OBITUARY

Eva Flores

November 2, 1944January 22, 2019

Eva Flores, 74 of Yakima went to be with her Lord Jesus Christ on January 22, 2019. Eva was born November 02, 1944 in Torrington, WY to Carlos J. and Francisca J. Diaz. The family moved to the Yakima Valley a few years later where she attended school. She was a very hard worker doing warehouse jobs, a coat factory and later became a deli manager at the corner store, Family Foods.

She met and married the love of her life Manuel Flores on December 11, 1970 just celebrating 48 years of marriage. On January 17, 2019, they renewed their vows while she was in the hospital. Pastor Don Davis renewed them for them. Eva loved spending time with her family which she loved all of them very much. She cherished her 2 great grandchildren the most. They were her pride and joy.

She is survived by her loving husband Manuel Flores, 2 daughters, Anne Diaz and Jennifer (John) Burt. Sisters Frances (Pete) Cerna, Josie (John) Moore, Mary Salazar, Sally Diaz and a brother Pete (Vera) Diaz. Her grandchildren Andre (Alex), Jessica (Geno), Jacob, and Anthony and her 2 great grandchildren Elijah and Amiyah Diaz and numerous nieces and nephews which she loved them all unconditionally.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Carlos and Francis Diaz, a sister Annie Thomas, a brother Gerald Diaz, a daughter Stephanie Flores, her niece Patricia Thomas and April Thomas and a nephew Michael Macias.

Our family would like to thank all the friends and family for visiting our mother while in the hospital. We really appreciate the love and prayer for her. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts. To share a memory of Eva please visit www.lepfuneralhome.com

  • FAMILY

  • She is survived by her loving husband Manuel Flores, 2 daughters, Anne Diaz and Jennifer (John) Burt. Sisters Frances (Pete) Cerna, Josie (John) Moore, Mary Salazar, Sally Diaz and a brother Pete (Vera) Diaz. Her grandchildren Andre (Alex), Jessica (Geno), Jacob, and Anthony and her 2 great grandchildren Elijah and Amiyah Diaz and numerous nieces and nephews which she loved them all unconditionally.

    She is preceded in death by her parents, Carlos and Francis Diaz, a sister Annie Thomas, a brother Gerald Diaz, a daughter Stephanie Flores, her niece Patricia Thomas and April Thomas and a nephew Michael Macias.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, January 30, 2019
REMEMBERING

Eva Flores

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Gloria Hancock

January 28, 2019

From the first day I met Eva and the family she and the family welcomed me with open arms and loving heart. She was always kind to me, giving me a hug and calling me Glo : ) ...Her faith was strong, and I leaned on her words and scriptures when my heart was heavy, in fact I still have scriptures she wrote for me to read on little pieces of papers in my bible. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her, I miss her. Rest in Peace Dear Sweet Eva. Love you, Glo

Kym Aills

January 26, 2019

My Aunt Eva was like a second mother to me. Growing up with her living right down the road from my family I was with her often. We spent many dinners, holidays,mini vacations,shopping excursions, and movie nights at her home along with Uncle Manuel, and my cousins Anne, and Jennfir. There are no words that truly could describe my tremendous sense of loss and heartache that I am feeling since she went to heaven. I am forever grateful to God for giving me such a loving, generous, supportive, and beautiful light named Eva. Until we meet again in heaven I will cherish the memories, and look forward to hugging you again. I love you so. ❤️

Christopher Esparza

January 26, 2019

My aunt Eva was a bright light of love with a heart filled with compassion generosity understanding and most importantly love for her entire family. From myself and my brothers we mourn the loss of our beloved aunt and celebrate her glorious life she blessed us with here on earth. God bless.

Anne Diaz

January 25, 2019

They miss you so much!

Christy Nichols

January 25, 2019

Rest in peace my dear sweet Aunt Eva. I am so thankful to have been able to talk to you before you went to Heaven. You will always be in our hearts

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY