Lupe Lopez Martinez went to be with our Lord on March 31, 2019, after a year long battle with cancer. Lupe was peacefully surrounded by her loved ones at a local hospital.
A Rosary will be recited at Pecan Grove Funeral Home on Friday, April 5, 2019 with visitation from 6-7pm and Rosary from 7-8pm. A Catholic Mass will be given in Honor of Lupe at St. Louis Catholic Church on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 10am.
Lupe was born in Axtell, TX in 1946 to David and Louise Lopez. Lupe attended La Vega Schools and Truman Cosmetology School and later went on to work for Jones Truck Insurance for 32 years as a Policy Clerk, retiring in 2011.
Lupe's enjoyment in life was watching sports on T.V., she loyally supported The Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, and Lady Bears Basketball team. Lupe's greatest enjoyment was spending time with her four grandsons; she loved cooking especially making tortillas for her grandsons and other loved ones.
Lupe was preceded in death by her father, David Chato Lopez, Sr., and her mother, Louise Lopez, brother Ray Lopez, and brother David Lopez, Jr.
Lupe is survived by her husband, Mario Sr., son Mario Jr., with his two sons Noah and Aiden, daughter Mia and husband Sean Blakeney with their two sons Ethan and Alex, brother Ben Lopez, Sr., and wife Yolanda, brother Rayes Lopez and wife Connie, brother Johnny Lopez and Mary Lou, sister Vickie and husband Peter Deleon, brother Jesse Lopez and wife Josie, brother Jim Lopez and wife JoAnn, and sister Mary Ann and husband Sam Serrato, Sr., also including brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law from the Martinez family, many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and cousins.
Special Thanks to all the Nurses and Doctors at Hillcrest Scott and White, Texas Oncology staff, Royal Manor Nursing Rehab team and staff. We give our thanks to all who cared for her and helped through this difficult journey, we thank her sister Vickie who stayed by her side each week helping Lupe, sister Mary Ann for her help and overnight visits, we want to recognize nieces Dolores and Suzie who were a great help and shared lots of fun stories to brighten her day, Lupe's cousins Gloria Gomez and Gloria Gonzales for their help and encouragement, childhood friend Katy Mojica for her visits, kind words, and uplifting cards.
Lupe will be missed dearly by her family and loved ones; as she loved us, we will always continue to love her. May she forever be in our hearts, resting in peace with Eternal Life in Heaven.