Concepcion “Conchita” Garcia
05/10/1945 - 04/03/2019
In Loving Memory of
Concepcion “Conchita” Garcia
Concepcion Garcia 73, Kansas City, KS, passed away on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at Kindred Hospital, El Paso, TX. Visitation will be on Friday, April 12, 2019 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. with a rosary at Larkin and Garcia Funeral Care, 1844 Minnesota Ave. Kansas City, KS. 66102. Funeral Mass will be at 1pm Saturday, April 13, 2019 at St. Paul Catholic Church, 21650 W. 115th Terrace Olathe, KS. 66061. Reception follows at De Soto City Hall. 32905 W. 84th St. De Soto, Ks. 66018. From 2pm-5pm. On behalf of Conchita Family suggests flowers for the Mass.
Concepcion Garcia was born on May 10, 1945 in Silao Guanajuato, Mexico the daughter of Rosendo Garcia Ramirez and Paula Palacios Hernandez.
She is servivied by five children, Martin (Maria E. Juarez), Veronica (Luis Palos), Agustin Juarez Jr. (Blanca Luna), Diana (Manuel Mata), Cesar Juarez (Olga Valencia);
seven granddaughters Brenda (Oscar Hernandez), Diana (Sam Guitierrez), Veronica Juarez (Gabriel O. Guitierrez), Kathryn E. Palos, Adriana Juarez, Guadalupe (Eddie Guerrero), Diana E. Torres, Itzel and Diana V. Juarez; four grandsons, Martin Jr. Juarez, Juan C. Palos, Benito Juarez (Teresa Marron), Jesus (Teresa Torres), Tony and Alex Juare; six great- grandchildren, Oscar Hernandez, Santiago E. Hernandez, Mia E. Guitierrez, Benito Jr. Juarez, Eva B. Guitierrez and Camila Guitierrez; four brother, Jose G. Garcia Palacios (Caritina Rojas), Salvador Garcia Palacios (Lucila Luna), Jorge L. Garcia Palacios (Elvira Mosqueda), Ricardo Garcia Palacios;
three sisters, Soledad Garcia Palacios, Rosalba Garcia Palacios, Mireya Garcia Palacios.
Conchita will be remembered as a kind and caring person. If anyone asked her for any kind of help there she was, she didn’t hesitate to do whatever she was asked for. Her smile was unique and very contagious. One of her hobbies was to travel and she was an expert at it. She enjoyed so much going back and forth to México. Even though she didn’t get to travel overseas. Also, one of her amazing talents were her FAMOUS TAMALES. She was happy visiting all her family in her hometown there mostly everyone knew her, she was a loved and popular woman and treated with respect. Her other hobby was gardening it was her passion to see flowers bloomed. She also enjoyed at its fullness “SHOPPING”, she always said “money was meant to be spent”, and will not take it with me, when my time comes. Conchita loved every little thing in life, she was full of joy even if she was going through tough times, always giving a hand to every person who needed it. Let's remember Conchita as a warrior because for the past 2 months she fought for her life. A warrior has gone to Heaven. Will be miss by all her family and friends.
Rest in Peace