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A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

Service will be at 7pm, Thursday, 3/4/21
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OBITUARY

Ana Romero

March 26, 1952January 19, 2021
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Ana Romero, 68, de Houston, Texas falleció el enero 19, 2021. Ana nació en el mes de marzo 26, 1952 en La Salitrera, Guanajuato, Mexico hija de Maria Ramirez y Bonifacio Romero.

Ana dejó a su pareja Martin Torres; hija Leticia Gonzalez; hijo Arturo Hernandez; hijo Hector Hernandez y hija Anita Hernandez Ruiz;

Padre Bonifacio Romero; Hermana Alicia Romero Ramirez, Hermano Angel Romero Ramirez, Hermano Elpidio Romero Ramirez, Hermano Francisco Romero Ramirez, Hermana Leticia Romero Ramirez, 10 nietos y 4 bis-nietos.

Ana falleció despues de su madre Maria Ramirez; hermana Rosita Romero Ramirez; y antes de Ignacio Romero Ramirez

El velorio para Ana se realizará el Jueves, 4 de Marzo, 2021 desde las 5:00 p. m. hasta las 9:00 p. m., 5100 North Fwy, Houston, TX 77022. Un sepelio se llevará a cabo el Viernes, 5 de Marzo , 2021 desde las 10:00 a. m. hasta las 10:30 a. m. en Brookside Memorial Park, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77039.

Podrá compartir sus gratos recuerdos y expresar sus condolencias en www.funerariadelangelhoustonN.com para la familia Romero.

  • FAMILY

  • Bonifacio Romero, Father
  • Maria Ramirez, Mother (deceased)
  • Rosita Romero Ramirez, Sister (deceased)
  • Martin Torres, Spouse
  • Leticia Gonzalez, Daughter
  • Arturo Hernandez, Son
  • Hector Hernandez, Son
  • Anita Hernandez Ruiz, Daughter
  • Alicia Romero Ramirez, Sister
  • Ignacio Romero Ramirez, Brother
  • Angel Romero Ramirez, Brother
  • Elpidio Romero Ramirez, Brother
  • Francisco Romero Ramirez, Brother
  • Leticia Romero Ramirez, Sister
  • Grandchildren 10
    Great- grandchildren 4

Services

4 March

Visitation

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Funeraria Del Angel

5100 North Fwy
Houston, TX 77022

5 March

Graveside Service

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Brookside Memorial Park

13747 Eastex Freeway
Houston, TX 77039

Memories

Ana Romero

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Nancy Diaz

February 2, 2021

My beloved mother in law ...
How blessed I was to have you in my life.
How blessed I continue to be for being part of your beautiful loving family. My heart aches I am saddened that you are no longer with us but I am comforted by the fact that you are now in heaven resting in peace with your beloved mother. You are now our guardian Angel and I know you will always be with us in spirit looking out for us and protecting us. Thank you for your unconditional love thank you for your understanding thank you for your tight warm hugs and sweet kisses thank you for always being there for me your son and our children. And thank you for loving me as your own. You truly are an exemplary beautiful woman a great mother and a loving grandmother. I will keep all the beautiful loving memories in my mind and in my heart.
All our love Nancy , Arturo, Angel , Celeste and AB ❤️
La quiero muchisimo Suegra ❤️

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Took mom to a Refresqueria on Federal Rd after we got out of Church.

FROM THE FAMILY

Galveston Beach

FROM THE FAMILY

Valentines Dinner at Connies with Hector and Anita

FROM THE FAMILY

Fast Track Train Italo from Venice to Paduva

FROM THE FAMILY

At Angie and Chuy's wedding

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Mall in Milan Italy

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On our way to Mexico City in 2017

FROM THE FAMILY

Mom very Proud of the House Mascots.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Took mom to a Refresqueria on Federal Rd after we got out of Church.

FROM THE FAMILY

Galveston Beach

FROM THE FAMILY

Valentines Dinner at Connies with Hector and Anita

FROM THE FAMILY

Fast Track Train Italo from Venice to Paduva

FROM THE FAMILY

At Angie and Chuy's wedding

FROM THE FAMILY

Mall in Milan Italy

FROM THE FAMILY

On our way to Mexico City in 2017

FROM THE FAMILY

Mom very Proud of the House Mascots.

FROM THE FAMILY

Subway in Milano

Biography

Ana Romero was well known for a number of things

1. Outer Beauty
2. Color of her Beautiful Eyes
3. The Attitude and Strength
4. Home cooking and especially her Salsa Verde
5. Heart like no other

Ana's light complexion and beauty regimen might have been a great part of her appearance. Everywhere she went, even to just to go to the corner store, she was always ready to go out. With her beautiful combination of colored eye shadows, her makeup, and lipstick so elegant she always made a great impression. Once you met her close up, the first thing that was always noticed was the color of her beautiful hazel eyes. You could swear that her eyes changed colors depending on the clothing she would wear. She stood out, especially her eyes, with the colors purple and pink and she knew it.
Her beauty and elegance came so naturally just has her fierce attitude and strength came so naturally toward life and any situation. She was the eldest of her siblings right after the death of her oldest sister, making them a total of 8. Then 7 after the passing of her youngest sister Rosita.
For being the eldest, born in a Ranch in a place called La Salitrera in Guanajuato, Mexico, she learned very tough lessons at a very young age. She worked all throughout her life with no rest. She worked, cooked, and cleaned along side her parents and helped raise her youngest siblings. In a way she was their second mom. After 15 to 16 years of living in the ranch her whole family moved to the out skirts of Mexico City. There she learned about the fast life and the hustle that comes with living in a major city. She helped her father, mother, and few other siblings construct their first home there, to this day that home still stands. After moving there she was a very popular at the family business of selling fruit cups at a stand. She wasn't scared to take on any role to help out her family's income. There she met our father and continued on to a business of sewing uniforms for police officers. After years of working along side our father, they then risked their lives to move to the United States for a better life for them, their families back in Mexico, and for a better opportunity for their children. With all these events and great changes, her attitude became fierce, blunt, and straight forward. She took the bull by the horns every single time she was confronted by an issue of great magnitude. Her fierceness also reflected her inner strength. Her will to always push through the issues and move forward with the help of God was always an example to her children. She set the bar very high for us, but with her guidance, her advise and opinions, she taught us not to give up.
Because of the life style she lived and being the oldest she learned to cook at a very young age. She could make the most simple meal into the most delicious plate you ever had, such as tortillas con frijoles fritos, they tasted so good you would be wanting more. The most requested item at all parties was always her salsa verde con aguacate. If you never tried her recipe you missed out big time. There is only a handful of people she taught the recipe to and believe me, their attempt does not come close.
Ana had a love for others that went beyond our understanding. She also set the bar very high in that aspect of her life. She helped a lot of people during their time of need. To this day we are still being told new stories of how she has helped others. She would always put others needs first before her own, even if that meant that those same people she would help would one day turn their backs on her. She didn't help to one day be repaid, she did it out of Love, Compassion and because she was understanding the word of God more intimately with each passing day. She took Matthew 22:37-39 to heart "Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself."
Her last question for God regarding servitude was literally asking him how she could serve him. His response happened a few months after in the form of caring for her father full time. She did say that she had the honor, privilege and the peace to serve God first and then her father with what was requested of her at the time.
Ana's shoes are very huge to fill. No one can compare or replace her in anyway just as no one can for my Grandmother Maria. They were both grand ladies in their own right. Most importantly they both believed in Jesus Christ and we can rest assure that they are both with our Heavenly Father.