Elida T. Ontiveros passed away April 26, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born March 17, 1929 in Derby, Texas to Erineo and Herminia Torres. She was a devout catholic and enjoyed activities at St. Timothy Catholic Church (San Antonio). She loved decorating during the holidays, especially her shrine of baby Jesus. Her family was her life. She loved spending time with all her children and grandchildren. Elida is survived by he children, Jose Ontiveros, Humberto Ontiveros, Arturo Ontiveros, Adelfa Gonzalez, and Diana Ontiveros; grandchildren, Sandy, Joann, Sergio, Anthony, Eric, Jason, Michael, Valerie, Julian, Leonard, and Matthew; brothers and sisters, Ezekiel Torres, Celia Hernandez, and Amelia Lopez; with numerous other nieces, nephews, family and friends. Elida was a wonderful person who touched many lives and will be dearly missed by so many.

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  1. My condolences to the Elida ontiveros family, she was a great president with the St. Timothy Altar Society enjoy working at our church festival. She will be miss.

  2. Mom angels gathered near your side so very close to you they knew the pain and suffering that you were going through. Your eyes were looking homeward to that place beyond the sky where Jesus held his arms to you it was time to say good-bye. Struggling with my selfish thoughts I wanted you to stay but Jesus knew the answer and I knew you loved him too. I gave to you life’s greatest gift. ( The gift of letting go.) Love always your Son & Family; Humberto, Margie, Eric, Jason, Antonio Ontiveros

  3. Elida Ontiveros, she was a woman of faith and loved our Lord. She like so many others in the Altar Society was a hard worker. We missed not seeing you and did not know what had happened to you. You were always on our mind and prayers. Prayers will continue for you and your family. Till we meet again.

  4. For my Grandma Your life was full of loving deeds, forever thoughtful to our special needs. You were a wonderful woman with a heart of gold, keeping the family close that was never apart. You shared your love and kindness with everyone near, for we shall treasure our memories of you in our hearts. I thank you for the time you held me in my arms when I was a child; the time that I spent my days at your home while my mother was away working full time. You were the first to see my creativity at a young age; you saw my passion that I love to do. It is something I can never truly forget. Being at your home as a child was something special as you would take me to church. There is where I understood God, who he is and that he exists; had it not been for your loving nature, I wouldn’t be the person who I am today. I’m a man now, beginning my life, it’s hard to let you go but I must move on to live my life. I thank you for all the love you have given me and I will forever treasure it in my heart; until one day our family will reunite as one in Heaven with you and Jesus Christ, forever. Your loving Grandson Jason R. Ontiveros

  5. My special grandma, just so you will know, I love you and I miss you more than you could know. You were so very caring so loving, and so kind, you played a big part in my life and even though you’re gone. The respect and love I have for you will just go on and on… with a heavy heart” Love always your grandson& Family Eric Gene Ontiveros, Jessica McGinnis

  6. Mom we hold on to the memories and treasure them with love. You lived your life so graciously you always did your best and now you’re with the angels and it’s time for you to rest. you were such a special person, so gentle, good and kind. your thoughtfulness touched my life in more way’s than you know. Here on earth you’re deeply missed and thought about with love. Love always your Daughter-in-law” Margie Ontiveros

  7. How do you say goodbye to an amazing woman who has impacted your life in so many ways? Through her gifts of wisdom regarding life, love, and God. To many, my grandmother was a mother, a wife, a teacher, a cook, and a spiritual leader but most importantly, she was someone who I deeply loved and will always treasure her love. She showed me how to cook and to understand the importance of life through faith in God, inspired by her faith and hope. I know it is sad seeing her pass away, but knowing deep in my heart that she’s with the Lord in Heaven. Grandma, I love you and miss you dearly- Love your grandson, Anthony R.

  8. Grandma, how do you say good-bye to an amazing woman who has impacted your life in so many ways? with her gifts of wisdom concerning life, love, and God. She was to many a mother, a wife, a teacher a cook, and a spiritual leader, to me she was grandma. and a friend. She thought me to cook and to worship God and she thought me the importance of life.I’m sad today but also inspired by her faith and hope. For if I believed as she did in Jseus Christ. I will have hope and joy knowing my grandmother is with the lord. So yes my heart is saddened by my loss but rejoices to know my grandmother gained. Grandma, I love you and miss you dearly, Thank you for everything: Love always your grandson” Anthony Rodriguez

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