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Ana Villatoro

December 6, 1938 ~ January 22, 2024 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Ana Villatoro Life Story

En memoria amorosa de Ana Carolina Villatoro, una mujer notable nacida el 6 de diciembre de 1938 en El Salvador, quien falleció pacíficamente el 22 de enero de 2024 en Dallas, Texas, rodeada de su amada familia.

Ana, cariñosamente conocida como "Doña Chela" por sus nietos, era hija de Martín Villatoro y María Pineda. Ana deja un legado profundo de fuerza, amor y una familia unida, especialmente mujeres fuertes que fueron moldeadas por su orientación.


Comenzando su trayectoria como enfermera en su pequeño pueblo en El Salvador, Ana no era simplemente una cuidadora, sino una verdadera sanadora para su comunidad. Su compasión y dedicación al bienestar de los demás eran evidentes en las vidas que tocó.


En busca de una vida mejor para su familia, Ana emigró a los Estados Unidos, donde se convirtió en una hábil modista. Su sabiduría y naturaleza cariñosa la convirtieron en una fuente de consejo y apoyo para familiares, amigos y vecinos por igual. Fue apreciada y amada por todos los que tuvieron el privilegio de conocerla.

Era mujer de fe, Ana era una guerrera de la oración e inculcó sus sólidos valores cristianos en sus hijos y nietos. Su disciplina y fortaleza eran evidentes en su rutina diaria, despertando antes de las 5 a. m. para comenzar el día con una ducha, desayuno y preparación para lo que vendría.

Conocida por sus habilidades culinarias, Ana se deleitaba cocinando y horneando. Su pastel de frutas, pan y arroz eran legendarios, trayendo alegría a quienes tuvieron la suerte de saborear sus creaciones. Mantenía un hogar impecable y enfatizaba la importancia de la limpieza para mantener a su familia a salvo de gérmenes. Su lema era "Lávate las manos".

Ana era un faro de organización y disciplina, cualidades que también se reflejaban en su amor por las compras de gangas, especialmente en la tienda de dólares local. Su hospitalidad era inigualable, haciéndola una excelente anfitriona que recibía a los demás con calidez y generosidad.

Le sobreviven sus hermanas Blanca Pineda Villatoro, Fidelina Velasquez Villatoro, Reyna Salmero Villatoro y Virginia Velasquez Villatoro; hermanos Martín Velasquez Villatoro y Catalino Ventura Villatoro; hijos Sandra Barrera, Martín Villatoro, Ana González Rivas, Hofir González Morales, Etel Dinora Pineda Villatoro y John González; yerno José Morales; y nietos Tanya Villatoro, Joselyn Barrera, Jessica Barrera, Beatriz Cruz nee Villatoro, Deisy Villatoro, Delmy Ramos, Sandra Ramos, Jasmin Rivas, Ana Villatoro, Amy Gonzalez, Jamy Morales, John Gonzalez, Jr., Alicia Gonzalez y Michael Gonzalez; y bisnietos Daisy Novelo, Agustina Novelo, Vasty Ramos, Ezequiel Chable, Michelle Chable, Josue Chable, Sheila Chable, Jason Salas, Jr., Giselle Barrera Macaluso, Grayson Barrera Sampayo, Lucas Rodriguez, Josiah Cruz, y Benjamin Rivas.

En el cielo, Ana Carolina se reúne con sus padres y su amado esposo Salvano González, dejando un legado de amor, fuerza y recuerdos entrañables que vivirán por siempre en los corazones de quienes la conocieron y amaron.



In loving memory of Ana Carolina Villatoro, a remarkable woman born on December 6, 1938, in El Salvador, who peacefully passed away on January 22, 2024, in Dallas, Texas, surrounded by her beloved family.

Ana, affectionately known as "Doña Chela" by her grandchildren, was the daughter of Martin Villatoro and Maria Pineda. She leaves behind a profound legacy of strength, love, and a close-knit family, particularly strong women who were shaped by her guidance.


Beginning her journey as a nurse in her small town in El Salvador, Ana was not merely a caregiver but a true healer to her community. Her compassion and dedication to the well-being of others were evident in the lives she touched.

In pursuit of a better life for her family, Ana immigrated to the United States, where she became a skilled seamstress. Her wisdom and caring nature made her a source of advice and support for family, friends, and neighbors alike. She was cherished and loved by everyone who had the privilege of knowing her.

A woman of faith, Ana was a prayer warrior and instilled her strong Christian values in her children and grandchildren. Her discipline and strength were evident in her daily routine, waking up before 5 am to start the day with shower, breakfast, and readiness for whatever lay ahead.

Known for her culinary talents, Ana delighted in cooking and baking. Her fruitcake, bread, and rice were legendary, bringing joy to those fortunate enough to savor her creations. She maintained an immaculate home and emphasized the importance of cleanliness to keep her family safe from germs. Wash your hands was her manta.
Ana was a beacon of organization and discipline, a trait that extended to her love for bargain shopping, particularly at the local dollar store. Her hospitality was unparalleled, making her a great hostess who welcomed others with warmth and generosity.

She is survived by her sisters Blanca Pineda Villatoro, Fidelina Velasquez Villatoro, Reyna Salmero Villatoro, and Virginia Velasquez Villatoro; brothers Marin Velasquez Villatoro and Catalino Ventura Villatoro; children Sandra Barrera, Martin Villatoro, Ana Gonzalez Rivas, Hofir Gonzalez Morales, Etel Dinora Pineda Villatoro, and John Gonzalez; son-in-law Jose Morales; and grandchildren Tanya Villatoro, Joselyn Barrera, Jessica Barrera, Beatriz Cruz nee Villatoro, Deisy Villatoro, Delmy Ramos, Sandra Ramos,  Jasmin Rivas, Ana Villatoro, Amy Gonzalez, Jamy Morales, John Gonzalez, Jr., Alicia Gonzalez and Michael Gonzalez; and bisnietos Daisy Novelo, Agustina Novelo, Vasty Ramos, Ezequiel Chable, Michelle Chable, Josue Chable, Sheila Chable, Jason Salas, Jr., Giselle Barrera Macaluso, Grayson Barrera Sampayo, Lucas Rodriguez, Josiah Cruz, and Benjamin Rivas.


In heaven, Ana Carolina reunites with her parents and her beloved husband Salvano González, leaving behind a legacy of love, strength, and cherished memories that will forever live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved her.

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Public Viewing
Sunday
January 28, 2024

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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Monday
January 29, 2024

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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9700 Webb Chapel Rd
Dallas, TX 75220

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