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1949 Maria 2023

María Teresa Juárez de Loera

October 15, 1949 — April 15, 2023

Milton

He peleado la buena batalla, he terminado la carrera, he guardado la fe. 2 Timoteo 4:7

María Teresa Juárez de Loera, de 73 años, falleció tranquilamente el 15 de Abril del 2023 en su casa rodeada de su familia.

Doña Tere llevó una vida llena del amor de Dios y de la familia. Nació en Rayón, San Luis Potosí, México, hija de Zacarías Juárez Rivera e Hipolita González Medina. Creció en Rayon en una familia dinámica con 15 hermanos. Cuando era joven, Doña Tere se destacó por su intelecto y liderazgo mientras asistía al Instituto Comercial Matehualense.

En 1967, se casó con el amor de su vida, Basilio (también conocido como Chilo). Criaron a siete hijos y construyeron un negocio exitoso en Matehuala. Doña Tere era conocida por sus agudas habilidades empresariales, su participación en la comunidad y su elegante sentido del estilo.

Doña Tere nunca tuvo miedo de una aventura y siempre buscó oportunidades para que la familia prosperará. Ella y Chilo emigraron a los Estados Unidos, donde desafiaron los fríos inviernos de Minnesota y trabajaron duro para aprender las formas de un nuevo país. Cuando Chilo perdió su batalla contra el cáncer, Doña Tere estableció un nuevo negocio familiar en Florida, llamado Loera Legacy, Inc. Se desempeñó como presidenta de Loera Legacy hasta su muerte.

Mucho antes de que fuera popular Doña Tere era una influencer y defensora de la justicia, verdad y hacer lo correcto. Ella puso en acción sus creencias y nunca rehuyó decir la verdad al poder. En casa, su lugar favorito era la cocina, cocinando para familiares y amigos. Reunió a la gente a su alrededor con amor y ánimo a todos a dar lo mejor de sí mismos.

A Doña Tere le preceden su esposo (Basilio Loera Castilleja) y su hijo, Basilio Fabricio Loera. Le sobreviven sus hijos: Perla (esposo, Sergio), Marco (esposa, Norma), Juan (esposa, Mirty), María, Rosalinda (esposo, Mark), y César. Su legado vivirá a través de sus 18 nietos y 8 bisnietos.

La visitación, los servicios y el entierro se llevarán a cabo en la funeraria Rose Lawn en Gulf Breeze, Florida, el miércoles 19 de abril a partir de las 10:30 a.m. Se pueden enviar flores a la funeraria.

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. 2 Timothy 4:7

Maria Teresa Juarez de Loera, 73, peacefully passed away on April 15, 2023 at home surrounded by family.

Doña Tere led a life filled with the love of God and family. She was born in Rayón, San Luis Potosí, Mexico to Zacarias Juárez Rivera and Hipólita González Medina. She grew up in Rayón in a lively family with 15 siblings. As a young woman, Doña Tere stood out for her intellect and leadership while attending the Instituto Comercial Matehualense.

In 1967, she met and married the love of her life, Basilio (aka Chilo). They raised 7 children and built a successful business in Matehuala. Doña Tere was known for her sharp business skills, community involvement, and elegant sense of style.

Doña Tere was never afraid of an adventure and always looked for opportunities for the family to flourish. She and Chilo immigrated to the United States, where they braved the cold Minnesota winters and worked hard to learn the ways of a new country. When Chilo lost his battle with cancer, Doña Tere established a new family business in Florida, Loera Legacy Inc. She served as the President of Loera Legacy Inc. until her death.

Long before it was popular, Doña Tere was an influencer and advocate for justice, truth, and doing what was right. She put her beliefs into action and never shied from speaking truth to power. At home, her favorite place was in her kitchen, cooking for family and friends. She gathered people around her with love and encouraged everyone to be their best.

Doña Tere is predeceased by her husband, Basilio Loera Castilleja, and son, Basilio Fabricio Loera. She is survived by her children: Perla (Sergio), Marco (Norma), Juan (Mirty), Maria, Rosalinda (Mark), and Cesar. And her legacy will live on through her 18 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.

Visitation, services, and burial will be held at Rose Lawn Funeral Home in Gulf Breeze, Florida on Wednesday, April 19 starting at 10:30 am. Flowers may be sent to the funeral home.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2023

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