OBITUARY

Juanita Delgado-Cruz

December 11, 1976January 8, 2021
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A wife and a mother like no other. We will miss you, but you will never be forgotten. We will live to honor you for the rest of our lives.

Juanita Delgado-Cruz, 44, of Grand Prairie, TX passed away on January 8, 2021 in Dallas, TX. Juanita was born in Pontiac, Illinois on December 11, 1976. Juanita married Saul Cruz on May 29, 2004 in Dallas, TX. She worked as an executive assistant for the City of Dallas in the Aviation department. Juanita was an active member of the A.C.T.S. group for the catholic church, Our Lady of Lourdes in West Dallas. Juanita Delgado-Cruz loved spending time with her family. She was the happiest when surrounded by family, especially her children.

Juanita Delgado-Cruz is preceded in death by her brother Javier Delgado. Juanita Delgado-Cruz is survived by her husband Saul Cruz, son’s Danny Davila Jr, Ricky Davila and her daughter Abygail Janely Cruz; precious grandchildren Celeste Aliyah Davila and Michael Anthony Davila; her parents Jorge Delgado and Rosa Delgado; siblings Maria Elena Delgado, Maria Gabriella Miller, Jorge Delgado Jr and Patricia Hernandez and sister Jennifer Sanchez; brothers-in-law Marlon Cordero, Larry Miller, Carlos Hernandez, Eloy Cruz, Rogelio Cruz Jr, Miguel Cruz and Ivan Cruz. She also had fifteen nephews and nieces, five great nephews and nieces and Noah Anthony Olaiz, who was special to her heart.

Pallbearers will be her son’s Danny Davila Jr and Ricky Davila. Her brother Jorge Delgado Jr and brothers-in-law Carlos Hernandez, Marlon Cordero and Rogelio Cruz Jr.

The family of Juanita Delgado-Cruz would like to extend our sincerest thanks to all our family and friends, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, City of Dallas and all the lives that she impacted during her time in this world. She is now a warrior angel for our Lord and watching over all of us. May she rest in peace.

Juanita Delgado-Cruz, 44, de Grand Prairie, TX falleció el 8 de Enero de 2021 en Dallas, TX. Juanita nació en Pontiac, Illinois el 11 de Diciembre de 1976. Juanita se casó con Saul Cruz el 29 de Mayo de 2004 en Dallas, TX. Trabajó como asistente ejecutiva para la Ciudad de Dallas en el departamento de aviacion. Juanita era miembro activa del grupo A.C.T.S. para la iglesia Católica, Nuestra Señora de Lourdes en West Dallas. Juanita Delgado-Cruz amaba pasar el tiempo con su familia. Era más feliz cuando estaba rodeada de familia, especialmente sus hijos.

Juanita Delgado-Cruz es precedido en muerte por su hermano Javier Delgado. Juanita Delgado-Cruz le sobrevive su esposo Saul Cruz, hijos Danny Davila, Ricky Davila y su hija Abygail Janely Cruz; sus nietos preciosos Celeste Aliyah Davila y Michael Anthony Davila; sus padres Jorge Delgado y Rosa Delgado; sus hermanos Maria Elena Delgado, Maria Gabriella Miller, Jorge Delgado Jr, Patricia Hernandez y su hermana Jennifer Sanchez; sus cuñados Marlon Cordero, Larry Miller, Carlos Hernandez, Eloy Cruz, Rogelio Cruz Jr, Miguel Cruz y Ivan Cruz. Tuvo quince sobrinos y sobrinas, cinco sobrinos nietos y Noah Anthony Olaiz, que era especial en su corazon.

Los portadores de féretro serán sus hijos Danny Davila y Ricky Davila. Su hermano Jorge Delgado Jr y cuñados Carlos Hernandez, Marlon Cordero y Rogelio Cruz Jr.

La familia de Juanita Delgado-Cruz desea extender nuestro sincere agradecimiento a toda nuestra familia y amigos, la iglesia Católica Nuestra Señora de Lourdes, las ciudad de Dallas y todas las vidas que ella impacto durante su tiempo en este mundo. Ahora es un angel guerrero de nuestro Senor y nos va a cuidar a todos. ¡Descanse en paz!

Services

20 January

Mass of Christian Burial

12:00 pm

Our Lady of Lourdes

5605 Bernal Dr.
Dallas , TX 75212

20 January

Committal

2:00 pm

Calvary Hill Cemetery

3235 Lombardy Ln
Dallas, Texas 75220

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

  • Rosary Service

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Malu Piñon-Castro

January 20, 2021

Deepest condolences from our family. Such a beautiful person. I didn’t know her but sat near her during mass and admired her beautiful long hair. Prayers for strength and peace of hearts for her family. May she Rest In Peace and the perpetual light shine upon her...🙏🏽💕✝️😔

Derrick Francis

January 20, 2021

Juanita was always kind and giving. She was a wonderful person to work with. We were usually the first two people in the office in the morning. On my first day with the department, she offered me one of her extra lanyards when I didn’t have one. I still wear it every day and I will remember how welcome she made me feel. She will be missed.

Mary Salazar Villanueva

January 20, 2021

You will be missed but never forgotten 💔 love you dearly. Not a goodbye, but Till we meet again. Cyber hugs to Heaven mija. Love you. Condolences to all my family

Tonyan Geans

January 20, 2021

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. May the peace of God cover you and your family.

Ms. Tonyan Geans
City of Dallas-Aviation Department

Mary Salazar

January 19, 2021

My condolences to the family. May the lord bless you all keeping family in prayer 🙏
Qauta Mary A Salazar
San Antonio Tx

Cheryl Nichols

January 15, 2021

My sweet friend from the City of Dallas. I was so sorry to hear this sad news. She was a sweet and thoughtful lady and friend, and she will be dearly missed. My condolences to her dear family and prayers for her loved ones.

Sheneice Hughes

January 15, 2021

Juanita's spirit was always evident to me from the moments I saw her on the elevator at City Hall until she came to work at the Department of Aviation. She was definitely a devoted woman of God. Her inspiration was her family, and she honored them every chance she got. She was proud of you all, and it showed all over her face every time she spoke of you.

The Department of Aviation was honored to be in her presence. She made a great impact in everything she did. We will always cherish and miss her. Her legacy lives on in me and everyone who worked with her. She was sweet, sassy, caring, intelligent, hard-working and diligent.

I pray that God gives you peace and that the memories you made with her will sustain you until you see her again.

Mary Heitmeyer

January 13, 2021

I will always remember Sweet Janie as a woman with a Heart of Gold. She touched my life and my heart in so many ways and she will be deeply missed...

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