Guadalupe S. Alonso

11/19/1945 –


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  • Funeral Service
Date: 05/12/2020


Guadalupe S. Alonso passed away on May 7, 2020. Private family service to celebrate her life of 74 years will be on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. In support of our city officials and the health of our community, no other guests will be allowed to attend the in-person event at this time. A live stream of the service is available and available for thirty days at You are encouraged to sign a virtual guestbook by selecting the icon and below the obituary is a place to share memories and expressions of sympathy.

Guadalupe was born on November 19, 1945, one of ten children to Eugene and Simona Salazar in Yoakum, TX. She became a caretaker from a young age which instilled in her a strong work ethic for the rest of her life.  Guadalupe practiced a strong Catholic faith and served as a Guadalupana.  She attended St. Francis Catholic Church in Wolfforth, and many Sundays following her church she would join one of her daughters at Trinity Church or Church on the Rock, which she also enjoyed. She will be remembered for many things, her love for gardening and her beautiful yard, her work ethic, opening her home and feeding family and friends, and her TAMALES!  Most of all she will be remembered for her selflessness and loving spirit.

Survivors include her husband, Agapito Alonso; two daughters, Catherine Ann (Eddie) Muniz, Connie (Oscar) Lopez; three sons, Joe Angel (Cheena) Resendez, Adam Lee Alonso, and Anthony Noel Salazar; fifteen grandchildren; twenty great-grandchildren; two brothers, Amador Salazar and David Salazar; and two sisters, Isabel Torres and Mary Keagy.

She is joined once again with her parents, a grandson, Brandon Muniz; and five brothers, Felix Salazar, Tony Salazar, Fernando Salazar, Johnny Salazar, and Armondo Salazar.

We would like to express our gratitude to Irma Garcia Herrera for her love and care that was shown for our beloved, Guadalupe.

Celebration for Guadalupe Alonso


13 thoughts on “Guadalupe S. Alonso”

  1. Sal n Lydia Loredo

    May you R.I.P. and may our Lord give you eternal rest and peace
    May our Lord wrap you in his loving arms and Enjoy being reunited with all our departed relatives what a Joy it must have beer ??

  2. Martha Hernandez

    My deepest thoughts, condolences and prayers go out to your surviving family and friends. May God give them comfort in knowing you are healed in no more pain with your body renewed and welcomed by all those awaiting your arrival home. As God wrapped you in his warm embrace welcoming you home. You hard work, love and dedication in your Godly deeds have earned you your wings. Rejoice in all heavens splendor! Hugs and kisses??

  3. My dearest condolences to her family. I pray that God will bring peace during this time. I was blessed to have know her since I was a kid. She had a heart of gold, she will be missed.

  4. Beatrice Y, Salazar

    My Deepest Sympathy , Connie, Catherine, Agapito, Joe Adam, Anthony , With tears in my eyes it is with great pain to say we will miss this lovey Lady. Will always treasure our time we spent together, we laughted, we cried, we had long conversations, I’m going to miss all those things, Just like I know u are Rejoicing in Heaven with your Love Ones, So Sister In Law save a place for me next to you, .Its hard to let u go. Amen

  5. Angela Salazar

    How lucky you all were to have such a GREAT mom, grandmother, sister and wife. Thank you for everything you and your family have done for our family. May you find comfort in your memories and the love your family has shared. You are in perfect peace! RIH Tia Lupe I’ll forever love you….. I hope your dancing in the sky with my daddy ❤

  6. Janie Hernandez

    Our deepest condolences friend
    Prayers for strength and comfort through this difficult time

  7. Valerie Salazar

    She will be greatly missed! My heart goes out to you all, Connie, Cathy, Adam, Gavin, Anthony, and to all the family. Cherish all memories! She is now resting in peace and has a special place in all our hearts. I love u and know she is watching us from above just like my dad does daily. Gone but never forgotten ??

  8. May you rest with The Lord. My condolences to the family. She will be greatly missed.

  9. Jessica T Martel

    My Most Sincere Condolences to My Family.Cathy,Connie,Joe,Adam and Anthony.I know the pain and sadness is unbearable,My Tio must be so lost,He was my Tias Love,Her partner…Her Other Half…I cant imagine your sorrow.My Tía will forever be in our hearts and thoughts and in our memories.Rip Tía,Fly high and be at Peace.I Will always Love you.

  10. Isaias Rosales

    A life full of love and family. She is in a better place and is waiting for the time when everybody will be together once again. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

  11. What a beautiful celebration and tribute to a wonderful woman! She’s earned her wings and with our loved ones on the other side. No good-byes…. until we see you again Tia! We’ll keep you in our hearts always! Every time I see our cousins, it’ll be just like Tia’s there… the ray of her light will live on in the generations. Lots of love to our cousins. God surround them love and peace today and always.

  12. Ann Noble and Jim Lambert

    Lupe was such a beautiful gift to all those who knew and loved her. She was a woman of great wisdom and faith. You who were so blessed to be her family, know how deeply she loved you. Her goodness and kindness were shown in immeasurable amounts. Knowing and loving Lupe made her family and friends better human beings. We love you dear Lupe! We celebrate you now and forever.

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