Sheila Streva Brock Hidalgo

Sheila Streva Brock Hidalgo, age 50, of Orange, TX gained her angel wings on September 26, 2019 at 12:30p in the comfort of her brother’s home in Lake Charles, LA after a long and courageous battle with breast cancer.

Sheila was the fourth child born to Frank and Novie Streva, on October 16, 1968 in Lake Charles, LA. She graduated from LaGrange Senior High in 1986. In 2007, she obtained her associates degree in Information Technology from The University of Phoenix.

In her early years, Sheila enjoyed softball, bowling, track, hiking and horses.

Sheila was an avid pool player. In May 2011, she won the National Finalist Regionals APA 8-Ball Classic Singles Championship where she qualified for a trip to compete in Las Vegas, NV. Once in Las Vegas, she won 5th place in her division.

An active member of Faith United Methodist Church in Orange, TX, Sheila was the Nursery Director for many years, was active with the youth group, participated in mission trips, attended the women’s Emmaus Walk 160, volunteered for Vacation Bible School and served two years on the administrative board. She was also an ordained minister.

In addition to her numerous volunteer hours spent at Faith UMC, she took great pride in serving the community at the Lighthouse Soup Kitchen in downtown Orange, TX.

Her greatest joy of all was spending time with her family and friends.

Those left to cherish her fond memory are her loving husband, Ronald Hidalgo, Jr, daughter Sarah Gibbins and husband Sam, brothers, Anthony (Tony) Streva and fiancé Kim of Westlake, LA and David Streva and wife Belinda of Lake Charles, LA, sister Linda Streva Taylor and husband Glenn of Kingwood, TX. She is also survived by her four grandchildren; Electra Meshell, Peyton Meshell, Jake Gibbins, and Jaiden Gibbins. She will be sorely missed by her loving k-9 companion, JJ.

Sheila was preceded in death by her father, Frank Streva, mother, Novie Streva Melanson, stepfather, Walter Melanson, and husband, Timothy (Tim) Brock.

Visitation will be held at Johnson Funeral Home on September 29, 2019 from 5:00p-9:00p and will resume again on September 30, 2019 from 9:00a until the start of the service. A scripture service will be held at 1:00p in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel with burial immediately following at Consolata Cemetery. Pastor Keith Tilley will officiate.

A secondary memorial service will be held at 5:00p on September 30, 2019 at Faith United Methodist Church in Orange, TX.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the building fund at Faith UMC of Orange, TX.

 

 

 

 

 

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