Alondra Ines Garcia

Our beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece and friend, Alondra Ines Garcia, went to be with our Heavenly Father unexpectedly on Monday, November 2, in Copperas Cove.

Alondra came into the world on February 27, 1996, to her parents, Carmela Guardiola Garcia and Arnulfo Garcia in College Station, Texas.

Alondra was raised in Temple and graduated from Temple High School in 2014, where she was involved in Temple concert and marching band, and TISD After-School Program. She attended Temple College for two years. Alondra was also a member of Christ The King Catholic Church in Belton and the youth program. She was the 2011 Festival Queen for Christ The King.

Alondra worked at Spare-Time, Ralph Wilson Youth Club, Megg’s Café, Ariza Apartments as a leasing agent, Backyard Barbecue and Clear Creek Meadows as their assistant manager in Copperas Cove, where she had just recently moved.

Alondra had an unforgettable spirit and a smile to match. Anytime she was present, she would light up the room. She was a beautiful soul inside and out.

Alondra loved to take care of all her loved ones, including her nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Anytime anybody went out of town, or was away for the weekend, she’d be the first to step up to take care of their pets. You would always find Alondra with her Mom and Sister. If she wasn’t out shopping or eating, Alondra would be babysitting her teacher’s children or upgrading her cooking skills or doing skits with her mom and sister.

Alondra is survived by her beloved parents, Carmela and Arnulfo Garcia; her beloved sister Bianca from Temple; her brothers, Eric Garcia and wife Evangelee of Midland, Texas and Ronnie Garcia and wife Melissa of Mesa, Arizona; and her grandmother, Pura R. Guardiola of Temple. She is also survived by her beloved pet Faye, who was with her until the end. Alondra considered Faye as her daughter and best friend. Everywhere Alondra went, Faye was by her side.

She is also survived by her aunts and uncles: Frank and Theresa Guardiola, Epifanio and Puri Ortiz, Roy and Elsa Castillo, Francisco and Alma Davila, Johnny and Delia Guardiola, Ricky and Teresa Guardiola, George and Sue Guardiola, Francisco and Maria Elena Guardiola, Bernardo and Rosa Baeza, Oscar and Amalia Torres, and Joe, Phillip, Raul and Cesar Guardiola

Her cousins: Russ and Heather McClain (Elin and Avery), Frankie Guardiola, Adam and Vanessa Guardiola (Angelica, John Adam Jr., Lillian), Carlos and Tracey Guardiola (Oliver and Reagan), Fabio Guardiola, Randy and Leticia Fuentes, Raul Jr., Elida & Angelica Guardiola, Mikayla, Ricky Jr. Guardiola, Jorge Jr. Yesenia, Ourania Guardiola, Austin and Chelsea Youngblood, Rio and Dallas Pina (Santiago), Phillip, Dakota Guardiola, Claudia and Michael Tucci (Isabella, Nicholas, Vincent, Dora, Delilah and Melissa), Jay and Erica Ybarra (Amalia), Roy Anthony (Marcus Castillo), Cassandra (Savannah), Sammuel Castillo, Carlos and Laura Reyna (Kylie, Maddison), Michael and Mandi Trevino, Jeremy Torres, Nathan Garcia, Danielle Garcia, and Ashely Torres, Ramiro and Cecilia Gonzalez (Ramiro Jr, Natalia, Carolina), Gabriela Guardiola (Ruben, Ivana, Fernanda).

Her nieces and nephews: Calvin Sanchez, Aubrianna Garcia, Amri Garcia, Eric Jr. Garcia, Jayleen Ascencio and Kiyra Garcia. Her godparents, James and Valerie Garza; and god-siblings, Amanda, Jeremy and Alyssa Garza

Alondra was preceded by her grandfather, Francisco Guardiola, of Temple and grandparents Alberto and Benita Garcia

Services for Alondra were as follows: the visitation was on Monday, November 9, from 5-7 p.m. The recitation of the Holy Rosary was at 7 p.m. at Christ The King Catholic Church with Deacon Ronnie Lastovica and Deacon Oscar Valeriano.

Pallbearers were Ronnie Garcia, Eric Garcia, Michael Tomas Trevino, Roy Anthony Castillo, Jorge Andres Ybarra, Phillip Anthony Guardiola. Honorary pallbearers: Russ McClain, Carlos Guardiola, Francisco Tomas Guardiola, Sammuel Louis Castillo, Raul Guardiola Jr., Ricardo Guardiola Jr. Funeral Mass was held on Tuesday, November 10, at noon at Christ The King Catholic Church with Rev. Quan Sang and Deacon Oscar Valeriano.

The family will have a private burial at a later date.

The Garcia family would like to thank the staff of Clear Creek Meadows Apartments and all their family and friends for the outpouring of love, messages, food and donations in this time of need.


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