Rosa Miranda Torres, born May 3, 1927, in Bastrop, Texas, gained her wings Sunday, December 15, 2019. Rosa was a loving mother to her sons and grandchildren. She was an amazing woman who thought of others before herself. She always saw the good in people and was very honest and never afraid to speak her mind. She loved to sew and would make her own patterns and could make anything she or you could dream up. She also loved plants and to grow plants. If you gave her a piece of a plant, she would have it in full bloom by next season. She loved to travel and go to The Valley. She was always on the move. She was a very hard worker. She worked for NASA for 36 years and had her own cleaning service. She taught her grandchildren her work ethic and her cleaning skills. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church of Alvin and visited other Catholic churches in and around the Houston area. All who had the pleasure of meeting Rosa could feel her love, caring and kindness for others.

Rosa was preceded in death by her son, Ruben Martinez Sr.; parents, Miguel Miranda and Francisca Miranda; brothers, Benny Miranda and Edward Miranda; and sister, Lorenza Ramon.

She is survived by her daughter-in-law, Belia G. Martinez; her children: Ruben Martinez Jr., Daniel Martinez and Alicia Garcia; Rosa’s brother, Domingo Miranda; sisters, Connie McConnel, Virginia Hernandez and Josefa Gonzalez; sons, Victor Martinez and Johnny Martinez; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Arrangements under the 

direction of Leal Funeral Home.

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