Obituary of Concepcion Luna
July 24, 1931 – February 24, 2022
Concepcion H. Luna. Age 90 of Woodhaven.
Loving mother of Yolanda (Rigoberto) Perez, Letisia (Mark) Wilson, Angela Luna, the late Hector Luna and the late Thomas Luna. Dearest grandmother of Melody (Enrique) Luna, Abel (Angelica) Perez, Melissa (Sam) Mendez, Maricella Rendon, Marissa (Johnny) Linville, Thomas (Jennifer) Luna, Marcus (Tiana) Luna, Cheyanne Luna, Dakota Luna, Cherokee Luna, Topacio Perez, Rafael Perez and the late Sebastian Perez. Also survived by 24 great grandchildren.
Concepcion H. Luna was born July 24, 1931 in Eagle Pass, Texas to Tomas Hernandez and Felecitas Gonzalez. Concepcion lived in Texas until she moved to Ecorse, Michigan where she was married to the late Hector B. Luna and had five children. Connie later moved to Indio, California for many years until she decided to move back to Detroit to be closer to family. Concepción held many titles but being a mom and a Mamacita we’re her greatest titles. She was a crossing guard, factory worker, seamstress, crafter and worlds best rosary maker. Concepción love going to church. She was a strong believer of her faith, which she instilled in her family. She collected dolls and loved making homemade gifts for her family and friends. Concepción especially loved making rosaries. She has made thousands of rosaries that she’s donated to hospitals, churches and our troops overseas. She has even crocheted hundreds of little beanies for the preemies in the hospitals. Chances are if you ever grabbed a free rosary it may have been made by her with love. You would rarely see her without a rosary in her hands. She was truly a prayer warrior. Now she will be one of our guardian angels still praying above us. May she rest in peace pain-free.
Rosary service will be live-streamed. The family encourages anyone who wishes to participate to please do so. Please click the following link at the time of service to view the service: https://youtu.be/QnY4QKB5UQA.
Celebrant Father Bob Johnson, SVD
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...