Condolence & Memory Journal

Aunt Eleanor, I will always remember you buying and letting me eat all the Sugar Cereal for breakfast when we came and visited you in San Antonio, I will always remember hearing you laugh at the jokes Jeff would tell us. I will always remember the love you had for all of us. Until we meet again you will be in my thoughts and memories forever. I love you! Your nephew Jimmy Bednarczyk

Posted by James Bednarczyk - Dallas, TX - Family   June 20, 2019

My condolence goes to the Ybarbo brothers and Carreon family. She was a great person. I appreciate the help she gave me when I really needed it. I am so sorry I could not make any of the services for her.

From your cousin Elvia

Posted by Elvia - san antonio, TX   June 19, 2019

Candle

I love you 'til the end of time, grandma.

Posted by Cherie Ybarbo - Houston, TX - Grandchild   June 12, 2019

Thank You Aunt Eleonor for Soooo Many Wonderful Memories!!

Posted by Jennifer Robles - San Antonio, TX   June 11, 2019

My memory of Eleanor will always be of a pretty woman, full of love and laughter, in her prime of life. When young, I was mesmerized by her red velvet bedspread and drapes, in her room of the same color, risqué, oh yes. I always looked forward to bridal and baby showers, because Eleanor prepared this delicious loaf, of pimento cheese and chicken salad, shaped like a cake, with cream cheese dressing. Eleanor, Teresa's older sister, taught her to dance, then introduced my mom to my dad, where the four of them danced the rest of their married lives. I'm sure Eleanor and David are dancing today. Many will remember Eleanor as a devoted wife, dedicated mother, dutiful daughter, and delightful person; she will be sorely missed, by family and friends. I feel, Eleanor would like to be remembered, as she was in her prime, before her decline in health, so think of the good times, the happy memories, and know that she is now healthy, happy, and looking down on you; make her proud. Cindie

Posted by A friend   June 09, 2019

Jeff, I am so, so sorry for your loss. I know how much your mother meant to you and how much she loved you. You are a very loving person and I know your momma knows this.

Take good care of yourself, dear friend.

Your friend,

Stacy Robinson

Posted by Stacy Robinson - San Antonio, TX   June 09, 2019