The beloved Diana G. Nunez joined our Heavenly Father on Thursday, June 18, 2020 at the age of 61. Diana was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Everyone who had the pleasure to get to know Diana automatically knew she had a big heart and was a selfless person. Diana had a gentle and humble soul which lit up around the people she loved. She loved spending time with her family playing poker, bingo, and lotteria. Diana loved listening to all types of music and dancing with her husband. Diana loved her family, but what always put a smile on her face was spending time with her grandchildren. In the three years she battled cancer not once did she ever complain, gripe, or admitted defeat. She suffered in silence, to give her family hope and solidarity. Although her absence is profound, the memories of her and the love she exuded will help her family through their grief. Diana is preceded in death by her parents and brothers. Diana is survived by her husband of 35 years, Hector Enrique Nunez; daughter, Diana Garcia and husband, Daniel, son; Robert Acevedo and wife, Casandra; son, Gustavo Robles; grandchildren, Ricardo Ballesteros Jr., Robert Ballesteros, Daniel C. Garcia, Nathan Acevedo, Kassey Acevedo, Robert Acevedo Jr., Diego Acevedo, Lucas Acevedo, Madison Robles, Caitlyn Robles; sisters, Carolina Gutierrez, Anita Garcia, Alicia Rodriguez, Rosario Estrada; brothers, Antonio Garza Jr., and Ramiro Garza.

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  1. You will always be miss, we have Soo many great memories that u will always live in our hearts. Rest in paradise now.

  2. Missing you so much! Words cannot explain the void in my heart. Will forever miss your gentle, loving, presence. Love you Mom! 💔

  3. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

  4. We will always love you, youre forever in our hearts, nothing will take your place, I find comfort knowing that youre in Gods presence lookind down

  5. You are so loved and always will, thanks for making my brother so happy, you will forever be in our hearts, see you again in Heaven, for I know that you are in the presence of my Heavenly Father , blessed to have had you as my cuñada and my kid’s tía, love you Gordita

  6. 7Años trabajando juntas .. Son muchas memorias .. Salía con cada cosa que me hasia reír 😆 💓.
    Como le gustaba bailar .
    También cuando la hasian enojar 😬 .
    Tenia un gran Corazón 💓. Me encantaba escuchar cuando le desia Amor mío a Enrrique su esposo ..
    La vamos a extrañar Diana y siempre va a ocupar un lugar muy especial en mi corazon 💓Que Dios la acoja en su santa Gloria .
    Usted save que la quiero muchísimo 😘🙏🏻🙏🏻💓😥 Descanse En Paz 🙏🏻📿
    Dee💓

  7. Con todo nuestro cario para nuestra Querida Diana. De parte de: Antonio Deyra Anthony y Ashley Jaimes . Descanse en paz.

  8. Diana you will be forever missed. I will be thinking about you when I’m watching a Dallas game! Go Cowboys Go! Rest In Peace…

  9. May God bless you and give you the strength needed during these difficult times. Our deepest condolences from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Julien (Jacqueline Gutierrez) Laredo, Texas. May you rest in peace Tía Diana

  10. We will miss you & always remember the times you came to visit and for the time we spent together, love Danny, lety, and family, until we meet again

  11. Family – Remembering her wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts. May she rest in peace! Our most sincere condolences….

  12. Our deepest condolences, may you find peace in your heart to know that my your wife/mom/grandma Diana has gained her wings and is watching over us from heaven. May God bless you all always! Love, Mr. Oscar and Mrs. Cynthia Gutierrez (Laredo Texas)

  13. Our most sincere condolences. Tia Diana will be greatly missed. We love you all. Sending hugs from Laredo. The Granados Garza family. Danny & iris.

  14. Mi amiguita del alma siempre te voy a llevar en mi corazón siempre siempre recordare todos los momentos que compartimos juntas cuando trabajábamos en O.R los lonchecitos que compartíamos juntas nunca lo voy a olvidar son recuerdos muy bonitos a pesar de que estábamos en el Travajo siempre nos decíamos las dos a empezar el día para que se nos pase prontito Elsita y así solía ser jamás te olvidare mi Manita del almaaaaaaa (descansa en paz) Fam. Núñez mi más sentido pésame.

  15. Desde Mexicali estamos contigo prima … tío no hay palabras para una gran pérdida inolvidable mi tía hermosa😢un gran abraso para todos ustedes 🙌tu prima Susana .

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