Maria Victoria Castaneda
Maria Victoria Castańeda was born in Galveston, Texas on August 8, 1958. She passed away November 29, 2016 at the age of 58 at her residence in Texas City, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband Felipe Javier Castańeda.
Maria is survived by her sons, Felipe (Fat Cat) Castańeda, Jr. and wife Jennifer Felicia Castaneda and grandchildren Mariah Kathleen Garland and husband Nathan Garland Haeleey Daniela Castańeda, Felipe Andrew Castańeda, III, Henry Frank Castańeda and Girlfriend Amy Medina and granddaughter Makaelya Ann Castańeda and Simon Javier Castańeda and Girlfriend Crystal Gutierrez and granddaughter Bella Marie Castańeda,
She was also survived by her brothers and sisters: Victor Flores, Jr., Rosa Matilda Court and husband John Robert Court, Eva Ortiz, Simona Matilda Lozano and husband Jose Angel Lozano, Victor Vincent Flores III and Wife Hermalinda Gutierrez, Maria Delores Gutierrez and husband Ray Gutierrez, Sr.,, Margaret Delores Huggins preceded by husband Phillip Huggins, Michael Anthony Flores and Elvira (Vera) Flores. Aunt Vickie was also survived by many, many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and great, great nieces and nephews who she adored and was adored by them as well.
Maria is a longtime resident of Texas City, Texas and is very well known by many, many people in the community. She was known as “Aunt Vickie” and was adored by every child she came in contact with. Maria previous employments were waitressing, daycares and at the Boys & Girls Club which she was responsible for over 100 children and babysit every child in the family from the day they were born. She was one of the kindest, giving, happiest person you could ever met and would always help anyone who was in need. She loved to cook for everyone including the neighborhood kids. Her house was always filled with family, friends and most of all kids. She loved to Cook, play Bingo (English & Spanish), going to gamerooms, going out to eat, Crafts, Garage Sales, Coordinating Parties, Making Candy Apples and scaring the kids during scary movies and she loved to go to Walmart. She loved everybody and everybody loved her. She always had a smile on her face no matter what she was going through and could put a smile on your face as well.
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Simon Javier Castańeda