OBITUARY

Rosaura M Lopez

January 26, 1933April 4, 2021

Funeral Services for Rosaura M Lopez 88 of Palm Coast will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 2:00 PM in the chapel of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home, 511 Old Kings Road S. Flagler Beach. The family will receive friends on Saturday from 12:00 PM (Noon) until the time of services. Interment in Cape Canaveral Cemetery will be held privately. Mrs. Lopez a resident of Palm Coast since 1978 coming from Corpus Christi TX passed away Sunday April 4, 2021 surrounded at home by her loving family. She was born in Alpine TX on January 26, 1933 a daughter of the late Enquire and Juanita Macias Mirles. She attended St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church and Santa Maria del Mar Catholic Church. Mrs. Lopez enjoyed bowling, playing cards, cooking; dancing to salsa music and music from the 1950’s-80’s a good polka dance and loved having kids in her home all the time. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to many. Surviving are her husband of 65 years, Jose M. Lopez, two daughters, Sandra Forgash and her husband Hal of Palm Coast, Selina Lopez of Palm Coast, two sons, Jose M. Lopez Jr and his wife Cheryl of Plain City OH, Jesus Contreras and his wife Esther of Chandler AZ, twelve grandchildren, five great grandchildren, three sisters, Beatrice LaBarre, Teresa Rodriguez, and Maria Hernandez all of El Paso TX, two brothers, Enquire Mirles of Fresno CA and Alberto Mirles of El Paso TX and several nieces and nephews. The family suggests in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Arrangements are in the care and trust of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home.

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Beto and Julie Mireles

April 10, 2021

To my sister, I am going to miss our conversations, and how you would call me “Bombis” and “mi carnal Marcelo”. I am grateful now seeing how you would keep me from making the wrong decisions, even though it would make me really angry, I understand you were just trying to keep me on the right path. I finally forgive you. I love you forever and always.
- Beto

You’re brother “Bombis” and I are sorry that we were unable to go with you to your favorite casinos in Biloxi. I’ll be missing our trips with you and Mario on all those mini vacations. I will never forget our time together at the cleaners. I’ll never forget our first “drive” to go eat Mamas Panacitos. :)I love you, and God bless you and the whole family.
- Julie

The Mireles send their love from El Paso, Texas.

Keith Grabinger

April 10, 2021

Aunt Chata, I will always remember how important family is because of you and Uncle Mario. Whenever there was an important family event, you were there to share tears in moments of sorrow and dance with joy in times of celebration, no matter the distance. We will miss you.

Dino Rigas

April 10, 2021

Mama,
thank you for helping me through the difficult times in my life, thank you for being there for me, when l had no one you light up my life with courage and kept me going...
- How can l forget the weekends front of the TV watching cartoons with lots of pickles chips and popcorn ...

Mama- We are born in the dark and we end up in that very same place and surely we will meet there again.

-I have always thought about you, all of the Lopez family with kindness and respect.

I am human who has made many mistakes in my life time and I have always learned something every time.


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Priscilla Kirkham

April 10, 2021

I always knew her as Mami.
I remember her as a second grandmother who told me like it is. Feisty, outspoken and strong willed. In a way she reminded me of my own grandmother who we all called Momo.
I had the utmost respect for her and remembered when we went Florida to visit and she loved my son Kane like her own grandchild. She kept kissing, hugging him and just couldn't let him forget how much of handsome boy he was gonna be. I have nothing but great memories of Mami and I will forever cherish her, our memories and our times when she visited in Texas will live on forever. Rest now Mami, live in peace, and dance with the angels. I love you Always and forever. Priscilla, Lance, Kane, ,and Elvis.❤❤❤❤

Irene Silva

April 7, 2021

Tia Chata, I celebrate your life, you will always be someone very special to me. Thank you for being a wonderful daughter to my grandma, a wonderful sister to my momma, and a very special aunt to me. I am so grateful to have spent some time with you at our last family reunion. It made me so happy to see all of you together in El Paso. It makes me so happy to know that you are with your momma now. It’s not goodbye Tia, it’s see you later, because I know I will see you again. All my love.
My heartfelt condolences to Uncle Mario, Sandy, Selina, Joey and Jesse and the entire family.

Melissa Carrasco

April 7, 2021

My aunt Chata. I will forever love and miss you. I am thankful that you are no longer in pain and that now you can rest. I have many memories of you that begin with my childhood but my most cheished memory is seeing you and uncle Mario in each other's arms at our Family Reunion in El Paso. Your Macias family was so blessed to have had the opportunity to spend time with you. Please give my Grandma Juanita a big kiss and a hug from me and tell her that i have missed her every day. We will see each other again Tia in the presence of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY