We’d love to celebrate his life with you.

Saturday, February 5, 2022  |  3:00 PM
Mosaic Church Austin
12675 Research Blvd
Austin, Texas 78759

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Per the family’s request, they would like for the Celebration of Life to be an adult service only, white attire is encouraged, and all floral tributes should be delivered to the church.

If you would like to help provide meals or financial support directly to the family, click here to visit their MealTrain.


“Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.”

Thessalonians‬ ‭4:13-14‬ ‭NIV‬‬

Ignacio Colmenares Garcia, 50, of Oaxaca, Mexico was born on January 25th, 1971 in Oaxaca to Ignacio & Cristina Colmenares. With his passing he leaves behind loved ones and is reunited with others he loved dearly.

A loving husband to Ivett, amazing father to son Ignacio & daughter Christina. Grandfather to Ignacio Elias & Jayden. Brother to Jeanette, Karina, Christian & Aldo.

Ignacio was a God fearing man who seeked & loved the Lord passionately. He was a committed husband to his wife, Ivett of 31 years. Their love story began in high school. He captured Ivett’s heart with his confidence, courage & humility. Her favorite trait over all was his spontaneity. Ignacio continued to bring a smile to her face with his funky dance moves & clumsiness. Although he was always looking to lighten the mood, he always remained true to his beliefs & was a man of his word. Ignacio, or Nacho as many called him, was a family man; they were his pride and joy. Everyone who met Nacho experienced his kindness and a joke or two. He was a great leader & friend who always put everyone else before himself. His smile was contagious. Ignacio always knew how to fill a room with laughter.

Nacho was a man who loved to serve, in any capacity. Whether it was cleaning a bathroom, leading worship at his local church, or taking a meal to a friend. He always taught his family that service was the greatest gift.

Ignacio’s legacy does not stop here but lives on through his children & grandchildren. He will be missed dearly every day until we are reunited with him.