Mary G. Flores
August 21, 1928 – March 8, 2020
Mary G. Flores, 91, went to be with her Lord on March 8, 2020. Mary was born in San Antonio, Texas on August 21, 1928 to Francisco and Genoveva Garza. She is preceded in passing by her parents; her loving husband: Alejos Flores; daughter: Mary Martha; brothers: George, Alfred, Francisco (Frank), Jose and Gilbert Garza. She is survived by her children: Martha Fritz (Ronald), Alejos Flores Jr., (Belinda) and Miguel Flores; grandchildren: Thomas and Gerald Cavazos, Gabriel and Valerie Flores, Desiree Cirilo, Dominic Flores; great-grandchildren: Celeste, Angelo, Sophia, Zavier, Zaylyn, Zachariah, Luke, Thomas Julien, Jenavieve.
Out of the concern for the conoronavirus, the family has requested service information remain private.
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Mary G. Flores
March 23, 2020
Our sincere condolences to Mary Flores family. Our prayers are with you in your time of sorrow. Mary was our dear and true friend for many years. May she rest in peace. God be with you now and always. We will miss her greatly, just as we have missed Mr. Flores
Gloria and Gene Briseno and family
Olga Flores Rios
March 12, 2020
I have so many memories of Aunt Mary, lot’s of them are from times spent at the Ranch, others from her home. And vacations we took to Mexico and other places together. So many fun and wonderful memories. Our parents were so close that every time we went to San Antonio we would end up at Tia’s house. She loved to cook for us and I always loved her tortillas and the cakes she would make. Laughter and joking was always in the house. Even after I was married she would ask my Dad and Mom where is Olga and Eddie. Somehow she knew that we would always show up after them. She always sent a Christmas card to us. I even received several letters from her. I always looked forward to Tia’s and Tio’s visits to Dallas. We would enjoy something to eat at Mom and Dad’s house. Then we would spend hours around the table listening to different stories. Most of them came from Tio. He loved to talk and tell stories and we all loved listening to him. I have missed those special times that we had together. We all have our memories and that is one thing that will stay with us forever.
Martha, Jr and Mike, I love y’all. We have so many memories of growing up together. May our Heavenly Father watch over you and your families. May he give y’all strength and the comfort in the days to come. You’re all in my prayers.
Love your cousin:
Olga Flores Rios.