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Beatrice H. Garza

Ms. Beatrice H. Garza, 80 of Surprise, Arizona, died May 11, 2020, after a long-term battle with illness. She was born August 25, 1939, to Pete and Emma Garza in Greeley, Colorado.

Beatrice attended Compton College and made her decision to become a nurse. She spent over 30 years working as a Licensed Vocational Nurse.

Those who were close to Beatrice, knew that she preferred to go by Bea. Bea’s life revolved around her family, but not just her immediate family. She loved all of her family, from her babies to her extended family. She always had such a strong sense of love and commitment to her family that if she felt that she was needed by a family member, she would move to whichever state they were in to be there for them. When Bea lived in New Mexico, she found that she especially loved it there because she always felt at home.

Bea always enjoyed a long drive that allowed her to enjoy the sights that the surrounding landscape had to offer. She especially loved to see the country scenery.

Bea loved music and would enjoy listening to songs from some of her favorite musicians like Eydie Gorme and Los Panchos, Lucho Gatica and Los Tres Ases. In her free time, she enjoyed reading a book or solving a Sudoku puzzle. One of her favorite quotes was, “if only love were love.”

Bea was a beautiful soul, with determination, who was very giving and was never selfish with her love. She would always proudly say, “I did it my way,” when talking of the accomplishments and successes in her life.

She is survived by her daughters Andrea Pisano and Stephanie Pisano, her son Eugene Pisano, her brother Robert (Pungie) Garza, her 8 grandchildren Eugene Jr., Yvette, Annie, JohnO, Phillip, Mathew, Crystal and Andrew, her 18 great-grandchildren Phillip Jr., Jasmine, Izabell, Anthony Jr., Shevelle, Andrea (Shrimpy), Jullian, Caleb, Emily, Samuel, Hannah, Charlotte, Matthew, Jeremy, Madison, Mason, and Mallory and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

6 Comments on “Beatrice H. Garza

  1. Always on my mind, forever in my heart ❤
    I love you and will forever miss you😪

  2. Auntie I love you so much. You had always been one who I admired. I wanted to be you as I was growing up. I am so sorry I didn’t get to see you as often as I thought of you through the years after you left NC, but trust me Auntie, YOU have always been in my heart, and will continue to be. Now you are with Grandma and Grandpa your brother’s and my mom. Now your soul is at peace and you no longer have to suffer with any kind of pain you suffered with in this ugly world. Now my AUNTIE you can watch over ALL of us at one time. And don’t you worry about us we are all going to be ok. We may be sad and cry for you, but I promise after our cries we will smile and feel you in our hearts and smile and even laugh. Me Auntie well as you told me when I was 18 yrs old. And when one of us is gone,
    And one of us is left to carry on,
    Then remembering will have to do,
    Our memories alone will get us through
    Think about the days of me and you,
    Of you and me against the world. I love you so very much YOU WAS AND FOREVER WILL BE MY HERO. Thank you for EVERYTHING you did for me.

  3. Auntie,
    You will be missed so much. I am thankful for the time we spent during the last 2-3 years. I love you! 💕

  4. Gramma Bea,

    I have so many memories with you! Working with you when I was a little girl at the convalescent hospital, taught me so much! Learned to deal with death at a early age. I remember how you used to wear the green lipstick but it would go on red. I was always surprised on how it did that. You always gave me such love as a kid and growing up as adult. Your hugs, kisses on my checks or how you would pat my hands. Gramma you lived a great life, you were such a gypsy! You helped everyone in our family always moving somewhere to be there for your loved ones. I’m forever grateful for you!!! I will forever be able to say I had a gramma that LOVED me and was there for ME!

    You were amazing grandma to Shrimpy, I’m truly sorry she didn’t get to say bye, know she loves you very much! I will have to teach her how to dance to our song, Long tall glasses!!! “I can Dance” 🐝💜 we love you gramma bea!!!!

  5. I didn’t know you that well but I will still miss you ❤️

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