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Reyna Reyna A f uneral mass for Juana Jimenez Reyna, 76, of Sharp was held Tuesday, March 22, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Rockdale with Father Anselm A nukam of f iciating. Interment was in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

Mrs. Reyna died Friday, March 18, at her home in Sharp.

She was born Sept. 29, 1934, in Odem to Jesus Jimenez and Faustina (Vasquez) Jimenez.

She married Pedro S. Reyna on Jan. 1, 1975, in Lamesa.

Mrs. Reyna worked in the janitorial service for Alcoa’s Rockdale Operations for 10 years.

She was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

Mrs. Reyna was preceded in death by a son, Seferino Torres, and a grandson, Julio Cesar Moreno.

Survivors are her husband, Pedro Reyna of Sharp; four sons, Francisco Torres and wife Consuelo of Rockdale, Joe Torres and partner Cory Morrison of Rich- ardson, Alejandro Reyna and wife Laura of San Angelo, Mike Reyna and wife Mari of Del Rio; four daughters, Refugia Torrez and husband Robert of Rockdale, Victoria Rogers and husband David of Del Valle, Maria Torrez of Austin, Veronica Carrillo and husband Mauro of San Angelo; and 33 grandchildren, Michelle Rodriguez, Cy nthia Mendez, John Mendez, Fernando Mendez, Parricia Olszewski, Ryan Christopher Rogers, Joseph Rogers, Monica Gebard, Carlos Alberto Torres, Thomas Torres, Jesus Valdez, Victoria Valdez, Jennifer Valdez, Francisco Valdez, Johnny Valdez, Roxanne Valdez, Maria Valdez, Mauro Carrillo, Pedro Carillo, Anna Rivera, Eliza Orozco, Brandy Correa, Gilbert Carrillo, Anthony Carrillo, Christie Reyna, Bianca Reyna, Myra Reyna, Michael Reyna, Victor Reyna, April Reyna, Jennifer Reyna, Joe Michael Reyna, and Brianna Chavarria; also, numerous great-grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to Spina Bifada Association of North Texas, 705 W. Ave. B, Suite 409, Garland, TX 75040.


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