Victoria Quinones, age 58, passed away peacefully on Wednesday evening on April 19, 2023, at Memorial Hermann Hospital. Born on July 4, 1964, in Houston, TX by deceased parents Manuel and Reyes Quinones. Victoria had a ẃonderful childhood growing up with ten siblings, Manuel Quinones Jr✞ ; Mary Lou Escobedo✞ ; Joe Quinones; Celia Salgado; Acencion Quinones; Mario (Ricardo) Quinones✞ ; Jimmy Quinones; Amelia Mindiola; and Jeanette Morin.

Victoria attended Austin High School where she learned that she had a gift of designing and sewing clothes, so then worked as a seamstress for multiple years at a Design/ Alteration shop. Victoria ended her last years working at Arne’s Warehouse where she loved learning different types of crafts to share with all her loved ones. Besides Victoria being so crafty she also loved to teach all her nieces how to cook and bake. The most important characteristic about Victoria was seeing how she could light up a room with her charm and sense of humor. 

Memorial Service Information

Friday, May 5, 2023

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

Forest Lawn Funeral Home
8706 Almeda Genoa Road
Houston, TX 77075


  1. Reyes Q.Orozco on April 25, 2023 at 10:46 am

    Love you always n forever tiaaaaaa…..

  2. Victoria Quinones Velazquez on April 25, 2023 at 10:50 am

    I love you so much, I can’t believe how quick everything happen. I’m going to miss all the moment we had especially the laugh we shared. Not being able to see you at thanksgiving or Christmas birthdays just breaks me god too you too soon.

  3. Gina Chavez on April 25, 2023 at 11:08 am

    Comadre, my deepest condolences to you, Tia Emily and the rest of the family. Tia Victoria was such a bright light. She shined everywhere she went. She was a great cook! She shared a few things with me that made me a better cook. She was so crafty. She always made my silly goosers (godkiddos) EVERYTHING from clothes to costumes. She had a knack for decorating. Everyone’s parties were done so perfectly. She was loving, caring and special to us all. I will miss her but knowing she’s in a better place gives me comfort. Big hugs Comadre, may GOD wrap his arms around yall and bring yall through this most difficult time. RIP Tia, I love you more!

    • Renee Sosa a*k*a Miss Bubbles on April 25, 2023 at 12:16 pm

      In a blink of an eye you were gone however when it comes to my heart , you never left and you never will . For how can you ??
      Someone who I met as an acquaintance in the beginning who then grew into someone I begin to admire . My Dear Victoria you gave me and left me with so much of your picture of what beauty of spirit looks like that I ended up having the ultimate privilege to having you ; over the many years become like that of a big Sister to me , though not my blood . And now my heart bleeds in tears of pain, joy , laughter , ache, anger, forgiveness , but most of all …
      Love . And because I Love you , I’m gonna miss you !! … There will be no other like you .
      That I promise.
      Thank you for the spirit of Sisterhood and your love of a dear friend . Til will meet again you rest in peace my Love . Life is short so I shall say , …see you soon