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Brenda Karina Esparza-Aceituno
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Brenda Karina Esparza-AceitunoBrenda Karina Esparza-Aceituno age 20 of Hitchcock, died Thursday, July 30, 2009 at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Funeral services will be held 10:00am Wednesday, August 5, 2009 at Carnes Brothers Funeral Home with Reverend David Gomez officiating. Burial will follow at Lakeview Cemetery in Galveston. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home Tuesday from 5:00 pm until 8:00pm.

Brenda was born to Nora and Alberto Esparza in Galveston, Texas on November 2, 1989. As a child, she attended Scott Elementary, Austin Middle School and graduated on May 2008 from Ball High School. She was an active member of the L.U.L.A.C council #1212 for three consecutive years. At the same time she participated in a youth dance group, Hispanic Dancers, for about a year.

Shortly after graduation, Brenda met John Solis, who became the love of her life in no time. Brenda and John gave birth to a beautiful baby girl Brianna on June …. Brianna became the outmost important being and the motivational drive they had longed for. As a young mother Brenda underwent the most powerful transformation in her life. She went from being a beautiful young lady to a full blown aspiring mother figure. Her daughter was the center of her world and gave her a new outlook and perspective on the meaning of life.

Brenda’s life was beginning to unfold when she began to prepare herself for beginning of her college years and what she considered an advance in her employment. Despite the length of her short-lived life, she managed to accomplish a lifetime of success.

 Brenda enjoyed the companion of her friends and family and was often viewed as a very spontaneous, warm and driven individual.

 She was preceded in death by her loving grandparents, Gregoria and Jose Luis Aceituno. She is survived by her mother, Nora Aceituno Esparza; her father Alberto Esparza; her lovely sisters, Zuly Esparza and Johanna; her brothers, Roy Esparza and Hermelindo; her husband John Solis and the love of her life Brianna.




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