Elionora Isabel Ruiz

Ruiz Elionora Obituary

FORT WORTH-Elionora Isabel Ruiz passed away Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at the age of 56.
Visitation: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Elionora was born Monday, September 23, 1963 to the late Pedro Ruiz Rangel and Maria Renteria in Monterrey, Mexico. In Mexico, Elionora attended University and graduated as an accountant. She practiced as an accountant for several years. After that, she devoted her time to raise her three children. Elionora was a devout Christian and was able to teach her children the importance of faith and prayer. She taught her children to be firm in God and trust in Him in all situations.
Elionora was a hard working mother who always provided for her family. She spent her time helping others in need; and put others needs before her own. Elionora was able to teach strength, compassion, drive and the ability to find oneself to her children and family. She loved to bake all sorts of breads to share with others. She enjoyed the outdoors and appreciated nature. She loved to care for her plants and teach others how to nurture them. Elionora was always interested in honing her skills and of learning new ones. She loved to change lives by cooking healthy dishes for other people. In addition, she loved to exercise and teach others the importance of it. She was a loving mother, sister and friend and will be deeply missed.
Survivors: Son, Pedro Ruiz; daughter, Damaris Vega; daughter, Pryscila Luna; sister, Maria del Socorro Ruiz; sister, Maria de los Angeles Ruiz; brother, Artemio Ruiz; brother, Alejandro Ruiz; sister, Gloria Ruiz; brother, Ruben Ruiz; brother, Guadalberto Ruiz; and many friends.

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#1 Comment By Austin Fuller On April 13, 2020 @ 9:19 pm

Thank you for everything you taught me. Every day you showed me what it meant to be strong spiritually and physically. You always were compassionate and loving. I always saw you giving to others. I could not have asked for a better role model in life. You lived life to the fullest and truly knew what it meant to be a woman of God. Your generosity and love will be remembered forever. Thank you for showing me what it truly meant to be strong.

#2 Comment By Chel Ruiz On April 13, 2020 @ 10:44 pm

“Llena de vida, alegre y extrovertida, sin miedo a nada, fuerte. Así siempre te recordare con mucho cariño. Te recordaré Como una mujer que lucho mucho por sus hijos y se esforzó por empezar de nuevo muchas veces por darles una mejor vida”

Tia, Hoy Dios decidió tenerte más cerca de el y te llamo para estar a su lado, tu dolor término y aunque nos dejas un vacío muy grande sabemos y confiamos de que estás en un mejor lugar, sin duda dejas un gran vacío que nadie puede llenar, pero le pido a Dios consuelo para toda la familia y en especial para mis primos y sus familias en estos momentos tan difíciles.
Que tú Paz y consuelo Dios, los llene en estos momentos de sus vidas.

Con mucho cariño están en nuestras oraciones

Familia Bueno Ruiz

#3 Comment By Christina Aburto On April 14, 2020 @ 9:55 am

Thank you for accepting our family into your own. You will be missed dearly. We know God truly gained an angel. You were always so sweet and kind. A beautiful woman. Your spirit will live on. You and your family are in our prayers. Rest in Heaven.

#4 Comment By Damaris Vega On April 14, 2020 @ 10:58 am

Mamita hermosa te amo con todo mi corazón aún no creo que ya no estas aquí con nosotros siento que todo esto es un sueño en el que vamos a despertar .
Le doy gracias a Dios por habernos dado a una mamá como tu una mujer luchona que siempre lucho por sus hijos nunca se dio por vencida siempre lucho contra cada obstáculo que la vida te ponía y siempre saliendo adelante una mujer directa que decía lo que sentía y lo que pensaba nunca voy a olvidar todos los consejos que me dabas voy a honrar tu memoria siempre vas a vivir en mi corazón este no es un adiós es un hasta pronto yo se que un día nos volveremos a reunir . Vuela alto mi ángel libre como un pájaro!! Vuela alto con mamá maría y papá Pedro ya están reunidos ❤️❤️ Te amo mi mami

#5 Comment By Dillon and Lauren On April 17, 2020 @ 6:59 pm

Our family will be forever touched by your endearing spirit and selfless servanthood. You always had the most beautiful smile on your face and had so much love in your heart to show the world. We are grateful to Jesus for the time we got to spend with you and we will always keep your memory alive by telling stories and sharing the memories we made with you to one another. We love and appreciate and adore you forever.

#6 Comment By Damaris Vega On June 6, 2020 @ 9:01 pm

I miss you mami it’s almost 2 months since you passed and I still can’t understand why this happened to you , your were full of life always with a big smile on your face you were a caring person always helping other people out and putting others needs before yours. I miss my best friend the one I always called in my good and bad moments the one who use to tell me to to keep going you always listened and gave me guidance
We used to talked every single day and text throughout the day and when I don’t call or text you would call me and asked me are you ok ? How come you haven’t call me ? I miss your voice message my heart feels so heavy and empty without you

Te amo mi mamita hermosa ❤️❤️❤️

#7 Comment By Mark and Melissa On July 19, 2020 @ 1:46 pm

My husband and I had the great honor and pleasure to have met you and be in our lives for an extremely short period of time. Yet you touched our lives so deeply. We have been so devastated by your loss. You are such an extraordinary being that will be forever missed.