Angelita C. Lozano, 77, of Sonora, TX entered eternal rest on January 13, 2020.

She was born in Georgetown, TX on April 25, 1942, daughter of the late Pablo and Rosa Cuellar.

She married Sesario Lozano Sr. on May 29, 1961; they didn’t have a conventional marriage.

We think if they had a reality show it’d be the most popular on television; with her witty comebacks and his incessant sarcastic nature- it was enough laughter to fill the world.

At the age of 39 she began to lose her vision, but you wouldn’t have known it by how independent she strived to be. She never let it break her spirit; she always persevered no matter what life threw at her.

God knew she could handle what most would cower away from.

She is survived by her husband; Sesario Lozano Sr.; two sons, Ray Lozano and his wife Julie Lozano, Sesario Lozano Jr. and his wife Janice Lozano and one daughter, Rachel Lozano. She is also survived by ten grandchildren, Michael Lozano and his wife Monica Lozano, Steven Lozano, Raquel Lozano and her husband Timothy Cuevas, Ricky Lozano and his wife Diana Lozano, Randy Lozano, Zachary Joffrion, Jacob Joffrion, Emilio Lozano, Elijah Lozano and Immanuel Lozano; and three great-grandchildren, Ayven Lozano, Mia Cuevas and Miliana Lozano; three sisters, Elena Cruz, Alicia Reyna and Aurora Vela; three brothers, Juan Cuellar, Alfredo Cuellar and Pablo Cuellar Jr. Her four sisters-in-law (treated like daughters) Elsa Lozano, Linda Perez, Sandi Espinosa and Alma Brazee; her three brothers-in-law, Carlos Lozano, Homer Lozano and Joe (Pee-Wee) Lozano; countless nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Rosa Cuellar and Pablo Cuellar, her sister Beatrice Reyna and her two brothers, Mario Cuellar and Luis Cuellar; mother-in-law Consuelo Lozano; father-in-law Carlos Lozano Sr.; brother-in-law Israel Lozano; daughter-in-law Sulema Lozano.

Angelita was the epitome of a caregiver - always putting her family first. Her sisters say she used to work the fields right along with the men in her family. She was the oldest of 10, and she knew she was in charge.

Once she became a grandmother it was all she wanted to do. You would find her crawling underneath tables chasing the grandkids, outside on her front porch listening to her windchimes, dancing the Charleston, teaching her grandchildren secret cuss words, chatting up her best friends Debbie and Maggie, and cooking what should have been world-famous pinto beans.

If you would ever like to feel our viejita’s spirit around just listen to “Its Now of Never” by Elvis Presley.

A celebration of life will be held graveside on January 25th at 11 a.m. at the Sonora cemetery.