Tamara A. Rebollo
January 10, 1945 – January 1, 2018
Tamara Angelica Rebollo was born on January, 10th 1945 in General Teran, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She has entered Heaven’s gates on January, 1st 2018. Tamara was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend that always enjoyed being surrounded by all of her family and friends. Tamara was an entrepreneur who ran many successful businesses. Tamara was first married in 1965 to Servando Martinez Garcia, (diseased 1970). A widow at the age of 25 with 3 small children, Servando, Tamara G., and Martha, shortly after his death, she migrated to California where her parents and siblings lived and worked, and began her journey as a single mother trying to provide for her children. Two years later, they moved back to Monterrey so the children could start school. In 1977, she relocated to Houston, Texas where her parents and siblings were residing. In 1978, Tamara met Carlos Rebollo fell in love and got married. A new family began, the fourth child Jessika was born. Tamara was an excellent cook and baker. Her specialty was making cakes for special events. She also made lots of delicious tamales and many other dishes. Tamara loved watching novelas, comedy shows such as Don Francisco and loved listening to music. Tamara and Carlos enjoyed gatherings with friends and traveled the world. Most importantly Tamara loved and cared for her family unity. She is survived by her father Armando Gonzalez, son Servando Martinez, daughters Tamara Martinez, Martha Milne and husband Eric, and Jessika Paquinto and husband Jay, brother Artemio Gonzalez, sisters Mirthala Andrade and Margarita Ochoa, grandchildren Shawn Ro, Selina Martinez, Bianca Martinez, Jerick Paquinto, Jay Paquinto, Jordan Paquinto, Chante Milne, and Corbin Milne, and great-grandchildren Marlon, Hailey, Arian, Analia, Alejandro, and Sophia. Tamara will be greatly missed by many people.
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Tamara A. Rebollo
January 3, 2018
My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your loved one. May prayers strengthen you and memories comfort you, and may our Lord Jesus Christ and God our Father, who loves us, comfort your hearts and "make you firm". -2 Thessalonians 2:16,17