Sally Jean Garcia passed away Friday, October 15, 2021 at the age of 49. She was born December 15, 1971 in Lockhart, TX. to Lola and Felix Peralez. Sally loved spending time with her family. Her smile would light up any room she entered. She was a loving and caring person that never met a stranger she didn't like. Sally was an amazing wife, best mother and grandmother anyone could ever ask for. She will be missed by all who knew her. Sally is survived by her loving husband of 32 years, Frank Garcia; sons, Frank Matthew Garcia, Troy Felix Garcia (Audrey), Jeremy Vincent Garcia; granddaughter, Strella; father Felix Peralez; brother, Felix Peralez, Jr.; sisters, Dolores Peralez, and Nancy Peralez; numerous other loving family and friends.

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  1. Frank, Matthew, Troy, Jeremy and Strella- Working with Sally were by far some of the best years. She was so special to us. We will miss her so much.

  2. Words can’t express our shock & sorrow over the loss of our classmate Sally. She will always be remembered for her kind soul and that genuine smile!

  3. Mrs.Garcia I will miss running into you everywhere and having a hour long conversation in the stores. I want to thank you for everything you did for me in high school and for watching out for Lilli and Chris at Hopkins. Frank & sons I send my condolences to you and whole familia.

  4. Working with Sally at Hopkins was such a pleasure. She always had a smile and such an ease working with us and with the kids. My deepest sympathy to all her family who she loved more than anything. Love and prayers Carol Vogel

  5. When I met Sally I didn’t think I was going to like her, she was so bold and in your face. Turns out she became one of my best friends. Our friendship was short but deep. We were a great team and I’m going to miss so much about her. I had never met anyone who would drop everything for you at a moments notice and spend the next few days making sure you had what you needed …that was Sally. The love she had for her boys, Frank, Strella and all her family was amazing to witness. Her heart was huge and I’m going to miss her hugs and talks. I love you Sally and I know you are resting in the Lords arms with your Mama.

  6. May you find comfort from all of the love and happiness Sally brought to this world. Your friends and family at CPSE

  7. My sister a beautiful soul. So many talks between us. I had her all my life. Grateful for her faith n the light she showed everyday. I have to find a way to live without her. The peace I feel is knowing she was a child of God. N she’s in heaven with our mama. Heaven is a better place with her in it. Sisters for life.

  8. My mother was a women of faith, love and honor. She was amazing in ever way imaginable. I can still remember the time her my father and niece came to visit me in California and we went to San Francisco. We went to aquarium and rode on the back of a bike taxi, man we had fun that day. Or the time my mom rode to California with her best friend Kim to see me after i had gotten in a motorcycle accident. Even though my mom no longer being her crushes my heart i still have those memories to fall back on. I love you momma.

  9. Sally had such an energetic, fun spirit and cared so much about every kid she worked with. She is so loved and so missed.

  10. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss… Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  11. My heart and prayers go out to my cousin Sally’s family. I was blessed to have her as my cousin. I will always hold her and my memories of her close to my heart. You were like a sister to me. Till we meet again.

  12. Sally was the absolute best wife,mother grandmother and friend that anyone could have ever have asked for. I was the luckiest man on the planet when she chose me as her partner for life. Words can not Express our love for her and how terribly she’ll be missed .she is in a better place now but one day we will be reunited to walk on the beach hand in hand while the sun rises on a new chapter of our lives.

  13. To my baby from her very loving family Frank, Matthew, Troy (Audrey),Jeremy and Strella. We will all one day be reunited.

  14. My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Sally Peralez Garcia and the Peralez family. Sally I’ve known you since you were 14yrs old. You always had a big heart and beautiful smile. You may be gone in the Flesh but you will be forever in our 💕!

  15. To my beautiful cousin, the memories we had growing up together and with our kids will forever be in my heart. All the weekends we spent in San Antonio just to get away spending time together were the best. You were always there for me no matter what and for that I will always be grateful for. I love you and will miss you always.

  16. Sally is and always will be an amazing person with a huge heart. Sally loves drawing and doing crafts and if her Hopkins family needed something decorated or painted, there was Sally making sure it got done. She always wanted Hopkins to look beautiful for our Little Hawks. Sally left us this beautiful card with her thumbprints on 10/15/2021. Her last little painting project on earth, with help from her nurse. We miss you so much my dear friend. RIP. Love Lillian

  17. I love you my beautiful friend. Thank you for being an awesome friend and loving our Little Hawks the way you do. Ms. Garcia is our Angel

  18. My dearest friend, you will be truly missed. I give the good Lord thanks that he put you in my path, not only as a co-worker but as a friend. Your laughter in the hallways will always be remembered. The picture says it all.

  19. Thank you Sally for welcoming me to Hopkins with open arms and kindness, you made me feel apart of the family immediately.

  20. What a jewel! Sally had a way of making everyone feel important. A gift to each child she taught. I loved the way that she would know the exact moment to smile, make a joke, laugh and instantly change the environment with her goodness…A beautiful person to work with. I pray for comfort for Estrella, the boys and Mr. Garcia who Sally spoke so proudly of! When I think of Sally, I think,”She brought Joy!”

  21. “Not everything is meant to last, and when it is over there is a HUGE hole. There is also a pair of wings, knowing you, wherever you are, you’re flying and free. I’m here still grateful, grateful for knowing you”—Kenny Chesney Sally, words cannot express how much I will miss you, your love and kindness for those around you was always apparent. I will always be so glad to have had you in my life, we had many conversations, some serious and some fun…thank you for everything you brought into my life, and thank you for always having me see the “other side” of things. I love you girl! Frank, Matthew, Troy, Jeremy, and Strella, please accept my deepest condolences on your loss….Sally touched many, many, many lives and her legacy will live on in all of you. May God Bless you all. Melissa Cortez

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