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Janie Quiroz

Nov 28, 1959 - Nov 27, 2023

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San Antonio, TX

Janie Sandoval Quiroz, a beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, and sister, peacefully passed away surrounded by her loving family on November 27th 2023 at the age of 63. Born on November 28, 1959, she was a free spirited individual known for her generous caring nature and beautiful soul. Janie's kind-heartedness extended to everyone she met. She had a welcoming spirit that made others feel at ease in her presence. Her nurturing nature led her to be deeply involved in the lives of...Read More

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Auriyonna Brielle Williams

Feb 05, 2024 - Feb 05, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Baby Auriyonna Brielle Williams was born February 5, 2024, in San Antonio, Texas, to the loving parents, Antyonna and Aurelius D. Williams, Jr. She was an Angel that will forever live in her parents hearts.

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Willie James Brooks

Dec 31, 1949 - Feb 13, 2024

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null, TX

Willie James Brooks was born December 31, 1949 to the late Ware Brooks, Sr. and Ceola Brooks. Willie received his formal education attending Marion High School located in Marion, Texas where he excelled and was active playing basketball. Willie continued his education attending Mansfield Institute where he studied HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical. He entered the workforce working as a Janitor at The Randolph Air Force Base up until his retirement. In the 1970's Willie was a part of a band playing the Base Guitar. He enjoyed fishing, being outdoors and visiting the Bob Hall Pier located in Corpus Christi, Texas. More than anything Willie loved spending quality time with his family and friends playing Dominoes which he was known to always beat everyone else. We all loved Willie, but God loved him best. Willie was proceeded in death by his father, Ware Brooks, Sr., mother, Ceola Brooks, Geraldine Thompson, Ware Brooks, Jr., Ceola Vera Thompson, Dorothy Lee Showers and Easter Marie Brooks. He leaves to cherish his memory, Gladys Brooks, Elsie Brooks-Martinea, Joann Brooks, Jaison Martinea, Larry Hill; Janice Edmonson; Wayne Thompson; Bernard Thompson; Darrell Brooks; Aleasha Brooks; Daunte Brooks; Kenneth Brooks; Nathaniel Brooks; Barry Brooks; Paula Walker; Andre Hall and a host of family and friends.

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Steve Lopez

Aug 09, 1968 - Feb 15, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Steve Lopez was born August 9, 1968 in Austin, Texas to the parentage of David Lopez and Estella Lopez. He received his formal education in the San Antonio Public School System. Steve leaves behind his loving children, mother, siblings, other family and friends.

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Robert E. Moon

Jan 09, 1927 - Feb 14, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

"Robert E. Moon Born in Rudy, Arkansas, January 9, 1927 Graduated from Cedarville H.S. – Arkansas 1945 Dates of military service: • Drafted into Army- April 1945 • Japanese Occupation- WWII- Sept 1945 • Korea/Japan- 1952 • France- 1963 • Retired with 20 years of Service- 1965 On February 14, 2024, our loved one “Gene”, born January 9, 1927, in Rudy Arkansas, was called to enjoy a few games of pool and pinochle with The Lord and his buddies. Gene always held his own just fine. He was the best of the best. A proud Army retiree, drafted during high school in April 1945, during WWII. He was present on the ship, in Toyko Bay, where he witnessed history being made, when the Japanese signed the surrender document. During his time in the military, he served overseas in Korea, Japan, and France, and stateside at Fort Sam Houston and Colorado, retiring with 20 years of service in 1965. While stationed at Fort Sam Houston, he met his lovely wife of 71 years, Kay Ross, and they married on July 23, 1952. Post military career he earned a second retirement as a banking officer, and then chose Canyon Lake, Texas, to settle down and enjoyed life with his wife. He was a gentleman of the kindest nature, and a man who didn’t know how not to love. He loved his family, life and all people. Gene was a caring and dedicated family man. He always had a big smile for the people who were lucky enough to know him. Those who knew Gene were fortunate to have him in their lives. He will forever be in our hearts and minds. Gene was preceded in death by his parents JB and Maggie Moon, siblings Louie, Geneva, Laurel, Morris, Lois, and Jack. He is survived by his wife Kay; children Kristie, Robby, and Brian; grandchildren Jeffrey, Matthew, Carrie, Shelby, Holly; great-grandchildren Kynlee, Brady, Jacy, Logan, Hayden, Beau, and Shepherd."

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MSgt. Gilbert Arthur Crawford

Sep 07, 1937 - Feb 18, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

MSgt. Gilbert Arthur Crawford, USAF (Ret.), affectionately known as Gib, passed away on February 18, 2024, in San Antonio, TX, after a period of failing health. Born in Independence, Missouri, on September 7, 1937, Gib's warmth, humor, and intelligence illuminated the lives of those around him throughout his 86 years.Gib's journey began in the heartland of America, where his robust spirit and dedication to service first took root. After serving in the United States Army as a land surveyor in Germany, Gib returned to civilian life, where he met and married Margaret Kathleen (Morris) Spring, with whom he had three children. His early career saw him working diligently at the Chevrolet Plant, both in Missouri and later in California. However, Gib's commitment to his country beckoned once more, leading him to enlist in the United States Navy in 1963. During the Vietnam War, he distinguished himself through his service and received several awards in recognition of his valor and dedication.In 1967, Gib transitioned to the United States Air Force, where he continued to serve with distinction until his retirement in 1983 as a Master Sergeant. His military career was marked by a steadfast commitment to excellence and the profound respect of his peers and subordinates alike.Beyond his professional achievements, Gib was a man of many passions. He was an ardent supporter of the Kansas City Chiefs, and his enthusiasm for the game often found him cheering on the local Judson football team with equal fervor. Gib also had a love for cars, which was only matched by his enjoyment of golfing and fishing—pastimes that allowed him to revel in the beauty of nature and the company of good friends.Gib's legacy of joy and friendship is carried on by his family: his wife Pok Sun; his sons Raymond Arthur (Debbie) Crawford of San Antonio and Robert Andrew of Norfolk, VA; his daughter Teresa (Cheryl) Crawford of Grand Rapids, MI; his brothers Edward (Jackie) Crawford of Florida, and Douglas (Carol) Crawford of Missouri. His grandchildren Angela, Danny, Calista, Makena, and Kierstyn, along with his nephews Mark and Kyle Crawford, and the extended Davison family, will fondly remember his humor and kindness. Gib was also a cherished figure to his great-grandchildren and many great-nieces and nephews.Preceding Gib in death were his second wife, Kumi Crawford; his parents, Harry A. Crawford and Helen (Johnson) Davison; his sisters Peggy Davison, and Gerry (Davison) Stark; his brother Doyle Davison; and his niece Natasha Crawford and nephew Kelly Crawford.Gib's life was a testament to the enduring power of love, laughter, and intellect. Those who knew him will remember his friendly demeanor, his effortless wit, and the intelligent conversations that could span from the intricacies of a well-played football game to the finer points of military history.As we bid farewell to MSgt. Gilbert Arthur Crawford, we do so with gratitude for the time we shared with him and the memories that will continue to inspire us. His influence will remain a guiding force, much like the North Star he often gazed upon during his nights at sea. Gib's story is one of honor, joy, and a life well-lived—a narrative that will be recounted with smiles and reverence for generations to come.

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Elizabeth Ann Flores

Sep 04, 1978 - Feb 14, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Elizabeth Ann Flores, born on September 4, 1978, in San Antonio Texas, went to be with the Lord on February 14, 2024, at the age of 45. She is preceded in death by her parents, Victor and Angelita Flores. She is survived by her loving husband of 18 years, Johnny Angel Contreras; daughters, Jovanna Flores, Jocelyn Flores, Jasmin Flores, Emeri Contreras, Nicole Contreras, and Brianna Contreras; sons, Justin Flores, Nathan Contreras, Ethan Contreras, and Johnny Angel Contreras Jr.; brothers, Eugene Flores, Ernest Flores, and wife Melany, Eric Flores, and wife Delaina Martinez; and Edward Flores, and wife Michelle Escobedo; sister, Evelyn Parker; grandchildren, Zayden Martinez, Jayvien Martinez, Carter Flores, Xander Flores, Ensley Flores, Kingston Contreras, Marcus Contreras, Faith Contreras, and Evan Contreras; numerous extended family and friends. Her presence in our lives will be dearly missed. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM with a 7:00 PM Prayer Service, and Thursday, February 29, 2024, from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Hillcrest Funeral Home.You may join the family for the livestreaming of the prayer service at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaVJ-_OOv6eXfc4Wh5SQ-NQ The family will honor her wish for cremation. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Elizabeth Ann Flores "Liz", please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Gustavo Vargas Jr.

Jul 07, 1979 - Feb 22, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Gustavo "Gus" Vargas Jr., beloved son, brother and friend went home to be with his Lord on February 22, 2024, at the age of 44 years. He was born on July 7,1979 in San Antonio, Texas to Maria Leyva and Gustavo Vargas. Gus was the most beautiful soul that would just light up the room with his personality. He was one of kind who had so much love to give and was not afraid to give it. His contagious laugh would fill the room whenever he was around. If anyone who was lucky enough to know him knew that he had the biggest heart and had the craziest personality and was always willing to lend a helping hand and ear. Gus leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories. Gus is survived by father, Gustavo Vargas, Sr.; mother, Maria Leyva; sister, Betty Garza; brother, Jeffery Vargas; nieces Meili Garza, Saleen Garza, Annabelle Vargas; aunt, Laura Perez; cousins, Daniel Martinez, Angel Guzman, Abigail Guzman, Damian Guzman, and his fur babies, Shaggs and shenanigans; as well as numerous other relatives and dear friends. He will be deeply missed by many.To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Gustavo Vargas, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Irene Delores Greene-Collier

Mar 13, 1937 - Feb 20, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

In Loving Memory of Irene Delores Greene-Collier, a beloved member of the San Antonio community, passed away peacefully on February 20, 2024, at the age of 86. Born on March 13, 1937, Irene was a cherished soul who touched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her.Irene was preceded in death by her loving parents but is survived by a host of loved ones who will forever cherish the memories shared with her. Her kind and gentle spirit will live on in the hearts of all those who were fortunate enough to have crossed paths with her.Throughout her life, Irene pursued knowledge and enlightenment, dedicating herself to her education and career. Her passion for learning was matched only by her love for her family and friends. She found joy in simple pleasures and pursued her hobbies and interests with unwavering dedication.Irene made significant contributions to her community through her kindness and generosity. She selflessly gave of herself to those in need, leaving a lasting impact on all those she encountered. Her accomplishments and contributions to society will be remembered and treasured by all who were touched by her light.Those who knew Irene will always remember her for the personal traits that made her so special. Her warmth, compassion, and genuine nature were qualities that endeared her to everyone she met. She had a way of making others feel valued and loved, leaving a lasting impression on all who knew her.A service to honor and celebrate the life of Irene Delores Greene-Collier will be held on Friday, March 15, 2024, at 11:00 AM at Jackson Mortuary Chapel in San Antonio, Texas. All are welcome to come together to pay their respects and share in the memories of a beautiful soul who touched so many lives.In this time of mourning, let us remember Irene for the light she brought into our lives and the love she shared with all who knew her. May her memory be a blessing, and may her spirit live on in the hearts of all who loved her.Rest in peace, Irene Delores Greene-Collier. Your legacy of love and kindness will never be forgotten."Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy." To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Irene Delores Collier, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Beatrice Gamboa Villarreal

Feb 17, 1933 - Feb 20, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Beatrice Gamboa Villarreal, a cherished mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister, peacefully departed this world on February 20, 2024 in San Antonio, Texas, surrounded by her loving family. Born on February 17, 1933, in San Antonio, she was the eleventh of thirteen children. Bea, a devout member of St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, married her childhood sweetheart, Fernando Villarreal Sr. She took pride in her thirty year career at Kelly AFB, breaking barriers during a time when few women pursued work outside the home. A proud matriarch, Bea found joy in her roles as a dedicated Spurs fan, mother, and grandmother. Survived by her children and their spouses: Rose Ann Guadiano (Carlos), Fernando Jr. (Gracie), Daniel Sr. (Laura), Sandra, and Valerie Michelson (Ben), along with fifteen grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, and one on the way, Bea’s legacy is a testament to her enduring love and strength. Visitation at Castillo Funeral Home on March 7th from 4:00-8:00 pm, with a rosary at 6:00 pm. A mass will be held on March 8, 2024, at 10:00 am, at St. John Berchmans Church. Bea will be deeply missed, but her legacy will live on in our hearts.

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Maricela Prieto Cardenas

Sep 13, 1965 - Feb 25, 2024

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San Antonio, TX

Maricela Prieto Cardenas, age 58, entered into rest on Sunday, February 25, 2024 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born on September 13, 1965. Funeral services are pending.

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