Priscilla Garza, 47, passed away on November 8, 2021, in Arlington, TX. Priscilla Garza was born on September 24, 1974 in Saginaw, MI, to Pete J. Garcia and Anna C. Garcia. Priscilla graduated from Woodlawn High School in 1992. She started her career as a Data Entry Clerk for several companies, the last being FFE Transportation in the collections department. Priscilla married her soulmate and love of her life, Anthony Garza, on March 16, 1996 in Dallas, TX. The couple had 2 children, Andrew, age 25 and Adrianna, age 18. Priscilla was so proud of her children and they were the light of her life! Priscilla enjoyed spending time with all her extended family— and was the happiest when her house was full of laughter, especially from her nieces and nephews and grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Priscilla was very family oriented and always wanted to do everything with family. She enjoyed going to the movies, and to any holiday outings with the family. Her family loved the joy she brought to everyone! Priscilla is preceded in death by her father, Pete J. Garcia, whom she adored and shared a special bond. She is survived by her husband, Anthony Garza and her two children, Andrew and Adrianna; as well as her mother, Anna C. Garcia, her siblings, Felisitas Leopard (John), Pete Garcia Jr (Kimberly), Linda Canizales (Hector), and Lisa Tavera (Saul). Priscilla is also survived by several nieces and nephews as well as grand-nieces and grand-nephews. She was always so happy when they spent time with her. The service for Priscilla Garza will be held on Monday, November 15, 2021 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at Wade Funeral Home & Crematory, 4140 West Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, TX 76013. Wade Family Funeral Home 817-274-9233

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  1. I called her Prissy. She was 11. I was 2. We were the best of friends. She and her family were my family. Perhaps not by blood, but we were family. Thank you, Prissy, for carrying me around on your hip and playing with me. Thank you for taking me along on family trips to Dallas. My fondest memories of the Garcia home are full of love, laughter and spanglish and the wonderful aroma of tortillas and mexican food. I will miss you, Prissy. But I know you are worshipping the Almighty God and reunited with Grandpa Pete. You are forever in my heart. Love you!

  2. My Condolences go out to the family members. I have great memories of when we were young. I remember when all of us cousins went to the church of christ together in Saginaw Michigan. Just wish I could have seen you all grown up now. R.I.P. now . Love your cousin Yolanda

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