Yvonne Marie Shannon passed away July 14, 2020 at the age 63. She was born September 19, 1956 in Floresville, TX to Mary Louise and Valde Estrada. Yvonne was retired from AT&T where she pursued her career has a CSR. Her baby “Red” was her protector and side kick. Her grandbabies were her world, she would always go out of her way to spoil them in so many ways from enjoying an ice cream, to just giving them hugs when she knew they were needed, her endless talks, her unannounced visits with goodies that now they will forever cherish. They will miss her unconditional love that she embraced them with daily. She loved baking cakes, cooking the best dishes that will carry on her legacy for generations to come, shopping was her cure to everything “good for the soul” yard sale time was her favorite. She enjoyed her time having meals with her friends and loved ones. She truly was a one of a kind and is going to be missed by many. “Momma” you left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, although we cannot see you, you’re always at our side. Yvonne is preceded in death by her loving husband Bobby Shannon. She leaves to cherish her memory her children, Xavier Charles Shannon, Yvonne Louise Hernandez (Pedro); grandchildren, Xavier Charles Shannon Jr., Amber Nicole Hernandez, Alexzander Nicholas Hernandez, Anthony Nikko Hernandez; brother, Valde Estrada (Linda); numerous nieces, nephews, and other loving family and friends. We want to thank all our family friends for your continued support and prayers during this difficult time. “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” Matthew 5:4

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  1. So very sorry for your loss. May God and all your beautiful memories provide comfort during this difficult time. Prayers for all of you. Lana Shannon

  2. Momma we’re all missing you so much 😭 I know your with Dad rejoicing in Heaven 🙏🏻❤️ Love you always ❤️❤️❤️

  3. Yvonne you will always be missed. You were such a big part of my childhood almost like my second mom. I’m so thank for all the memories I had the joy to share you all. From you telling at me just as I was one of you own, to our numerous trip to Schlitterbahn. You will always be remembered! Rest in Peace!

  4. I worked with Yvonne at SWB in San Antonio back in the 80’s or so. We always had so much fun, she was always sweet saying funny things all the time. She always made us laugh. Great memories! My deepest condolences to Xavier and Yvonne. Your Mom was a great friend and worker. Rest In Peace Yvonne. Connie Torres Bergara

  5. Yvonne you were always there for me, mom and our family and I know you are with mom at peace in heaven. I love you very much and will miss you.

  6. Yvonne a precious friend that became family. The Lord Jesus continue to Bless and Keep your family.. Love Yall. God Bless. Elida, Maria and family.

  7. Tia Yvonne had the biggest heart especially for the kids. She always came to every family event with a bag full of toys to give away. She made sure everyone left with something even when it wasn’t their birthday. I also have funny memories of her scaring me Halloween masks because she knew I’d scream. She will be dearly missed.

  8. I’m so sorry for ur loss Yvonne’s family. She will be missed. She was always so lively and happy. I met Yvonne at Elida’s house. Everytime we had get together’s. I would look forward to seeing her. She will be missed I was so sad to hear what she went trou. Now she is y’all’s angel. Miss u Yvonne. Gone but never forgotten 😔

  9. My condolences to Yvonne’s family. Will miss her at Christmas time when she and Anna would show up at the Musquez Family Annual Christmas party in Bulverde. Cousin Greg Musquez

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