Denise Frausto "Neise"
Denise Frausto “Neise”, 61, passed away peacefully Monday, February 8, 2021. She was born on March 26, 1959 to Maria De Jesus Acosta and Eleazar Frausto in Houston.
Celebrating the life of our beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend include her husband, Abel Tristan, of Beaumont; son, Terry Johnson, Jr., and his wife Josefina Silva, of Beaumont, and Lewis Johnson, of Beaumont; daughter, Dana Ramoran and her husband, Antonio Ramoran, of Beaumont; sister, Dolores Castro, of Arlington; brother, Daniel Frausto, of Fort Worth; sister, Deina Frausto and her husband, Brad Melmon, of Seattle; grandchildren, Terry Johnson III, Stormie Rodriguez, Thalia Johnson, Lewis Johnson, Jr., Aricelda Villasana, Jose Villasana, III, and his wife Alexis Villasana, and Antonio Ramoran, II; and great-grandchildren, Esmeralda Rodriguez, Andres Rodriguez; Susie Villasana, Julian Villasana, Jonathan Villasana, and Denise Eliana Villasana; Gavin Tristan, Eden Monroe; Daniel Berwick, Melvin Berwick, Abel Berwick.
She is preceded in death by her best friend and mother, Maria de Jesus “Susie” and her beloved sister, Delia Frausto.
Denise dedicated her life to her children. Often working three jobs to support her family. Eventually, working her way up to owning her own restaurant. She had a love for music, singing and dancing. Her strong spirit, joy, hard work and dedication will live through her husband, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Denise always had a great sense of humor and will be greatly missed by many. (Love you, Denise, Your sister, Deina.)
Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart; and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light. Matthew 11: 28-30
Her cremation will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.
Denise and I worked together for a long time at Better Burger and it was great working with a good friend , sheâ€™s a wonderful person to have known her and eventually to have as a family member..
Daniel & Lynda Berwick
We will miss you Maw-Maw!! From Danny Jr., Melvin lll and Abel
You will forever be loved and remembered, Jose and I won't let the kids forget you, and little Denise will grow up knowing she was named after an amazing, and strong woman. You were taken away from all of us too soon, but God needed another angel up in his kingdom; so back home you went. We love you Mawmaw, fly high and finally get the rest you deserve. Your name will never be forgotten.
Mary E. Martindale
My deepest sympathy to Denise's family, her brother and sisters. I understand she put up a good fight to remain with her family as long as she could. Cherish her memories as she cherished making them with you.