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Ana Terán-Lucio

May 31, 1973 — January 15, 2024

Copperas Cove

Ana Terán-Lucio, Born on May 31, 1973, in Juarez, Chihuahua Mexico, passed away peacefully in her home in Copperas Cove, TX on January 15, 2024. Ana's vibrant spirit and warm heart touched the lives of all who knew her.

 Ana was an exceptional busser at Pizza Hut for a decade. She took immense pride in her work and wholeheartedly embraced her role. Ana would warmly greet customers, engaging them in conversations that brightened their dining experience. Her dedication and friendly nature made her a beloved member of the Pizza Hut community.

Beyond her professional life, Ana's love for her family was immeasurable. As an aunt to her nieces and nephew, she showed unwavering care while striking a balance between playfulness and discipline. Ana would spend quality time with them, playing, taking care of them, and even providing gentle guidance when needed. Her presence brought joy to their lives, and she cherished every moment shared with them.

Graduating from Eisenhower High School in Lawton, OK in 1994 marked a milestone achievement in Ana's life. It was a testament to her perseverance and determination to succeed.

Ana had an infectious zest for life that radiated from within. Dancing was her ultimate passion; it was where she found pure bliss. Whether on the dance floor or even at home, the moment music filled the air, Ana's face would light up as she joyously boogied along to the beat. In her elementary school years, she participated in a concert for parents and family members where she confidently sang "Buenos Dias Señor Sol" by Juan Gabriel – a memory cherished by all who witnessed it.

She found relaxation in coloring books and the challenge of word searches. However, nothing could compare to her love for dancing. Regardless of how challenging life became for Ana, music never failed to make her soul come alive. Her enthusiasm extended beyond these hobbies; watching and listening to YouTube videos of her favorite singer, Juan Gabriel, filled her heart with happiness.

A dedicated member of her church community, Ana actively participated in various activities, but her true passion lay in music. Proudly singing and playing the maracas in the choir, she found solace and inspiration in praising her faith. Among all the religious celebrations, Ana held a special place in her heart for December 12th, a day dedicated to honoring La Virgen de Guadalupe. She joyfully sang La Guadalupana, truly embracing the significance of this festive occasion.

Ana's proudest accomplishments came from her involvement in the Special Olympics. Throughout her life, she participated in a variety of sports including Track and Field events, Bowling, Soccer, Volleyball, Cheerleading, and Basketball. Her dedication and talent were recognized with over 100 medals and ribbons. In 2018, Ana's determination led her to compete in Basketball at the Special Olympics USA Games held in Seattle. She beamed with pride as she recounted her journey to "New York," as she affectionately referred to the host city.

Ana's passing leaves a void that will be deeply felt by her loved ones. She is survived by her loving mother Laurencia Lucio, devoted sister Marisol Terán-Pinion, nieces Allyssa Barngrover, Jasmynn Apodaca, Daniella Simmons, nephew Joaquin Apodaca, grand-nephew Isaiah Simmons, grand-niece Ahmaya Simmons, and grand-nephew Teo Creevey. Ana was preceded in death by her beloved grandmother Ramona B. Lucio.

In memory of Ana Terán-Lucio's vibrant spirit and unwavering affection for others, let us celebrate a life lived fully – a life that taught us the importance of love, dedication, and embracing every moment with joy. Though she may no longer grace our presence, her legacy will forever remain in our hearts. May she find eternal peace in the embrace of her heavenly abode.

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