Carmen Montoya

Carmen Montoya, a lifelong resident of Houston, TX passed away September 07, 2021 in Webster, TX. She was born in Houston, TX on January 24, 1951.

Carmen reunites with her husband of over forty years, David Montoya; her parents, Rafaela Mendieta Salas and Nicholas Ruiz Salas; brother, Nicholas Salas.

She leaves behind her daughters: Elizabeth Salas, and Jessica Salas, husband David Guerra; sons: Van Salas, wife Diane, and Terry David Montoya, wife Regina and their family; grandchildren: Leah Salas, Isaiah Davila, Bishop Guerra, Texas Guerra, Bella Guerra, Ace Guerra, King Guerra, Mia Salas, Van Salas, Jr., David Montoya, and Desmond Montoya, Christopher Montoya and Delias Montoya; great grandchildren: Ariana Bentley, Nori Montoya, and Aaliyah Ramirez; and her two cats, Chiquita and Minnie.

A visitation will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland, TX. Funeral Service will begin Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home. Burial to follow at South Park Cemetery in Pearland.


  1. Dear Jessica, Elizabeth, Van and family , we will miss your mama , Carmen, and are praying for all of you, we loved her also.
    Aunt Dora

    Dora M. Clutter
  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Much love, Kovachik-Lopez Family

    Jennifer Lopez
  3. We hold your family in our hearts. Your mom and your grandma will forever be with you. Remember her with happy stories and good times.

    Kay & Jerry Kovachik
  4. We will continue to pray for you and your family she will be greatly missed loved her like a second mother

    Esperanza Martinez
  5. Sending our prayers and condolences Carmen was a sweet loving person . I am sure she has earned her angel wings! We will continue to pray 🙏 for all of you ! Sending our love, Julie & Jerry Rios

    Julie M RIOS
  6. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this trying time. I know Carmen will be missed dearly, continued prayers for strength and understanding.

    Brian Wiggins
  7. She was the woman that thought & raised us, to be independent, responsible, and respectful. Our hearts are broken, but I know she’s with dad, and all her loved ones now. Thanks for all the years, of love and support, you will truly be missed.. Rest in Eternal Heavenly Peace..

    T. David montoya
  8. So sad to hear of Carmen’s passing. She was so very good to my brother David and all of our family. Prayers for your healing…

    Betty Montoya
  9. Thank you Aunt Carmen. Over the decades I spent a lot of time with you and my Uncle Bird. You always greeted me with a smile and a big hug. I will never forget about how much you loved all of us. I know that you are now with Jesus in the kingdom of heaven where there is no more pain or worry. I will always cherish my memories of you. Thank you Aunt Carmen.

    Russell G Rodriguez

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