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Maria Alicia Garza Gonzales
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Maria Alicia Garza Gonzales
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Maria Alicia Garza Gonzales, 59, of Beeville, died Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009.

She was born Dec. 19, 1949, in Beeville, to Jose K. Garza and Braulia V. Garza. She married Domingo Gonzales on Feb. 28, 1965. She was a homemaker and a member of New Hope Christian Church.

Mrs. Gonzales was preceded in death by her parents, Jose and Braulia Garza; a brother, Joe Garza Jr.; and a sister, Lydia Vega Segovia.

Survivors include her husband, Domingo Gonzales of Beeville; four children, Maria (Andrew) Lucas of Minnesota, Leroy (Rosa) Gonzales, Steve Gonzales and Randy (Vanessa) Gonzales, all of Beeville; nine grandchildren, Robert Lee, Jessica, Kenneth, Cody Lee, Cheyenne, Colton Leroy, Steven Anthony, Marcus Steven and Daniella Yvette; three great-grandchildren; six brothers, Salvador Mike Garza and Alec Kohler-Vega of California, Casmira Garza, Frank Garza and Fernando Garza of Beeville and Jimmy Garza of Waxahachie; and one sister, Dora Alicia Philyaw of Arkansas.

Visitation was held Saturday at Treviño Funeral Home from 6 to 9 p.m. and continued on Sunday with a prayer service at 7 p.m.

Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at New Hope Christian Church with Pastor Salvador P. Rincon officiating. Burial followed at Our Lady of Victory Cemetery #2.

Pallbearers were Randy Gonzales, Steve Gonzales, Leroy Gonzales, Cody Gonzales, Anthony Gonzales, Robert Suniga and Kenneth Ramsey Suniga.
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aleckohlervega
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October 03, 2009
To my sister's husband Domingo and her children Maria, Leroy, Steven, and Randy I want you to know how much I loved my sister Mary. Ever since our Mother passed my sister just took over the role of keeping our family together during all the holidays, birthdays, and any family reunion events and I will miss her calling me to remind me of those special family events. My sister Mary was and still continues to be a wonderful woman that I will always love her and will not ever forget her. I want you to know that we truely have an angel looking over us until we join her. LOVE and HUGS

Uncle Alec
Maria Lucas
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September 23, 2009
My mom was a wonderful lady with a big heart. Always helping others and putting herself last. She always remembered everyones birthday and anniversary. She would give them a small gift or make them a cake or call them or dedicate a song to them on the radio. The woman that I have become today I owe all to my mother. She taught me the way of life and showed me how to survive. The cooking I know is becasue of my mom I can make the delicious meals she made. My mom will forever live in me she was an angel sent to us from up above. When God sent her to my dad to marry he really blessed us all with a wonderful mother and and blessed my dad with an amazing wife. I love you mom and I know I will see you again one day in heaven. I will hold you and kiss your beautiful face. I know you are up there watching over us.
Soveida G Hoffmann
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September 15, 2009
Mary Alice and I lived next door to each other. We were good friends -- we went to Jackson School. I remember her well and the good times we had.

May she rest in peace. My condolences to her family and God Bless her family.
pokerchip
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September 15, 2009
Alice was a very nice, hard working person. I knew her since Jackson School Elementary way back then. Once in a while I would see her around Beeville. She carried her crosses with no complaints. May she be in heaven with all the angels free of pain. My condolences to her sons and daugther and husband.