Ramona Lozano Gutierrez

Ramona Lozano Gutierrez, 82, passed away on Monday January 25th, 2022.
She was born on August 31st, 1939 in Genoa, Tx. to a large family of 13 kids,
4 surviving sisters and 1 surviving brother.
She is also survived by her husband, Richard Gutierrez, her children;
Mary Lopez, husband (Joe Lopez)
Fabiola Martinez, husband (Robert Martinez)
Andy Arcos, wife (Norma Arcos)
her stepchildren;
Pat Concha, husband (Ronnie Concha)
Ray Gutierrez
Richard Gutierrez Jr, wife (Adrianne Gutierrez)
She also leaves to cherish her memory her grandchildren;
Steven Lopez, wife (Dulce Lopez)
Adrian Lopez, wife (Cecelia Lopez)
Selina Escamilla, husband (RJ Escamilla)           Nicholas Lopez, significant other (Jacqueline Silva)
Robert Martinez Jr, fiancé (Elizabeth Alvarez)

Miranda Martinez
Maritza Arcos, significant other (David Velazquez)
her step-grandchildren;
Marissa Gutierrez
Natalie Concha
Sarah Concha
Richard Gutierrez III
Abby Gutierrez
And her great grandchildren;
Jacob Lopez
Mia Lopez
Ayden Lopez
Aaliyah Lopez
Amora Lopez
Caleb Lopez
Liam Moreno
Luka Escamilla
Levy Escamilla
Layla Velazquez
Andres Velazquez

Zahyden Longoria

Ramona had a heart of gold and those who got the chance to know her can all agree her genuine soul was unmatched. A few things she loved doing were attending Sunday service, playing board games, slot machines with the occasional visit to Coushatta with her sisters, reading books by Danielle Steel, playing a few rounds of her favorite game Scrabble and working on crossword puzzles along with Sudoku. She enjoyed game nights with her loved ones and weekly lunches. There was also no denying her absolute love for the Houston Astros, she never missed watching a game on tv and rooting for her favorite player, Jose Altuve. She also enjoyed watching Pitbull perform anytime he was on tv, nothing got her in a better mood faster than seeing him. Anything that filled her with joy, she did, but nothing compared to the one thing she loved most and that was spending time with her family. Her entire family meant the world to her and she took pride in them. There are no words to truly explain what she felt for her kids, grandkids and great grandchildren but the love was over pouring and she made sure to always remind us of how much she loved us.
She was a giver, a shoulder to cry on, a confidant, and loved unconditionally and for that she will always be remembered with the best memories that she blessed our lives with.

2 Timothy 4:7
I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness



Feb 3 , 2022
Ramona Lozano Gutierrez 

Visitation : 3:00pm -8:00pm
Rossary at 6:30pm Leal South Houston 708 College Ave South Houston Texas 77587

Feb 4,2022
Church Mass at San Juan Diego Catholic Church
12:30 viewing
1:30pm Mass

Grandview Cemetery
Gate time 3:00 pm

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