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Bean-Massey-Burge Funeral Home Beltline Road

2951 S. Belt Line Road, Grand Prairie, TX

OBITUARY

Monica Mendez

March 8, 1991July 28, 2019
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Monica, "Moni", Mendez passed away July 28, 2019. She leaves behind her loving fiancé Mario Garza, her daughter Cassidy E. Mendez, son Colton R. Mendez, mother Veronica Saenz and Dino Castillo, father Jose L. Mendez, step mother Maria E. Mendez, siblings Jose A. Mendez, Jonathan R. Mendez, step siblings Sabrina Saenz, Cristina Saenz, Eric Saenz as well as countless relatives and friends all of whom are blessed and changed for having known her.

Monica was born on March 8, 1991 in Irving, Texas. She has lived her life to the fullest with no regrets. She lived every day with a passion and spontaneous zest that lifted and inspired all that came in contact with her.

Monica had a big heart, loved and cared for her children, her family, and her friends. Monica looked at life differently; she found a way to make the most routine parts of life fulfilling and kept her trademark courage and strength through the very end. Monica was without a doubt a human being that had no pause. Until we meet again, we will carry her in our hearts forever.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mario Garza, Active Pallbearer
  • Jose Mendez, Active Pallbearer
  • Jonathan Mendez, Active Pallbearer
  • Manuel Barrientos, Active Pallbearer
  • Daniel Rodriguez, Active Pallbearer
  • Juan Garza, Active Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Friday, August 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 3, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, August 3, 2019

Memories

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Linda Garcia

August 18, 2019

Monica,

Of all the many blessing however great or small to have had you for a niece, was the greatest of one of all. Will always remember your beautiful smile, laugh and just been you. The family chain is broken now and nothing seems the same, cannot believe your gone. But as GOD takes us one by one the chain will be link again. Will Always be missed. Tia Linda, Tio Johnny and Cousin-Abigail

María Salcedo

August 16, 2019

Apenas hace 2 días me enteré de lo que lamentablemente pasó y aún estoy que no lo creo y me duele y mucho ....... El tiempo que la vida me permitió conocerte se que fuiste una mujer muy fuerte y valiente y una guerrera para tus hijos siempre aunque aveses también te vi triste ,pero siempre de pie ..... me duele saber que ya no estás aquí, te mando un abrazo muy pero muy fuerte y un beso hasta el cielo , se que ya están en la presencia de nuestro Dios todo poderoso ....... siempre te recordaremos y te llegamos apreciar mucho toda mi familia .... un Ángel en el cielo 😭😭😭

Ashley Garcia

August 13, 2019

I remember when my dad would let me go spend the night in the summer, we went to the mall by her house in Denton . Moni was the first person to let me behind the wheel of her car and attempted to teach me how to drive. I may have not stopped for a pedestrian or two but she didn’t get scared 💀 she knew that would be 10 points each. That day we took cas to play in the arcade. That girl loved to cook too! We would always cook breakfast when she was off of work and talk . She could never run out of things to talk about. She was like a big sister to me and I will always see her that way <3

Jose Mendez

August 12, 2019

Valentines 2019 with your babies.

Maria Flores

August 12, 2019

Monica, siempre vas a estar en mi corazon en mis pensamientos. Tambiem se que estas entre todas las flores y angeles cerca de dios. Siempre te amo para toda la vida tu grandma, Maria.

Luis Mendez

August 12, 2019

To my beautiful granddaughter, my little piggy as i would call you since you were a baby running around my home. I am forever heart broken, confused and lost.

So many memory's, so many good times, so many ever lasting thoughts. I will never forget the time that you were mad at me as a baby. You were about 2 years of age at the time you were trying to get my attention as i was sleeping on the couch tired from work but you weren't having that so you decided to hit my toes with a hammer. It was a rude awakening as i got up from the pain I chased you back to your parents room.

As you grew up, you began to check on me, send pictures of you and the kids, text to tell me you loved me. I love you miss you dearly, until we meet again I will hold you in my heart. Love, grandpa.

Xylia Gonzalez

August 10, 2019

The first time I met Monica , I was so nervous yet excited to meet my sister in law for the first time ❤️. Right off the bat we talked like we knew each other for years, from laughs to cry’s she’s was always there whenever I needed someone to talk to about anything & she would not judge. I admired her for being the strongest yet loving ... Mom, Sister, Sis-in-law, Friend & Daughter . My prayers are with each person who loved Moni! , Love you Monica 🦋
P.S I miss that beautiful smile.

Rickie Thomas

August 10, 2019

Monica was and is like a sister to me. We laughed, joked and had some serious conversations. I remember a time where we both put on the boxing gloves and she beat the asthma into me but helped me up afterwards. One thing about her is, she was a fighter, strong minded woman, great friend, sister, and awesome mother. I will always love you Monica and I will never forget the advice and memories you gave to me and my family.

Diana Rodriguez

August 9, 2019

May God's peace be with you and the family..Cherish the memories you created with Monica..We will always remember Monica for her Caring and Loving Nature...

Victor Acosta

August 8, 2019

I remember the times Joe his wife Monica, Anthony, Moni and I used hangout at Monica’s trailer in Lewisville and just listen to Spm back in the day. We used to drink some beers till we got a “little” buzz and eventually Anthony aka turtleman will start busting jokes and being a smartass with his sister and Moni. Joe and I used to just sit back and laugh until both girls had enough of Anthony and they would jump him. He used call for help and Joe and I just sat back and laughed. Those were the good times.