Victoria Rojas

April 21, 1954 - December 8, 2022
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Monday 12/12, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Victoria Rojas, 68, went to her eternal home on December 8, 2022, after a hard-fought battle with cancer. Born on April 21, 1954, in Slaton, TX, she was the daughter of the late George and Lorenza Piña. She married the love of her life, Tony Rojas, on December 7, 2002. Together they built a lifeContinue Reading

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Toni Castillo left a message on December 13, 2022:
RIP Beautiful Lady, I met Victoria back in late 70's. An amazing Lovely Lady that loved her Family, and A Great Friend to her many Friends. Always made anyone and everyone,feel like family. We had many great conversations that I've always cherished. You will Truly Be Missed But Not Forgotten. Good-bye Amiga until we Meet Again. My Deepest Condolences to Girls and All her Family. Toni Castillo - Georgetown, Texas
Becky Gallardo Hinojosa left a message on December 13, 2022:
My deepest condolences to all her family. Victoria was a wonderful lady who was a joy to run into. Always smiling and had a joke to make you laugh. May she rest in peace and May her family find strength and comfort in the difficult months to come. Love, The Gallardo Family
Cathy Rodolph left a message on December 12, 2022:
Victoria you always had a smile and a laugh for me! Remember I want a steak, bake potato, peach cobbler, and sweet tea! 😋 I wish I could have made it today to celebrate your amazing life and friendship! Until we meet again! Love you 😍!
Linda Gutierrez Rodriguez left a message on December 12, 2022:
My condolences for the family. Victoria was my work family and will truly be miss. Our heavenly father has gained a precious angel to watch over her family. I pray the lord wrap his arms around the family thur all this
Tina Brookover (Rojas) left a message on December 12, 2022:
My sweet family, Tony is my first cousin and I live in Colorado. Tony and Vicky were an amazing example of a loving couple to my husband and I. As Mother Teresa said, our loss on Earth is our gain in heaven. I understand why God takes beautiful people like your mom. Vicky was my wedding planner in 1995 and decorated San Ramon Catholic Church and the hall of Knights of Columbus with love and beauty! Forever grateful! Her smile will be missed, because her smile represented the gift of LOVE, not hers but our Lord's. I am so sorry to hear this news the loss of our Sister in Christ, Vicky, and will be praying my rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy as a 9 day novena for her and all those that were so dear to her. The worst illness is loneliness, she never had to battle that! Be like Jesus and Vicky, be Holy, like our Heavenly Father. Today we honor our Lady of Guadalupe and Vicky! Not a coincidence, Our Lady takes all her prayers in haste to her Son, lets keep praying for one another. This memorial and all the beautiful pictures with many smiles and music, brought tears to my eyes, the scripture verses defined her as a living disciple of Jesus. Vicky was, living her life to it's fullest! THANK YOU JESUS for giving us our sister Vicky! God Bless You and Peace Be With You With Love, John, Tina, Elena, and Carina Brookover
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ROSALINDA JIMENEZ left a message on December 12, 2022:
I am very saddened to hear of your passing my friend. It wasn't but a few months ago that I saw you and Tina. I couldn't even tell you were ill because you were the same lively, smiley self as I have know to be for oh so many years. You always seemed happy though life brought you sadness thru the years I am sure, but your got through it all and put on a brave face. You will be missed but I picture you walking through the gate of heaven and saying, Ya la hice'! I am sure you are at peace with your all the loved ones that were there to greet you. Keep watch over your loved ones from heaven my friend. Someday we will all see each other again.
Olivia Vaughn left a message on December 11, 2022:
Our condolences to the family. May she rest in peace. I will truly miss her kindness and help.
Sylvia Hernandez left a message on December 11, 2022:
My condolences at prayers to the families sorry for your loss. My sister-in-law was a great person very caring and loving RIP Vicky
Sandra DeLeon left a message on December 11, 2022:
My prayer for The Entire Family of Victoria Rojas, May God’s peace and love comforts you through the pain you’re feeling right now. I also pray he helps you recover and heal, in time, from this heartbreaking loss. Your Mother was one of a kind; Beautiful, Loving and Provided Endless Kindness. I will miss her smile and hugs...Rest in Peace Beautiful Lady.
Bea Martinez left a message on December 11, 2022:
My deepest condolences to the families, in my thoughts and prayers.🌹🙏🏽🙏🏽💐
Israel Garcia left a message on December 10, 2022:
Our Prayers 🙏 And Our Condolences To You And La Familia Love You Guys
Rosie Lucero Weaver left a message on December 10, 2022:
As a young girl, I remember she was the only one who was gentle enough to brush my hair. Although she pulled my hair tightly into a braid, or a pony tail, it was ok because she did it with love and ease, and she always had a conversation with me in the process. She was an amazing listener and always had good, encouraging advice to me as a young girl. She and my brother always took me on all of their vacations and to Slaton, to gather with her family. She always included me. If I needed an outfit for this or that at school, she would either provide one or she would say, “you know where my closet is, come on over and look.” I also remember that she loved lemons…peel and all. She was always loud and could get everyone’s attention or get everyone in line if we were playing a game or whatever it was, she was good at organizing whatever it was we were doing. Later in life, she continued to be someone I could call, someone I could lean on and talk to. Vicki had a heart of gold, and a beautiful welcoming smile to go with it. I will always remember when my brother was in the hospital and I asked him what her favorite color was and he told me it was Canary yellow. I laughed and said, “canary” yellow, not just yellow? He said nope, Canary yellow. So, I called her right then and asked, “Vicki, what’s your favorite color?” She said, “Canary Yellow.” I know you were ready to go home and be with Jesus and Tony, and now you’re in a new body with no pain, and with your love. We will miss you and we love you so. All my love to the girls and all the family 🙏
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