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412 North 7th Street
GARDEN CITY, KS 67846
Phone: (620) 276-3219
Fax: (620) 276-2115
Antonia Maldonado

Antonia A Maldonado

Saturday, June 13th, 1925 - Tuesday, May 7th, 2019
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Name: Antonia A. Maldonado
Antonia A. Maldonado, 93, died Tuesday May 7, 2019 at Garden Valley Retirement Village in Garden City, Kansas. She was born June 13, 1925,the daughter of Jose and Justa Aguilar in Warda, Texas.

She was born, raised, married and raised own her family in Texas before moving to Garden City in 1966. She married Anastacio Torres in Glen Flora, Texas on October 4, 1943. He preceded her in death in 1977. She had worked as a CNA in the Home Health Industry and St. Catherine Hospital. She enjoyed cooking, knitting, sewing, and gardening. She was a member of The Church of God of the Firstborn.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her son-Felipe Torres and siblings- Domingo Aguilar, Julia Jimenez, George Janas, Jose Angel Janas & Thomas Janas.

She is survived by her children- Joe Torres of Garden City, Kansas & Leonor Salas of Wichita, Kansas, 15 grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren, & siblings-Mary Jimenez and Margarita Landa.

The Vigil Service will be held at 6:30 PM on Thursday May 9, 2019 & The Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 pm Friday May 10, 2019 both at The Church of God of the Firstborn, 2909 West Mary St., Garden City, Kansas with Pastor John Janas Officiating. Visitation will also be held at the Church of God of the Firstborn starting Thursday May 9, 2019 from 2:00 pm to Vigil Service time & Friday May 10, 2019 from 10:30 am until Funeral Service time. Burial will follow at Valley View Cemetery.

Family suggests Memorials to the Antonia Maldonado Memorial Fund in Care of Garnand Funeral Home. Condolences may be posted to www.garnandfuneralhomes.com
Arrangements by: Garnand Funeral Home, 412 N. 7th St., Garden City, Kansas 67846
620-276-3219
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Glenda

Posted at 12:14pm
Lamento mucho su perdida. Pero algo que me consuela es lo que dice Revelación 21:4 : "Y, limpiará toda lágrimas de sus ojos, y la muerte no será más..." Espero que Dios les de mucha fuerza para sobrellevar estos momentos difíciles.
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Adam salas

Posted at 04:13pm
For my Grandma.

The past week I laid my Grandma "mom" as I called her to rest . My brothers and some of my cousins also called her mom because that's what she was to us.

I believe in God, and I know God loves all of us just the same, but some people are better than others, they just are.

They aren't born better than others, they don't know they're better than others and that fact wouldn't ever cross their mind.

They aren't born into a better situation nor are they born with greater talents.

My Mom is an example of this.

What makes some people better than others? In my mom's case, it was her response to hardship.

And she had more hardship than I ever will, and likely more pain and sorrow than any of us will ever face, hopefully.

Yet, she felt the pain and incredibly carried that symbolic cross with a smile on her face.

What really matters in life? It isn't what life throws at you, but how you respond to it. 

And that is nothing more than a choice.

She was a great woman because she didn't shrink in the face of adversity, but rather met it head on with a smile on her face, and even more importantly, made others around her smile and laugh while she was dealing with it.

She was a protector, both physically, but also emotionally and spiritually.

She was a warrior, meeting struggle as if it were a challenge, and not a curse that too many see it as.

She worked tirelessly to bring those she loved closer to God because why are we here if not to do something of value with our time? 

Remarkably, I learned more about what it means to be a man by following my moms lead than I can from anyone else. Any good that is in me she is responsible for planting in me.

I will miss her. Everyone who ever came across her will. If you ever had the pleasure of meeting her, you'd never have an idea that she'd had anything but an incredible and fortunate life.

You'd see her, talk to her, laugh with her, and wish you were 'blessed' in the same way that she was thinking that someone so happy could have only been blessed with ease and happiness and goodness, completely oblivious to the loss she suffered, the harshness she had to endure.

Pain in life is inevitable. Failure, loss, and hardship are as well. 

Leaders push on, they endure, they never relent no matter how unfair life can seem to be.

People matter. Make their lives better and yours will be better. To quote the last words she said to me " God bless you".



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Glenda Ledesma

Posted at 10:19pm
She reminded me so much of Grandma and she will be missed. Lovely lady I will miss seeing her! Until we meet again Tia Tonia...
Love
Glenda
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NC

Posted at 11:59am
Lo siento tanto que han perdido a Antonia! La llegue a tratar en varias ocasiones y siempre fue tan amable. Le gustaba escuchar temas Bíblicos. Y unas palabras que pueden consolar a la familia son las que se encuentran en Salmo capitulo 56 versículo 8, "Pon mis lágrimas, sí, en tu odre. ¿No están en tu libro?" Dios esta al tanto de nuestras lágrimas y dolor. Por ello nos ha dado la bella esperanza de la resureccion. Lo ánimo mucho que vaya a este sitio y vea un video sobre ello:

https://tv.jw.org/#es/mediaitems/VODBibleTeachings/docid-502017858_1_VIDEO

De nuevo lo siento por su perdida!
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