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Sunset Memorial Park & Funeral Home

1701 Austin Highway, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Magdalena "Maggie" Hernandez

July 23, 1997July 18, 2019
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Magdalena “Maggie” Hernandez born July 23, 1997 in San Antonio, Texas was called to Heaven on July 18, 2019 at the age of 21.

She is survived by her father, Alberto & Yarelis Hernandez ; mother, Madeline Brown Hernandez; siblings, Albert Michael, Victoria Isabelle, and Julian Albert Hernandez. Maggie is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and her beloved dog Athena.

Maggie was a graduate of McArthur High School, Class of 2015. She worked at H.E.B and also attended college courses double majoring in Criminal Justice & Psychology. Maggie enjoyed creating art but above all she loved her family and spending time with her siblings.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, July 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, July 26, 2019
  • Interment Friday, July 26, 2019

Memories

Magdalena "Maggie" Hernandez

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Petra Perez

August 30, 2019

My Dearest Madeline,

Oh my Friend, my deepest and sincerest condolences to you, your son and all who knew and loved your beloved Maggie. My heart goes out to you all.

Love, Petra

Nicole Wells

August 7, 2019

Cousin Maddy, I am so sorry to hear about Maggie. Grandma and Grandpa are taking care of her. Love, Nikki

M C

August 5, 2019

I'm so sry for your loss... 💔🙏

Miriam Cor

July 26, 2019

Sending love to you all beloved family members of Magdalena. She will be sorely missed but even seeing the photos of her I feel her bright spirit and her inquisitive and sensitive heart. May the love in your hearts sustain you and her love keep you whole. God bless,
Miriam Corneli

Paul Lane

July 26, 2019

The time I knew you was, sadly, too brief. But your kindness, your sweetness, and your smile had a lasting impact. I'll always be grateful that our paths had the chance to cross. Your light will truly be missed

Susane Savedra

July 25, 2019

My deepest condolences to Madeline n family. Susane Savedra

Ashley K

July 23, 2019

Sweet Maggie,
I always enjoyed talking to you when I came through your line at heb, sometimes multiple times a day since my job is to shop for others. We didn't know each other beyond those few minutes at a time but I always enjoyed our conversations. I could tell you were such a genuine sweet person. I know you will be missed. ❤️

Gabby Gutierrez

July 23, 2019

Maggie was the light. She was the most happy & the most genuine person I’ve met. I vividly remember us sending each other selfies from when we first woke up till we went to sleep. These selfies showed your true colors so goofy & so full of life. You were so good to me, always making me laugh & making sure I was never down or upset. I will cherish all these memories for a lifetime. God has called you to his kingdom. You will always be our guardian angel. I love you so much. Fly high & rest easy beautiful. Thank you for coming into my life when you did.

Amanda Gonzalez

July 23, 2019

I thank god you came into my life. The one who made my high school and college years amazing having the same classes with you! You always said the best things about my daughter and wanted to see her. it saddens me that we always tried to make plans to hang out but we never got the chance to see each other. Adult life had us both busy but that didn’t mean anything. You would still always be there. I will forever cherish everything we did and went through. You are the best Maggie!! Many hugs and kisses to you up in heaven. I can’t wait till the day we meet again ❤️. I love you so much and happy birthday.

Kelly Binger

July 23, 2019

Where do I even begin, Mags and I worked together for years, but the past six months we were inseparable. She helped me move into my apartment, we were neighbors. We were each other’s joy and laughter and also a shoulder to cry on. If we weren’t together, it’d be hour long phone calls, 100s of texts 24/7. She was my everything, if one of us needed something we’d be there, knocking on each other’s doors. She’d always make me laugh, she’d come knock on my door to shop in my closet, or to borrow something from my kitchen. Just little things I will miss forever. She can never be replaced. The past six months having such a close bond with her, can never be forgotten. She taught me a lot about life, she was my little side kick. Words cannot describe how much she’ll be missed. As she would always say, ‘Wives for life’ ❤️❤️

Last but not least, Happy Birthday my angel. You’re one in a million.