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The Honorable Eloisa Cuellar Resident of Meadow

May 31, 1944 — December 1, 2022

The Honorable Eloisa Cuellar Resident of Meadow

The Honorable Eloisa Cuellar 78, went to meet our sweet Jesus on December 1, 2022.

A public visitation will be held Wednesday December 7th, 2022 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Grace Funeral Care Inc. located at 1211 Lubbock Road in Brownfield. The family invites you to join them for an official celebration of life service Thursday Decemebr 8th, 2022 at the 11 o'clock hour. Service to be held at Abundant Harvest Church with Pastor Gerald Baldwin, officiating. She will be laid to earthly rest in the Meadow Cemetery.

Eloisa was born in Pleasanton, Texas on May 31, 1944, to Rosario Garcia and Josefina (Leal) Garcia. She later moved to Meadow, Texas and married Sotero Marez in 1961 and moved to Garden City, Kansas. Eloisa was blessed with and raised a daughter and two sons in Kansas. She later married Alejandro Cuellar in Garden City, Kansas and was blessed with one more son. The family later moved to Meadow, Texas in 1986.

Eloisa enjoyed working for Meadow ISD as a substitute teacher for many years, until she found her ideal job with the Ray D. Anderson Correction Center (CRTC) in Brownfield, Texas. She made many friends and acquaintances of both the coworkers and residents. After several years she retired and returned to working on a part-time basis. She was very involved with her community and county. Eloisa served as the Honorable Mayor for the City of Meadow, Texas for 12 years.

Her #1 accomplishment was being a MOM. Her loving and calm spirit helped to raise three younger siblings and prepared her for her own four children to come later in her life. As years went by, questions such as, “who’s your favorite” (Usually from the only daughter) would be answered with… “my favorite child is the one who needs me the most when he or she is going through a rough time”. She enjoyed working in her yard and with her flower garden. Anything she watered would grow beautifully. As she started slowing down and watching more TV, Eloisa tuned in to enjoy “Caso Cerrado” then she’d switch to Criminal Minds.

The Honorable Eloisa is survived by her daughter, Dolly Moya, and husband Gus of Meadow, sons; Roger Marez and Maria Cuevas of Lubbock, Bobby Marez, and wife Henri of Littlefield, and Jacob Cuellar and wife Kim of Stillwater, Oklahoma. As well as seven grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren. Eloisa is also survived by brothers Alejandro Garcia and wife Janie of Meadow, and Adan Garcia and wife Erica of Meadow, sister Elisa Diaz and husband Ismael of Liberal, Kansas, as well as many, many nieces, and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Rosario, and Josefina Garcia; three, brothers Avelardo, Avelino and Alifonso Garcia; and three sisters, Elena Juarez, Ester Reynero, and Elida Soto.

Service entrusted to the professionals of Grace Funeral Care Inc. 

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Visitation

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

10:00am - 8:00pm (Central time)

Grace Funeral Care - Brownfield Chapel

1211 Lubbock Road , Brownfield , TX 79316

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Thursday, December 8, 2022

Starts at 11:00am (Central time)

Abundant Harvest Church

200 S 5th St, Brownfield, TX 79316

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