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Grace Funeral and Cremation Care (Brownfield, Texas)
Wednesday November 18th, 2020
5:00pm - 8:00pm

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Grace Funeral and Cremation Care (Brownfield, Texas)
Thursday November 19th, 2020

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She Shall Rest

Brownfield Cemetery
Thursday November 19th, 2020

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Ms. Hilda Vasquez Resident of Brownfield

Hilda Bravo Vasquez 65, of Brownfield, TX, passed away on November 12, 2020, in Lubbock, TX. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, from 5pm to 8pm at Grace Funeral and Cremation Care Chapel in Brownfield. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 10am at Grace Funeral and Cremation Care Chapel in Brownfield, with interment to follow at Brownfield Cemetery. Pallbearers are Andrea Rodriquez, Nevaeh Rodriquez, Noel Garcia, Victor Vasquez, Israel Vasquez, Hector Hernandez, Andrew Vasquez and Zeke Savedra. Hilda was born in Tahoka, TX, on May 14, 1955, to Armando and Olivia Vasquez. Hilda was a life-long resident Brownfield, TX. Her favorite colors were yellow, green and blue. She loved to plant flowers of all types and colors. She loved to work in the yard as well. She also loved to collect bird houses of all types. Her other love was to witness the Bible as a Jehovah’s Witness, her faith was extraordinarily strong. Hilda worked as a dietician and later became a Certified Nursing Assistant who loved to work with the elderly. Her best friend was Oralia Espinoza. The two would do everything together. Hilda’s other passion was traveling. That quest took her to Switzerland, Germany, France, Jamaica, Belize, Cozumel, and Cancun as well as other parts of the United States. She is preceded in death by three grandchildren. Those left to cherish her memory are three sisters; Maricella Garcia, Sylvia Bautista, and Sally Castillo; three brothers, Ray Vasquez, Victor Vasquez and Armando Vasquez Jr. Also, six children, David Hernandez Jr. who gave her two grandchildren, Adriana Hernandez and Briana Hernandez; her second child, Joe Hernandez of Dallas, TX, third child, Chon Hector Hernandez who gave her four grandchildren, Haley Hernandez, Janessa Hernandez, Kamryn Hernandez and Willow Rose Hernandez; the fourth child, Christopher Shawn Hernandez of Dallas, TX; fifth child, Andrea Rodriquez (Frankie), together they have Angelica Rodriquez, Angel Rodriquez, Navaeh Rodriquez, Angelina Rodriquez, Frankie Rodriquez Junior, Victoria Rodriquez, Elizabeth Rodriquez, John Rodriquez and Sarah Rodriquez; sixth child Joshua Matthew Hernandez (Mercedes) Hernandez of Brownfield TX.

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Christopher Hernandez Oct 14 2021 12:01 AM

Mom it's going on a year now since you laid to rest. The last time I saw you was 2 years ago when you came to visit us in Dallas. This year has been tough. I'm still hanging on. I miss you mom. I love toj so much. If your out there just know I always think of you I promise. There doesn't go a day that I do not think of you. Andrea sent me some of your stuff from the house and i will forever cherish this since it's the closer think to you since the past two years I didn't see you. Love you

Chris Hernandez Oct 14 2021 12:00 AM

My mother taught me a lot of lessons in life that i will always cherish in my heart. I dreaded this day as a child (Im not sure why I even thought about it) and as of now it seems like a dream. Because of Covid I could not see her at the hospital or at her funeral. The last conversation we had was when I got mad at her for not going to the doctor and then she finally did, where immediately after that my aunt convinced her to go to the hospital. I want to cherish my last memories of her when she was happy and not in a hospital gasping for air. I love you mom and you will always be in my memory and in my soul.

Christopher Hernandez Nov 29 2020 12:00 AM

Hilda was a beautiful, beautiful friend and sister Resa and I will long for the time when she wakes up from slumber and we can enjoy our beautiful friend. We keep the family in our prayers and pray for comfort from Jehovah for you all. So sorry for your loss. Gary and Resa Deatherage

Gary L Deatherage Nov 19 2020 12:00 AM

Vasquez family, our deepest condolences.Mrs. Pete CharoMrs. Paul BrockMr. & Mrs. Jerry MunizMr. & Mrs. Roger Charo

M&M Muniz Nov 18 2020 12:00 AM

My fondest memories of Hilda was always being with Joe and the many phone conversations they had multiple times a day the love they had for each other as a mother and son was wonderful to see, she would always ask who are you with and when he was with me he would say Brittany , Then she would always say be careful you two and tell Brittany hi Im going to miss that. However I know she will always be there in spirit saying you two be careful out there. Hilda raised a Amazing human being in Joe. Dont worry Hilda as Joes friend I will always look out for him rest easy Prayers for the family during this difficult time.

Brittany Brown Nov 17 2020 12:00 AM

To the Vasquez family, our deepest condolences.Mrs. Pete CharoMr. & Mrs. Jerry MunizMr. & Mrs Roger Charo

Mr. & Mrs J Muniz Nov 17 2020 12:00 AM

dear joe an family i never met your mom in person only through joes stories of her an her adventures an her love for all her children grandchildren sisters an brothers ,friends, everyone was a special soul to her we are so sorry for your loss , she will always love you as you will always love her love your new jersey family the kings mchughs and valentino's

meg king Nov 17 2020 12:00 AM

Thank you Aunt Meggie - my mother would have loved you - you are wonderful abs sweet

Joe Nov 17 2020 12:00 AM

My condolences for the Hernandez and Vasquez families especially her immediate family, Joe, Andrea, Hector, Christopher and Matt, her sisters Marcella, Sylvia and Sally, and her grandchildren. I met Hilda through my friend Joe, we spend a lot of time laughing, Hilda was a very funny and nice lady, we will miss you Hilda, till we meet again. Mag God be with you all. Ray Rivera

ray rivera Nov 16 2020 12:00 AM

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