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Unfortunately, Sylvia passed away in a very trying time affected by the corona virus COVID 19.
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Sylvia Idalia Maldonado

November 3, 1947September 30, 2020
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Sylvia Idalia Maldonado Barraza, age 72, passed away peacefully on September 30, 2020 in Houston, Texas. She was born November 3, 1947, in Fronton, Texas. She is preceded by her parents Margil and Idalia (Guerra) Maldonado, an infant brother and brother Rolando Maldonado. Sylvia was a loving mother, sister, and grandmother. She lived to love and support her children, grandchildren and great grandchild. She would look forward to her time with her brothers and sisters from breakfast, shopping sprees, and making tamales. She enjoyed sewing, dancing, concerts, festivals, shows, basketball games, novelas, and loteria. Sylvia is survived by her 3 children, Ricky (Lori) Barraza, Jesse (Arlyn) Barraza, Valerie Aguilar; 8 siblings, Rene (Zoila) Maldonado, Francisca (Pepe) Moreno, Mary (Joe) Barrón, Margil (Olga) Maldonado, Susana (Daniel) Pinales, Jose (Norma) Maldonado, Diana (Mike) Rodriguez, Dario Maldonado; 3 grandchildren, Jessye Andrus, Giovanni Barraza, Miranda Barraza and great granddaughter Autumn Andrus.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, October 5, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, October 6, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Memories

Sylvia Idalia Maldonado

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Mya Garcia

October 6, 2020

Tia Sylvia, you were the closest one to me and my siblings and I remember you talking to my grandma on the phone everyday and you coming over every friday to see my family, your chickthin y chickylin loved you so much. I have many memories with you from going to roma for the first time with you too you staying after 12 am to wait for my brother swayde to come back from the hospital. You were the first one to invite when I would have a volleyball game or birthday party. You were the one who would buy me and my siblings Christmas and birthday presents and I will say that I'm going to miss you so much and it will be hard to let you go. I remember you would bring love and support when my family was in need and I will remember your beautiful smile in my heart. Te amo mucho

- Mya

Lesslie Saenz/Maldonado

October 3, 2020

Aunt Sylvia I can't find the words to express how much I loved you, and how much I'll miss you. When I look back and reminisce on all our wonderful memories together, I can't help but shed a tear. I love you dearly and that will never change. You'll forever be in my heart. Things will never be the same without you Tia Chiva.

Jesse Barraza

October 3, 2020

Jesse Barraza

October 3, 2020

Jesse Barraza

October 3, 2020

Jesse Barraza

October 3, 2020

Jesse Barraza

October 1, 2020

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