Elida Baldivia Moa was surrounded by her family when she passed away on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at Christus Sister Mary Hospice in San Antonio, Texas. Elida was born on December 12, 1941 to Ambrosio and Dolores Baldivia in Anson, Texas. She graduated 8th grade from Ralls High School. Elida married Francisco Moa on November 21, 1960 in Crosbyton, Texas. She retired as a CNA from ManorCare Health Services in 2003. Elida enjoyed quilting, crocheting, sewing, knitting, puzzles, and quality time with family. Elida was preceded in death by her husband Francisco Moa, son Roy, son Adam, father Ambrosio, and mother Dolores. Elida is survived by her daughter Ester Moa, son David Moa and his wife Debbie Moa, daughter Estella Moa and her significant other Pedro "Pete" Torres, son Eddie Moa and his wife Dora Moa, and daughter Erma Ramirez and her husband Fernando Ramirez; sister Erlinda Escobar and her husband Belen Escobar, brother Henry Baldivia and his wife Teresa Baldivia, and brother Fred Baldivia and his wife Shiela Baldivia. Grandchildren; Diana Reyna, Adrian Moa, Anthony Reyna, Ashley Moa, Beatrice Reyna, Stephanie Reyna, and Timothy Reyna. Great Grandchildren; Quianna, Nathaniel, Ambrosio, Carly Rae, Jase, Aiden, Carter, Izaak, Derek, Casey, and Frankie. Pallbearers will be Rudy Moreno, Michael Moreno, Renee Moreno, Pete Torres, Fernando Ramirez, and Fredrick Kelly. "Honor her for all that her hands have done, and let her works bring her praise at the city gate" (Proverbs 31:31)

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  1. My dear friend Estella Moa. My deepest condolences. Your mom was a fighter! May you find peace knowing she is resting. No more sickness our pain. Prayers for the family.

  2. Mom, I don’t know how to live without you and these last few days have been the hardest for me so far. I’m glad that you are no longer in pain or are suffering and that your reunited with Dad and your two sons. Just want you to know I miss you like crazy and tears still fall endlessly, just know your always in my heart and I’ll see you when it’s my time to come home.

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