• Dora Villarreal Funeral Talk

    Jun 11, 2022, 2:00 PM US/Central

Memorial Created By
Leah Garza

Dora Soto Villarreal

September 08, 1948 - April 28, 2022

In Memory of Dora Soto Villarreal. Please sign our virtual guest book and share any words of comfort, stories, or pictures of our dear Dora. Collecting these lasting memories will offer great comfort to Dora's loved ones. Thank you!

Dora Soto Villarreal (Age 73) passed away on April 28th 2022 after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by loved ones who will strive to honor her memory by living their lives to the fullest.   Dora was born in Laredo on September 8th 1948 to parents Victor Soto and Gloria Chavez Soto. She will be dearly missed by all those who knew her. Aside from volunteering and witnessing for the church, she enjoyed crafts, cake decorating...  see more
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  • Laurence & Nonie Rogers
    Dora was a lovely person who loved her God Jehovah deeply. We will Always remember her kindness, and her dignity even through very hard times with her health. What a joy it will be to welcome this strong, loving woman back in the New World. She is in...  more
  • Leah Garza
    Dora was such a sweet sister and always had a positive attitude. She is a fine example to us all to keep enduring and not letting go of our spiritual routine despite the challenges we face. We will see you very soon, Dora! For now, you are resting in...  more
  • Grant Aillet
    I got to know Dora well enough to know she is very kind, patient, and loving. I was able to work with her in the ministry a few times and I always enjoyed it. She genuinely cared for the people she witnessed to and it showed. Every now then I could...  more
  • Ronald Whitten
    Dora is such a wonderful person. She is always soft and gentle. Her smile and little chuckle are refreshing. She brings encouragement to her spiritual family by being on Zoom for the meetings and the ministry even when she doesn't feel well. Her love for...  more
  • T J
    T J:
    We love Dora and will keep her in our memories and hearts.
    We will not forget her warm, gentle smile and her loyal love she showed for Jehovah and us in the congregation.
    For all her family and friends - we keep you in our prayers to keep being...  more
  • Shirley Atkins
    I didn’t get to know Dora well, being fairly new to the congregation and then the pandemic, but what I did know is that she was a very kind and loving sister who is taking a little nap until we see her again very shortly. She is greatly missed....  more