Reyes Arrellano, Elsa

March 12, 1970 - December 9, 2015

Elsa Reyes Arrellano went to be with the lord on December 09, 2015.

She survived by 4 sisters: Maria, Melissa, Marina, and Liza, and by 5 brothers: Jesse, Rocky, Mario, Gordies, and Rene. Her husband Donald, 3 children Nicole, Ray, and Fabian, and her precious  grandchildren. Too Many nieces, nephews, and friends to count. She was loved by all.

She was a mother, wife, sister, grandma, and friend. The most important thing to her was family. She is missed dearly. Gone but not forgotten.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

6 replies on “Reyes Arrellano, Elsa”

Maureen Trevino says:

Elsa was my Aunt that I loved dearly. She was a very giving person. She always had a smile on her face and loved to joke around. I love her so much and will miss her dearly. I still cannot be leave she is gone. May she rest in peace.

Veronica Quintanilla says:

Can’t believe she is gone. But I know she will be in our hearts forever. Love you Tia Eti. I’ll miss that beautiful smile and that great potato salad. R.I.P.

Malissa Mena aka Machie says:

My Deepest Condolences to The Reyes Family I grew up knowing Elsa,May Lord give her family strength during this time.

Veronica Quintanilla says:

I still can’t believe you’re gone. But I know you’re in a much better place now. We will definitely miss your smile and your laughter. I love you Tia Eti. You will live in our hearts forever. R.I.P. Elsa Reyes … Prayers for my family.


to the best sisterinlaw iwill do my best to help Donald Nicole-ray-and Fabian and I cant belive this hashappend my deap condolences and to all family members from bother in law

Mia Kloepfer says:

Elsa Reyes, aka Tia Eti, was the most loving and generous person I have known. Her spunky nature and bright attitude could bring a smile on anyone’s face. She was a true friend of my mother and someone who was always supportive when needed. She was strong and brilliant as she always stood tall, confident about who she was. Her strength and positive attitude, even in adversity, is something I strive so much to obtain.
In so many ways she was a caring and wonderful person to me. Even when she had very little for herself, she always gave a lot. I remember one birthday she surprised me with a gift. I was not expecting anything, yet she wanted to make me feel special on my birthday. I remember opening it to find something girly and not something I would ever use, but the thought that she wanted to spend her paycheck on a gift for me was something so unselfish and heartfelt. This open and charitable heart of hers was a treasure to rarely ever be seen in other people. A couple years later she even taught me how to dance on my birthday. Ironically, I don’t remember any of it, but I loved that she made the effort to push me out of my boundaries and enjoy myself in new ways. I also remember giving my first acrylic painting to her. It was of the sun and the moon and I was very skeptical about it, but she told me she loved it and hung it up in her apartment. Even now it is still hanging there. My Tia is someone I will always long to see again and I am sure anyone else who has known her feels the same. May she always be remembered as the amazing person she was.

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