Yvette Cantu Death – A San Antonio woman has died following a deadly car accident that happened early Wednesday morning on the Far West Side, Highway 90 at Mechler Lane. The victim has been identified as Yvette Cantu. According to reports, Yvette Cantu, a resident of San Antonio, Texas passed away from injuries sustained in the motor vehicle crash.
No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. Thoughts and prayers are with her friends, family, and community during this difficult time.
“R.I.P to my Beautiful Cousin Yvette Cantu, I can’t believe I’m saying this again… we were just all together hanging out as a family 2 weeks ago for Grandma’s Funeral, and now God decided to call you home this morning… Please keep my family in Prayer!”
About Yvette Cantu
Yvette was beautiful, strong-willed, determined, and always working. She was beautiful inside and out. Yvette loved hard and always lived her life to the fullest. She leaves behind her 2 beautiful daughters Allyssa Cantu and Alexys Botello and her grandson Keith Carter. She was an amazing person. She always gave her all. Everyone loved her.
Services will be held at Mission Park Funeral Chapel South. 1700 SE Military Dr.
Visitation will be on January 10th, 2024 at 5:00 pm. The rosary to be recited at 6:00 pm.
Funeral services will be on January 11th, 2024. at 11:00 am at Mission Park Funeral Chapel South Burial to follow at Mission Burial
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