Our beloved mother, grandmother, wife, sister, and friend, Yvette Karen Guevara-Coronado, entered into eternal rest on October 31, 2021, at the young age of 44. She was born in San Antonio, Texas on January 24, 1977 to parents: Jose Guevara and Yolanda Rivera. At a young age, she met the love of her life, Juan Coronado, where they dated for 18 years, and recently married 2 years ago. They shared a blissful long-term relationship of 20 years. Yvette was a loving mother and proud grandmother. She was generous with her affection, and lavished her attention on her family, her only grandson, and close friends. She was a devout Catholic; in her spare time, she enjoyed playing Bingo, listening to music, singing, and being outdoors to enjoy a nice breeze. Yvette had an admirable personality. She always left a positive and lasting impact on her family as well as others. She will be forever remembered in our hearts for the conditional love shown to all that surrounded her. She is preceded in death by her parents, her sister: Janie Navarro; and her brother: Carlos Mendez. She is survived by her husband: Juan Coronado, her only son: Joe Alex Solis; her only grandson: John Solis; sisters: Lorena Guevara, Yolanda Mendez, Norma Ramos, Hope Guevara; Vanessa Guevara; Stephanie Guevara; Melissa Guevara; brothers: Arthur Mendez, Luis Mendez, Beto Mendez, John Guevara; and Jose Guevara, and many other close relatives and friends. To leave a note for the family, please visit the The guestbook at www.meadowlawn.net Arrangements with MeadowLawn Funeral Home 5611 E. Houston Street

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  1. My beautiful sister.. u just left us and we already miss u so much.. u left us w so many happy memories that we will cherish forever Til we meet again Save me a spot next to u so we can laugh for eternity

  2. Yvette was such a fun person to be around. Meeting her over 20 years ago she made me laugh so much! What a sweet sister, friend, grandma and mother you will be missed 💕

  3. My Tia was the life of the party. No matter where we were at she would make us all laugh. She was humble, funny and a very loving person. The last time I ate with her, Tuto and my mom we had the best time. Nothing but laughter and singing together at the table❤️ Rest easy Tia we love you so much and miss you😔😢

  4. My sister, always goofing around and making everyone laugh. You have no idea how much everyone will miss you. I know you’re in heaven with Dad having the best time free from everything. I love you forever sister. ❤️

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