OBITUARY

Yolanda Serna Longoria

October 29, 1948April 18, 2021

Yolanda “Yolie” Longoria (Serna), was born to Roberto Serna and Guadalupe (Momo) Gonzalez in San Antonio, TX October 29th, 1948.

She was one of six children and the eldest daughter. Although she was born in San Antonio, she spent most of her upbringing in New Braunfels, Texas. Yolie was married to Raul Longoria Sr. and in 2004 became a widow. Together they had 4 children,17 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. Yolie’s earthly ended April 18th, 2021 at the age of 72.

She is survived by her four children and sister Ernestina Cantu.

We love and miss you grandma!

A visitation for Yolanda will be held Wednesday, May 19, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Colonial Funeral Home, 625 Kitty Hawk Road, Universal City, TX 78148 with a Funeral Service to follow at 7:00 PM. She will be laid to rest with her husband at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, 1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd, San Antonio, following a committal service at 10:30 AM Thursday, May 20, 2021.

Services

19 May

Visitation

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Colonial Funeral Home

625 Kitty Hawk Road
Universal City, Texas

19 May

Funeral Service

7:00 pm

Colonial Funeral Home

625 Kitty Hawk Road
Universal City, Texas

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Dora Villarreal Lagunas

May 2, 2021

A VERY SAD FAREWELL TO MY DEAR FRIEND, YOLANDA SERNA LONGORIA, May the gates of Heaven open wide to welcome you Home into God’s glorious kingdom. Que Diosito te tenga en au santisima Gloria. Rest In Peace. My deepest and most heart felt condolences to all the Longoria Family.

Tiarra Miranda

April 29, 2021

My precious grandma where do I begin? It all seems like a dream, but god has covered you with his arms and has called you home. I remember growing up in the same household and you waking us all up for school, me and yaya telling you all the crazy stuff we did and how we always made you laugh, showing me how to play bingo, cooking me all the foods I wanted even before school, driving me around San Antonio because you knew I was scared to cross bridges, telling us stories of you and grandpa, mornings when I lived in converse a plain biscuit with coffee would be what you wanted for breakfast, and ice oh how you loved to chew on ice chips. As I grew older I should have made more time to spend with you if I could change that I would but times spent together I will treasure to my heart. I miss you everyday but only god had a plan. Your love will live with in us forever. You are gone but never will you be forgotten. One day I will tell my children about you. Rest In Peace my precious angel love your Gordita!💜

Yvonne De La Fuente Ortiz

April 29, 2021

Although we may not have always been as close as we could have been we were still blessed with the opportunity to really get to know one another. These past several years we had lots of fun times together making memories and sharing our lives with one another. We were out many nights eating at Jim's after we left Flamingo Bingo. The four musketeers had great times. Momo, Ernestina, me and you seemed to have our little routine down. I'm glad I always let you know how much we loved you and how important you were....how important you still are. Until we meet again!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY