lost without you already. What am I going to do with out you? As much as it hurts me I know you are pain free and no longer suffering. I love you so much Mama. More than you'll ever know!


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