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Eva T. (Torresbaca) Mundy

June 8, 1942 ~ July 3, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old


Su Historia,

Mujer trabajadora, madre amorosa, cuidó a su familia con amor, nunca se cansó de ayudar a su familia, cuidó a su padre hasta el final.

Estudió el idioma inglés al mismo tiempo que trabajaba arduamente para sacar adelante a su familia, dándoles educación a sus hermanos y a sus amados hijos; estando al pendiente de todos pero siempre feliz de dar su mayor esfuerzo y amor.

Trabajó en diferentes empleos para sostener su hogar y aprendió a defenderse ante cualquier situación.
Estudió el arte de la costura.
Creó su propia empresa de servicios de costura y le prestó sus servicios a un gran número de clientes quienes la respetaron y quisieron por su hermosa forma de ser y desenvolverse.

Le gustó el deporte, el baile y todo tipo de arte. Ayudó mucho a sus amistades. Nunca le faltó al respeto a nadie. Todos la amamos por su gran corazón y su interminable alegría.

Fue desde su corazón, una mexicana trabajadora y desde siempre, agradecida con Dios por haberla puesto en éste hermoso país, el cual amó y respetó.

Ahora, ella se encuentra con Dios. Y nuestros corazones, con ella.

Te amaremos por siempre.

Eva T Mundy was born in Parral, Chihuahua Mexico on June 8, 1942 and passed away peacefully in her sleep on July 3, 2023 in Burleson Texas.

Eva grew up in Parral surrounded by family who loved and adored her. She lost her mother at an early age and willingly took on the maternal responsibility to help raise her younger siblings. She worked hard to ensure that everyone received a quality education and could advance in life.

She married Frank L Brown and had two children, Nancy Brown and Frank Brown II. The family moved to Joshua in the 80's and she quickly established herself as a hard working and fiercely loyal personality. She had various positions but quickly discovered a need for local restaurants and began manufacturing restaurant uniforms. Eva's Uniforms quickly became a successful company and allowed her to express her love of sewing while adding value to the community.

A few years after losing her first husband she met and married the love of her life, Ray Mundy. They were able to successfully blend families because of her unyielding love and acceptance for everyone.

In addition to sewing, she enjoyed all forms of art and dance. She was a loyal friend who could always be counted on and would help anyone who asked. She was a magnificent butterfly who loved life and people and shared her gusto with everyone she met.

We will be eternally grateful to have known and loved her. Our world will be forever darker without her shining light.

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July 7, 2023

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