Tuesday, March 5, 2019


MARIA ESPINOZA is a successful businesswoman, and heads up a national initiative, which she founded with her husband, Tim Lyng, a Texas registered professional engineer by trade. The Remembrance Project, a 501(c )3 not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to honoring and remembering Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens. Her work has led her to the development of “The Stolen Lives Quilt”, a collection of 3-ft x 6-ft banners showing the faces and names of our country’s victims of illegal alien killings.Today, The Remembrance Project and The Quilt are active in 18 states. Its State Directors have supported the Tea Party Immigration Coalition’s “National Remembrance Day for Those Killed by Illegal Aliens,” which is held on the first Sunday of every November. Maria, was born in Texas and resides in Houston. She is the daughter of an immigrant father, who immigrated to the US from Mexico in the 1950’s. Her father became a citizen and took the oath to America.  Her mother, a 3rd generation Texan, instilled in Maria and her 6 brothers and sisters the American traditions of God, family, and country.



MARY DALE WALTERS is the senior vice president of consumer sales and marketing for Allsup, a  disability representation company. In 1984, Allsup was the first nationwide company to begin providing disability representation services in the United States for citizens eligible for Social Security Disability benefits (similar to CPPD benefits). Walters focuses on Allsup’s efforts to ensure a continuing quality of life for their tens of thousands of clients from around the country.