Angelina Torres Obituary, Death – After a protracted battle with illness, Angelina Torres passed away on Saturday morning at her residence. She was surrounded by her family at the time of her passing. Her parents, Marcelino Gonzales Hernandez and Clemencia Gonzales Hernandez welcomed her into the world on September 8th, 1952 in Hondo, Texas. Angelina spent her childhood in Hondo, although she received her education in Vero Beach. She spent a good portion of her career working for Aflac as an insurance representative.

Angelina always looked forward to going back to Hondo and ended up going there rather frequently. The wedding took place on February 14, 2013, in Rockport, Texas, and was attended by King Torres. They had a lot of fun together going on adventures, exploring new places, looking for seashells and turtles at the beach, spending time with their friends and family, and doting on their grandchildren. Her mother, Clemencia Hernandez, had passed away prior to her own passing.

Visitation will take place at the Wharton Funeral Home Chapel on Tuesday beginning at 1 p.m., and again on Wednesday beginning at 8:30 a.m., followed by a recitation of the Rosary at 7 p.m. on both days. At 11:30 in the morning on Thursday a Funeral Mass will be held at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, and the Reverend Bob Knippenberg will preside over the ceremony. The final rites, known as the Rite of Committal, will be performed, and the burial will take place in the Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers are Ken Torres, King Torres Jr., Jonathan Hogan, Jason Wright, Anthony Warren, Raudel Garza, and Edward Galleno. Also serving are Raudel Garza and Edward Galleno.

Angelina is survived by her husband, King Torres, her father, Marcelino Hernandez of Rockport, her daughters Monica Pacheco of Austin, Marcela Wright and husband Jason of Euless, Melissa Hogan and husband, Jonathan of Austin, Michele L Warren and husband Anthony of Dickenson, Samantha K Hulett and husband Josh of Deer Park, Angelica F. Torres and husband Edward Galleno of Alvin, and Mandy Torres of Webster, her sons King Torre