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Mrs. Margarita Guzman Romero
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Mrs. Margarita Guzman Romero
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Mrs. Margarita Guzman Romero, 96, died Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, in a Beeville hospital.

She was born on Feb. 21, 1913, in Bee County to the late Severo and Josefa Guerrero Guzman.

Mrs. Romero was preceded in death by two sons, Isaac and Zaragosa Romero.

Survivors include her husband of 79 years, Catarino N. Romero of Mineral; five daughters, Mary R. Burgos of Beeville, Pauline R. Gonzalez and Esther R. Watson of Corpus Christi, Frances R. Guajardo of Mineral and Anita R. Loa of Waco; four sons, Mike G. Romero of Petronilla, Richard G. Romero of Mineral, Catarino G. Romero Jr. of Houston and Ramiro G. Romero of Corpus Christi; four sisters, Tomasita Chavez and Lillie Ramon of Beeville, Marcela Gonzales of San Antonio and Sulema Ortiz of Houston; one brother, Corando Guzman of Corpus Christi; 52 grandchildren, 62 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.

Visitation was held Friday from 1 to 9 p.m. at Treviño Funeral Home, where a memorial service was held at 7 p.m.

Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday (today) at Primera Iglesia Bautista in Mineral with Dr. Alcides Guajardo officiating. Burial will follow at the Mineral Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Mike Romero, Catarino Romero Jr., Richard Romero, Ramiro Romero, Fred Loa and Sam Watson.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to Primera Iglesia Bautista.
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BettyPaul
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April 16, 2010
My grandmother was such a special woman who was a beautiful, strong, happy woman. We love her and miss her so very much..we know that she is Heaven celebrating with my father (Zaragosa) and now with grandpa (Catarino). Miss them all dearly and know that we will seem them in Heaven. A big HUG to my aunts, uncles and cousins. GOD Bless, Love and Hugs --from Betty
pollo
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February 18, 2010
I praise the Lord for mama's long life with us. She was truly a virtious woman of God. We miss her so very much and will keep all her precious memories in our heart. I thank God for her example and the impact she had on so many people.

Thanks to all who attended our family in times of sadness & sorrow but we KNOW she is with her Lord. Our dad is so strong in the Lord also and we pray the Lord will keep him healthy.

Ok family members, lets try to live our lives as mama did. God bless you all.
sylviacervantesbenavidez
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February 16, 2010
Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with you and the family Please accept our deepest sympathy on the lost of our sister in christ, your mom. We were unable to attend the funeral services but, you were in our thoughts the Romero family has always had a very SPECIAL place in our hearts the christian example you all showed me growing up will Never be forgotten!!If we can help in anyway we are here for the family.We love all of you and continue to pray for the family to bring comfort knowing God has a special place for all of us and we will join her in the heavenly place one day.

For those of you that do not remember or recognize our names I am Bro. Salvador Cervantes daughter, and she is rejoicing with him praising the Lord, singing and seeing Gods face.

Love all of you, Sylvia and Jerry Benavidez
Alcazar
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February 12, 2010
Romero Family, Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your wonderful mother. The Lord really blessed her with a long life, and I know she enjoyed every moment of it immensely. She truly was a woman of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by the way she lived her life, how she loved her family, and the kindness she spread to all those she encountered along life's journey. I saw her a few years ago, and she looked just like I always remembered her...sweet, kind, warm, and loving. Each of you have your own special memories of her, so cherish them all...her spirit will be with you forever...she's just a memory away! She loved each and everyone of you with all her heart...and I know you were proud to call her your MOTHER. And, last, but not least...Tio Catarino I know Tia Margarita leaves a big void in your heart, but I know you feel comfort in knowing that she's now in God's loving arms.

Socorro Alcázar-Alexander