In Memory of

Elizabeth

Ann

Aguilar

Obituary for Elizabeth Ann Aguilar

Elizabeth Ann Aguilar, "Libby", 55 yrs. of La Porte, passed away at S.E. Memorial hospital Tuesday,
November 17,2020. She was born in Pasadena, TX. to Paul Avilez and Patsy Mann on November 13,1965.
She was a member of the Christian community and was a faithful woman of God who touched the hearts of everyone she met. She was an example of Jesus to her cherished friends and family. It was her passion to help people who were struggling and be able to bless others and become a blessing to others and to lead by example. She lived an interesting life and left a lasting legacy. She was a beautiful bright light full of life, laughter, love, lots of big smiles, and positive energy. All who loved her dearly describe her as FUN, precious, sweet, hard-working, caring, loving, giving, angel, funny and life of the party.

Everyone will miss her signature burritos, tamales, and her wonderfully delicious and creative cakes. She had an acute awareness of the importance of a life lived with the ones you love over any material possession. She was a fierce "Mamma Bear". She would always tell you the truth even if it wasn't what you wanted to hear.

She was fond of saying the phrase "Don't make me take off my Christian Hat!" Thankfully she kept her "Christian hat" on most of the time. She was a highly honored mother to her kids: Sara and
husband John, Rosemary and husband Isreal, Chris and wife Brenda. She adored and loved her grandchildren: Chris, Victoria, Valerie, Mary Angel, Isabella, Isreal Jr, Samara, Cassandra. She was
encouraging to sisters: Annette and Tiffany.  She showered all her love and attention to her "Beautiful Puppies": Max "Puddas", Beast "Fat Head", and Bella "Bellarina Yvonne".

Libby will now lay to rest in eternity in the presence of God. She will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts.