On June 30, 2022, Rebecca P. Lopez, our dear mother, and grandmother, passed away at the age of 78.
Mom was born in Zapata, Tx. on April 8, 1944, to Jose Perez and Maria Sepulveda. She was a faithful and devoted Jehovah Witness Parishioner since 1972. Mom will always be remembered in having a kind and quiet spirit. While growing up we remember mom enjoyed dancing, sewing, gardening and always working out at Women’s World in Alice, Texas. Mom was always quoting scriptures from the bible when you needed one and she was good at it.
Mom is preceded in death by her parents, late husband Ernesto G. Lopez, her father and mother-in-law, Alejandro, and Maria Soliz; brother, Roberto Perez; sisters, Apollonia Reyes, Concepcion Pena, and brothers-in-laws, Bernardino Soliz, Eddie Cox and sister-in-law Marylou Perez; nephews, Andy and Larry Cox, Martio Pena, and so many other family members that are loved and remembered in our hearts.
She is survived by Daughters Marylee (Javier) Cerda, Denise (Refugio) Gomez and Son Ernest Ray (Denise) Lopez; brother, Macario Perez, Jose Pepe Perez; sister, Francis Cox, brothers-in-laws Gilbert Reyes and Natividad Pena and many nieces and nephews, grandchildren, Elizabeth Cerda, Ruben Cerda Jr., Denise Renee Gomez, Nathan Ray Lopez, Ariel Gomez, Michael Gomez, Jorden Gomez and Natalie Denise Lopez.
We would like to thank Mrs. Isabel Arnold and family for watching over her while living in Laredo, TX. Also, we would like to thank the wonderful nurses from Regent Care Center of Laredo and Nurses on Wheels.
Mom’s wishes were to be cremated after the services.
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I’m very sorry for your loss. Your mother was always so kind hearted. I will not be able to make it to the services, but my thoughts & prayers are with you all.
Sincerely Yvette Salomon
We remember Ma Lopez when she lived with Son Ray in Humble Tx. A fun lady.
I remember meeting Ms. Lopez many decades ago when Ray and I worked together in 1992/1993. I remember once traveling to Alice, Texas to visit Ray’s mom. She was joyfully dancing at a dance hall. She was very kind and humble; traits she passed onto her kids. May God bless her soul.
So sorry for your loss, prayers for you and your family.