Felicita “Cleo” Bohmfalk

Cleo’s final act was to give the gift of life through organ donation

Felicita “Cleo” Bohmfalk passed away suddenly on Sunday, September 25, 2022, in Austin, Texas. Cleo was born to Gregorio and Ines Delgado DeLeon on November 2, 1950, in Hondo, Texas. She was preceded in death by her father, mother, and brother, Guadalupe “Lupe” DeLeon.
Cleo was a long-time member of Concordia Lutheran Church in San Antonio, TX and most recently joined Divine Saviour Lutheran Church in Devine, TX. She loved the Lord and had a true servant’s heart; it was evident to all that knew her. She cared for family, friends, and those in need and no matter how big or small the need was, she showed up for everyone unconditionally and without hesitation. Cleo’s final act was to give the gift of life through organ donation. She represented the good that we all need every day in our lives.
Cleo was a devoted and loving mother and grandmother. She took special pride in her grandchildren. She was so proud of the young men, Preston and Gage had become and visited Jayden and Violet as often as she could. She loved watching them grow up and made every trip special for them. She loved going to church, spending time with her childhood friends from Devine, as well as her friends in San Antonio, family trips in the summer, shopping, road trips and hosting the holidays. Cleo started planning her Thanksgiving meals each September, she made the best tamales at Christmas and dropped them off to family and friends. Cleo loved people and was not one to turn down a social outing. She formed many close friendships and maintained those over decades. This was Cleo’s 25th year as a breast cancer survivor.
Cleo is survived by her former spouse, William Bohmfalk (San Antonio, TX), daughters, Jennifer Villarreal (Houston, TX), and Stefani Bohmfalk (LaVernia, TX), and her four grandchildren, Preston Perez (New York City, NY), Gage Guerra (San Marcos, TX), and Jayden and Violet Villarreal (Houston, TX).
Cleo’s daughters have honored their mother’s wish to be cremated and not have a viewing; she requested her ashes be buried at her mother’s gravesite. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 29 at Divine Saviour Lutheran Church, officiated by Pastor Randall Wehmeyer.