Lidia Moreno Gomez

April 23, 1942January 16, 2023
Obituary of Lidia Moreno Gomez
Lidia “Lily” Moreno Gomez, age 80, passed away Monday January 16, 2023 at her home in Round Rock TX. She was surrounded by her husband and children, when she passed peacefully. She is preceded in death by her parents Quirino and Josefa Moreno, her first Grandchild Michael Jacob Madrid, her brother Johnny Moreno, her sisters Maria Rendon, Cecilia Riveria and Theresa Stockdale. She is survived by her loving husband Antonio “Tony” Gomez of 48 years. They were married August 15, 1981 and had renewed their vows on March 2, 2019. She also leaves behind their 8 children with their spouses totaling 13, with 37 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren and 1 great great-grandchild. Her adoring children are Nicky and Melissa Madrid of San Antonio, TX. Michael Madrid and Tammy Robinson of Round Rock, TX. Cindy and Dale Sleppy of Round Rock, TX. Marcia and Kevin Brandt of Hutto, TX. Marselino Madrid II and London England of Mathis, TX. Michelle and Kenneth Selman of Longview, TX. Felix Madrid of Round Rock, TX, and Christopher Madrid and Brenda Lane of Round Rock, TX. She cherished her grandchildren Olivia, Jacob, Blake and Brittany M., Jennifer and Chris G., Tiffany and Stephen, Cindy and Chris M., Josh, Crystal, Candie and Damon, Janet and James, Jeffery and Anthony, Marcus, Chris B., Brandon and Daniel, Amanda and Josh, Brandi and Rochell, Adam, Tyler and Brittany R., Kevin and Lacey, Ryan and Heather, Kiowa and Tristen, Kaleo, and Jessica. She also cherished her great grandchildren Elijah, Angel, Caleb, “Little Jake”, Alexia, Leanna, Christina, Dale, Noah W., Nathan, Michael, Aaliyah, Leo, Anakin, Aaron C., Madison, Cole, Alyssa and Darren, Elianna, Grace, Kalea C., Nelina, Audrina, Juluis, Jocelyn, Efrain, Dorian, Melanie, Lana, Pepper, Amelia, Daisy, Avery, Axl, Kai, Auria, Aniyah, Briley, Ellie, Aaron S., Jaxon S., Brooklyn, Kalea M., Tyler, Kilee, Jaxon L., and Noah J. She also welcomed her only great-great grandchild, Anastasia. She is survived by her brother Joseph Moreno, her sisters Carol Nunez, Rosie Perez, Helen Infante, Mary Ann Aldrich, Becky Gonzales, and Judy Ramos. Lily will always be remembered as a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She was admired by many and loved by all. Lily was born in Lampasas TX. Where she was raised and later moved to West TX. She married and moved north starting a family. Which she calls her 8 wonderful blessings. Lily now residing in a small town called Hutto, TX. was not only going to make a name for herself but leave her mark in the history books of Hutto where her legacy can be read. She enjoyed traveling and meeting people. She was inviting, witty, loving, caring and helpful. She loved her family dearly. She met some of her life long friends while employed with the Hutto ISD. There she worked in the cafeteria. Serving lunches to who would become some of her biggest fans. They were the children who adored Ms. Madrid. Lily soon took on a new position within the District and began her career as a Teacher. She taught many students within all grade levels. Because she worked in the educational system she had many peers who became close friends, confidants and advocates. Little did she know she was going to meet the love of her life, Tony Gomez. He caught her eye and she fell in love. She was now soon to be Mrs. Tony Gomez. This wonderful man was now faced with the responsibility of helping her raise 8 young children, all school age. She assisted in teaching where she touched the lives of every student, teacher and school personnel. She was a force to be reckoned with; she was also an Angel to most. Her kind soul helped with many families in need. Even with a large family she still found time to help others. It was in her nature. It was who she was. She made time to help within the community. She did her civic duty as a volunteer, working Voting Polls, PTA, Booster clubs and more. With 8 children she was everywhere. As a Room Mom, chaperoning school dances, field trips, sporting events, and bake sales. Everyone loved her. Her greatest joy was spending time with her children, husband and families. Her 48 year love story will be cherished with the memories and photos that will forever be remembered. This is just a portion of her 80 years of love. The amount of time and love she has given can never be measured or compared. It can only be seen in the love she has left behind. We, as her family, will continue to love and cherish one another, and appreciate the lessons we have learned from her. We thank the LORD for the time we shared with her and the blessings we have received. As a family we will remember the good times, the laughter, the joy, the beauty she showed us in life. We will always continue to be kind to one another. Proverbs 3:5-6 5 Trust in the LORD with all your Heart, And lean not on your own Understanding; 6 In all your ways acknowledge Him, The family will welcome friends on Wednesday, January 25, 2023 from 4pm-7pm at Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home, 2900 Williams Dr. Georgetown, Texas, 78628. A funeral mass with be held on Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 10am at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 111 W Rio Grande St, Taylor, TX 76574. Burial to follow at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cemetery. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Gomez family.

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