Nery-Dominguez-Obituary

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Nery Dominguez

Tomball, Texas

Dec 21, 1972 – May 27, 2021 (Age 48)

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BORN
December 21, 1972
DIED
May 27, 2021
AGE
48
LOCATION
Tomball, Texas

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Klein Funeral Home - Tomball Obituary

Nery Dominguez, age 48, was called to be with our Heavenly Father on May 27, 2021 after a 16-year-long battle with breast, bone, brain and lung cancer. She was received by her mother and grandmother in heaven where there is no pain and suffering, and where she could have a new body free from cancer and illness. She saw them in the clouds as she was slowly falling into eternal rest, and they told her that they were ready for her homecoming. She was at peace with the Lord, and as much as she didn’t want to leave us, she took comfort in the fact that she would be reunited with them. Through God’s mercy, she gradually fell asleep without pain or struggle, and went peacefully to be with her Lord and Savior in the most glorious of places.


Nery was a loving wife, daughter, mother, mother-in-law, grandma, sister, daughter-in-law, and friend. She is survived by her husband, Daniel; her daughter, Roxana Velazquez; her son and daughter-in-law, Franklin and Cathleen Solorzano; her grandchildren (whom she loved and cherished more than anything in this world), Giselle, Valerie and Luke; her brother, Pedro; her mother- and father-in-law, David and Yong Dominguez; her grandmother-in-law, Alejandra Villegas; her brother-in-law, his wife and two sons, David, Vicki, Evan and Noah Dominguez; her father, Jose Santos Segovia; and many other family and friends too numerous to count. Her life was always about serving others and serving the Lord, not only through her worship and prayer, but also by her selfless actions each minute of every day of her precious life. Even until her last moments, she thought about others instead of herself. She was the most selfless, loving and humble woman that we, or anybody that had a close relationship with her, had the privilege of knowing. She never professed she had the true wisdom of God, when she actually did - she was slow to anger and knew the right things to say at exactly the right time. She did not preach to others; rather, she practiced what she learned from the Holy Bible and applied that knowledge in how she treated others during her life.


She was born and raised in San Miguel, El Salvador, and had a very modest upbringing. Her family had food just enough to sustain life and supplies barely enough for daily living. She counted herself blessed and never forgot where she came from. At the young age of 13, she began her apprenticeship to become a seamstress, which quickly showcased her natural gifts. She walked several miles five days a week for a whole year to learn her craft. After the program was complete and she graduated, she was given a brand new sewing machine by her parents, and went to work to help support her family.


Later, she came to the United States for better work. It broke her heart that she had to leave her infant daughter, Roxana, with her mother to come here and work. But the Lord blessed her with a better way of life. She was able to support her daughter, mother, and other members of her family in El Salvador. She was hired to work for her future in-laws (though no one could have imagined that would have happened at the time) and served them faithfully for almost 30 years. People loved her work to the point that she would get too many referrals to count. She always put her family first by sacrificing her daily comforts, and it brought her such joy to do so. Besides taking care of her family, her passion in life was sewing until her body would not allow her to work anymore. Even in her last days when she was not able to care for herself, she would still want to be placed in her sewing room to make clothing for underprivileged children from other countries.


Anyone that came across her would always be touched one way or another. Her sense of humor was so contagious that you couldn’t help but laugh with her. She had a light in her that can only be described as the love of God. She was always a positive person, despite all of the pain and suffering she endured for those 16 years, and always saw the best in every dark situation. Nery fought every single day of her life, never complaining and always saying, “God will make a way” and “One day at a time”.


We know she is in the most glorious place that not even the best words could even come close to describing. She envisioned Heaven during her last moments, and even though she could not walk the last several weeks of her life, she knew she would soon do so again. She is running again in the most beautiful green fields filled with indescribable joy. Her memories will live on in our hearts, and she will always be watching over all of us!


 


Visitation and services will be private and by invitation only by Daniel, Roxana, or Franklin.


Houston Police officers will be present to escort anybody off of the premises who has not been invited.


 


Nery Dominguez, edad 48, fue llamada a la casa de nuestro Padre Celestial el 27 de Mayo, 2021 despues de 16 largos años batallando con cancer en el ceno, huesos, cerebro y pulmones. Ella fue recivida por su mama y abuela en el cielo donde no hay dolor, sufrimiento y donde tiene un nuevo cuerpo sin cancer ni enfermedad. Ella las vio en las nuves mientras poco a poco caia en un descanso eterno y ellas le dijeron que estaban listas para llevarla a su nueva casa. Ella estaba en paz con nuestro Señor, y con mas que no nos queria dejarnos, ella estaba confortada en la realidad que ella estaria reunidas con ellas. Con la misericordia de Dios, ella se fue durmiendo sin dolor y sin mucho esfuerzo y se fue comodamente en paz para estar con su Señor y salvador al lugar mas maravilloso.


Nery fue una amorosa esposa, hija, madre, suegra, abuela, hermana, nuera y amiga. Ella es sobrevivida por su esposo Daniel, su hija Roxana, si hijo y nuera Franklin y Cathleen, sus nietos (a quien ella amaba y adoraba mas que nada en este mundo) Giselle, Valerie y Luke; Su hermano Pedro, su papa Jose; sus suegros Yong y David, su abuela politica Alejandra y su cuñado y esposa y niños- David, Vickie, Evan y Noah. Y muchisimos mas de familia y amigos para contar.


Su vida fue siempre en servir a otros y serviendo al Señor, no solo en sus cantos y oraciones, pero en su generosidad y sus acciones cada minuto de cada dia de su vida. Hasta en sus ultimos momentos, ella penso en todos menos en ella misma. Ella fue una mujer generosa, amorosa y humilde que nosotros y cualquier persona que tuvo una relacion con ella tuvo el privilegio en ver. Ella era despacia en enojarse, siempre sabia que decir en los momentos adecuados. Ella siempre vivio en la forma que decia la biblia y apliaba lo que aprendia en todos sus dias de vida. Ella nacio y se crecio en El Salvador, y tuvo una criansa bien modesta. Nunca se le olvido como vivio en su niñez y siempre fue bien agradecida con lo que tenia aqui. Ella empezo a trabajar a la edad de 13 haciendo costuras. Caminaba varias millas 5 dias a la semana para ir a completer su educacion de costurera y al graduarse empezo a trabajar para ayudar a su familia. Despues de venir a los Estados Unidos, Dios la bendicio con una vida mejor. Le rompio su Corazon aver dejado a su hija Roxana a solo un año con su madre para poder venirse a trabajar. Pero ella pudo ayudar a su hija y madre y sus familiares estando aqui. La contrataron para trabajar con su futura suegra (sin tener ninguna idea que eso pasaria) y trabajo con ella por casi 30 años. La gente le encantaba tanto su trabajo al punto que empezo agarrar demasiadas referencias.


Siempre puso a su familia primero aunque tuviera que sacrificar su comodes diaria pero eso le daba mucha felicidad. Aparte de cuidar y disfrutar a su familia, su pasion era cocer y arreglar ropa hasta que su cuerpo no la dejo trabajar mas. Pero hasta en los ultimos dias cuando no se podia cuidar ella misma, ella queria estar en su cuarto de costuras para hacer ropa para niños menos privilegiados en otros paises. Cualquier persona que cruzo camino con ella fue tocado con ella en alguna manera. Su humor era tan contagioso que no podias evitar en reirte con ella. Tenia una luz en ella que solo se puede describer amor de Dios. Ella siempre fue una persona positiva, aun mientras todo el dolor y sufrimiento que tuvo que sostener por 16 años, ella siempre vio lo mejor en los tiempos oscuros.


Nery lucho todos los dias de su vida, nunca quejandose y siempre diciendo “Dios hara un camino” y “Un dia a la vez”. Sabemos que esta en el lugar mas glorioso que no hay palabras para describir. Ella visualizo el cielo en sus ultimos momentos, y aunque las ultimas semanas de su vida no pudo caminar, ella sabia que lo haria pronto. Ella esta corriendo de nuevo en los campos mas verdes y hermosos, llena con una felicidad que no se compara a nada. Sus memorias viviran en nuestros corazones y ella siempre nos estara cuidando!


 


Visitaciones y servicios seran privados y por invitacion solamente por Daniel, Roxana o Franklin. Oficiales de Houston Police estaran presente para escoltar afuera a los que no esten invitados.


 

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My dear sweet and most beautiful, Neri.... I love you and I thank God for our friendship. You are truly one of God's stronger witnesses, each and every day, to each and every person with whom you interfaced. You are so strong and you are so loved. Thank you beautiful lady and friend, for all your support, guidance and love.
I miss you immensely, but I thank God you are pain free. May God continue to bless your wonderful loving husband, Daniel and two fantastic loving children,...

May God bless you Daniel, Roxana, Frankly and your family in this time of sorrow. My beautiful and brave Nery will be always missed but alive in our hearts.