Natividad "Tiva"-Macks-Obituary

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Natividad "Tiva" Blancas Macks

Houston, Texas

Feb 24, 1940 – Feb 17, 2016


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Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home Obituary

Natividad "Tiva" Blancas Macks, 75 of Houston passed away on February 17, 2016. Tiva was born in Houston, Texas on February 24, 1940 to Tomasa Salazar and Homero Blancas Sr. She attended Mirabeau B. Lamar High School and University of Houston.Tiva worked at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center...

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I will never forget the times we were together. I lost my best friend, my companion, my side kick,but especially my big sister She took good care of me.. Rest in Peace. I know you are watching us from above and I know you are with our Lord Jesus Christ. Miss you a lot and I love you very much.

I remember when Tia and Tio were alive and we used to go in the bus to visit the family many years ago. I remember playing with you, Gloria, and Santos on the golf course grounds after all the golfers had gone home. Many happy memories when we spent time with you, and all my cousins. I will never forget you, prima. You were faithful to your faith then and now. I know Jesus has opened his Arms saying welcome home my child. Alice (lecha) Gonzales Guzman

Your mother was an awesome woman; she left her beautiful legacy with you. I'm so sorry she's gone from this earth, and that you are suffering that loss. My heart is with you.

many years ago when I came from france Tiva and her sisters gave me a lot of support ,I will always remember that .rest in peace prima .

Dear Melanie ....May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

My deepest condolences to you and your family Melanie. May your mother rest in peace

Tiva was like a second mother to me. She always had time to talk or had a shoulder to lean on. She was an angel on earth, and will be missed.

My deepest condolences to Tiva's family
I had the privilege of being a coworker with Tiva at. M D Anderson until her retirement,

She was a kind person /always concerned about others & trying to brighten the day

She was a diligent worker taking pride in her work

She will be terribly missed by many but I know she's looking down on us. With her smile

Within time you Family will find the comfort that is needed to go on but always remember...