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Guadalupe (Delgado Gonzalez) Granados

February 5, 1973 ~ August 2, 2021 (age 48)

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Guadalupe nació el 5 de Febrero de 1973 en El Control, Tamaulipas. Sus padres eran
Prisciliano Delgado Gonzalez y Evangelina Gonzalez Marmolejo. Al lado de sus 10 hermanos y
hermanas ella creció en un rancho de familia cerca de Soliseño, pueblo donde ella creó
muchas bonitas memorias. Guadalupe fue conocida como una persona feliz, trabajadora, y que
luchaba ante la vida. Ella se mudó a vivir a Houston en el 2003 con su primer esposo, Juan
Alvarez y tres hijos, Eva, Juan, y Valentin. Aquí ella trabajó, hizo nuevas amistades, atendió la
iglesia y entregó su vida a Dios. Los últimos años de su vida ella vivió al lado de su segundo
esposo Neris Granados y su hijo Israel. Guadalupe se dedicaba al cuidado de su casa y a la
compra de ofertas especiales, siempre pensando en dar a los demás. Ella le daba a sus hijos, a
sus nietos, a su iglesia, a sus vecinas, a su familia en México y a quien estuviera a su alcance y
en necesidad. Sus nietos la conocieron solo en sus cortas edades pero sabemos que el amor
de ella se quedará con ellos. Sus nietos Scarlet, Violet, Stephen, Eathon, Isabela, y Enoch la
extrañan. Su cuñado Jarod y cuñada Bella la extrañaran. Que en paz descanse y Dios de
fortaleza a su familia.



Guadalupe was born February 5th, 1973 in El Control, Tamaulipas. Her parents were Prisciliano
Delgado Gonzalez y Evangelina Gonzalez Marmolejo. Alongside her 10 brothers and sisters
she grew up in a family ranch near the town El Soliseno, a town where she created many fond
memories. Guadalupe was known as a happy person who was hardworking, and who fought
hard in life. She moved to live in Houston in 2003 along with her first husband, Juan Alvarez, and
three children, Eva, Juan, and Valentin. Here she worked, made new friendships, attended
church, and gave her life to God. The last years of her life she lived alongside her second
husband Neris Granados and son Israel. Guadalupe dedicated her life to the keeping of her
home, purchasing items in special sales, always thinking about who she will give those items to.
She gave to her children, her grandchildren, her church, her neighbors, her family in Mexico,
and to whoever was in need within her reach. Her grandchildren only knew her in their short age
but her love will stay with them as they grow. Her grandchildren Scarlet, Violet, Stephen,
Eathon, Isabela, and Enoch will miss her. Her son-in-law Jarod and daughter-in-law Bella will
miss her. May she rest in peace and God give rest to her family.

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Services

Visitation
Sunday
August 8, 2021

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
East Haven Funeral Home
716 College Avenue
South Houston, TX 77587

Christian Service
Sunday
August 8, 2021

7:00 PM
East Haven Funeral Home Chapel
716 College Ave.
South Houston, Texas 77587

Chapel Doors Open
Monday
August 9, 2021

9:00 AM
East Haven Funeral Home
716 College Avenue
South Houston, TX 77587

Kadish Service
Monday
August 9, 2021

10:00 AM
East Haven Funeral Home Chapel
716 College Ave.
South Houston, Texas 77587

Leaving in Procession to Cemetery
Monday
August 9, 2021

11:30 AM
East Haven Funeral Home
716 College Avenue
South Houston, TX 77587

Burial Service
Monday
August 9, 2021

1:00 PM
Magnolia Cemetery
Magnolia Cemetery
Dayton, TX 77535

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