Lizzeth Vargas, 39, went to be with the Lord February 20, 2021. She was born May 30, 1981 to Pedro and Sylvia Ruiz in San Antonio, Texas. Lizzeth was one of three children. Growing up with two brothers, she was known as a “tomboy” and enjoyed climbing trees and playing outdoors. She was fun, adventurous and always tried something new. Lizzeth never met a stranger and quickly made friends who became like her family. Lizzeth met the love of her life, Richard Vargas, in the 7th grade. They married soon before graduating high school and started a family of their own and had five children together. Her family was the most important thing in her life. She loved them whole-heartedly and always pushed them to work hard and pursue their dreams. Her love and beautiful spirit will always be remembered by her family and friends. Lizzeth is preceded in death by her father, Pedro Ruiz. Left to cherish her husband, Richard Vargas; children, Richard Vargas Jr., Ariel Vargas, Marisol Vargas, Xavier Vargas and Aris Vargas; mother, Sylvia Ruiz; Brothers, Pedro I. Ruiz and Sergio Ruiz; father-in-law, David Vargas Jr.; mother-in-law, Olga M. Vargas; and brother and sisters-in-law’s, Jacob Vargas/Naomi Vargas, David Vargas III/Masi Vargas and Justin Jehle/Jessica Jehle; numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

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  1. My beautiful friend which I had the pleasure of working with you for more than 10 yrs. You will be truly missed you never said no when I asked for your help you were funny with a sense of humor that would brighten the moment you had so much joy in your life. until we see each other again God took a great soul. Love you my friend RIP.

  2. My BEAUTIFUL FRIEND LIZ, you are and will be truly missed but know that you are loved by many and will forever be remembered! Thank you for all the memories made through our softball years of trips, tournaments and watching our kids doing what they love! I will never forget you, your pure heart, your smile and the devotion and dedication you gave to Rick and the kids! I admired you for being such a great wife and mother and I am blessed that softball brought our families together! I will love you forever and always my dear friend…. now go rest easy, pain free and smiling down on your family and friends who loved you just as much as you loved them! Te extraño y te amo Amiga, descansa en paz! ❤️ Eileen, Chris and the Martinez family!

  3. I had the honor of meeting Mrs. Vargas through my son, as he and her daughter Ariel Graduated together. She was so very nice and a great mother. I only wish we had more time to get to know each other better. You will be deeply missed but always in our heart’s.

  4. My friend I had the pleasure of working with you for10 years I will miss you,your smile ,your wisdom,always lending a hand.My thoughts and prayers are with the family.Rest my friend in the arms of our heavenly father. LOVE JUANITA and family

  5. My sincere condolences to the Vargas family. It is never easy to lose someone we love but Lizzeth will live on in your heart as you cherish all the precious memories. I worked for many years with her Mother in law , Olga, who always spoke fondly and with love of Lizzeth. RIP 💐💐

  6. Lizzeth was truly a very nice person. Always had a smile never look upset. She was a fabulous host when she had parties. Always attending her kids games. Liz you raise five wonderful children. All well manner. Ricky and Liz did a wonderful job together. My family and I family will miss you very much. But I know now you are in a better place. No more hurt. Love you Lizzeth Your Aunt Sylvia A

  7. Our deepest condolences to all the family. Our Grandson Joel was very blessed to have her in his life as his Godmother. Always had a smile on her face. Loved her family and friends. RIP angel.

  8. My deepest condolences to the family. May the Lord give each and everyone of you strength and peace during this difficult time. RIP prima till we meet again.🙏

  9. So blessed to have spent 2 of our softball seasons with Lizeth and the Vargas family! Lizeth was such a special person, with such a good soul!

  10. Wishing you Peace to bring you comfort courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Love Miranda Duran

  11. For an amazing, beautiful friend! I am so thankful to have known you lots of love to Vargas familia.

  12. Condolences to the Vargas family. Working the rodeo this year was difficult. Expecting to see Lizzeth to be walking around the concourse dressed up wearing her cowboy hat and boots with her husband Ricky. My dads song was “Cowboy Rides Away” when he passed. We dedicate a song to Lizzeth. “ It ain’t Always the Cowboy” RIP prima. Raul and Dianne Medellin

  13. May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. On behalf of the Tejeda Family.

  14. Our deepest sympathy to the family. Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort and strength. Love, The Duran Family

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