Epifania Garcia

Epifania Garcia

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Epifania Rosalez Garcia passed away on the evening of October 18, 2020 at the age of 90. Epifania’s life’s work was her devotion to her family. Born to Silberio and Andrea Rosalez on January 12, 1930 in Odem, Texas, Epifania was the eldest of seven. She married Enrique G. Garcia on December 7, 1948. They had four children, John E. Garcia, Mary Jane Garcia, Guadalupe Aggers and David Garcia Sr. Epifania loved to cook, sew, work in the garden, give life to colorful beds of flowers and care for her husband and her children. She extended open arms to family and friends and there was always a place setting at the table and a hot cup of coffee for anyone who stopped by. She always made sure no one left her home without food in their belly and a blessing. In her early years, Epifania and Enrique enjoyed traveling to visit family and friends, trips to the beach, dancing, playing bingo and entertaining at their home in Corpus Christi, Texas. Upon Enrique’s retirement, they relocated to Sheridan, Wyoming so that Epifania could be closer to her family. Upon her husbands passing in 1985, Epifania had a whole new world of challenges she faced. Never having been formerly educated, never having driven and only speaking Spanish, she found the determination and strength to carry forward and learn what she needed to in order to navigate a more modern world. She learned English through conversations with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Epifania continued to take pride in her home and herself. She would never leave the house without being nicely dressed in coordinating accessories and jewelry. Among all the advice she offered, she often emphasized- “never let yourself go!” She believed if you took the time to look your best, you undoubtedly, would feel your best. Epifania was also relentless in her faith. She prayed for everyone, every day, without fail. Her family and friends knew that if there was a need for a prayer or a miracle that Epifania would light a candle and be vigilant in asking, through prayer, that the adversity or illness be overcome. Epifania enjoyed watching her novelas and chatting about them with her sisters and children. Epifania is survived by her two sisters, Mary Chavez and Damonte Pierson, three children, eight grandchildren, fifteen great grandchildren, nine great-great grandchildren, loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Epifania leaves behind a legacy of love, wisdom and well tested recipes for her family. She will be dearly missed by all. Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.

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