Diana Hernandez Moreno

Diana Hernandez Moreno of League City, TX passed away peacefully surrounded by family on the early morning of Tuesday April 9, 2024, at the age of 71.

Diana Hernandez was born August 22nd, 1952, in Victoria, TX to Rafeal and Ramona Hernandez.

Diana Hernandez Moreno was a beautiful woman inside and out with a beautiful smile. In her early years, she held two positions as a cook and a janitress at the Texas City Independent School District to support her family. Eventually, she ventured into successfully starting and maintaining her own housekeeping service.

She possessed great strength in her Christian beliefs, wholeheartedly loving Jesus and expressing gratitude for every moment gifted by the Lord. Her family and friends were her whole world. She was incredibly passionate and would often tear up at the sight of her family and children when she saw and held them. She worked tirelessly to serve others. She provided love, service, and comfort to everyone around her, it was her passion.

Diana possessed remarkable skills in traditional practices that are not as common today, having been born and raised in a rural setting. A true pioneer woman, she showed little interest in modern technology initially, but eventually embraced it, especially her iPhone, as she enjoyed using FaceTime to connect with her family.

She loved cooking grand meals and having family gatherings. Entering her home, everyone was always welcomed by her tender touch and warm smile along with the aroma of her incredible coffee and breakfast. She was known as a strong woman and was never quite the same after losing her only daughter, Norma Jean Diaz, in 2005. She wore and carried a pendant of her daughter’s picture for the rest of her life and missed her dearly. Following her diagnosis of COPD and Multiple Myeloma in 2018, Diana bravely battled her illnesses to remain present for her family, demonstrating remarkable strength, courage, and perseverance. Diana Hernandez Moreno was loved by the UTMB and MD Anderson staff and was well known by her community.

Diana was a sports enthusiast who enjoyed football, boxing, and was a devoted fan of the Houston Astros, never missing a single game. She was truly an amazing woman with a heart of gold who captured and impacted everyone around her in a special way.

Diana Hernandez Moreno was predeceased by her father and mother, Rafael and Ramona Hernandez, her brother John Hernandez, and her sister Mary Alice Hernandez, all from Victoria, TX. Furthermore, her daughter Norma Jean Diaz from Texas City, TX, and her late husband Cipirano Diaz Sr. had passed away before her. Before her passing, she was widowed by her second husband, Andrew J. Moreno.

She is survived by her sons Cipriano Diaz Jr. and wife Elisha, Julian Diaz and wife Sheila, Francisco Diaz and wife Monique. Her Sisters, Fidela, Rafaela, Ramona and brothers Joe and David Hernandez. She is also survived by grandchildren Cipriano III, Fernando III, Gabriella, Julian Jr., Alazey, John II, Nevaeh, Aven, Giovanna , Julan, Julia, Liana, Jerzee, Braylon, Olivia , Mateo, and Great Grandson Liam including her step-children and step-grandchildren.

A celebration of life will be held for Diana Hernandez Moreno in Texas City, TX, on Sunday April 21st from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM at 3903 Bay Street EXT. She will be laid to rest in Victoria, TX, at a private family cemetery out in the country with her father, mother, and siblings. Time and date undisclosed.


  1. Beautiful
    Rest In Peace
    Tia Diana

  2. Fly high Diana! you are finally with Your Daughter.. I will forever cherish your memories.. thank you, for your friendship. Love you!

    Linda Gonzalez
  3. May you walk up the heavenly stairs with the good Lord, holding your hand and the angels singing praises you will be dearly missed by all who loved and cared about you me included. Love you much.

    Annie Wells
  4. I love and will miss you very much mom. You were a part of my everyday life and it won’t be the same without you for any of us. I spent my adult life trying to repay you in every way for everything you did for us through life’s hardships and I know we made you proud❤️‍🩹 rest easy beautiful angel. You were always perfect in our eyes.

    Cipirano Diaz
  5. Aunt Diana always welcomed us and showed us such love. Bernard has passed but he enjoyed going to spend time with her and the family. He stayed with for a few days and shared with me how precious that time was. We truly love her and she will leave an emptiness in everyone’s heart especially those that saw and talked to her daily. Sending prayers and love to everyone. 🙏🏼🙏🏼💜💜

    Diana & Bernard Sanchez
  6. my condolences Cip. My prayers goes out to you and your family.

    Natividad Lopez Jr.
  7. Rest in heaven, sweet soul.

  8. My Tia could cook up a humongous amount of (tortillas) lunch breakfast dinner in a snap —
    Her laugh – her smile – was always so genuine… Tia I can’t wait to see you someday soon – my heart hurts so much — I love you always and forever — ❣️❣️❣️ love your favorite niece … Cynthia ; )

    • Thank you Cynthia she loved you all so much.

      Cipirano Diaz
  9. Rock Of Praise Ministry
    1108 Roosevelt St.
    LA Marque Tx. 77568

    Dear Cip Diaz and family

    On the behalf of Rock Of Praise I would like to express my sincere condolence
    to your family of the late Diana Hernandez Moreno. Wishing you peace, comfort,
    and lots of Love at this time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. Wishing you the best and know you have my full support in every moment.

    Bishop Raymond P. Vassie
    • Thank you much friend ❤️‍🩹

      Cipriano Duaz Jr

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