May 23, 1933 ~ May 29, 2019
Stella Guerrero born May 23, 1933 passed onto to her heavenly life May 29, 2019 at the age of 86. Born to Feliciano and Reynalda Flores in Converse TX, Stella died peacefully surrounded by her loving family and was blessed with her last sacrament in San Antonio, TX. Stella was a dedicated parishioner to many parishes in her youth, most recently at St. Jerome Catholic Church in Martinez, TX. Stella also made many pilgrimages to San Juan, TX. to the Basilica of the Virgen de San Juan Del Valle. Our faith knows that Stella now resides with God and she has been reunited with her departed son, Robert, and other loved ones. She was preceded in death by her beloved son Robert E. Redman, parents Feliciano Flores and Reynalda Flores, her brothers Jesus Flores, Domingo Flores, Jose Flores, her sisters Margarita Flores and Guadalupe Flores. Mrs. Stella Guerrero is survived by her loving husband Arturo Guerrero, daughter in law Evelyn Redman, her sons Randy J. Redman, Paul M. Redman and wife Lynn, William J Redman and wife Rose, her sister Emma Krist, her grandkids Christopher Redman, Angela Redman Brewer, Kristin Redman, Jeremy Redman and Rhiannon Redman. She leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews and great grandchildren. Stella worked at Finesilver, Joske’s and retired from Frost Bank in San Antonio after long and distinguished career. Stella attended Harlandale High School and was part of the class of 1951. She was an avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and San Antonio Spurs and spent every Sunday or game day rooting for her Cowboys and Spurs. Stella lived as a military wife and mom in her early years. Her sons all served in the military along with her first husband Paul Redman. Their combined military careers spanned almost 100 years. She raised her sons on her own as her first husband was overseas in the military. She loved to play Bingo, Cards and Bunco making many friends along the way. In her early years she loved to sew and made clothes her sons wore as youngsters along with her dresses. Mom loved to cook and would always have something ready to eat when family showed up including her famous German Chocolate Cake. Most of all, Mom was about family and always sent everyone cards and letters to show her love and never missed a loved one’s birthday. The family would like to offer a very special thank you to the nurses and staff of The Baptist Medical Center ICU and Vitas Hospice Care for all their efforts and treatment. They were so very loving in their care and we were blessed to have them to guide us through her short illness. Arrangements by MeadowLawn Funeral Home. Please see events tab for services and times.
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