Inocencia Alvarado Garcia
January 21, 1929 – October 12, 2020
Inocencia Alvarado Garcia, 91, joined our Lord and Savior on October 12, 2020. She was born on January 21, 1929 to Esteban and Andrea Alvarado. She married Eulojio R. Garcia on September 18, 1956 whom was her best friend.
She was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and was a devout follower of Jesus Christ. She was always seen at home praying.
She will be remembered for the love and affection she gave everyone. She loved novelas, her plants and flowers, cooking and feeding everyone, especially her boys and grandchildren. Her tortillas, menudo, chilé, and buñuelos will be greatly missed. She never turned away a cup of coffee and always welcomed company, especially on her front porch. Her bendiciones will always be missed but never forgotten. She will always be our Lil Ladybug.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Eulojio; daughter, Juanita; son, Narciso; two brothers, and seven sisters.
She is survived by her sons, Ray and wife Betty, David and wife Dora, Tony and wife Cynthia, and her daughter Martha and husband Eric. She is also survived by her sister Petra, as well as numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A Rosary for Inocencia will be held at 7 PM on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at the Johnson's Funeral Home chapel. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 AM on Friday, October 16, 2020 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Father Juan officiating. Burial will be at Eldorado Cemetery following the mass and will include the remains of Inocencia's daughter, Juanita.
Pallbearers will be Ray Garcia, David Garcia, Tony Garcia, Vincent Ramirez, Leon Garcia, Eric Garcia, Danny Villarreal, Joshua Garcia, Jonathan Garcia, and Joseph Garcia.
Honorary pallbearers are Rennie Ramirez, Stevie Garcia, and Arthur Aguilar.
The family would like to give special thanks to Regency Nursing Home and St. Gabriel’s Hospice.
- Esteban and Andrea Alvarado, Parents (deceased)
- Eulojio Garcia, Husband (deceased)
- Juanita Garcia, Daughter (deceased)
- Narciso Garcia, Son (deceased)
- Ray and wife Betty, Son
- David and wife Dora, Son
- Tony and wife Cynthia, Son
- Martha and husband Eric, Daughter
- Petra, Sister
- Inocencia was also preceded in death by two brothers and seven sisters. Additionally, she alsoleaves behind numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.
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- Ray Garcia, Pallbearer
- David Garcia, Pallbearer
- Tony Garcia, Pallbearer
- Vincent Ramirez, Pallbearer
- Leon Garcia, Pallbearer
- Eric Garcia, Pallbearer
- Danny Villarreal, Pallbearer
- Joshua Garcia, Pallbearer
- Jonathan Garcia, Pallbearer
- Joseph Garcia, Pallbearer
- Rennie Ramirez, Honorary Pallbearer
- Stevie Garcia, Honorary Pallbearer
- Arthur Aguilar, Honorary Pallbearer
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Mass of Christian Burial
Friday, October 16, 2020
Inocencia Alvarado Garcia
Alfredo G Chavez
October 14, 2020
Pues a Mi Tia nunca la olvidare , She reminds me of my mom with her peace sign . Well I will always keep her and my Tio in my heart. I remember when they lived in the barrio in the North east side of Eldorado, Behind Ama grande's house. Before they move into town. Well she and my uncle, or I should say uncle's. Even mi Tio Martin 😟 I would always have to hide from them because I would use grandma's chickens to target practice. But when I had good hits with my slingshot, them chicken's would make a lot of noise. So I would hide and they would always come out and say, donde estas guero, lla sabemos que eres tu brivon . LOL so they would go to Ama grande' with the news and I knew what was coming when my dad would go pick me up. I loved talking with my tia, and listening to the stories she had about where my uncle and my dad worked. She would tell me how they would travel for work, until my uncle got a permanent job in Eldorado. I remember him and mi carnal Narciso working on heavy equipment in Eldorado. I didn't know they operated Dozer"s. Until one day that mi carnal Narciso called me and asked me to see if I could get him in with us at Reece Albert. So he came and operated equipment even for the city. I'll never forget my tios and my tias. Each one holds a spot in my heart. To me they still live, they die only when they become forgotten. Love you Tia and will miss hearing stories about el Indio. May almighty God celebrate your new life with him and all our loved ones🙏🙏🙏🙏
Martha Garcia Garza
October 14, 2020
Wow. Mi Inocencia. Yo tengo muchos recuerdos pero me acuerdo más de las regañadas que me daba. Y también de su amor y cariño por mi pero más por el amor que le dio a mis hijos. Usted les dio muchos recuerdos a ellos. Usted fue una bendición de nuestro Jesús para mi y mis hijos. Nunca se me olvidará y siento que usted mereció más de lo que yo le di. Pero ya ni modo. Nuestros hijo a veces son cabezudos y no asen caso, la Marta (Yo) fui la más cabezudo y pelionera pero creo que salí a usted...Jaja
Yo le doy gracias a mi Diosito por usted, usted fue mi madre pero también mi amiga. Desde que se enfermó le a echado mucho menos Mami. Siempre estará en mi corazón y pensamientos. No se olvide de mi y por favor venga a verme.
Te amo mucho mi Inocencia.
Usted tiene un lugar especial en mi corazón que nadie más lo podrá llenar.
Que nuestro Jesús la bendiga siempre.
October 14, 2020
Oh man I have so many memories of growing up around you Gma. I will remember you for the loving, beautiful woman that you were......I remember sitting in the living room watching novellas with you while eating an afternoon snack....or driving you crazy lol taking the peaches off your peach tree, yelling at us to go outside and play cuz we were driving you crazy lol. Also you always knew how to make a meal out of nothing, I never understood and I don’t think I ever will know how you did that....I miss you so much Gma....but I know your finally w my grandpa and my mommy and my tio Narce....we will celebrate you here with us.......te amo abuela su negrita.....😢 Dinorah R.