Hilda Guadalupe Petter
September 9, 1934 – July 2, 2020
Hilda Guadalupe Petter, age 85, of Houston, Texas passed away on Thursday July 2, 2020. Hilda was born September 9, 1934 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. Hilda is survived by; her son Raymond A. Petter Jr.; her brother Juan Antonio Gonzalez and his wife Laura. Hilda was preceded in death by her husband Raymond A. Petter. She was a secretary for Baylor College of Medicine for many years. Hilda will be remembered for her huge heart, selflessness, and caring for other people. She was a devoted wife and mother. Hilda had the heart of an angel and always made sure her family was cared for, and you can’t forget her love for cats and dogs which she always had in her home. As a young woman she loved to paint and cook. Her love for cooking continued throughout her life. Hilda was a longtime member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church. A funeral liturgy for Hilda will be held Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 10:00 AM at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, 4213 Mangum Rd., Houston, Texas 77092. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.pathfoleyfuneraldirectors.com for the Petter family.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Hilda Guadalupe Petter
July 11, 2020
Our condolences to Raymond and family on Hilda's passing. She has been such a great neighbor, and we enjoyed seeing her when she was able to walk her little dog around the neighborhood. Friendly and beautiful angel did well on earth and now joins her husband in heaven. Peace to you all, as God reclaims her for his own.
July 7, 2020
Charlie and I were saddened to learn of your Mother passing. She was such a sweet, kind and caring person. We always enjoyed our conversations, time at the ballpark and whenever we would meet her at the grocery store. She was always so eloquent and gracious that after any conversation we would feel uplifted and refreshed. We are all blessed by having known her.
God bless you and give you comfort.
July 2, 2020
I always enjoyed talking to your mom when I met her walking her little dog in our neighborhood. We would talk for awhile and then off she would go on her walk. She was the kindest lady that after speaking to her, I just walked with a lighter step. She had such a gentle demeanor and voice that it was calming and I was better for having visited with her. I know other neighbors feel the same. Raymond, she was your loving mom and you gave her such devoted care when she needed you the most. You made her so happy to be able to spend her final weeks and days at her home with you by her side. We are so sorry for your loss but you know she is at peace, pain free and joining your dad among the angels.