May 20, 1948 - Nov 28, 2023
Crystal Nicole Hernandez-Lopez
Sep 21, 1987 - Feb 25, 2024
Crystal Nicole Hernandez-Lopez, a vibrant soul whose laughter and kindness touched everyone she met, passed away on February 25, 2024, at the age of 36. Born on September 21, 1987, in Abilene, TX, Crystal's life was a tapestry of love, service, and joy that she shared generously with all who knew her. Crystal's early years in Abilene were filled with the warmth of a close-knit family. She was preceded in death by her father, Ruben M. Lopez Sr.; her maternal grandmother, Olivia Rankin; and her paternal grandparents, Tomas and Cecilia Lopez. These familial bonds shaped her into the compassionate and caring individual that so many came to love. Throughout her life, Crystal's heart was large enough to embrace children that she loved as her own. Antonio Hernandez, Junior Hernandez, Ismael Villatoro, Bella Lopez, and Kiana Lopez were the lights of her life, and she cherished every moment spent with them. Her unwavering love and dedication to her family were evident to all, and she leaves behind a legacy of maternal warmth and devotion. Crystal's mother, Carmen Adame Segura; her siblings, Tiffany (Zack) Zambrano, Skye Bean, Christopher Lopez, Cecilia Lopez, Raynaldo Lopez, Monica (Mike) Garza, Valda Lopez, Rosario Lopez, Rebecca Lopez, and Ruben (Janie) Lopez Jr.; and her maternal grandfather, Adam Adame, will forever remember her infectious smile and the sound of her laughter echoing through the halls of their memories. Professionally, Crystal was a pillar of strength and integrity. She began her career in corrections as a Corrections Officer 1 at the McConnell Unit in 2006. Her dedication and leadership skills saw her rise through the ranks, culminating in her position as Major Lopez at the Lindsey Unit. Her colleagues admired her for her work ethic, her love for her team, and the respect she commanded across numerous units in Texas. Crystal's 15-year tenure in corrections was marked by her unwavering commitment to her fellow officers and the institution she served. Beyond her professional accomplishments, Crystal was known for her love of life and her many passions. A great friend to many, she could often be found fishing, a pastime that brought her peace and joy. Her love for music was infectious, and she could make any car ride an adventure with her impeccable taste in tunes and her love for driving. Crystal's sense of humor was unmatched, and she had a unique ability to make people laugh, bringing light to even the darkest of days. A self-proclaimed foodie, Crystal delighted in trying new foods and exploring different cuisines. Her adventurous spirit was reflected in her taste buds, and she was always eager to share her culinary discoveries with friends and family. Purple was her favorite color, a hue that matched her royal presence and the depth of her personality. Her favorite football team was the New Orleans Saints, and she cheered them on with the same fervor she approached all aspects of her life. Crystal lived life to the fullest, her bright, colorful, and creative spirit making the world a more beautiful place. She was loving, kind, and friendly, qualities that defined her and made her beloved by all who had the privilege of crossing her path. Crystal's passing leaves a void in the hearts of those who loved her, but her spirit will continue to inspire and guide us. Her life was a testament to the power of love, the strength of family, and the joy of friendship. Crystal Nicole Hernandez-Lopez will be profoundly missed, but her legacy will live on in the countless lives she touched with her extraordinary heart and soul. Crystal’s family will receive condolences on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at Treviño Funeral Home Alice, 120 E. Front St., from 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM; with a Prayer Service to begin at 7:00 PM. Services will conclude in the chapel that evening. To leave your condolences for the family of Crystal Nicole Hernandez-Lopez, share your memories, or visit her tribute wall, please go to www.trevinofuneralhome.net. To to the family or in memory of Crystal Nicole Hernandez-Lopez, please
Sep 14, 1954 - Feb 24, 2024
Oscar Trevino passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on February 24, 2024. He was born on September 14, 1954, and was raised by his adoptive parents Carlos Sr. and Isabel Trevino. Oscar's journey through life was marked by joy, hard work, and an unwavering commitment to his loved ones. Professionally, Oscar was a man of many talents. Known as a jack of all trades, he contributed his skills to the family business, Trevino Plumbing Company. He also served his community through various roles including Custodian for the Alice Independent School District and working with the City of Alice Street and Parks Dept. His work ethic shone brightly at Joslin's Catering and in the Oilfield. However, his favorite job was being a roadie for El Conjunto de Los Hermanitos Cadena, due to his love for music. Oscar lived his life to the fullest, always happy with a smile on his face. He was ready to give a helping hand to those in need. Dancing to Tejano music was his most joyful fun filled activity. Family gatherings, barbecues, and just spending time with family and friends were always a highlight. A die-hard Cowboys fan, Oscar's loyalty never wavered, win or lose. He also enjoyed playing chalupa, an activity that brought laughter and togetherness to many occasions. Oscar was a loving, caring, and generous father, son, brother, grandfather, and friend. His grandchildren were his pride and joy and the light of his life and he took every opportunity to express his love for them and to spoil them with their every wish. Oscar is proceeded in death by his wife, Zoila D. Trevino; his parents, Carlos Sr. and Isabel Trevino; his, brother Carlos Trevino Jr; and half-brothers, Rodolfo Serna, Rodolfo Segura, Luero Segura, and Norberto Segura. Left to cherish his memories are his beloved daughter, Maria Trevino (Adrian Reyna); Monica (Frank) Gaitan, whom he treated and loved as a daughter; his biological mother, Celestina M. (Norberto R.) Segura; his brother, Rogelio Trevino; his half-brothers, Rodolfo Serna, Lucero Segura, and Rodolfo Segura, his half-sisters, Terecita (Terry) Segura, Virginia Segura, and Susana Segura; sister-in-law, Rosalinda Trevino; his grandchildren, Issac Jones, Juanita Ysabel Jones, Danny Carlos Jones, and Trinidad Perez; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and dear friends. As we say goodbye to Oscar, we celebrate a life well-lived and a man who left an indelible mark on the hearts of all who knew him. He will be missed, but the warmth of his memory will continue to comfort us all. To to the family or in memory of Oscar Treviño, please
Eric Mitchell Rocha
Aug 15, 1991 - Feb 22, 2024
Eric Mitchell Rocha, age 32, passed on Thursday, February 22, 2024 from injuries sustained in automobile accident. He was born August 15, 1991 in Alice, Texas to Elida Rocha. He enjoyed barbequing, listening to music, and spending time with his boys. He was very devoted to his mother never left her side. He was a loving father, son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend that will be missed by all who knew him. He is proceeded in death by maternal grandmother Elida Rocha Mata and maternal grandfather Jose Rocha, Paternal grandmother Maria Cantu, his uncle Gilbert Rocha, aunt Elizabeth Chavera, and Esther Landeros. He is survived by his mother Elida Rocha of Alice, Texas, three sons Eric Mitchell Rocha, Jr., Diego Fransico Rocha, and Elijah Ray Rocha, mother of his children Marivel I. Garcia, one brother Aaron Rocha (Kayla Rene), two uncles Jose Rocha Jr., and Issac Rocha (Cynthia), aunts Rachael Sanchez, Becky (Doug) Rose, Noemi Rocha, Mary (Mike) Lopez, Nephew Aaron M. Rocha, Jr., nieces Nova Lee Rocha, and Ariana Rae Rocha, and numerous cousins and friends. Visitation will be held at 5:00 PM on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at Holmgreen Mortuary. A Chapel Service will be 10:00 AM Friday, March 3, 2024 at Holmgreen Mortuary Chapel followed by a Christian Burial at Roberson-Collins Cemetery in Alice, Texas. Pallbearers: Justin Lopez, Miguel Jesus Lopez, Noe Rocha, Johnanthony Hake, David Trevino Jr., Victor Gomez Jr., and Jose Rocha Honorary pallbearers: Aaron M. Rocha and Aaron M. Rocha Jr. Services are entrusted to Holmgreen Mortuary, 2061 East Main Street, Alice, Texas. Condolences may be offered at www.holmgreenmortuaryinc.com To to the family or in memory of Eric Mitchell Rocha, please
May 30, 1940 - Feb 26, 2024
"Dateline: Alice, Texas Howard Cave age 83 Passed away on Monday, Feb. 26, 2024 in a local hospital following a long illness. Services are pending"
Frank Juarez Sr.
Died : Feb 25, 2024
"Dateline: Alice, Texas Frank Juarez Sr. Passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024 at his residence following an extended illness. Services are pending"
Juan S. Gonzalez
Jun 12, 1944 - Feb 17, 2024
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Billy Clark Strickland Jr.
Oct 10, 1960 - Feb 13, 2024
"Dateline: Alice, Texas Billy Clark Strickland Jr., age 63, passed away in a local hospital following a sudden illness. Services are pending at this time."
Charles Dean Arnold
Dec 07, 1956 - Feb 11, 2024
Charles Dean “ Scooter” Arnold, 67 years of age, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, February 11, 2024 in a Alice hospital. He was born in Alice, Texas on December 7, 1956 to his parents, Charles Dewey and Doris Arnold.Scooter enjoyed water skiing, listening to old country music and watching old western movies, he also enjoyed working cattle at the family ranch, hunting and having a few cold beers with family and friends. Scooter was very generous and giving to all who needed help. Scooter was never one to meet a stranger and when he wasn’t working or hanging out at a local bar with friends you could find him at a barbecue cook off, playing horseshoes, or at the bowling alley in Alice where he was part of a bowling league. Scooter worked at the Tomas Ranch in Freer, Texas for many years eventually moving to Alice, Texas where he worked as an Independent Gauger. As the years went on, life slowed down for Scooter. Although Scooter had several battles with cancer he found a way to put one foot in front of the other and continue on. Even at the end, he found a way to smile and laugh with family while enjoying their visits and reminiscing about old times. Scooter will be remembered for being a stubborn headed man who always spoke his mind, being late to almost everything, and enjoying a pint of ice cream from Dairy Queen.He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Dewey Arnold and Mother, Doris Adami Arnold Furr; stepfather, Zeb Furr. Scooter is survived by his daughter, Cheryl (Marco) Pineda of Harlingen Texas; son, Cody Dean Arnold of Houston, Texas; two granddaughters Sofia Maria and Ellie Rose Pineda; his sister Cindy Arnold Baker (Patrick); two nephews, Michael L. Baker and Marc L. (Karis) Baker; two great nephews and one great niece. Visitation will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at Garza Funeral Home in Freer, Texas with a funeral Service at 12:00 noon that day. Interment will follow at Hahl Memorial Cemetery in Freer, Texas.Anyone wishing to leave condolences for the family may do so at www.garzafuneralhome.com.Arrangements entrusted to Garza Funeral Home. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Charles Dean "Scooter" Arnold, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.
Kimberly Diane Fergel
Nov 05, 1972 - Feb 05, 2024
Kimberly Diane Fergel, aged 51, passed away peacefully on February 5, 2024. Born on November 5, 1972, Kimberly's vibrant spirit and infectious love for life left an indelible mark on all who knew her. She was a beacon of joy, always ready to share a laugh or lend a supportive hand, and her presence will be profoundly missed. Kimberly proudly served her country as a member of the United States Navy, a period of her life that instilled in her a sense of discipline and camaraderie that she carried into her civilian life. Her love for her country was only matched by her love for her family. She is survived by her devoted husband, Martin Allen Fergel, and their two beloved children, Andy and Brett Fergel. Kimberly also leaves behind her cherished aunt, Cathy Heath; her cousin, Steve Williams; and her mother, Anita Carol Serney. She was preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Hill "Mamo." Those who knew Kimberly will remember her for her exuberant passion for all things that sparkle. Her love for bling and glitter was a reflection of her bright personality. A country girl at heart, she found solace in the simple pleasures of life, whether it was tending to her cows, casting a line while fishing, or hitting the shooting range. Dragonflies held a special place in her heart, symbolizing change and self-realization, themes that resonated deeply with her. Kimberly's legacy is one of love, laughter, and the courage to be unabashedly herself. Her memory will continue to shine brightly, like the glimmering decorations she so adored, in the hearts of those she touched. Her family takes comfort in knowing that she lived a life full of the things she loved, surrounded by the people who loved her. Kimberly’s family will receive condolences on Thursday, February 15, 2024, from 9:00 AM until 12:30 PM at Treviño Funeral Home, 3006 Niagara St. @ Port Ave.; with a Prayer Service to be recited at 12:30 PM. A Rite of Committal and Interment with Full Military Honors will follow at Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery. To leave your condolences for the family of Kimberly Diane Fergel, share your memories, or visit her tribute wall, please go to www.trevinofuneralhome.net. To to the family or in memory of Kimberly Diane Fergel, please
Nov 20, 1936 - Feb 10, 2024
"Dateline: Alice, Texas Leola Adams, age 87, passed away Saturday, February 10, 2024 in a local nursing home surrounded by her loving family. Services are pending at this time. Services entrusted to Roberson Funeral Home Alice."