OBITUARY

Edna Rana Salido

May 31, 1949March 23, 2021
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Edna Rana Salido, 71, of 10800 Sexton Dr, McKinney, TX 75072, She was born in Cajidiocan, Romblon, Philippines on May 31, 1949 and passed away on March 23, 2021.

Eddy graduated from Ortanez College, School of Nursing in Quezon City, Philippines and worked as a orthopedic nurse in both the Philippines and the Middle East. She was married to Emiliano Acevedo Salido in 1969 and together they had three beautiful children.

She had a passion for singing, dancing and entertaining any guests or visitors that walked through the door. Eddy loved to pamper her grandchildren, buy them presents, and take them out to eat. She would treat them to sweets and snacks from the little store she owned. She loved to give to others and help whenever she could, they would call her "the coolest and prettiest auntie".

In 2017, she moved to Texas to be closer to her daughter and her family. Eddy would visit with friends at the McKinney Senior center twice a week and gather for lunch. She loved to worship at Renewal Baptist Church in Plano, TX and was determined to go in person at least once a month even during times of social distancing. She loved to socialize and tell vivid stories about her work in the Middle East.

Eddy is preceded in death by her husband, Emiliano Acevedo Salido and her brothers, Rolando Rana Sr. and Apolonio Rana Sr.

She was survived by her children, Paolo Lyzandro Salido (Mary Rose); Emiliano Lowell Salido (Olivia), Liza May Ramos (Ronnie); sister, Elsa Isagunde; grandchildren, Mark Adrian, Mikaela Gabrielle, Paolo Miguel, Karol Josef, Karlos Mikael, Carlo Rafael; and her beloved dog Keekay.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 3, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, April 3, 2021

Memories

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Paolo Salido

April 3, 2021

Ma, it's still hard for me to accept that you are not with us anymore. But I know in my heart that you are already with the Lord. I know that you're always concerned about our situation, but don't worry about us anymore. As long as we continue doing our best, believing, praying and asking for His guidance, we can survive everything and anything. Prayers can move mountains, di ba?
Thank you for everything...for your love and sacrifices. I will miss your voice, your calls, your laughter, but most of all...your presence.
I love you very much Ma. I know that you're happy now with Papa, Lola and all our relatives and friends that already joined our Creator. Till we meet again.
I love you Mama!

Karlos Salido

April 3, 2021

May you rest peacefully in God's presence. You will always be loved here on earth. Guide us always. May chuckie ako🤧. Love you Mama Lola.

Eduard Rana

April 2, 2021

Auntie Eddy, nabigla po kami sa pagpanaw ninyo. Pasensiya ka na Yung huling paguusap natin na Sabi mo na ipakilala mo naman ang apo mo. Si Eduard John. Nalimutan ko po. Nalungkot po kami. Sayang hinde na tayo nagkita. Mahal na mahal po namin kayo. Maraming -Maraming Salamat po sa pagmamahal. Mami -miss ko ang mga tawag mo sa akin. You may be gone , but never be forgotten !

Mikaela Gabrielle Salido

April 2, 2021

Losing you still feels like a dream, but we know that you are happy now wherever you are. I'll miss hearing you ask me how I am and how we are doing whenever you call us. Thank you for being proud of us in whatever we do and achieve. I'll miss your designed posts on Facebook congratulating us. We'll still make you proud while you watch us from above. Thank you for your guidance and love for us. Thank you for everything, Mama Lola. I will never forget all the things that you've done for us, all the memories and the moments that we enjoyed with you. We will miss you very much. Rest well in heaven. We love you!

Kath Tansiongco

April 2, 2021

Mama Edy, Thank you for all the love and support that you showed us. You were always the one to make sure that everyone is present or no one is left out when there is a family gathering. You always remind me to take good care of my skin. It hurts that you are already gone but I know you are in God's arm now. Your memories will always live on within us. I will be forever grateful and thankful to you. I love you Mama Edy. Rest in Peace.

Apolonio Jr Rana

April 2, 2021

At first i could hardly belive sa biglaan paglisan mo aunty Eddy. Marami masasayang alaala kayo sa amin lahat naiwan Mamimis ko ang once a week na tawag ninyo para alamin ang kalagayan ko sobra Maalalahanin kayo sa lahat ng bagay..Maraming salamat Aunty Eddy sa lahat ng pagMamahal na ipinadama ninyo sa amin lahat..You will always be remember and reign in our hearts as our loving Aunty ...Rest in Peace with our Almighty God..I will surely miss you..

Liza May S Ramos

March 31, 2021

Ma, thank you for being a great mom. I am so blessed to have a wonderful mom in my life, your unconditional love and care means everything to me, without you I wouldn’t be who I am today. You were my inspiration, that’ s why I became a nurse like you.

Ma, I will miss you. Losing you is not easy, yes, time heals all wounds, but this loss will live on forever.

You are with the Lord now , and I’m assured that we will see you in heaven, as what the Bible says in 2 Cor 5:8 “ We are confident , I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord”

Ma, I LOVE YOU very much. Till we meet again.

Rey Ramos

March 31, 2021

When she was living here at our village in Cavite, she was a regular customer of my wife Gloria for meryenda (afternoon snacks). Gloria have to inform nanay Edna about the available meryenda every day usually Pancit palabok, Halo-halo, Sopas, etc.

One afternoon, there had been an emergency wherein my son Ogie (a dialysis patient) who was having severe pain, me and my wife so not know what to do next. We called Liza to help and right away Liza came and we were surprised that she came with nanay Edna also ready to provide help.

During New Year's Eve celebrations, I together with my grand daughter CJ were always invited nanay Edna to their home. We went there for about 4 or 5 times and nanay Edna would make sure that eat a lot before we leave, she was always a gracious host.

Adrian Salido

March 31, 2021

I can’t still accept the fact that you already passed away mama lola, i didn’t got the chance to see you one last time mama lola. Your memory will always be with us mama lola and i am so greatful for having you as my grandmother, am always will be. We love you beyond words mama lola and missed you beyond measure. Thank you for everything mama lola,thank you for your unconditional love, care, and unending support. Rest in God’s arms now mama lola. We miss you.

Mary Rose Salido

March 28, 2021

Ma, we will always remember you with love and fondness, because you never failed to show us (especially to your grandchildren) your unconditional and selfless love. You always supported us in every way you can. You were always proud of your apos' achievements, be it big or small. We will surely miss your video calls (sometimes missed calls, when we were not able to answer on time). Your love to your grandchildren was shown in many ways. No more calls telling us that you're on your way to pick us up, to bring your grandchildren to arcade or to be with us in their school activities or fencing competitions, but mostly to treat us to lunch or dinner (our future Kimpo and 'Oneway' visits will never be the same without you). You always know how to pacify the odd-one (to compensate if he/she's not with the 'majority wins' group in choosing the place to eat), you will specifically ask what he/she wants, for sure. Your love of beauty and skin care will live on, you have really passed it on to Mikka. You may not be here with us physically to share with our joys and sorrows, but we're sure that in your new home, you will always guide us and beam with pride and joy for whatever we will all achieve in life. Thank you for sharing your life with us, Ma. We will always pray for your eternal rest in God's Kingdom.
We love you!

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