Our beautiful sister Diana H. Saldana is now in Abraham’s bosom. We will see her in the first resurrection in the restored Gan Edan when Yehosha is King. May her rest be as a second in time. Please join in prayer for Frank and the Saldaña family. on Saturday, August 7, 2021 at the age of 64 years. Diana was born in San Antonio, Texas on February 3, 1957 to Teresa Avila and Robert Hernandez. She was graduate of Lanier high school and grew up on the westside of town. In 2014 Diana and her family traveled to the Holy Land in Jerusalem. She enjoyed reading her daily scriptures and always praying for her family and friends. Diana made the best rice and all other dishes that her family is going to miss. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother who will be dearly missed by her husband of 44 years, Frank Saldana; her children, Lorrie H. Aboytes and her husband, Juan L. Aboytes, Frankie J. Saldana Jr., Anthony Hernandez Saldana and his wife, Gulsana Saldana ; grandchildren, Juan Carlos Aboytes, Alyssa Nicole Aboytes, Johnathan Israel Aboytes, Abgail Kanykei Saldana, Benjamin Michael Saldana; siblings, Ruben Hernandez, Raymond Hernandez, Delia Lopez, Debbie Hernandez, Mary Ramirez, and Jose Castro. Also numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.

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  1. Condolences to Frank Saldana and Family. We will always treasure her Loving kindness and her Beautiful smile. We will see you in Jerusalem. Love Always Ray, Sophia Ramos and Family.

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

  3. Tia i love you and I will miss you till we meet again fly high Tia Dianna give my Daddy and Grandma a big hug and a kiss from me. My condolences to Tio Frank and family sending lots of prayers and love from Veronica and Felix and kids

  4. With deepest sympathy for Frank Saldana and family. Remembering sweet Diana and her generous hospitality to me and my son. We will always hold dear memories of Bible study, good food and fellowship in her home. We will be missing her and yet looking forward to seeing her again in our heavenly home. Diana was a mighty warrior for the name of YHVH, a woman after God’s own heart.

  5. I thank The Most High for having been blessed by fellowshipping with our dear sister Diana. Her love for others was always displayed in many ways; for sure a Proverbs 31 woman: A woman that fears YHVH is to be praised. Blessed be her memories.

  6. I’m sorry we couldn’t be there today but my prayers for comfort go out to Tio Frank and my cousins in this difficult time. Love, Teresa Lopez

  7. I remember Diana as my sister -law at that she showed me cooking spaghetti,meat loaf she was kind to me ,I will miss her my sincerest condolences to all the families which I haven’t seen in along time but do thank Diana thank you for your kindness she shall always be in my prayers plus the families in this timely manner and we shall see each other in heaven my deepest love to the families.

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