OBITUARY

Guadalupe Valencia

November 3, 1938November 29, 2019
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Guadalupe Valencia, 81 , peacefully entered the Kingdom of Heaven on November 29, 2019. Guadalupe was born on November 3, 1938 in Temple, Texas to Pedro Sr. and Margarita Valerio. Guadalupe was preceded in death by Elias Valencia, her spouse of 57 years.

Guadalupe is survived by her son, Richard Valencia (Rhonda), Daughters Christina Walsh (Chuck) and Felicia Ruiz.

Grandchildren Derik, Zackary (Rebekah), Aeriel, Sydney, Cassandra, Javier and Alexis. Great grandchildren, Addison, Mackenzie, Dallas, Ryann and Aundrea. Sisters, Dolores Tovar and Mary Ann Hernandez and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who loved her dearly.

Guadalupe was from a large family with 10 siblings (7 brothers and 3 sisters). Guadalupe put herself through beauty school and was able to own her own beauty shop for over 40 years and had been a hair stylist for more than 50 years. Some of Guadalupe’s passions were fixing hair, cooking, baking, dancing, antique shopping, collecting dolls, telling stories, playing slot machines, listening to music and just enjoying precious time with family and friends. Guadalupe was a blessing to so many people. Guadalupe was a woman of faith and lived a life of helping others in any way she could.

The family will have a Celebration of Life for Guadalupe at Grand View Funeral home on Thursday, December 5, 2019 from 5pm-8pm (Rosary @ 6pm). Friday, December 6, 2019 10am @ St Hyacinth Church. Committal Service @ 11:30am Grand View Cemetery.

Services

6 December

Celebration of Life

10:00 am

St. Hyacinth Catholic Church

2921 Center Street
Deer Park, Texas 77536

6 December

Committal Service

11:30 am

Grand View Cemetery

8501 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, Texas 77505

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Family Will Receive Friends Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Rosary Service Thursday, December 5, 2019

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Leanne Wright

December 3, 2019

I can not tell you how much I absolutely loved meeting Mrs. Valencia.....she was always happy and had such a beautiful smile.....she always made me feel like family with her warm heart.....my prayers go to all of the Valencia family for peace....xxxooo

Stella Zoller

December 3, 2019

You will be missed Aunt Lupe.. And you will always be in my heart..😘

Jane Lewis

December 3, 2019

I really didn’t know her that well, I do remember one time Christina and I took her to Sylvan Beach festival and she was so much fun to be around. We laughed the whole day. I know she was a remarkable woman she had to be to have a family that cherished her like they did. My prayers are with the family. 🙏

Adelaida Hernandez

December 3, 2019

My dearest prima, it saddens me to hear that you left us, I know you are not suffering anymore and that makes me feel better, so many memories of you to many to mention, like when we had the family reunion, getting together just this summer, I will miss you but I will never forget you, RIP primita ❤️ Love you always 😥

Julie Valerio

December 2, 2019

I have so many wonderful memories of my Aunt Lupita. All the holidays at grandpas and the park on Easter. Being able to spend the night with my cousin Felicia was always the best. The most vivid memories I have of her is how she cared so much for my dad, all the phone calls, always coming by to bring him something...for that I will be forever be grateful. She loved us all and it was always felt.

May you Rest In Peace Aunt Lupe. ♥️ Julie and Nick Valerio.

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