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Manuela Flores

December 22, 1935 February 6, 2019
Manuela Flores
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Obituary for Manuela Flores

Manuela Flores Avelar, 83, passed away on February 6, 2019 in Chicago, IL.

Her wake ceremony will be held from 3:00 pm till 9:00 pm on Sunday, February 10th, 2019 at Szykowny Funeral Home. Her religious service will be held at Holy Cross Catholic Church at 10:00 am on Monday, February 11th, 2019. Burial will follow at Resurrection Cemetery.

Manuela Flores Avelar was born in Zacatecas, Mexico to Agustin Avelar and Guadalupe Saldivar on December 22, 1935. She married Jose Guadalupe Flores with whom she was happily married for 54 years and had ten loving children. The family immigrated to Chicago in the year 1980.

Her hobbies included gardening, sewing, cooking and reading religious books. She devoted much of her time and energy as a caregiver to her family. She was a member of the Guadalupanas Group in which she helped fundraise for the day of Guadalupe.

Left to honor Manuela Flores Avelar and remember her love are her children Teresa, Jesus (Luz Maria), Guadalupe (Ana), Jose Luis (Marilu), Martin (Sandra), Juan, Marta (Martin), Fabiola (Miguel), Rosa, and Maribel. Her grandchildren are Anthony, Carlos, Alejandra, Fernando, Daniel, Lizette (Edgar), Roberto (Valeria), Ambar, Celeste, Monica, Angel, Luis, Veronica, Sebastian, Nicole, Cesar, Valerie, Brianna, Fabian, Bianca, Xavier, Jasmine and Juliet. Her great-grandchildren are Viviana, Dahlia, and Ivan. Manuela had eight siblings and her brother Jose Avelar is the only surviving brother.

The family of Manuela Flores Avelar wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Gloria Lara, Yolanda Muñoz, and Gabriela Perez for their dedication in helping care for our mother.

Spanish:
Manuela Flores Avelar, 83, falleció el 6 de febrero de 2019 en Chicago, IL.

La ceremonia de vigilia se llevará a cabo de las 3:00 pm a las 9:00 pm el domingo 10 de febrero de 2019 en Szykowny Funeral Home. Su servicio religioso se llevará a cabo en la iglesia de la Santa Cruz a las 10:00 am del lunes 11 de febrero de 2019. El entierro seguirá en el cementerio Resurrection.

Manuela Flores Avelar nació en Zacatecas, México el 22 de diciembre de 1935 hija de Agustin Avelar y Guadalupe Saldivar. Se casó con José Guadalupe Flores, con quien estuvo felizmente casada por 54 años y tuvo diez hijos. La familia emigró a Chicago en el año 1980.

Sus pasatiempos incluían la jardinería, la costura, la cocina y la lectura de libros religiosos. Ella dedicó gran parte de su tiempo y energía como cuidadora de su familia. Fue miembra del Grupo Guadalupanas con quien ayudó a recaudar fondos por muchos años para el día de la Virgen de Guadalupe.

Para honrar a Manuela Flores Avelar y recordar su amor, sobreviven sus hijosTeresa, Jesus (Luz Maria), Guadalupe (Ana), Jose Luis (Marilu), Martin (Sandra), Juan, Marta (Martin), Fabiola (Miguel), Rosa y Maribel. Sus nietos son Anthony, Carlos, Alejandra, Fernando, Daniel, Lizette (Edgar), Roberto (Valeria), Ambar, Celeste, Monica, Angel, Luis, Veronica, Sebastian, Nicole, Cesar, Valerie, Brianna, Fabian, Bianca, Xavier, Jasmine y Juliet. Sus bisnietos son Viviana, Dahlia y Ivan.Tuvo cinco hermanos y tres hermanas, su hermano José Avelar es el único sobreviviente.

La familia de Manuela Flores Avelar desea expresar nuestro sincero agradecimiento a Gloria Lara, Yolanda Muñoz y Gabriela Pérez por su dedicación ayudando a cuidar a nuestra querida madre.


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Resurrection Cemetery Final Resting Place

7100 S Archer Rd
Justice, IL 60453

7100 S Archer Rd Justice 60453 IL
United States
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