Edelmiro-Garza-Obituary

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Edelmiro G. Garza

Las Vegas, Nevada

Dec 8, 1943 – Jul 30, 2019 (Age 75)

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Edelmiro G. Garza, age 75, of Henderson, Nevada passed away on Tuesday July 30, 2019. Edelmiro was born December 8, 1943 in Pharr, Texas to Amparo Gonzalez Rocha and Isidro Garza. He was widowed in 2011 by the loss of his wife, Gloria C. Garza.Ed is survived by his children, Norma Lomeli, Cynthia...

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My Dear Big Brother Miro,

Entwined within my sorrow are many fond memories that I will forever hold dear.
As a child you gave me care, as a teenager you gave me advice and as an adult you accompanied me through many special times. We will forever miss your silliness and laughter, endless jokes and our special trips to the casino. Thank you for always giving us your all.
Our comfort comes from knowing you are truly home with our Heavenly Father and other loved ones. ...

Miro,
We will miss you terribly but am happy that you no longer have pain and have been reunited with Gloria and our beloved Mommy, and a few more loved ones. I do believe God takes our loved ones Home when they have been called by him and that someday we will all see each other again. I have faith God will wrap his loving arms around your kids and family and give emotional support and comfort . I love you my cookie older brother and will miss your calls but you will always live in our...

I love you so much, Grandpa! It's hard to put into words what a huge part of my life you've been. In your eyes, your grandkids could do no wrong, you've always loved us & accepted us for who we are. You've always been so supportive and helpful. Your phone calls just to check up on us meant more to me than you'll ever know. You are the toughest person I have ever met & you have always lived your life on your own terms (which is one of the qualities I admire most about you). You always...

Norma I am sorry to hear about the sad news. Sending our condolence to you and your family. Your father will be remembered in our prayers. May he Rest In Peace.

Mr. Garza, this is not a good bye, but a see you later. Thank you for always making us feel at home and part of your family on our trips to Vegas.
We always loved your sence of humor and your easy personality. You will forever live in our hearts with beautiful memories.
Our prayers and condolences to all the Garza Family

Love,

I never met my half brother but we spoke often after the death of our father. He was very funny. He didn't pull any punches and always called it like he saw it. Even though he had health and personal issues he had a wonderful zest for life, living his to the fullest. He touched many lives, he will be missed.
Your half sister,
Martha Garza Flores

I want to extend my deepest condolences to the Garza family. My heart and prayers extend to you all. Upon hearing this news, my heart is broken. I have a special place for Ed in my heart forever. My name is Krista Downing, and I have been Brenda Garzas best friend since I was 14 years old. We have been friends for 28 years now. I lived alone with a single father who was mostly absent from my life, and who didnt take any time to raise me. Since the beginning of my friendship with...

Miro,
Words cannot fully describe the mixed feelings and heart ache now that you are with our Heavenly Father. We will miss the fun visits with you and the family during our frequent travels to Vegas.
Celebrating your life as a wonderful and loving brother who enjoyed life with his family. May God bless your family and give them strength during this difficult time.
We love you,
Brother-in-law Oscar Serna & Sister Sally Rocha Serna

Gonna miss you Uncle Miro. Gonna miss your crazy hook shots, picking food off of everybody's plate, and all the cokes you used to drink. God be with you and God bless you for touching our lives. Love you and miss you.