Maria Del Socorro Tello De Garcia 

Maria Del Socorro Tello de Garcia, 84, of Houston, Texas,passed away on 01/03/2024. She was born to parents Donaciano Tello Aguilar and Maria Catalina Rodriguez de Tello, on 04/10/1939 in Monterrey, N. L. Mexico 

Socorro will be fondly remembered as she enjoyed gathering with her neighbors and making new friends. She enjoyedgoing to church, sewing, crocheting, baking, and cooking. 

Maria Del Socorro Tello de Garcia is survived by Maria Teresa Garcia, daughter, Jesse Steve Garcia, son, Vanessa Marie Torres and family, granddaughter, Buddy Ray Torres Jr. and family, grandson, Michael Steven Fuentes and family, grandson, Laura Cisneros and family, granddaughter, Chris Edward Garcia, grandson, Jesse Steve Garcia Jr. grandson, Alyssa Rae Cisneros and family, granddaughter, numerous nieces and nephews and her sister Maria Lorenza Tello de Gutierrez. 

She was preceded in death by her spouse, Rolando G. Garcia and her son, Rolando E. Garcia and Chris Garcia, daughter-in law.

We love you Mom and you will be dearly missed.  We know you are now in a better place alongside Dad and Nando. We will meet again one day. Rest in Peace

      J Leal Funeral Home 

 708 College Ave South Houston Texas 77587

January 11,2024 Thursday

                Visitation : 9:00am-12:00 noon


1:00 pm

                            Hollywood Cemetery 

 3506 N. Main Houston Texas 77009

2 thoughts on “        Maria Del Socorro Tello De Garcia ”

  1. May God bless your family during this difficult time and I know she is now dancing at the feet of our Lord and Savior and no longer in any pain. I know you have mountains of beautiful memories and may you rely on them to get you through this tough time.

  2. My condolences to her family and friends. To her children, Jesse and Teresa, Tia loved you very much. She was devoted to her children, husband, and family. She was a courageous woman. She faced many life events with grit, tenacity and faith.
    So many memories come to mind. We all can remember knocking on the screen door. Her reply, ‘ahi voy!’followed by the pitter-patter of feet across the wood floors to unlock the door and greet you with a hug. If kids visited, you better believe she couldn’t wait to hold them tight and smother them with kisses and the kids trying to get away. She loved seeing her grandkids. She loved having company from Mexico. Tia would lead you to her kitchen where the smell of coffee or a pot of arroz y frijoles always was present. She continued to update you on everyone’s comings and goings, trials and successes. A vast contrast to a Starbucks visit today.
    Tia was a worrier. Despite that, she was committed to her daily prayers. Often, she would shorten a phone call to make time for noon prayer. I remember a time when she interrupted my story with ‘aver, ya te sabes El Padre Nuestro’. ‘Ahi Tia’ was my reply with a chuckle. Today we are grateful she reminded us of the importance of prayer and a connection with the Lord for when we face challenges, and our hearts are heavy.
    May the fond memories always outweigh the heavy heart you carry at this time.


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