MAYRA E LOPEZ RICHARD
January 27, 1959 – August 31, 2019
Mayra was born on January 27, 1959 in San Francisco, CA to Maria (Tonia) and Ricardo Alvarenga. Mayra was a San Francisco native, born and raised and spent nearly all of her life in the city. She was a graduate of Balboa High and a 35-year employee of the City and County of San Francisco Social Services Department, where she made many lifelong friendships.
Mayra loved traveling, shopping, dining out and dancing, her family, her extensive network of friends and loved ones, and her beloved pets. She was also an avid reader, loved music and anything to do with butterflies. She was known for her feisty spirit, her generous and giving heart, her zest for life and how she encouraged others. She was loved by many who experienced her generosity and kindness. All who were lucky to have known her will always remember how full of life she was.
Mayra was preceded in death by her mother, Tonia, her father, Ricardo and her husband James. She is survived by her siblings, Maria (Bob), Ricky and Charlie and her nieces and nephews Raquel (Dan), Melissa (Mike), Angie, Theresa (Ralph), Alex, Vanessa (Ricky), Daniel, and her great nieces and nephews Jonathan, Ricky, Jasmine, Olivia, Aryssa, Anthony and many cousins.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
MAYRA E LOPEZ RICHARD
September 17, 2019
September 7, 2019
GOOD AFTERNOON. MY NAME IS MR. RANDOLPH GARCIA, I AM A RESIDENT OF SAN FRANCISCO, CA & WAS A GOOD FRIEND OF THE LATE MRS. RICHARDS FOR SEVERAL YEARS, ALTHOUGH I LOST TOUCH W/HER AFTER HER MARRIAGE & MOVE TO ANTIOCH, CA. I AM SHOCKED & DISMAYED AT THE NEWS OF HER SUDDEN PASSING & HAD NO IDEA SHE WAS SUFFERING FROM ANY ILLNESS. I HAD NOT SEEN HER IN MANY YEARS BUT HAD FOND MEMORIES OF OUR DINNER IN SF, CA AT GAYLORD'S INDIAN RESTAURANT WHERE WE SHARED MANY LAUGHS & MEMORIES. I WILL MISS HER SMILE & GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR. MY HEART ACHES AS I WRITE THIS OF MY DEAR LATE FRIEND. IT JUST GOES TO SHOW YOU THE FRAGILITY OF LIFE. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE W/HER DEAR LATE HUSBAND. REST IN GOD'S HANDS MYRA, I'M SURE WE'LL MEET UP ONE DAY & HAVE A LONG CHAT ABOUT OUR QUIRKY FRIENDSHIP.-RANDOLPH G.