Angela Garcia Obituary – Death: Memorial service: 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rosary: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Mount Olivet Chapel. Angie was conceived August 2, 1929, in Fort Worth, Texas. She resigned having worked at Fort Worth Laundry for a long time. Angie partook in the less difficult things throughout everyday life and was consistently there for loved ones.
Angie was extremely autonomous, and she never needed anybody to make a fight for her. She adored being loose at home doing her housework and working in the yard and nursery. Angie was a caring soul and throughout the long term helped raise, look after children, care for some relatives and companions. She was viewed as family by everybody she met, and Angie contacted numerous hearts with her liberality, empathy, and thoughtfulness. She will be remembered fondly however always remembered.
Survivors: Sister, Amparo Alejandro of Fort Worth; nephews, Frank Alejandro Jr. furthermore, his better half, Margaret of Brownsville, Texas, and Robert Alejandro and his significant other, Misty of Fort Worth, Tony Garcia and his significant other, Cindy; niece, Rosie “Garcia” Gonzales of Huntington Beach, California; and various extraordinary nephews, incredible nieces, and more distant family individuals.