Maria “Janie” San Juanita Flores Christiansen
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Maria “Janie” San Juanita Flores Christiansen
Maria “Janie” San Juanita Flores Christiansen
Maria “Janie” San Juanita Flores Christiansen, 62, passed away peacefully on March 26, 2013, with her family and friends by her side. She was born to Manuel and Josefa Soliz Flores in Beeville, TX, on February 13, 1951. Janie was a graduate of A. C. Jones High School and then continued her education at Bee County College, receiving her nursing degree. She was employed with the Bee County Sheriff’s Department as the head nurse in the infirmary. She lived in Beeville and was a member of The Quinn St. Church of Christ.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Manuel and Josefa Flores; and a brother, Manuel Flores, Jr.

Those left to cherish her memories are her husband, Isaias Reyes of Beeville; a son, Eric Christiansen of DeMoines, Iowa; daughter, Senres Christiansen of Beeville; daughter, Kayce Christiansen of Beeville; a son, Fernando Gonzalez of Beeville; a granddaughter, Felicia, who was like a daughter in her heart; and also nine grandchildren, Ehren, William, Abigail, Brandi, Christan, Brittani, Lauryn, Mario and Donovan; three great-grandchildren, Delylah, Manuel and Alysse; two sisters, Dora Juarez and husband Albert of Arizona and Lupita Garibay and husband George of Houston; and her aunt, Irene Soliz of Beeville. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and her second family, the Bee County Sheriff’s Department.

The family received family and friends for visitation at Angelus Funeral Home beginning at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 28, 2013; a funeral service to celebrate Janie’s life was held the same day beginning at 3 p.m. with Mr. Robert Bridge and Mr. Julio Zuniga officiating. Special music was provided by Edward Garza, Daniel Longoria and Juan Casas. Services concluded at the chapel.

Angelus Funeral Home
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March 28, 2013
I will miss Janie. She was a friend. She helped me with my RA shots. She helped a friend with changing the guaze after surgery. She did it as a friend.

She loved to laugh, dance, TV, read, dominos, her friends, family and eating out with her friends.

She was very blessed to have people around her to celebrate her birthdays and take her to medical appointments.

Janie was an angel on earth. The Lord saw she was in pain and called her to heaven.

I am not alone in saying she will be missed.

I know she is worthy of heaven. Thank you Janie for all you did on earth and listening to me rambling on the phone.