Eva Meza Flores

It is with great sadness that the family of Eva Meza Flores, born July 9. 1940, announces that Heaven gained another Angel in the early hours of Friday, May 21, 2021, due to complications following major heart surgery at the age of 80 years young.

She is survived by her three daughters Diana McGinty and husband David, Dawn Vera and husband Joe, DeAnn Lopez, their father Rufus Lopes Jr., and her only living sibling Frances Hernandez and husband Victor.

She is also survived by her grandchildren Leonard Brown III, Jericho Vera, Leyla Vera, and Ethan McGinty. Great Grandchildren include Noah Vera, Giselle Ojeshina, Greyson Brown, Avery Brown, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family.

She is preceded in death by her parents Mauricio G Meza and Susie Ramirez Meza, brother Pascual Meza, sister Dionicia Baladez, husband Gilbert Flores.

Eva was born and raised in Richmond, Tx, attended Lamar Consolidated High School, and worked at Imperial Sugar for over 21 years. After retiring, she worked briefly for St. Theresa Catholic Church in the administration office. She was also a lifelong practicing Catholic, an active member of ACTS, and attended Sacred Heart Church in Richmond, Tx.

The immediate family held a private Celebration of Life on Saturday, May 29, 2021. A Memorial service for those who wish to pay respects will be scheduled in the future at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

Cremation is being handled by Hernandez Funeral home of Rosenberg. Tx.

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