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Maria C. Alaniz

January 24, 1949October 19, 2020
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Maria C Alaniz of Plano, TX passed away on October 19, 2020, after a long battle of illnesses with her loved ones by her side.

Maria was born in Corpus Christi, TX on January 24, 1949. She goes home to reunite with her parents Ambrosio and Juvencia Contreras and her bother Ambrosio Contreras Jr and grandson Michael D'Angelo Jovani Ramos. She is survived by her husband, Domingo Alaniz and her 4 daughters, Bernadette Alaniz, Annette Nava, Jean Ramos and Melissa Martinez and their spouses. She is also survived by 12 grandchildren, Joshuah, Jessica, Sabrina, Andre, Jasmine, Gustavo, Clawdio, Jose, Jordi, Carissa, Lexi and Samantha, 19 great-grandchildren and Marias three siblings, numerous nieces, nephews, couins and aunts. Maria (mom) will be greatly missed by all those who knew her and loved her.

Visitations will be held Dignity Memorial in Plano on October 25, 2020 from 12 noon - 4pm. Immediate family only from 12 noon - 1:30.

Church Services will be held at St Elizabeth Ann Senton on Spring Creek on October 26, 2020 at 11am follow by interment at Plano Mutual Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.TedDickeyFuneral.com for the ALANIZ family.

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    Sunday, October 25, 2020

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    Monday, October 26, 2020

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Jean Alaniz Ramos

November 2, 2020

To my Mother, that was a warrior and fought to the end RIP 10/19/2020!! Will be missed but never forgotten will always have a place in my ❤️Mother!! I ❤️ u always and forever!!🙏🏼❤️😇😘🥰

Your 2nd daughter to the youngest (Jean) Ramos

November 2, 2020

TO MAY BEAUTIFUL MOTHER RIP 10/19/2020

Your youngest Daughter

October 31, 2020

Always in My Heart💜💙🕊💙💜

Bernadette Alaniz

October 29, 2020

A poem for you mom

Yarelly Aguero Nava

October 27, 2020

Querida:Momo Te nos adelantastes muy rapido,te voy a estrañar mucho me dejastes una gran herida en mi corazon,pero siempre viviras en mi corazon siempre te recordare con una Linda sonrisa,recordare todos los consejos que me decias y todas esas veces que iva a tu casa y nos sentabamos a platicar y ver la tv. Y te prometo Momo que le voy a echar muchas ganas ala escuela y me voy a portar bien como siempre me decias.❤️🥺🥰Te quiero mucho Momo siempre estaras en mi corazon ❤️🙏🕊️

Romaldo Alvarez

October 27, 2020

Oralia was my niece... She was a daddy's girl... Bocho spoiled her... Everywhere Bocho went, she would jump in the truck with him... Fide would get mad at her and she would go hide in Bocho's truck and wait for him to leave so she could leave with him... This is when then lived on Laredo before they moved to the ranch. (translated from Spanish) rest in peace... Love tío Mando

Crystal Wasserman

October 26, 2020

I did not know Ms. Maria but I know & very much love her daughter, Jean, and her family. Jeans mother must have set a good example of what a person should be like as a friend, and mother. The service/ceremony was beautiful, the casket chosen was also beautiful. I could sense a heavenly omnipresent, AND THAT VOICE! she sounds like an angel! God blessed her with a talent and blessings to her for using it for him. Jean, I know the feeling of the loss of a mother and a grandmother. May You and your family feel the presence of All good and light, and feel the good LORD’s arms wrapped around all of you to comfort you always💗

Kayla Esquivel

October 26, 2020

Momo Maria, I will forever remember the rides home from school. You’d just be getting off work and we’d stop for a Pepsi at the corner store and a bite to eat, that was the afternoon routine when you’d pick us up. I remember they got our order wrong once so every time after that we would hold up the drive thru line and check to make sure everything was right! Thank you for treating me as your very own and always making me feel welcome. The kids will forever miss their big momo you were the one to fill their pockets with dollars for their piggy banks, but most importantly you showed them unconditional love and I’ll always be grateful for that. I’m glad you’re pain free and resting now. We love and miss you SO much. Until we meet again. ❤️

Your first born Bernadette Alaniz

October 26, 2020

My loving mother i don't have words to describe how I'm feeling right now. My heart is 💔 and don't know what I will do without you . You were a wonderful 👏 mother that took great care of all of us. I remember the time when I told you...you were going to be a grandma for the first time you just wanted it to be a boy and your wish came true you got your first grandson and first boy in the family. You will be missed but you will never be forgotten. I love you and will miss you my beautiful mother 👩. RIP MOM

Jasmine Dominguez

October 26, 2020

Momo,

♡A poem for you.♡
God saw you getting tired
a cure was not ment to be.
He put his arms around you
and whispered "come home to me."
YOUR golden heart stop beating
working hands laid to rest.
God broke our hearts
to only take the best.

Im breakenhearted about the emptiness
we will all feel losing you. I'd like to apologize for not taking advantage of the time we could have shared together but I want you to know that I will always love you and hold you forever in my heart.

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