Maria C. Brasher went to be with Our Lord on Sunday, May 17, 2020 at the age of 56. She was born in Houston, Texas on February 7, 1964 to the late Yolanda Irma and Juan Ignacio Idrogo. Maria cared and enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. She lived life to the fullest with her fun personality and great sense of humor. She loved listening to George Jones. Maria enjoyed the outdoors and planting flowers. She and her Partner, Reynaldo shared a saying “ There is No crying in baseball. “ She will be dearly missed by her children, Priscilla Vasquez, John McCoy Brasher Jr., Michael Brasher, Christina Brasher and Amanda Avila; grandchildren, Jasaleen, Brandy, Jeremiahs, Angelo, Yammiletz, Joe, Joshua, Valeria, Mia, Absidy, John, Isiah and Isabelle; great-granddaughter, Absidy; sisters, Yolanda, Dora, Sarah, Irma and Diana; brothers, Noe, Juan and Neto; also numerous other relatives and friends.

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  1. Last Mother’s Day I’ll have with the woman who gave me life and brought me into this world with all the love a son could ever wish for! My Sweet Momma – Michael Brasher

  2. Grandma , I love you so much . I’m very sorry i had my head wrapped around my busy life and I didn’t pay no attention to see how hurt you were , how sick you were . How much you needed me / us there for you . You were to strong of a woman to bother us because you felt that we were to busy with our lives . I was to blind to see that you were slowly fading away , I just wish I could have been right next to you when this happened. I thought you were going to be here forever , I know sounds crazy . I mean at least I thought you wouldn’t have gone so soon and sudden. I deeply regret not being there in the end for you . I love you so much grandma. I trusted you with everything, I could tell you my crazy nights and stories without being judged. You were there for me all the time . You with opened arms let me and my friends stay with you . You let me do a lot of things my parents wouldn’t have lol let’s just say that . We had some crazy nights that’s for sure . My grandma was the life of the party lol , my friends loved you like there own grandma. I never imagined I would have lost you so soon . I had just texted you two days before you passed , I couldn’t stop crying because I had a really bad feeling something wasn’t right . I’m sorry I didn’t call you one last time to hear your voice . I wish I can hear your voice just more time. I’m very sad right now . I can’t believe I will never see you again grandma. That’s it , your just gone like that . . I can go on and on about so much but I can’t help but cry tears of joy knowing you are at rest and not suffering in this cold world . You lived your life already , you were very sick . I love you crazy old lady . Till we meet again . Your in my heart forever grandma 💜

  3. This was last year with my grandma, she was so excited and happy that I gave her a hair cut! She was so beautiful, and I miss her every single day.. I love you grandma❤️

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