Jean Garcia, 68, of Bryan, passed away on Sunday, December 21, embraced by her loving family at St. Joseph Regional Health Care Center. Her family will receive guests during a visitation on Tuesday, December 23, from 6 to 8pm at SOS Ministry, 1700 Grosebeck Street in Bryan. Funeral service will be at 10am on Wednesday, December 24 at SOS Ministries. Interment will follow the service at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.
Jean was born to Philip Moreno and Lorraine Richards in San Francisco, Ca. She moved to Texas with her husband. She married the love of her life Raymond Garcia, who passed away January 5, 2005; together they raised four daughters. Jean loved her thirteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
She enjoyed spending time with her family, She loved to worship and raise the lord, Jean always enjoyed a game of Bingo with her family and friends, reading, quilting, etc. Her casket during her service will be draped with the last quilt she begin to make and her granddaughter finished.
Preceding Jean in death are her father Philip Moreno, her husband Raymond Garcia, of 37 years of marriage; her brother Mickey Howard; her brother-in-law Joe Garcia and sister-in-law Vera Ayala.
Her survivors include her daughters Jean Renee and her husband Toby Tobias Sr., Christina and her husband Juan Orozco Sr., Michelle and Anthony Prado, and Sabrina and her husband Charles Rodriguez; her brother Richard Howard; her sisters Margie and her husband Tony Coletta, Nancy Ogo, Mary Lou Alarcon, Deanna Martinez, Diane Bautiste; her sister-in-law Mary Jane and Isaac Narro; her thirteen grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and other relatives.
Expression of condolences can be made at callawayjones.com
Sabrina my prayers are with you and your family at this time. Praying for all.
Im so sorry for your loss ! I know no words or hugs can heal your pain. May God give you and your family strength in this time of grief. My prayers are with you and your family Mr.& Mrs. Tobias
mrs. J. Garcia will missed by those who knew her, a sweet and wonderful lady. May God grant her enteral peace. For her family love strength faith. May god bless u all in this time of sorrow. Wish we could be there, praying for all of u.
Jean was my friend and co-worker (Westinghouse) for many years. I am so sorry to hear about your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with all the family,