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Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home & Cemetery

14501 North Ih-35, Pflugerville, TX

OBITUARY

Carmen Mejia Castillo

July 16, 1937March 23, 2020

Carmen Mejia Castillo was born on July 16, 1937 in Poteet, Texas and passed away on March 23, 2020 in Austin, Texas.

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Jackie McCall

March 28, 2020

Carmen was a wonderful, hard working lady with a great sense of humor. She loved her kids, and her grandchildren even more. She was always there to help when someone needed it. I always thought highly of her, she was a good person. She will be missed. I am glad she is no longer in pain and with the ones that left this earth too early. I always loved her.

Mary Helen Munoz

March 26, 2020

To My Dearest Nieces Rebecca , Anita, Emily, and Grandkids we are Deeply Mourning as a family this devastating loss, we will continue as a family to continue to show ❤️ amongst ourselves as we continue with our indentifying mark we will continue to display our genuine ♥️ to you as our family , may we treasure our memories & keep reciting to our young ones our Deep Rich & Loving Heritage that we can all reminisce about and relate to our children & grandchildren I’m comforted by what the Bible says at John 5: :28-30 that says “ all those in the memorial tombs will come out to a Resurrección of life “ and also Jesus words to the evil doer hanging next to him when he told him “You will be with me in Paradise “ no one had yet been to heaven, so that evildoer only knew of the “ Paradise “ that Adam & Eve enjoyed before disobedience, , I will treasure all the memories we made and how your Mom continued to be a big part of our lives after grandma died , she will be truly missed , but I’m comforted that she feels no pain , so glad we took that trip to Dallas together we sang & we were just silly sisters 👭👭, as uncle Raymond called us hamlocks 😂May our Heavenly Father bring all of you Comfort at this Diffcult time and know that if it wasn’t for this pandemic we would be right there with you’ll hugging & sharing our ❤️Our unfailing ❤️Auntie Helen Uncle Mingo & Joel & Martha & Matteo Jordan & Josiah ❤️♥️🙅🏻‍♀️❤️♥️🙅🏻‍♀️❤️♥️🙅🏻‍♀️❤️♥️🙅🏻‍♀️❤️

Patricia Martinez

March 25, 2020

Loved it when Tia would come stay with me. The stories from her childhood. Life like it was back then. The food she would make. Just enjoying time with her. I will miss you Tia. Wish I could have said goodbye. Another piece of daddy gone.

Ricardo O Mejia

March 25, 2020

What can I say Tia, you will be deeply and sorely missed. You are free of pain and rejoicing with all your loved ones that passed before you.

I will hold in my heart many many wonderful sweet cherished memories.

You had a way about you is immeasurable. Your love of family. Friends. Cooking. Hobbies. Your green thumb. You period Tia.

You were sweet, classy, dignified, you had flair that was all your own.

I always loved hearing your stories of growing up a Mejia. And the way you adored your brother Beto. You and daddy had so many similarities it was unreal. Mannerisms. Too many to mention. I always enjoyed your visits and you and mommas conversations. Hours long talks.

I always hoped I had written down your recipe for chicken salad, oMgee, itwas the utmost best. One day I'll get it.

Just know that I loved you very much Tia Carmen. You will be missed!!

Give my daddy a hug from us kids!!

Rest in heavenly peace Tia!!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY