Gloria P. Narvaiz
April 16, 1957 – November 30, 2019
Gloria P. Narvaez passed away on Saturday, November 30, 2019 at the age of 62.
She was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas on April 16, 1957 to her parents, the late Francisco and Maria Narvaez.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her siblings, Francisco, Isabel, Alex, Arturo, and Martha.
Gloria's memory will be cherished by her sons, Rogelio Castillo and his fiancé, Tina, and Rene Castillo and his wife, Lizet; her daughter, Regina Hernandez and her fiancé, Jonathan Beasley; her grandchildren, Rebecca Castillo, CJ Castillo III, David Benavidez, Francisco Castillo, Dylan Benavidez and Jacob Hernandez; her great-grandchildren, Sophia Segovia and Logan Segovia; her siblings, Rogelio Narvaez and his wife Dorothy; Andrea Lucinda Lucio and her husband Raul; Paula Vidal and Laura Narvaez, as well as her companion, Carlos Garcia; her lifelong friends, Rogelio Castillo and his wife, Angie; and her numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends who all loved her.
The family will be receiving friends for a Visitation on Saturday, December 7st from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Funeraria del Angel Roy Akers – 515 N. Main Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78205 – with a Rosary to be recited at 7:00 PM.
- Visitation Saturday, December 7, 2019
- Rosary Service Saturday, December 7, 2019
Gloria P. Narvaiz
December 6, 2019
You were always such a wonderful and caring woman, beautiful inside and out. Thank you for every moment we were able to share with you. Your memory will always live in our heart forever. Heaven has gained another angel to watch over us. RIP
Love you always,
Sally, Leslie, Khloie,Kristy, Genesis, Robert and AJ
December 4, 2019
My condolences to the family
Your Mama was a very beautiful person she always had a smile and very out going
Got the pleasure to meet her at my Daughter Sweet 16 where she meet my crazy friend
She always remind me of that day she was full of joy
BIANCA M RODRIGUEZ
December 3, 2019
My dearest Gloria
Mom always told me not to send her flowers when she’s gone but to send them to her now while she can enjoy them. So with that same thought process I take comfort in knowing I expressed all of the following to you while you were here with us; Thank you for always supporting me throughout my nursing career, Thank you for encouraging me throughout my continued studies, Thank you for the unconditional love and support you gave to mom and I, and most importantly, Thank you for being the best sister to my mom. You are missed immensely already, as your absence has already had a profound impact on our lives. As I’m certain you would have wanted, we will grow from this. You’ll be in the sun, the rain, and the wind until we cross paths again in heaven.
All my love,