So sorry for your family's loss! You are very special lady. I had fun working with you at mervyn's DC in Plano Texas! Pray for your family.
Cheryl tucker, October 23, 2019 Lisa, so sorry to hear about your mom. Prayers for the family. Thomas and cindy mcgill, September 12, 2019 Chrissy and Elisa and to the rest of your family. I send my deepest condolences to you all from me and my family. Maria was a very loving woman and growing up with you both she was like a mother to me. She will be missed, especially her beautiful smile she always had when I saw her and her kind heart. I love you both. If you need anything please do not hesitate do give me a call. Camesha Dickerson, September 12, 2019 Our deepest condolences to the Hinojosa Family. Our continued prayers for comfort and peace are with you. The Lemus Family (Rosanne, David and Kayla), September 11, 2019 Had not seen her since the last reunion. Spoke with her. Still super nice just like in HS. BIG Cowboy fan I know. Condolences to the family. Dwayne Yoesting, September 11, 2019 Prayers for you and your family. We are sorry for your loss. Bridget Raymond, September 11, 2019 Deepest condolences to the family for your loss. Maria was the sweetest lady I worked with at Mervyn's, she always had a smile on her face, I regret not being able to get with her before she left, she will be missed. Marilyn Henson , September 11, 2019 Maria, Maria, sweet Maria! Such a sweet, beautiful soul! You are very muched loved and will be very much missed! Thank you for the goodness and beauty you brought into this world! Prayers for your precious family that God will bring them peace and comfort knowing that you’ve been made whole and no longer suffer from this terrible disease that claimed your life. Rest In Peace Maria! Your friends and family of the MHS Class of 1970!! Jamie Poston Cates, September 10, 2019 Your mom was one of the best little league softball coaches I had. Our mothers set the example of being a wife, mother, businessman and coach. They did it with excellence and a smile.
Desiray Francis (Wyatt), September 10, 2019 Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn’s rain. When you awaken in the morning’s hush, I am the swift uplifting rush of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there. I did not die. - Written by Mary Elizabeth Frye in 1932
Brandon Champion, September 10, 2019 I remember your Mom as a thoughtful, kind, compassionate woman. I have great memories of her and that great big beautiful smile and yes, those grand dimples. She will be missed. May God bless you all during this time of loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. Kathy Howard, September 10, 2019 My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. Lulu was such a lovely person. God bless each and everyone of you.
Mike Maffioli, September 10, 2019 Lisa, so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. If there is anything we can do today, tomorrow or months later to help you or your family, please let know. Sheryl Coleman, September 10, 2019 So sorry to hear about Maria! Praying for peace and comfort for all of your family!
Teresa Rutherford Grimes, September 10, 2019 Lou was such an amazing person. I have nothing but great memories of her. I see her beautiful face with those sweet dimples. She could light up a room with her smile. She had the sweetest disposition and not a mean bone in her body. You could easily make her laugh. Our family has lost a great person nobody will ever be able to fill her spot. She was a special one. Yoli
Yoli Cavazos, September 10, 2019 I met Maria when we were in Junior High. She was a very sweet person and had the best dimples when she smiled and she was always smiling. I have so many memories of her when we were young. One of my favorites is when we used to discussed the "Monkees." Her favorite one was Peter Tork and I thought Davy Jones was it. As it often happens, we went our separate ways after graduation. First time I saw her again was at our 30th class reunion. We talked like it had been the day before. We caught up with each others lives in a short time. The last time I saw her was at the Walmart parking lot. The disease had already robbed her of her muscles and speech. But she had that smile on her face and her eyes were bright as always. I will miss that smile but I know she is no longer in pain. She is now in heaven with those who have gone before her. She will be looking after all her family and friends she left behind. I hope to be one of those. Beatriz Garcia Hemphill, September 10, 2019 RIP... my sweet friend! Go fly high with the angels!! You will definitely be missed!
Jose& Lori Romero & Family, September 10, 2019 Joe, Kris’s, Lisa and Lupe, we are saddened by the loss of such a sweet friend. Our prayers are with you all. Karen & Willie Recer, September 10, 2019 Maria was a well loved member of the McKinney High School class of 1970. She will be missed by us all, but we believe with you that she now rests in the arms of God. Alton Biggs, September 10, 2019 So sorry for your loss. Paul Sparkman, September 10, 2019 Dear sweet friend, your presence and kindness will be missed by so many, my heart aches knowing that you are not with us, God has you with Him now and your beautiful smile is the sunlight in Heaven. We love you and miss your beautiful smile.
Linda Rhodes, September 10, 2019 So saddened to Hear This!! Was my grade school Teacher, a Very nice wonderful Lady in and Out!! May God Bless your Soul!! Love,
Cornell Terrell , September 9, 2019 I am so sorry to learn of Maria's passing. She will be missed by many many people. My thoughts and prayers are with her loving family. Carolyn McCarley, September 9, 2019 Maria (LuLu) was one of the sweetest people you could ever meet. Her cubicle was right behind mine in the District Clerk’s Office. We shared many good laughs together and I was in shock to read she had passed away. Had messaged her a few days before when she posted her girls would be mad at her for posting their pictures. Told her no one would ever be mad at her. She had a sense of humor and was such a caring, compassionate person. Love you sweet Maria. I remember how she loved to eat at Jalapeños. I know she thought the world of her family, you Joe, and both of you girls and grandchildren. Miss you tons already. See you one day in Heaven. Charlotte Jennings, September 9, 2019