Estella Moa was born November 22, 1966 in Lubbock Texas to Francisco and Elida Moa. Estella went to be with our Lord on August 14, 2020. She graduated from Abilene High School in 1986. Estella worked as an administrative assistant at Randall County tax office and she moved to San Antonio in July 2014 where she worked as a vault cashier at Bexar County Tax assessors office. Estella was preceded in death by her father, Francisco Moa and mother, Elida Moa and brother Adam Moa. Estella is survived by her significant other, Pedro "Pete" Torres; her beloved fur-babies, Sugar and Bella. her sister, Ester Moa; her brothers, David Moa and his wife Debbie, Eddie Moa and his wife Dora; her sister, Erma Ramirez, and her husband, Fernando; 1 aunt, 2 uncles, 4 nieces, 3 nephews, 3 great-nieces and 8 great-nephews, and numerous cousins, family and friends. Estella loved being around her family and friends. She enjoyed dancing, shopping for clothes, shoes and makeup. Estella will truly be missed by her family and friends.

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  1. Estella came to work for the tax office as mine and the TAC’s assistant. She took pride in her job, excellent customer service, and made sure the staff was taken care of. Estella was loyal, had a great laugh and you could really talk to her. She was dear to my heart and will be truly missed. Praying for the family.

  2. Estella was part of the Vault team for over 4 years at Bexar County Tax Office. Estella will truly be missed by all of us. She will always be part of our team and will never be forgotten. The vault will miss our laughs and talks we shared together. We don’t know how we will move on with out you. Thank you, Estella for being a great co- worker and friend. Thank you, Jennette Lopez

  3. Estella was a beautiful person. She will definitely be missed by those who knew her. She was always polite and a down to earth person. She also told everyone the way it was rather it be good or bad she never sugar coated anything and that’s what I loved about her. I’m going to miss you Estella Condolences to her family and friends ❤️

  4. She will be in my heart ❤️. My memory with her were very little but she was hella nice and sweet as a child . I sorry if I didn’t see this early I was sick myself . Family I love miss u wish and hope that this will pass cov 19 cuz all it’s doing is putting the worng people .. that’s all I can say …..

  5. When Estella came to the Bexar County Tax Office I had the pleasure of training her in titles and registrations. We talked a lot about Lubbock and how close we were in age, wow. Teased her a little about her favorite color purple and I made an effort to make a nice comment every time she wore it to work. It’s nice she was able to stay in the same office and floor with me. Prayers for her last Sunday at Mass and prayers every time I see the color purple.

  6. Estella greeted me every morning at the tax office with a beautiful “Oh, here comes trouble!” I would love to hear those words from her right about now! She was such a wonderful friend, a great listener with an awesome shoulder to cry on when I needed it. Gone way too soon, my precious friend! Till we meet again! Love you, my beautiful Estella!

  7. Stella, I am gonna miss you 💜 I only knew you for a short time but you are such a wonderful person. Thank you for all the laughs and I will never forget you and you will always be in my prayers✝️.My deepest sympathies to the Moa Family. Love, Sylvia Martinez

  8. to my dear sister you will always be in our hearts. miss you so much.tell grandma and grandpa mom and dad hello oh tell adam we have two fisherman in the family.we love you dear sister

  9. I worked with Estella for a little while in customer service and then as part of financial reporting at the tax office. Last memory I had we were talking about spiders. I shared my being chased by a tarantula story and she shared her spider story. Estella was always a nice person and she will be missed. She loved purple though. :) She had a lot of purple on her desk. I’m glad I got to meet her and exchange some stories with her. GOD bless her family and loved ones during this time. My prayers for all of you. And my deepest condolences to everyone who loved and knew her. 💜🕊

  10. Our condolences to the Moa family. Estella was such a great person and coworker. She will be truly missed by all.

  11. Estella was one of the nicest person I had the pleasure of knowing and working with. I first met her when she worked in Auto Customer Service and checked her out at the end of day. She then applied for a Vault position for which she was hired for. So then she she became like an employee of our department but she was located in the vault. She was very helpful and always willing to lend a hand when needed. She was a hard working person. I enjoyed conversations with her about hair stuff. I especially loved all of her purple decor which is one thing we had in common. Estella will be deeply missed but always remembered. My condolences to all of her family. May God comfort you during this time of sorrow and may God always bless you. May she Rest In Eternal Peace.

  12. I only knew Estella for a short time at work, and I am sorry that I did not know her better. We are hopeful that she is in a happier, more wonderful place. My condolences…

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