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Maria "Mari" Munar

07/11/1945 - 08/20/2021

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Maria “Mari” Munar

Maria de Jesus Gutierrez Munar, who loved to be called “Bird” by her kids, Barbara Jean Munar and Joseph Anthony Munar (deceased). She raised her children with love and devotion in El Paso, TX with her husband Benjamin D Munar.

She departed her loving family on August 20, 2021 to be reunited with her son, mother and father and the many family members and friends who anxiously awaited her return home.

Maria was born in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas on July 11, 1945 to Maria Luisa Ramos and Eloy Gutierrez.

As a faithful Catholic, Maria was known for her being a Pioneer of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. She was involved in many ministries. Her hobbies included cooking, entertaining family and friends, traveling, and visiting the sick. She was most proud of being a volunteer at Pebble Creek Nursing home where she became a resident for the last of her 2 years of her life and a receiving the Juan Diego Award in 1994 one of many recognitions for her services and dedicated to the faith.

She is survived by her daughter, husband and many Nieces/Nephews.
Maria is survived by her sister Guadalupe Almanza, brothers Raul Gutierrez and Cristobal Gutierrez.

Please join us to celebrate the life of Maria Munar, an extraordinary woman who was generous, giving, humble, and above all loved God with all her heart, mind, and soul. She had an impact on those who knew her. Her laugh was contagious and her heart was enormously full of love. She would stay without so others would have. She was my mother, by best friend, my comfort and my foundation. No words can express my gratitude to God for sending me such a beautiful angel to care, love, guide and teach me. Thank you God for allowing us to be together. I love you mom…until we meet again.

Visitation will be Sunday, August 30, 2021 from 3 pm to 7 pm with recitation of the rosary at 6 pm Chapel “A” at San Jose Funeral Home-East, 10950 Pellicano Dr. 79935.
Funeral mass will be Monday, August 31, 2021 at 10 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on 10970 Bywood.
Cremation: Cemetery at a later day

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