Julia Haro Garcia

April 12, 1947December 25, 2017
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Julia Haro Garcia, went to her eternal rest on December 25th, 2017, Christmas Day. She was born on April 12, 1947 in Cuxpala, Zacatecas, Mexico to Jose and Julia Haro. She lived in Cuxpala until coming to the United States in 1968, to Woodlake, California. She lived in Woodlake the rest of her life. She married Isaias Garcia in 1971. Julia was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Her heart was always full of love for others and her faith was unsurpassable. For Julia, being with her family was the most important thing in her life. She loved a full house. She showed her love by cooking, sewing and sharing stories with family and friends. She was extremely creative, generous, and fun loving. Faith and family are the two words that best described Julia. She truly lived her faith, and by her example, brought many closer to Jesus. Julia had complete trust in God, and in His will, and she understood well her purpose here on earth. She lived daily in truth and gladly shared her faith with both family and friends. Julia’s illness brought with it much pain and suffering, but she never complained. Instead, she lived this period with great joy, peace, and hope, and she offered up her suffering for the prayers and intentions of others. Julia would not allow her suffering to stand in the way of her helping others. By her example, and because of her constant prayer life, her family received an abundance of graces, and it is this legacy that was most important to her, as well as her devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Her husband, Isaias, fulfilled his promise to take her as his wife for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and health, until death. He set a beautiful example of faith and love in fulfilling that promise to her. Please honor Julia with your prayers, and if possible, help someone who carries a heavy or silent cross in her honor. She is survived by her husband, Isaias Garcia; sisters Carmen Reynoso, Abigail Sanchez, and brother Trinidad Haro; Daughter Yolanda Hyatt and husband Kenny, and grandchildren Grace and Samuel Hyatt; Daughter Lorena Garcia, and grandchildren Julianna and Daniel Quihuiz; Son Jose Garcia and wife Christina, and grandsons Benjamin, Andrew, and Matthew Garcia; And son Juan Miguel Garcia and wife Erin, and grandchildren Michael, Jonathan, and Kaitlin Garcia. She is preceded in death by her parents Jose and Julia Haro, sister Maria Refugio Reynoso, and granddaughter Mia Hyatt. The Holy Rosary will be recited at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at Miller Chapel in Woodlake, CA. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, December 29, 2017 at St Frances Cabrini Church in Woodlake, CA.

Mother’s legacy:

I have a lot to implement from what I learned from my mother. To love no matter what. To love until the end. To find strength in the Lord and true peace and joy in God and His Will. To bare all things with love. To trust in God in every situation. I’m so thankful for my mother who has shown me what love is and Who Love is.

Descansa en paz mamá querida,

Yolanda Hyatt

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