Funeraria del Angel Trevino

226 Cupples Road, San Antonio, TX


Gloria Hernandez Alvarado

November 7, 1958June 16, 2020

Gloria Hernandez Alvarado, born on November 7, 1958 in San Antonio, Tx was called to be with the Lord on June 16, 2020 at the age of 61. She is preceded in death by her parents, Baltazar T. and Oralia T. Alvarado; brothers, Baltazar H. Alvarado and Ruben H. Alvarado. She is survived by her siblings, Emily Sibrian (Faustino), Amelia (Molly) Mendoza (Robert), Louis Arthur (Weezie) Alvarado, Manuel Orlando Alvarado (Rachel) and Dorothy Ann Macias (Jaime); sisters-in-law, Angelita Alvarado and Herminia Alvarado; special friend, Mark Mitchell; nieces and nephews, Gilbert and Jonathan Alvarado; Veronica Sevigny, Monica Mendoza; Ruben Alvarado Jr., Yvette Marie, Jeanette, Manuel Orlando Jr., Jeffrey, Vincent Ray and Clarissa Alvarado; Araceli, Patricio, Gabriela Macias and Jacob R. Macias; also, several great nephews and 1 great niece.


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Gloria Hernandez Alvarado

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Sandra Ramirez

June 22, 2020

My guardian angel Gloria, you are truly missed and thank you for always being such a good and true friend growing up on Querida. I Know growing up Gloria and I were going to move to Colorado when when we finished high school because she loved John Denver’s music, the mountains and spirit of life. She memorized each song word for word. It was crazy amazing. I remember her whistling to his songs. I was the lucky friend. She had a gentle sweet kind and compassionate soul. I loved you like a sister my friend.

Elizabeth Parillo

June 20, 2020

You will truly be missed by so many.
I remember when we were kids, we would all get together in the empty field On Querida Avenue off couples road, and all of us would play softball in the field next-door to your house. And late in the evenings we would play rover red rover and la vejines on our front porch. And eventually you would spend the night at our house or we would spend the night at yours. And let’s not forget when the Alvarado’s & Vasquez family went to Garners State Park together what a time we had. Till we meet again dear Gloria &
May you rest in peace
we love you and we will miss you.
Elizabeth Vasquez Parillo
Atlanta, Georgia

Leticia Vasquez

June 20, 2020

My condolences to the Alvarado’s. Rest assure Gloria is no longer in pain. As she entered into heaven her parents and brothers awaited for her with open arms.
Growing up on Querida with our neighbors who were like family. So many memories were made from tag, listening to music (John Denver) and of course our own baseball field right next to your house. So many summers spent there. Writing our scores with washers dropped by the workers on the doors. Who knew we graffitied at that time. We were just being kids having fun. Nights running around until you heard the chicharras and it was time to go inside or else the la lechuza would come get you. But the next day we were all out there and if your thirsty drink out of the manguera. Living our happiest times .
Gloria tell your father “Driver” says hello.