September 23, 1924 — December 12, 2017
She resided in San Antonio, Texas until 2006 when she became a resident of Windsor Lakes.
Lucille married the late Captain Eddie H. Ochoa in Beaumont in 1961 during Hurricane Carla after which she began her married life in San Antonio.
She became active in the Ladies Auxiliary of the Texas State Firefighter’s Association and served as local, state and international president. She held the title of President Emeritus of the organization.
Lucille was a founding member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in The Woods of Shavano and served as president of the Silver Stars.
Lucille had a successful career in real estate until retiring in 2000. Upon moving to The Woodlands, she became active in the Windsor Lake’s Homeowners Association and the Montgomery County Republican Women’s Club.
Survivors include her brother; Carlos Maggio and his wife Dorothy of Kingwood, Texas, sisters; Genevieve Catanzaro and Marie Maggio of Beaumont, Texas, Pearl Maggio of The Woodlands, stepson; Ed Ochoa and wife Nina of Katy, Texas, nephew Louis Catanzaro and wife Reen of Houston, Texas, step grandsons; Eric and Mick Ochoa, sister-in- law Connie Valdez of San Antonio, Texas and many nieces, nephews and friends.
Lucille had an outstanding personality; she was a generous person and a friend to everyone.
Visitation will be held Friday, December 15, 2017 at Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home from 4-7pm with a Christian Vigil at 5 pm. Funeral services will take place on Monday, December 18, 2017, at Mission Park North, 3401 Cherry Ridge St., San Antonio, Texas. Visitation will be from 10 am to 1 pm in San Antonio with funeral Mass starting at 1 pm.
Lucille’s final resting place will be beside her husband in San Jose Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas.