Rosa Elva Lujan
10/15/1950 - 08/28/2022

Rose Lujan was a strong minded person.  No task given to her was too hard for her to master. She carried that talent to her children.  She taught them everything there was to know about her business, because she knew one day,  they would have to carry on without her.

                              ~Angie Gonzalez


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Rosa Elva Lujan, age 71, of Freeport, Texas passed away on Sunday, August 28, 2022, surrounded by her loving children. Rosa was born October 15, 1950, in San Angelo, Texas to {Porfirio Gonzalez and Evangelina Cantu.

Rosa was raised in Houston, where she enjoyed dancing and spending time with her siblings, who often came to her for advice. She worked for her father’s produce business where she later met her husband Alfredo Lujan.

Rosa moved to Freeport where she live for the past 30+ years. A well-known member of her community, Rosa served as a councilwoman for several years. Astute and determined, Rosa had a passion for learning and owned a tax preparation business.

Rosa devoted her life to her children. She would volunteer her time as a room-mom and made delicious food for her children and their classmates. She was there for every single milestone. She also loved spending time with all her grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents Porfirio Gonzalez and Evangelina C. Gonzalez, her son Alfredo I. Lujan, her sister Jovita Zepeda and her brothers Rigoberto and Oscar Gonzalez.

Rosa is survived by her husband, her four children Zaundra E. Martinez, Robert M. Lujan, Alfred W. Lujan and RosaElva C. Granlee. Her grandchildren Zaundra E. Sosa, Zabastian E. Sosa, Zamantha E. Sosa, Angel D. Lujan, Liliana A. Lujan, Elijah Granlee and Aubrey A. Granlee. Her siblings, David Gonzalez, Jesse Gonzalez, Diana Gonzalez, Mario Gonzalez, Angie Gonzalez and Carlos Gonzalez. As well as her many loving nieces and nephews.

Rosa Lujan era una persona de mente fuerte. Ninguna tarea que se le encomendó fue demasiado difícil de dominar para ella. Ella llevó ese talento a sus hijos. Ella les enseñó todo lo que había que saber sobre su negocio, porque sabía que algún día tendrían que continuar sin ella.

                            ~Angie Gonzalez