Eva Duran Garcia

Eva Duran Garcia
Eva Duran Garcia

Eva Duran Garcia, 71, of Amarillo, died Saturday, December 11, 2021.

Services will be at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, December 16, 2021, at Cornerstone Outreach Ministries with Joe Kirkwood officiating.  Burial will be in Llano Cemetery.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Eva was born on January 31, 1950, in Ysleta, Texas to Consuelo and Felipe Duran.  She graduated from Andrews High School in San Jose, California.  Eva earned her LVN from Frank Phillips College and her RN from Amarillo College.   She had worked for over 25 years at Golden Plains Community Hospital in Borger.

She married Victor Garcia on December 28, 1969.

Eva loved sewing, cooking, singing and helping others.  She enjoyed doing crossword puzzles, Sudoko, dominoes, and watching sports.

She is survived by her husband, Victor Garcia; two sons, Victor B. Garcia and wife Allison and Marcos Garcia, all of Amarillo; three daughters, Eva Garcia of Amarillo; Reina Comer and husband Darin of Borger; and Vanessa Garcia of Amarillo; her father, Felipe Duran of San Jose, California; four brothers; and eight sisters; twelve grandchildren, Adrean, Jacob, Hillary, Tasia, Damaris, Aurora, Jacinda, Haley, Zerrious, Zedekiah, Hadley and Isaiah; and three great-grandchildren, Sidio, Silas and Hayden.

 

 

 

12 Replies to “Eva Duran Garcia”

  1. Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer.

  2. My deep love for Victor is why I loved Eva and why I love their sons Victor B and Marcos. Our Father God blessed me with your family since 1995, so I know He will only continue to bless you all until He calls us all home to be with Him and our sister Eva. It is in this reassurance that I find comfort and beg for comfort for all of you in the Garcia family.

  3. Aunty Eva

    I love you! Thank you for all of your advice! Thank you for loving and caring for me at such a you g age! You never changed! I will always have special memories from Palm St. In San Jose. I will forever cherish every memory. Thank you for being you! ❤️ I LOVE YOU SO MUCH❤️ Your with Your mommy now . Two of the lost amazing women! I’m blessed to have been able to call you my aunty Eva and blessed to have many beautiful memories with you!❤️

  4. My dearest sister Eva
    Words will never be able to express US! I love you my QUEEN! Thank you for loving me unconditionally! You are the MOST amazing woman! I have to be honest I am going to miss our everyday talks, prayers and laughter. Thank you for being the vessel God used to help mold me into the woman I am today! Because of your love for me I am a better person. Although you are my sister I will always see you as my 2nd mom❤️ I miss you already and I am thankful there is no more pain for you! Fly high my Angel you are with Mommy now! I love you both with all of me!

  5. Words cannot ever explain the pain I’ am feeling! Although you are my sister I see you like my 2nd mom. I could no matter what call you and you would advise me and because of you I’m a better me. Our conversations , talks, and prayers have helped me in ways only God knows. You are and will forever be my PRECIOUS QUEEN❤️ I will miss our calls, hearing your voice, our laughters, but most of all I will miss YOU! The bond we have is like no other and I will cherish US forever! We learned so much from one another! This is NOT goodbye . It’s we will see each other again. I LOVE YOU my beautiful sister you are now with our mommy.

  6. Sending you all lots of love.

    “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away” – Romans 8:1

  7. I’m so sorry for your loss. I’ll be praying for the family. She will be dearly missed. I loved working with her at the hospital. I loved our talks at work and when I would go visit at there house. I loved her very much.

    1. My sister, Eva is so precious, kind , loving, faithful, caring, and loved Jesus with all her heart. So many are better people because of her example. I miss her and will cherish the memories we shared. My sister was amazingly strong and never complained. Thank you Jesus for my sister. I pray Jesus comforts my precious Brother in Law, Victor as well as the children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, brothers and sisters and the whole family. Amen

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