Lyndi A. Eligio
September 25, 1990 – March 15, 2021
On Monday, March 15, 2021, Lyndi Arlena Montalvo-Eligio, loving wife and mother of four children, passed away at the young age of 30. Lyndi was born on September 25, 1990 in Fort Worth, Texas to Jose and Lynda Montalvo. She was married to the love of her life, Angel Eligio, on September 24, 2016; together they have four beautiful children. She loved spending time with her friends and family. Lyndi had a great passion for soccer and played an amazing goalie for the Muñecas soccer team, winning many games and championships. She was a lover of music and dancing. Her smile was contagious, and her laugh was infectious to anybody who was around her. Her presence lit up any room that she was in, and she was a joy to be around. Above all else, Lyndi loved her family and her dogs. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.
She is survived by her husband, Angel, her four children: Isaiah, Xavier, Adriana, and Lilyana; her parents, Jose and Cyndy Montalvo and Lynda Swanson; her brothers, Louie and Ricky Montalvo; several cousins, nieces, and nephews; and her two dogs, Kaiser and Lucas.
VISITATION observing CDC guidelines: Monday, March 22nd from 11am to 12noon at the West Center Chapel, followed by FUNERAL SERVICE at 12noon. Funeral Service will be live-streamed at www.heafeyheafey.com.
Angel, Joe, Lynda, Ricky and Lou, I am so sorry for all that’s happened and the loss of Lyndi. She will be missed at the family gatherings and especially every day by all of you and those who knew her. I am praying for all of you and know that God is there to comfort you as you go forward without our Precious Lyndi.
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Lyndi. She was a lot of fun and really wonderful on and off the field. I bet the soccer fields are beautiful in heaven. Prayers of comfort and peace sent for Angel and her four sweet little kids. May your memories and loved ones carry you through these hard days ahead.
I send my love, hugs and prayers to all of you who knew and loved Lyndi. May your loving memories of Lyndi sustain you through this sad time.
My babygirl left us too soon. She was our only girl and the baby. I love you Lyndi with all of my heart. My life will never be the same without you. I have so many great memories of you that I will cherish forever. Love Always, Mom🥰❤️😭
Lyndi I can’t believe you are gone. Even though you and Rick are grown with kids of your own, in my mind you’re also still my two little sidekicks who love to go to the Zoo with me and have sleepovers in the loft. You had such an amazing heart and loved your kids dearly, and I’m so sorry for all the struggles you faced…that no one should have to. So glad things had gotten better in some ways, and that you were happy with your husband and family. Praying you are finally at peace. ❤️
Lyndi I can’t believe you are gone. Even though you and Rick are grown with kids of your own, in my mind you’re also still my two little sidekicks who love to go to the Zoo with me and have sleepovers in the loft. You had such an amazing heart and loved your kids dearly, and I’m so sorry for all the struggles you faced…that no one should have to. So glad things had gotten better in some ways, and that you were happy with your husband and family. Praying you are finally at peace.
My deepest condolences to everyone who were blessed by her life. May you revel in her joy and laughter and fin peace.
Lyndi – I have so many great memories of you and Ricky growing up and staying at our house. I loved you so much and you too Rick! You are forever in my heart
Laurie…oh really where have you been in many years?
My baby, We miss you so much. See you in Heaven when we get there.🥰😭😭😭
with an overwhelming sense of sadness i offer my complete and full condolences to her family.