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Guadalupe (Vecera) Buentello
July 7, 1936 ~ June 8, 2023 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Guadalupe Buentello, age 86, peacefully gained her wings on Thursday, June 8, 2023. Guadalupe was born on July 7, 1936 in Laredo, Texas to Salvador Vecera, Sr. and Maria Elena Flores-Vecera.
Guadalupe was always very active and was our "busy bee." She worked for a tomato packing company in San Antonio for many years before retiring. She enjoyed gardening, playing bingo and she loved to dance. She will be greatly missed by her loving family.
Guadalupe is preceded in death by her parents, Salvador Vecera, Sr. and Maria Elena Flores-Vecera, her step-mother, Refugia Vecera, the father of her children, Bartolo Buentello, Sr. her, son, Bartolo Buentello, Jr. and her brother, Salvador Vecera, Jr.
Guadalupe is survived by her children: Anna Belle Buentello of Ben Bolt, TX, Anna Bertha (Amado Noel) Ramirez of Ben Bolt, TX, and Slyvia Buentello of Richmond, TX, her siblings: Oralia Bueno, Yolanda (Frank) Hudson, Zulema Moya, Armando (Gloria) Vecera and Mary Fuentes, 10 grandchildren: Roy (Suzette Martinez) Buentello, Arlene Marie Ramirez, Richard Noel Ramirez, Laurie Ann (Erasmo) Cisneros, Teresa Salome (Arnulfo Saldivar, II) Buentello, Sara Elizabeth (Daniel Soliz, Jr.) Buentello, Brend Lee (Patrick) Wigginton, Jo Ann Cardona, Joe Cardona, III and Julia Guadalupe (Erika) Cardona; 25 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
A memorial mass will be held at a later date to celebrate the life of Guadalupe, our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin and friend.