Felicitas C. Garza passed away Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at the age of 98 years. She was born January 14, 1921 in Rosebud, Texas to Blas and Antonia Ramos Contreras. Felicitas was a woman of principle, and driven, self-motivated woman of faith, who drove till she was 90 years old. As one of Jehovah’s Witnesses she shared her faith with others and her firm hope for the future as expressed in the scripture Revelation 21:1-4 which she shared with many. Felicitas was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Alfonso M. Garza; sons, Alfonso C. Garza and Albert C. Garza. She is survived by her two sons, Robert C. Garza wife Diana, Ernest C. Garza wife Rebecca and daughter in law Rose Lee Backus Garza of the late Alfonso C. Garza; grandchildren, Robert C. Garza II wife Ana, Elisa C. Garza, Michael A. Garza wife Lynn, Patricia Ann Wagoner husband Jay and Norma Jean Zoda husband Tom; numerous great-grandchildren and relatives. In lieu of flowers the family invites you to make a monetary donation to the Worldwide Work of Jehovah’s Witnesses at JW.org click on Donations.

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  1. The Cadena Family from Bakersfield Ca. was honored and blessed to see our aunt-our moms sister-in her last days. She raised a Godly family. All are blessed to have known her. Our Lord God welcomes her. Edd and June Cadena

  2. We had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Garza at Hunters Pond and she was roommate with our mother (Marina). Ms. Garza was such an amazing person whom we grew to love and admire. She always had a smile and looking out for Marina. When we spoke to her she had this shiny sparkle in her eyes when she talked about her family and how she was blessed with a good husband and caring family. We looked forward to our visit with her that even our grandchildren and relatives would always ask how she was doing and sent her hugs. She loved seeing pictures our our kids and grandkids too. She will always hold a special place in our hearts. The good Lord needed her and she is now in his kingdom. She will be dearly missed. Our sincere condolences to the family and May she Rest In Peace. We truly appreciate everything that she and her family did for Marina also. God bless you all.🙏 Alma & Arnold Esparza

  3. I remember the first time I met her, when my Mother and I went to visit her in her home. She was so hospitable and encouraging. We look forward to welcoming her back in the resurrection soon to come. John 5:28

  4. We always called her little grandma, but she had a spirit that was big. She will be missed by many, but the memories of her remain in the hearts that she touched. Norma Zoda granddaughter Husband Tom Zoda

  5. Little grandma, she passionately loved her God and her extended family. She enjoyed sharing her knowledge of cooking and gardening. Her presence and enthusiasm is missed. Love you grandma, Michael.

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