OBITUARY

Elizabeth Elisardo Padilla

December 6, 1935February 5, 2021

Elizabeth Elisardo Padilla was born in Cuero, Texas on December 6, 1935 to Prajedis Elisardo and Genoveva Moreno. Upon moving to Taft she met her husband, and started her family. She then moved to Dallas with her children and husband Santos Padilla Sr. with whom she shared 63 wonderful years with. Elizabeth was the most caring, loving person that one could ever have the joy of knowing. She cherished her family and friends and brightened every room with her smile. She was a deeply devout Catholic and was active in the church. After losing her husband, Elizabeth continued on until peacefully passing away on February 5th, 2021 surrounded by family and loved ones. Elizabeth will be remembered for being a spirited and humble mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She may have left us, but she was joined into the arms of her dear husband. Elizabeth is preceded in death by her sons, Sidney Joe Padilla, Sandy Lee Padilla and daughter, Patricia Padilla. She is survived by her sons Santos Samuel Jr. and wife Lisa, Simson Saul and wife Esmeralda, and Simon Peter and Robin Padilla Groce; her daughter, Sarah Ann Martinez and husband Moises; her grandchildren, Christopher, Elena Cardoza, Graciela, Gabriela, Nicole, Anthony, David Martinez, Michael Martinez, Angelica Martinez, and Elizabeth Martinez; her great grandchildren, Marco, Marisa, Mathew, Jaelyn, Christopher Jr., Isaiah, Juliana.

A visitation for Elizabeth will be held February 26, 2021 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Calvary Hill Funeral Home Chapel, with a rosary at 7:00 PM. A mass of Christian burial will be February 27, 2021 at 11:00 AM at St. Elizabeth of Hungary, 4015 S Hampton Rd, Dallas, Texas 75224. A committal will follow at Calvary Hill Cemetery, 3235 Lombardy Ln, Dallas, Texas 75220.

In accordance with local, state, and federal government, including CDC directives, we ask everyone attending funeral services to wear a mask and practice social distancing. There will be limited seating for services. For everyone’s safety please honor the family from a distance. We kindly thank you in advance.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.calvaryhilldallas.com for the Padilla family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, February 26, 2021

  • Rosary

    Friday, February 26, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Committal

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

Memories

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Hilsa Lugo

February 24, 2021

My Beautiful Tia Tootsie ♥️
I and so many have many wonderful memories of this Amazing ,kind , giving and loving woman ♥️ Her gentle heart and charismatic being made it easy to love her ... I don’t ever remember her saying an ugly thing about anyone & reminding me the importance of forgiveness... Good people pass away she will be missed by many🥲 My last Conversation with her was so refreshing she was just being her beautiful spirited self. Jesus decided to take you home with him and you will reign With all those who went before you in the heavens.... I love you Tia yesterday today & always... your niece Hita ♥️♥️♥️

Gonzales Family

February 21, 2021

Our condolences to our childhood friends ... Sammy, Simson, Peter, and Sarah. Your mother could truly light-up a room with her happy smile and kind spirit. We all loved her dearly!

-Ginny, Tony, Louise, and Mrs. Gonzales

Susie Aleman

February 16, 2021

Sending so much love and prayers to Elizabeth’s family during this difficult time. I met Santos & Elizabeth at least 20 years ago when I started serving as a Eucharistic Minister at Noon Mass at St. Elizabeth. They both showed me the ropes on how to set up for Mass, where to stand and how to properly clean up. Little did I know that this was the start of a beautiful friendship. I was immediately drawn to them because they reminded me of my own grandparents and Santos and my grandfather shared the same name. For the next 20+ years, we would sit behind them at Mass and I always admired how he looked after her and she after him. She’d turn his Church Missile to the right page for him and they’d always hold each other’s hands. We eventually both switched over to 10 am Mass and it was the highlight of my Sunday to get a big hug from them both. They would call me, my mom and my sister, “Mijita” and they treated us like family. We looked forward to seeing them at Midnight Mass, Easter, their April 1st Anniversary (which they knew was also my birthday) and all of the other big celebrations. Over the years, they met our family and we met theirs. They were there for us when my mother passed away and they were constantly in our prayers through the years. I’m grateful to have had their positive influence and their love in my life. I will miss their big hugs, walking with them and holding their hands and most especially how they would tell me that they love me. As sad as I am with Elizabeth’s passing, I am overjoyed to know that she has been reunited with her true love, Santos. I’m thankful that she introduced us to her beautiful family and look forward to building our family’s friendship for many years to come. Here's a picture I took in 2012 at the St. Elizabeth Jamaica. Love you, guys!

Mary Castillo

February 13, 2021

My condolences to all the family. Elizabeth was a beautiful lady who always had a beautiful smile on her face. I met her and Santos when I started taking them communion to their home. May the Repose of Her Soul Rest In Peace. 🙏🏼

Hilma Golden

February 12, 2021

All of my love and prayers to all of the family. May the Lord Jesus sustain you all during this time of loss of the most precious angel He blessed you with.
My beautiful memories of her will be forever close in my heart. She was the most kind and gentle Tia God could have ever blessed me with.
Though we were separated by miles and time my thoughts of her are forever close in my heart.
Her loving spirit left an eternal gift from God on my soul.
Love forever, Eme

Connie Ramirez

February 11, 2021

May God be with the family during this difficult time. God bless you all. We’re here for you all. May she rest in perpetual peace.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY