Mrs. Barbara Ann Cross (Beard) born October 03, 1950 passed away on August 11, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas at the age of 68. Barbara is preceded in death by her husband, George Melvin Cross Sr. and survived by her husband, Richard Wrenn; her children, George Melvin Cross, Jr., William Cross, Brenda Cross, James Cross, and Roberta Guzman; her grandchildren Elijah, Nathan, Hailey, Jaime, Jaedyn, J’Vionne, Manuel, Moesha, and Maya.

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  1. You will always be in our memory and heart! We will miss you greatly!! To Brenda, Melvin, JJ and Bebop, we are thinking of you in these hard times!! Love you guys. Earnest and Judy Mosley

  2. Hey mom. I just want to say this about you since I couldn’t build the strength to say earlier today. You were such a genuine, kind, witty, funny, loving Gentle soul. One of the realist women that I will ever know. A hell of a woman. Every time I saw you you were so full of life so full of joy and so full of love for your children and your grandchildren. You had a love for life and family that I have never seen before. You showed me so many ways to everything. I know you weren’t my blood mom but you took me in with open arms and no judgments And for that I thank you and I honestly whether you knew it or not I still considered you mom. You taught me so much, most importantly you taught me how to be humble to be kind and to be loving. I love you so much Barbara. I hope you knew that. And your babies and your grandbabies really everyone love you so much . It’s going to be rough going on without you. That laugh that smile That voice…… We are going to miss you so much but we know that you’re not suffering no more and you’re with all the loved ones that went on before you and mainly your husband. Thank you for raising such beautiful phenomenal strong children. You have done more for this world that you may have never known. It still doesn’t feel real. I wish there was something I could’ve done. I love you so much and I’m so sorry. I promise until my last breath I will always be there for Brenda, James, Bebop, and Melvin and Roberta. I’ll be there for everyone. That’s one of the things I loved about you. No matter what you were going through no matter how much you were hurting, you were always there. And will always be there. I love you mama. Always will.

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