Shelly Aleman Diaz

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Shelly Aleman Diaz, a mother who lived for her children all while battling cancer. No matter how hard the battle, she wanted to fight for her life and she did just that all the way to the end. She will always be loved and never forgotten. Shelly was resident of New Braunfels, passed away on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at Northeast Methodist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 38. Shelly was born on July 22, 1976 in Comal County to Pedro Aleman, Jr. and Rosa Gonzales Aleman. Survivors include her loving husband, Daniel Diaz; son, Clarence L. "Tookie" Foster, III; daughters, Rajeen D. "G.G." Foster and Mika B. "Mikita" Aleman-Diaz; father and mother, Pedro Aleman, Jr. and Rosa Gonzales Aleman; sisters, Janet Aleman and family and Abbey Molina and family; brother, Virgil Aleman and family and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation will be held from 5:00pm to 8:30pm with funeral services beginning at 7:00pm on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel. All services will end at 8:30pm on Thursday evening.

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  1. Aleman, Diaz and Children, My deepest condolences go out to you all. My prayers are with you all as y’all go through this difficult time. I pray Almighty Father God wrap his loving arms around y’all and comfort you and give you peace.

  2. Rosa & Pete & family, So sorry to hear of Shelly’s passing. I know she fought the good fight. My prayers are for you to be comforted at this difficult time.

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Clarence, Rajeen, and Mika. Your Mom will be remembered and missed by many. God’s Peace, Mrs. Sheri Luckemeyer

  4. Sorry for your loss n my deepest condolences to the Aleman family my prayers are with u in this difficult time. May god bless you all. Sincerely, Sonny Luna

  5. Rosa, Pete and Family: I am so sorry to hear of Shelly’s passing. I was not able to make it to the service, but wanted to let you know that I am praying for you and Shelly’s husband and children.

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