OBITUARY

Mary Jane Perez

September 27, 1948July 27, 2018
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In Loving Memory of

Mary Jane Perez, 69, born on September 27, 1948, passed away on July 27, 2018 at home surrounded by family. Mary is survived by her two brothers, 5 children, Patricia Ayala, Jacqueline Mejia, Ramiro III Perez, Jaine Carranza, & Kimberly Garza, her 19 grandchildren, and 6 great grandchildren.

Mary is preceded in death by her son Marcus Perez, her sister Lupe Zarate, her brother Angel Hernandez, & spouse Ramiro II Perez.

Mary loved her family very much. Some of her last words were that family is everything. She loved praying for her family, watching her grandchildren, and spending time with family.

Mary loved Elvis Presley and she loved to dance. She also loved going to the casinos. She opened her heart and home to anyone.

She will be missed by many. Always in our heart.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Craig Romo Jr.
  • Saul Thomas Mejia
  • Noah Perez
  • Aron Garza Jr.
  • Aron Garza
  • Jason Perez
  • Everardo Garza
  • Ramiro Perez, Honorary

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Rosary Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 3, 2018
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Patricia Ayala

August 1, 2018

Mary Jane & her brother Charles ❤️

Patricia Ayala

August 1, 2018

Mary Jane & her brother Charles ❤️

Kimberley Garza

August 1, 2018

Always and forever!!!❤️

Patricia Ayala

August 1, 2018

Me & you forever ❤️

Jaine Carranza

August 1, 2018

I will always miss you, mommy. ❤️

Patricia Ayala

July 31, 2018

Our mother will be truly missed She was a strong women I wouldn’t be the person I am today without my mom. She was a single mother of 6 who worked her hardest to give us what we needed and wanted, we didn’t have a lot but we always had each other. She would give her last dollar to a stranger because she said they will need it more than us. She played both roles in our life raised us to be strong caring and independent just like her. Her last words to her grandchildren was to always stick together and always be their for each other She was an amazing mother , grandmother & great grandma now she will watch over our family and children and I will dearly miss her for the rest of my life I know she’s our angel up above taking care of our family I know My mom is with Marcus now he’s not alone anymore and one day we will meet again til then I miss you mommy love patty

Jackie Mejia

July 30, 2018

There are not enough words to say about my amazing mommy. She was always there for all of her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She raised us to be strong and independent; to never depend on anyone. She always reminded us to stay together as a family because we are all we have. She always told her grand kids to finish school and go to college. Never settle and always reach for the stars is no limits. Till this day I tell my kids that every day. Love you mommy, we will meet up one day till then you will be my angel looking over me and my family ❤️

Jaine Carranza

July 29, 2018

My beloved mother was the most strongest, caring, and loving person. She showed us how to respect ourselves and others. She always welcomed everyone into our home. She wasn’t shy telling you the truth either.
I am so blessed to have had so many years with her. Even though I wish I could have more.
She was an amazing grandmother to my children Cj, Logan and Landon. They have so many memories of her and spent endless hours loving her.
I will always love you and you will be forever in my heart and soul. I am the person I am today because you taught me to put family first and love unconditionally.
Love your daughter,
Jaine Irene Carranza

Cecily Delgado

July 29, 2018

She was the best grandma anyone could ever wish for. She loved all her children, grandchildren, & great grandchildren so much and we all loved her back just as much. There is so much I’ll miss about her from her calls, voicemails, stories about her dad & jobs she had growing up, taking her to the gamerooms and her saying she broke even. My favorite memory is seeing her so happy at my wedding. I’ll always love you grandma.-Your Nicky

FROM THE FAMILY