Chelsea Marie Garcia, 27, of Rockport, Texas died suddenly and unexpectedly on July 21, 2020 at 10:01 PM. She was born in Ruidoso, New Mexico on July 9, 1993 to Hope Bunch and Jon Stambaugh. She was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter,niece, cousin and friend. She was loved by more people than she knew while she was alive.
Growing up in New Mexico, Chelsea loved hiking, fishing, camping and hunting for artifacts. She loved baking cookies with her grandmother and trying to chop wood with her dad and grandfather. She loved to play in the snow with her brother.
Chelsea was always a social butterfly and loved to be around people, helping them in anyway she could. She was a member of the Rock Church in Rockport,Texas which now has combined with Fulton Community Church. She loved Jesus and she loved sharing Jesus with other people.
Chelsea has a brother that she loved very much and they had a very special and unique relationship. They spent a lot of time together. Their relationship was like no other. She was always there for him and had his back no matter what.
Chelsea had many many friends but only a few very close best friends. She love them all dearly, when Chelsea loved she loved with her everything she had.
Chelsea was a beautiful, special, soul unlike any other. She could light up a room just by walking in it. She brought so much color, spunk, and love to almost everyone she met. She was fierce, powerful, funny and vivacious. She will be deeply missed by many. So, when you think of her, cherish the good memories, and remember to live life to the fullest because it is short and precious.
Chelsea gave birth to four children in her lifetime and they were all very dear to her. She had them in her heart day and night.
Chelsea was preceded in death by her unborn fifth child and all of her great grandparents.
Chelsea was survived in death by her four children, by her parents Hope and Jon, her stepfather Alan, her brother Taylor, her grandparents, Barbara Coleman, Monty and Cheryl Bunch, and Sandy and Coy’s Stambaugh, as well as aunts, uncles, cousins and other family members and many friends.
Her memorial service time and date are pending at this time due to hurricane Hanna and Covid restrictions.
A very special thank you to her community for pulling together to help with the cost of services, Bay Area hospital in Corpus Christi, her surgeon Dr. Anderson, her nurses but especially nurse Shana for keeping the family updated and the compassion they showed Chelsea during her time at the hospital, and to Charlie Marshall funeral home for the kindness and patience during this very difficult time and her Fulton Community Church Family for all the prayers and love.
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