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Jessica Cano Chavez

December 19, 1980 ~ September 10, 2019 (age 38)

Jessica Cano Chavez, known to her family as “Chucha", was born in Naples, Florida on December 19th, 1980. She was 38 years old and of Dallas.

Jessica was born to Maria and Bernardo Chavez who preceded her in death. Jessica was survived by her seven children; Miguel Galvan, Abrianna Castano, Lydia and Valeria Briones, Noelia Leal, Kelvionna Tubbs, and Moises Gonzalez; Two Grandchildren, Alissandra and Aiden Madan.

Jessica also had three sisters and two brothers that include: Maria Rivas, Simona and Socorro Chavez, Noe Leal and last but not least Bernardo Chavez Jr. Jessica undoubtedly had countless cousins, family, and friends that love her dearly, especially her Tia Sara!

Jessica was a beautiful person inside and out. She was a free spirit and loved life, on her terms of course. She had a caring heart full of compassion, which came with a side of the best hugs. Jessica made friends everywhere she went. She was old school, she still loved to write letters and had numerous penpals. Food was Jessica’s favorite, especially breakfast. She would always say, “Don't talk to me until I've had my coffee and breakfast”, and if you know Jessica you know she was smacking her lips while enjoying it!

And another thing, she definitely did not like for you to ask her too many questions. She would cut you off real quick. Jessica would wake up every day and say “I’m gonna take over the world today” which was a quote from her favorite childhood cartoon “Pinky and the Brain”. She would put her fingers together and say “Abracadabra” I’m going to make something happen today. She had so much optimism, it was impossible to not feel hopeful around her.

Jessica was always on the move. She would say, "Let's go and don't ask no questions".

A Celebration of Jessica's Life will take place at 6:00PM in the Chapel of Laurel Oaks Funeral Home. Family will receive friends two hours prior to the service.

She will forever live in our hearts because she left a part of herself everywhere she went.

Sister, God called you home and you didn't ask no questions.

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