Vanessa Louis Ellis Chavez

Vanessa Louis Ellis Chavez
Vanessa Louis Ellis Chavez

Vanessa Louis Ellis Chavez, 42, of Amarillo, TX passed away December 14, 2023.

Funeral service will be at 12:00 PM, Tuesday, December 19, 2023, at Power Church with Pastor Manny De Los Santos officiating. Interment will follow in Llano Cemetery.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Vanessa was born July 12, 1981, in Tulia, TX to Modesto and Adela Ellis.  She attended Springlake Earth High School and graduated in 1999 thereafter, obtained her associate degree in photography at Amarillo College.  She worked for Atmos Energy as a dispatcher for many years.

Vanessa married her best friend, one and only Fidel Chavez, in 2017, where they started a new beginning together filled with traveling to see the world making endless memories.

Vanessa’s hobbies were singing, dancing, shopping, and watching her favorite football teams the Texas Longhorns and Dallas Cowboys. Oh, and don’t forget she had to have her Starbucks drink. Wherever she went Vanessa was the life of the party and there wasn’t anyone who could stop her from singing Como La Flor by Selena wherever she was. Her heart was full of joy and love. She was unstoppable, there was no thing such as a limit.

We are blessed with the beautiful memories we had with her. There will never be another Vanessa.

She is preceded in death by her niece Yvette Nicole Ellis and great nephew Justin Robert Barron Jr.

She is survived by her husband Fidel Chavez; her parents Adela and Jay Livingston and Modesto Ellis; her sisters Veronica Martinez and Valarie Spencer; her nieces Ashley Mireles and A’Liesha Avila; her nephews Nicholas Ellis, Justin Barron, Albert Velasquez and Eastyn Velasquez; great-nieces A’Nylah Garcia, Yliana Barron, and Amora Sasueda; great nephews David Diaz, DeVaughn Melendez and Jaystin Barron; as well as many loved family and friends.

 

4 Replies to “Vanessa Louis Ellis Chavez”

  1. Oh Vanessa, I have so many memories of us. I can’t imagine what your family is going through. I love you and I will be praying for your family.

  2. Vanessa, I’m thankful for the friend you have always been and the family you included me into. If I’ve ever hurt you or have done you wrong, I know you kept love and forgiveness in your heart for me. The memories we have shared were filled with laughs and thankfully we even have nephews together! I cannot believe you went home so early! And yet I am thankful that God blessed you with a life filled with love and complexity, Because you were a nurturing friend, and in a lot of ways, a great role model. He created an angel out of you, and you will forever be remembered as so. The last time I saw you and heard your voice, was over a video call. I’ll always remember the sincerity in your voice when you said you were missing me. Be at peace my love and fly with the most high. I miss you friend. I love you forever.

  3. Vanessa was a strong yet kind woman, she left her mark on ever single person she came across. She is my best friend and I will forever hear her voice in my head encouraging me to go as far as I want. I miss u V

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