Geneva Torres Gallardo
May 9, 1936 – November 5, 2019
Geneva Torres Gallardo was born to Genaro Torres & Katrina Rodriguez on May 9, 1936 in Rocksprings, Texas.
A very generous and kind person, Beva always put others first. She was a devout Catholic and drew strength from her Christian faith. She liked to spend time visiting with family and friends, knitting, gardening, puzzles, arts & crafts, and playing Bingo. Beva also had a huge zest for life, she enjoyed vacations and spending summers in Cuernavaca and Acapulco, Mexico. During the holidays, she would make homemade tamales and she loved Mariachis, Musica Ranchera, Fiesta and Dancing. Beva would often say “comen santos y cagan diablos” she had so many funny sayings but this was a classic!
She is preceded in death by her parents, Genaro Torres and Katrina Rodriguez; ex-husband, Jose Gallardo; sons, Jaime Jimenez and Fernando Jimenez.
Beva is survived by her children, Lenchi Jimenez & his wife Margo of Boise, Idaho, Jesse Jimenez & his wife Lupe of Rocksprings, Texas, Brenda Berry & her husband Jim of Austin, Texas, and Roger Gallardo & his wife Miriam of Prosper, Texas; siblings, Gloria Casillas of Kerrville, Texas, Jerry Torres of Kerrville, Texas, Genaro Jr. of Rocksprings, Texas, and AnnaMarie Lugo of Aurora, Colorado; grandchildren, Jesse, Fernando, Harley, Mattey, Devlin, Lauren and Emma; and several great-grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life will be held in Rocksprings, Texas at a later date.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Geneva Torres Gallardo
Nelda Rodriguez Dimery
November 19, 2019
My prayers to her family. Last visited with her at cousin Kina's house in yr '14. She was related to my dad as her mother and dad were cousins. May she now reunite with her loved ones.
November 13, 2019
My sister was a great and beautiful woman. She was always happy 😊 and ready to go anywhere she was invited. Great sister and a great great mother and grandmother. Now she resides with our savior. She is now at our real and only home where we will someday reunite again. I know that she is very happy with all her loved ones that were there waiting to receive her with opened arms. Love you sis, will someday see you again.