Maria Magdalena Toussaint (Walker-Zamarripa), 69, was called home to be with the Lord on Wednesday May 29 th, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. She passed peacefully at the home of her loving daughter in Converse, Texas. She was born in Acuña, Mexico March 9 th , 1950 to Leonor Zamarripa and Emanuel Walker. She is survived by her siblings Isaac, Emanuel, Ezequiel, Daniel, Abraham, and Noemi Walker-Zamarripa, her children Francisco J. Rosa, Raquel M. Hawkins, Juan A. Rosa and Angelica N. Willis, twenty grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.

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  1. My mama Maria I miss you so much! I came back for you my love. You will always be in my heart, and I will cherish our memories forever. We always had a blast when we were together. There was never a dull moment. I will never forget our day trip to LA,Hollywood, Santa Monica we had so much fun. I will never forget how much you loved new dresses all the time, and your 3 bowls of butter pecan ice cream every night. I loved the way your laugh sounded. You are my angel, and I will never forget you. I love you sooooooooooooo much mamacita! Never say goodbye, later!

  2. My fondest memories of my mother is of how proud she was of me joining the United States Navy, supported me throughout all my deployments always praying for my safe return. She came to be by my side with every major injury I incurred state side. My mother was the most patriotic woman I have ever met she loved being American so much told she only wanted us to speak English. She pushed me to graduate high school and was so disappointed when I didn’t walk with me class because I didn’t tell her the day it was being held and I didn’t go. I vowed my mom would get to see me graduate from the university and when I retired from the military in 2011. My mother got to see her son walk across the the stage and receive his bachelors degree in 2014. I love my mom and I miss her dearly, I know she is resting until the Lord calls us home!

  3. Angelica, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. My heartfelt sympathy to your & your family. May you have many beautiful memories. Sincerely, Shereen N.

  4. Dear Mommy im going to miss so many things about you. But most of all im going to miss bringing my plants to you after ive killed them and you bringing them back to life again!! Then you would tell me ” Im keeping it Raquel because your just going to kill it again”. But I promise im going to keep all the plants alive and pretty for you!! I love you with all my heart!! Your daughter Raquel Maria!!!❤❤❤

  5. To the family and friends of Ms. Toussaint, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your precious loved one. May you find a measure of comfort in knowing that soon, “death will be no more”. (Revelation 21:3, 4) Below are links to some very encouraging thoughts that have helped many, including myself, to get through this difficult time of loss:

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