Pearl C. Lozano went to be with the Lord on Thursday September 12, 2019 at the age of 63. She was born on October 1, 1955 in San Antonio, Texas to Rogelio and Herlinda Cisneros. She married her long-time love, David G. Lozano on December 21,1973 and was happily married for 45 years. She is preceded in death by her parents and son Alexander C. Lozano and survived by her husband David and children: David Jr. (Monica), Adina (Richard) and Samuel. Grandchildren: David Dylan, Jessica Kaylee and David Alexander. Brothers: Roman (Sandra) and David (Carmen) and sisters: Dolores (Rudy), Rosie Lee and Dora.

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  1. To my pollie, thank you for always loving me like I was one of your own kids, playing barbies with me as soon as I would get dropped off, making me peanut butter & tortilla whenever I wanted, letting me put a million chongos in your hair & paint your toe nails. Forever & Always will be my second mom <3 You will be missed dearly, I love you with all my heart. Rest Easy & please watch over me. Yours truly, Yulissa Cardenas & Family

  2. Pearl Lozano is one of the sweetest ladies I ever met. Heaven just got a little sweeter! I’m heartbroken for her husband, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends who will miss her so. Marsha Taylor Martin

  3. Pearl Lozano such a beautiful and loving lady who made me always feel a part of the Lozano and I give God praise for such a wonderful friendship. She will truly be missed by so many and especially her best friend Mr. David. Her work down here is complete and now she has taken her rest with Jesus and her precious son Alex. Rest in Jesus Pearl.

  4. Mrs. Lozano was the most sweetest caring person I knew. She comforted me and prayed with me at my mother’s grave. She was a strong woman who took care of her family. She will missed and now she is with the Lord. On behalf of my family and myself would like to express our sincere sympathy to the Lozano family. The Lord is with th we always and He will never leave your side. Sincerely, The Franklin Family

  5. Pearl you left wonderful memories. I am blessed to have known you since I was 5. You became a wonderful best friend/sister to my mom and the relationship you both had will never be forgotten. I thank you for being there for me and my family in need. Pearl, Pearl in the green station wagon,the comb you carried and the beach trips we took will always put a smile to my face. Love you as we called you tia Pearl/second mom 💞

  6. She was a very nice person .I met her thru my brothers in-laws … we would talk about food receipt and flowers ,she always had a smile on her face … may she be with the angels

  7. Pearl was a beautiful person inside and out. Her smile I think was her signature. She was such a sweetheart to me as a child and was a true joy to be around. I can not believe she is not on this earth anymore… But I look forward to seeing that smile when we make it to heaven! Condolences and love to the family she left behind. You guys are loved and prayed for. 💜 Love, Leilani Barrera (aka, Lani Irizarry)

  8. FRM LISA N AILEEN I MISS YOU DEARLY tia Pearl n you were like my mom..I thank you forevery thing you done for me n family..i cant believe your gone so soon im not ready to say goodbye…you in Bully were always at mijas birthdays rain or shine yall are there…thank you so much for being there for aileen…your an angel above in beautiful heaven…your always will be in our hearts forever….

  9. My condolences to the Lozano family from Tyler,Tx. U will be missed n that beautiful smile to. When I would drive my mom to San Antonio, she would tell me alot about her child hood n many of the story’s we’re about u n her. The first thing that came to my mind when I heard about what had happened to you were those stories n I will forever hold on to them. I got to meet u n u were such a sweet lady just like my mom said.. May u RIP! I’ll be praying for bull n the rest of the family! Say hi to my mom “Esther Martinez” for me.

  10. Mrs. Lozano, Roland and I were so lucky to have met you through Sam. You blessed us with your smile and warm hugs every time we saw each other. We will continue to take care of your baby boy Sam.

  11. My condolences to the Lozano’s family. Pearl was one in a million, She was the the best mom that I couldn’t be for my Daughter, she raised (Yulissa) like her own. I can never ever ever THANK her & her family enough for loving Yulissa like they did. We were so BLESSED to have her in our lives. We will miss her very much and love her always. Joann & Leo Cardenas

  12. I am so sorry for your loss. Pearl is a great loss for all of us! Heaven’s gain! Such a precious Angel!! Pearl ALWAYS treated me and my family like her own from the time we moved to San Antonio while my children were growing up. She was such a beautiful woman inside and out. She just radiated the love of Christ in everything she did in her life. Always taking care of others and never just thinking of herself. I loved being around her. You couldn’t help but to be so happy around her. She always made you laugh and smile. She was contagious that way. You most definitely will be missed my dear friend! Pearl Thank you for being you. I love and miss you already. Our prayers go out to all of Pearl’s family and extended family. We love you all…It warms our hearts to know that this is not the end. We will see you again and get to laugh and joke and enjoy your company as always. YOU BETTER BELIEVE WE WILL BE PARTYING!!! We love you Pearl!!! God rest your soul. You are all in my loving thoughts and prayers. XOXOXOXO Love Debbie Irizarry

  13. When I met Pearl many years ago she was very friendly and welcoming.Pearl and David would invite me into their home to watch movies/bbq and it was always fun spending time talking and visiting with them .Gone too soon. You will be missed! Frank Hernandez

  14. I have so many wonderful memories of Pearl. She was my mom in many ways while growing up. We spent a lot of time together on our fishing trips.we always had a great time. Lots of laughs many many memories and she always took care of me. She loved me and cared for me like I was her own and the bbq’s next door the wonderful New Year’s Eve parties always a hug and a smile and always telling me be careful going home and always a beautiful smile on her face. Then I had my girls and she treated them exactly the same way. Much love. She will be missed very much. My heart aches but we will see each other again and make more memories. Thank you to the Lozano family for coming into our lives and allowing us to become part of your family! Michelle /Lizzy/Meagan/Sophia

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