September 5, 1948 ~ January 12, 2023

Born in: San Antonio, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Nina was an amazing woman who just loved to be around people, and loved everyone that crossed her path. She was always happy and fun and found joy in helping anyone that needed help.

She also shared a very close bond with her father. They created many memories such as spending the weekends hunting during the winters, and fishing during the summers.

Nina had a peaceful and happy spirit. You never saw her without a smile. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

Nina’s last wishes to her family were that she did not want a funeral, she wanted a party, and this should come as no surprise to those who know her, and her family wants to honor those wishes.

Therefore, there will be a celebration of life sometime in March and the family hopes that all of you can come share memories and celebrate her with them. They are planning to have many photos and videos and other things that represent the amazing lady that Nina was.  Details for that event will be announced soon.

She did not want a funeral, she wanted a party, and if you know her, this should not surprise anyone. She deserves  something special and I want to give her the best party I can, which will require some time. So we will have a “celebration of life” sometime in March and I will make sure to get those details to everyone in plenty of time so all who would like to come have that opportunity.  It will be full of pics and videos and all the things that represent who she was. I hope that anyone that knew her will try to make it to this celebration.

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  1. Imagine my surprise 2 days ago hearing that Nina had died. Not fair. This lady has been a force of nature based on kindness, love, and loyal to friends since I met her in high school over 55 years ago. I was in the pep squad with Nina, I saw her performance on the field, I saw what a great human being she was, and I am sincerely grateful that I knew her. Thank you cosmic forces for allowing me that privilege. God bless you Nina! We will all miss you.

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