Zenayda Gonzales Hadaway

Zenayda Gonzales Hadaway, 59, of Amarillo, passed away February 6, 2024, with loved ones by her side. She was born June 20, 1964, in Muleshoe, Texas to Leopoldo and Guillermina Gonzalez.

Sandy was a beloved sister and daughter who paved the way for life, especially having six brothers! She consistently pushed limits and boundaries, moving everyone forward. She enjoyed sports. Sandy loved her church, her children, and her grandchildren so much.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Leopoldo, and Guillermina Gonzalez.

Sandy will live on in the hearts of all who loved her. She is survived by her husband, Sean Hadaway; her children, Krystle Gonzales, Heather Hernandez, and Joshua Hernandez; her grandchildren, Eian Hutchison, Ava Hutchison, Azariah Hernandez, Elisha Cardenas, and Jaxtyn Hernandez; her siblings, Ignacio “Max”, Leopoldo “Polo”, Jose Elias, Jaime “Jim”, Rodolfo “Rudy”, Maria Del Refugio, and Abel. She is also survived by several sisters-in-law, uncles, aunts, and cousins.

A Memorial Service celebrating Zenayda’s life will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, February 10, 2024 at Bell Ave. Church of Christ, 1600 Bell Street, Amarillo, Texas.

6 Comments

  1. Vicki Hadaway

    What a beautiful person and a treasured gift to our family. I couldn’t have hand picked a more perfect daughter-n-law. She will be missed more than words can express. “Much Love Our Sweet Girl”!

  2. Teresa D Lambert

    Oh Sandy, I only knew you for a short time, but you were a big presence.
    Your smile was infectious and your laugh smile staff smile.
    See in glory and well have a great time. Love Teresa

  3. Randy Rogers

    Sandy was a great person with a heart of gold. She was a stabilizing force, in my nephews heart and life as his wife. Now she is with her Lord Jesus Christ and enjoying the fruits of her labors.
    We will miss her here… but will see her again in Heaven.

  4. Leonardo Bernal

    Our condolences go out to Josh Hernandez and all of your family! She will be missed deeply, I pray that Our Lord Jesus Christ comfort each and everyone of you. God be with you! On behalf of the Bernal family!

  5. Debbie Corona

    I only knew Sandy for a short time through church and I felt I had met a new best friend. Her warm, loving heart drew people to her, her love for Christ stood strong in all adversity. I wish we had gone to lunch, I wish we could have more time together. Life is so fleeting. I wish I would have just spent more time with this beautiful lady. I will miss you dearly my dear friend. Please know you will be thought about and prayed for always. There is an empty place in my heart.

  6. Sherry Burich

    Sandy was a very special person. She loved my nephew so much. She showed kindness to everyone. She is in her heavenly home now.
    And she will be missed.
    Till we see you again.

    Love you

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