Garcia, Rebecca D.

January 3, 1959 - July 28, 2017

Rebecca “Becky” Diaz Garcia, age 58, died peacefully at Dallas Texas on Friday, July 28, 2017.
Born in San Antonio Texas, January 3, 1959, she lived in Dallas Texas and worked for Dallas County, first in the Sheriff’s Dept then later as a Probation Officer for over 30 years.
Rebecca is a 1977 graduate of Highlands High School in San Antonio and a 1994 graduate of Texas Women’s University.
She volunteered for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, Tree of Angels, and was an active participant with the Dallas County Democratic Party. She was an accomplished Calligrapher, Paper Artist, and Cake Decorator. She donated her talent and time to helping others.
She is survived by her husband Gary V Garcia of Dallas, her brothers Ruben Diaz of El Cerrito California, Edmundo Franco of San Antonio Texas, sisters Helen Herrera of La Feria Texas, Sandra F. Tamez, husband Efrain Tamez of San Antonio Texas, and many nieces and nephews. Rebecca was preceded in death by her Father Ricardo Diaz, Mother Ruth R. Diaz, Sister Lidia F. Godoy, and her twin brother Richard Diaz Jr.
You may choose to honor her by making a donation to the SPCA of Dallas. Becky loved animals and had a soft spot for those creatures that were abandoned and neglected. Lastly, please keep Gary in your prayers.
Services will be held at St Thomas Aquinas Church, 6306 Kenwood Ave. Dallas Texas, (4 blocks south of Mockingbird on Abrams Rd) 10:30 am Thursday August 17, 2017. There will be an informal reception immediately afterwards to celebrate her life in St. Anne’s Hall, which is adjacent to the church.

6 replies on “Garcia, Rebecca D.”

Ruben Diaz says:

My heart is heavy, we have truly lost a beautiful person in my sister. She devoted her life helping others, guiding them to their best path in life. I love her dearly, I will miss so very much. Our new angle will continue helping others through the heavens.

Robert Napper says:

My heart and prayers go out Becky and family. She and they have always been wonderful to me. I will miss her.

Nancy Toledo says:

You will be missed my dear friend.


Sadness will be with us when we lose someone who who love…Tears are natural it’s their departure we are thinking of.. That long, unknown journey started by someone that we love so dear is hard for us to accept since we want Rebeca to be here……….Many have pondered as to what’s the meaning of life, Is it being a good son, a good daughter, a good husband, a good wife? Who knows? Life is God’s creation we must never doubt, That He loves us dearly and Joy is what it’s all about…..God’s Word is very clear, so let us all rejoice, Let’s be glad that Rebeca can now here our Master’s voice, Take a deep breath a sigh of realization, The one we love and miss so much is now a heavenly creation. We’ll say good-bye, share the gladness, Rebeca Garcia will never again experience sadness…Gary and family and us will say adios, sorrow is deep and in our heart we know that’s where it goes.

Brandon Riddlesperger says:

My heart is so heavy with your loss. I am so happy and grateful to have know you for the last 20 years. You will be missed everyday. I know you are in good hands and out of pain. With all my love you will be a soul that will be missed. God be with you.

Marissa Perez-vergara says:

I will miss my aunt Becky dearly. Love you always your niece Marissa

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