OBITUARY

Frances Taguacta

May 8, 1939January 29, 2021
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In Loving Memory and Celebration of Life Frances Mary-Margaret Langoc Taguacta “Fran or Franny, Ma Fran”

Frances Taguacta, beloved wife of Jesus S.A. Taguacta was called home by our heavenly Father at the age of 81 on February 29, 2021. Born on May 8. 1939, She was the daughter of late of PIerre and Filomena Langoc of New York.

Born in Manhattan, New York, Frances graduated from several different colleges with studies in nursing and counseling. After many years with her husband and family they moved to Austin, Texas where she lived for over 30 years and worked in insurance as an underwriter. After many years in Austin, she decided to move and travel to spend some time with her children. In 2012 she moved and resided in Friendswood, TX where she retired and enjoyed life.

Frances is preceded by her late husband Jesus San Agustin Taguacta. Parents: Filomena Grimaldi Langoc and Pierre Langoc, Sr. Brothers and Sisters: Mary, Ana, Paul and Pierre Langoc, Jr. and her son; David Taguacta. Grandchildren: Gabrial and Desiree Lefever and great-grandchild; Kian Bravo. She will be greatly missed and remembered in the hearts of her legacy had she left. Children: Deborah (Taguacta) & Vincent, SR (dec.) Lefever, Joaquin &Melissa Tagaucta, Renae (Taguacta) & Pat Cruz, and Michelle Taguacta.

Grandchildren: Vincent Lefever, JR., Salina Lefever, Alyssa Lefever, Valene Bravo, Stephanie, Cera Taguacta, Kayla Taguacta, Kimberly Concepcion, Christopher and Stephanie Cruz, Katrina Kuhl and all their prospective spouses.

Great Grand Children: Christian, Isaiah, Caleb, Matao, Xavier, Ti’nina, Mai’ana, Fu’una, and Joaquin-Vincent; Isabella and Kian (dec.); Julia, Gabriel, Raphael, Michael, Gloria, James and Isaiah; Seth, Soreena, Khae’ly, Inina and Inasa; Michael, Nate, Eli, and Evangeline; Amelia She will be deeply missed by her friends who are her extended family members (too many to mention) whom she called daughters, sons, and grandchildren. Numerous cousins, nieces and nephews will also miss her.

Last Respects for Frances will be held on February 9th and 10th at the Forest Park Funeral Home and Cemetery, 21620 Gulf Freeway, Webster Texas 77598.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm with a rosary starting at 6:00 pm.

Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 10:00 am.

Burial service will be held on February 24, 2021 at 2:30 pm at the Fort Sam Houston Veterans Cemetery,1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd., San Antonio, TX 79209, where she will be buried next to her husband.

Due to COVID19 Pandemic Guidelines and Polices it is mandatory to wear masks at the Funeral Home and Grave Site.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

  • Rosary Service

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, February 10, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Memories

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Jahmilah Tyson

February 6, 2021

Mama Fran, you couldn’t help but love this lady. Every time I was in her presence I smiled and laughed. She told it like it was and said it how she felt it. I will miss her “Hey I know you!” when I’d see her, her telling me thank you, telling me how cute I am, and listening to her and Michelle’s mother/daughter interactions. The one thing that I will hold onto is what she said that last time I saw her, “You’re beautiful.” I now know that she wasn’t talking about my outward appearance, but she was talking about what is on the inside. She started at me and kept saying it. Then she turn to Michelle and ask her for validation.

My prayers and condolences to the family. I know it is sad that she’s gone, but let us rejoice knowing that she is with the Father.

Randi Washington-Walker

February 5, 2021

Last time I had the privilege of being with Ms. Frances was Thanksgiving and I enjoyed her so much. She was full of life, always smiling and joking. I will never forget that Thanksgiving she was truly fun to be around 💜

Jasmin Amina-Price

February 5, 2021

May you rest in love Granny Franny! You will be forever in our hearts and our memories. I have many memories of you and we were so blessed to have you apart of our lives.

Me Ke Aloha Pumehana,
Joe, Jasmin, Dan, Haeani and Logan

Karin Albert

February 5, 2021

I absolutely loved Ms. Fran’s boisterous personality and jovial spirit. We always had a good time when we came together. She had stories for days & an opinion about everything. One of the things that she always asked when she saw me was “Do you have a boyfriend? You’re a cute young lady. You should have a boyfriend!” Lol Chelle would just shake her head like “Mom! Don’t ask ppl that!” But me and Ms Fran always could have a good laugh and good time together so it was fine with me.. even tho my answer was always “no boyfriend yet.” Lol. I’m am sincerely praying for your family right now. Her beautiful presence will be missed! ❤️

Doreen Duran

February 5, 2021

She was always so kind to me and yes she was always smiling and she was funny 😌 I am so glad I had the beautiful pleasure of meeting her..

Keitra Jones

February 5, 2021

My deepest condolences to you and your family. It was such a joy to see the impact she had on her children and family. She will be missed but the beaautiful impression she left here is forever.

Lynn Villamor

February 5, 2021

My first phone call from you I was scared as heck! 16 and having your first great grand....but you never said a bad thing to me instead welcomed me with open arms! You always had the Biggest heart. Wish we had come back for a visit....or were able to call to say we missed you! Sending love to you everyday!

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