Reyna (Colunga) Gonzalez

Reyna (Colunga) Gonzalez
October 7, 1961 – March 28, 2020

Reyna Gonzalez, 58, of Bryan, went to be with our Lord and Savior on Saturday, March 28, 2020, in Bryan after a brave battle with cancer. As a precautionary measure, visitation and services are private and in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

Reyna was born on October 7, 1961, in El Municipio de Doctor Arroyo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, to Gabino Colunga and Maria Gertrudis Sandoval-Colunga. She worked for the Bryan Independent School District for fifteen years. She loved her husband dearly and as a result had five children. Her thirteen grandchildren were the joy of her heart. She was a Godly woman who loved to be united with her family. Her favorite hobbies were cooking, knitting and shopping. She was very popular and had many friends. She loved going to get-togethers and spending time with the ones that loved her.

Her father, Gabino Colunga precedes her in death.

Reyna is survived by her husband of forty-three years, Luis Gonzalez, Sr.; her children, Luis Gerardo Gonzalez Jr. and his wife Vanessa, Reyna Noemi and her husband Jose Balandran, Anna Maria Gonzalez, Esther Gonzalez and her husband Luis Casillas, and Elizabeth and her husband Jose Francisco Silva; her mother Gertrudis-Sandoval her beloved thirteen grandchildren; Celeste, Estrella, Brianna, Joshua, Genesis, Jacob, Jared, Jonathan, Caleb, Aaron, Isabella, Elliana & Isaac.

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  1. My cincer condolences to the family .I was so sad to hear of her passing she was such a lovable person.she loved her family and especially the in pease my friend and prima

  2. My love and condolences to all the Gonzalez family for the home-going of your mother, wife and friend. My prayers and the prayers of the entire church of Primera go with you during this time. And whatever you might have need of – please do let us know. We love you, but we also know as children of God – that as we sleep in Christ – all is not lost, but wait for a more glorious reunion one glorious day in God’s timing. In His Glorious Name, I remind – Brother Julian Silva and the entire church family.

  3. Our condolences to her family. She was a very sweet lady. I remember when I worked at Anson Jones Elementary and she loved my kids like her own. She will be missed dearly.

  4. My condolences to the family. I’m so sorry for your loss. She will be deeply missed at Jones elementary especially when you walk in to the cafeteria because she was always smiling. RIP Señora Renyna Gonzalez

  5. sorry for ur loss she was a good person I threw her for along time Rest In Peace Reyna Gonzalez

  6. Liz, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God’s comfort surround you and bring you peace.

  7. I am so very sorry for the loss of your beloved mother. This time of social distancing makes it difficult to be with you all during this sad time. Know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord bless you all.

  8. My condolences to the Gonzalez family. She was such a caring and sweet woman. She always had a smile on her face when I saw her. She took good care of my daughter Alicia when she went to Anson Jones, it helped my daughter to see a familiar friendly face when she was new at the school. She used to call her “lichita” she will be greatly missed. We love you all and my prayers are with y’all.

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