Lydia Luza
1926 - 2021
BORN
1926
DIED
2021
Lydia Luza

Lydia Luza, 94, of Bryan, passed away Friday, January 8, 2021. Services pending with Memorial Funeral Chapel in Bryan.
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Published by The Bryan-College Station Eagle on Jan. 9, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jan
12
Visitation
5:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Memorial Funeral Chapel
1515 South College Ave, Bryan, TX 77801
Jan
12
Rosary
7:00p.m.
Memorial Funeral Chapel
1515 South College Ave, Bryan, TX 77801
Jan
13
Mass of Christian Burial
10:00a.m.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Funeral services provided by:
Memorial Funeral Chapel
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Prayers for you and your family in this time of sorrow. I met Lydia at Crestview, as I am a volunteer. She was so sweet. Keep those precious memories and know that she is in a better place.
Lana McLennan
January 14, 2021
Aunt Lit brought such joy and laughter to everyone she was around and she will be sorely missed. I babysat her younger kids one summer and I often spent the night there instead of driving back to Wheelock. It was one of my favorite summers, mostly because of the bond we formed, which lasted throughout my lifetime. We stayed up til all hours laughing and telling stories. She was always so much fun and had such a zest for life! I cherish all my memories of her but fondest of all was the sense that each of us were sure we were her favorite!
Debbi Hoehn
January 13, 2021
So sorry to have read that Lydia passed away. She was an amazing lady who lived life to the fullest. I actually had the pleasure of working with her at Parker-Astin during one of my summer jobs when I was a teenager only to find out that we would be related through marriage one day. She always stayed very busy which led to her longevity. My thoughts & prayers to the family. May the Holy Spirit be upon each of you. God Bless all
Ann Reina Putz
January 11, 2021
I did not know your mom, but most likely had met her at Parker Astin at some time. The obituary was so interesting and sweet. She sounded like a wonderful lady who I imagine had a great many friends who loved her along with all of the family. My sincere condolences.
Pat Supak
January 11, 2021
God Bless.
Doug and Denise
January 11, 2021
It was a pleasure serving Mrs. Luza during my time at Crestview she was a devoted Catholic always ready to say the Rosary and attend the Catholic service. Always wanted her hair and nails to look pretty. She enjoyed her time during exercise and every activity we had. It hurt me during this time of the Covid because I wasn´t able to continue coming to volunteer after my retirement. I loved this lady and I know heaven got a special angel. May she RIP
Alice Mendez
January 10, 2021
With sympathy and prayers. What a magnificent legacy this amazing lady leaves. This community and the world are better for having her here with us!
Nina "Mike" Randermann Ludington
January 10, 2021
To say aunt Lit was a great person just doesn´t seem like it´s enough. I could always depend on her to have a smile....even smiled while talking. She was always incredibly kind and loving. I have fond memories of both her and uncle Charlie. I remember she was so good to my momma and daddy. (JD and Gladys Fojtik) My God how they loved her...we all loved her. May she rest Love to the family, Carol
Carol Fojtik Barnett and family
January 10, 2021
Know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers in this time of sorrow. We loved Aunt Lit very much. Love, Connie and family
Connie Fojtik Nettuno
January 10, 2021
So sorry for y´all´s loss but at least she will be busy with Uncle Charlie and visiting all our ancestors having a blast
ElizabethFlint
January 9, 2021