May 27, 1925 – June 23, 2020
Betty G. Gonzalez, age 95, passed away on June 23, 2020 in Mabank, TX. She was born on May 27, 1925 in Rosebud, TX to Felip Gonzales and Susie Palos. She married Cipriano Reyes Gonzalez and the couple had 3 children. In her spare time Betty enjoyed cooking, sewing and quilting. She enjoyed gardening. She loved spending time with her grandkids and great-grandkids. Her Family and friend will always remember her as an outspoken and family oriented.
She is preceded in death by: Her Husband Cipriano Reyes Gonzalez; three of her sons, Cipriano Gonzalez Jr, Rudy Gonzales and Johnny G Santos; and David Duran (spouse of granddaughter)
Survived by: numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Friday, July 3, 2020
July 2, 2020
Our deepest condolences to the Family. Grandma Betty was an awesome Lady. She was full of Strength and she loved her Family. We are keeping You all in our thoughts and prayers.
With Much Loving Sympathy,
The Gutierrez Family
June 30, 2020
Ms Gonzalez was like a mother to me Haven t seen her since her son my friend Johnny passed away she was a scholar of God a friend a mother and a true saint of God I hope to cross those gates Ms Gonzalez and see you again and all my friends with you until then I will remember you as woman of God a mother to all as she passed through those life's she touched to Ms Shelly Ms Leslie and family God is with you as her spirit still is love you all mike
June 27, 2020
You taught me so much, especially your love of cooking. I remember you teaching me your famous mole recipe and making apple empanadas together. You always had your crispy tacos waiting on me when I got home from school. Your love for your family was amazing. I will never, ever forget you. I’m so sorry I didn’t get the chance to say goodbye. I will always love you with all my heart.
- Shelly Santos Carrasco
June 26, 2020
What I remember the most about you is your kind hospitality given to me, Rozanne, and Mother and Daddy (Mr. and Mrs. Telesforo Gonzales) whenever we visited you during our youth. Wow, back then, we thought the ride between Dallas and Fort Worth was long and we were so happy to spend time with you, Johnny, Cip and Rudy. You made the absolute best banana pudding and it was amazing how there was always plenty for everyone. Now, you can join your big brother, along with our dear Aunt Geneva who God decided to bring this same week. To Leslie and Shelly, we are sorry for your loss of your dear Grandmother. Rest in peace.
In Love and Prayer,
Eva (Gonzales) Cortez