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Juan Calderon

Mar 28, 1955 - Nov 25, 2023

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Mission, TX

Es con un gran dolor, la familia de Juan Calderon, de 68 anos, de Alton, Texas, anuncia su fallecimiento el sabado 25 de Noviembre, luego de una batalla contra la enfermedad renal cronica.Juan nacio el 28 de mayo de 1955 de Alejandra y Raul Calderon en Reynosa, Mexico.A Juan le encantaba pasar tiempo afuera, trabajando en maquinas de cortar yardas o convivir con su familia y amigos. Siempre fue un padre ejemplar dedicado a la familia y amigos.Quienes conocieron a Juan siempre recordaran su se...Read More

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Manuel Galvan, Jr. (Meme)

Aug 03, 1943 - Feb 23, 2024

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Mission, TX

Manuel Galvan, Jr. (Meme), 80, of Mission, Texas passed into the loving arms of our Heavenly Father on February 23, 2024. Meme was born August 3rd, 1943, in Mathis, Texas. He was preceded in death by the love of his life, Feliciana B. Galvan of 54 glorious years of marriage. Also, his beloved parents Manuel Galvan Sr and Maria O. Galvan. His brothers Guadalupe, Florentino, Santiago Galvan, and sisters Angelita G. Noyola and Rosa G. Gomez. Meme’s legacy and passion is survived by his 5 loving children, Anna Marie Sanchez (Isaac T. Sanchez), Maria Felis Tamez (Luis A. Tamez), Alice Delgado (Elias Delgado, Jr), David Galvan, and Jose Manuel Galvan (Nicole Ortega). His children blessed him with 10 beautiful grandchildren, Sasa Rae, Alyssa Paige, Isaac Todd II, Joshua Elias, Alexandria Nicole, Monical Janel, Emily Lynn, Joseph Manuel, Maceo Andres & Gabriela Celeste. Meme was then blessed again with 13 great grandchildren, David Anthony, Lexia Rae, Derek Alexander, Aubre Jade, Loretta Carmen, Jasper Sage, Avery Rose, Grace Love, Jason Gabriel, Nathaniel Alexander, Flor Elizabeth, Lucas Aden, Daniela Marie. Left to cherish his memory are his siblings Jesusita G. (Max) Garcia, Dora G. (Homero) Cardoza, Rita G. (Stanley) Reyna, Anita G. (Sergio) Lozano, and Ruben (Michele) Galvan. Meme enlisted into the Army in April of 1964 where he was assigned to the 7th US Army in Germany. There, he was promoted to an E-4 (Specialist) as a tank mechanic working on M60s. He was also awarded the Sharpshooter ribbon for his accuracy with the rifle. In April of 1967, Meme was Honorably discharged and returned home. Soon after, Meme met Felis who would help him build their legacy together. With Felis as his rock to take care of their 5 children, Meme went on to become a Lead Mechanic with Schlumberger. After 22 years of a strenuous and demanding occupation, Meme retired. After retirement, he developed a love for making solid wood rocking horses for his grandchildren. He enjoyed watching and supporting his Dallas Cowboys. He also loved watching NASCAR. He was a huge fan of going out to South Padre Island to go fishing with his family. Meme found a source of joy and laughter in spending cherished moments with his adoring grandkids. Manuel was known as Meme, dad, daddy, and grandpo to all of us. He was a devoted husband and a dedicated father, whose warmth and love touched the lives of everyone he encountered. He was a pillar of strength, he embraced life with passion, leaving behind a legacy of kindness and compassion. His unwavering love for his beautiful wife and children was a source of inspiration, fostering a bond that will endure through the years. As we bid farewell, we carry forward his spirit, spreading the love he so generously gave, a testament to a life well-lived and deeply cherished.

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Maria Del Carmen Servin

Jul 15, 1951 - Feb 24, 2024

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Mission, TX

"Mission ? Maria Del Carmen Servin, born to Luis Garcia Bello and Maria De Garcia Ramirez, on July 15, 1951 in Mexico entered into eternal rest on Saturday, February 24th, 2024, at her residence in Mission, Texas. She is now reunited with her dear parents, siblings and her babies. Mrs. Servin’s memory will be cherished by her loving husband; Arturo Servin and her caring children; Carlos A. Servin, Sabino Servin, Patricia E. Servin – Hughes, Paulo A. Servin, David Servin, Maria Cristina Farias, and Emanuel Servin. She will also be missed by her caring grandchildren; Alisa Hughes, Brenyon Thomson, David Servin Jr., Gabriel Farias, Serenity Farias, Melody Farias, Elijah Farias, Mia Giuliana Servin, Vita Nava Servin, and Samuel Servin. Family and friends will gather for a visitation on Thursday, February 29, 2024 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. which will follow with a Funeral Mass at 11:00 a.m. at St. John of the Fields Catholic Church in Mission, Texas and will continue with the visitation at Virgil Wilson Mortuary in Mission, Texas, which will be followed by a cremation. Arrangements are under the direction of Virgil Wilson Mortuary in Mission, Texas. Mission ? Maria Del Carmen Servín, nacida de Luis García y Maria De García Ramírez, el 15 de julio de 1951 en Mexico entró al descanso eterno el sábado 24 de febrero de 2024, en su residencia en Mission, Texas. Maria Del Carmen Servín es precedida en la muerte por sus amorosos padres, y por sus hermanos y sus bebes. Su memoria será atesorada por su amado esposo; Arturo Servín y también será extrañada por sus queridos hijos; Carlos A. Servín, Sabino Servín, Patricia E. Servín, Paulo A. Servín, David Servín, Maria Cristina Farias, Emanuel Servín, también será extrañada por sus adorables nietos; Alisa Hughes, Brenyon Thomson, David Servín Jr., Gabriel Farias, Serenity Farias, Melody Farias, Elijah Farias, Mia Giuliana Servín, Vita Nova Servín, y Samuel Servín. Familiares y amigos se reunirán para un velorio el jueves 29 de febrero de 2024 de 8:30 a.m. a 9:00 p.m., seguirá con una Misa Funebre a las 11:00 a.m. at San Juan De Los Campos Iglesia Católica en Mission, Texas y continuará con un rosario a las 7:00 p.m. en Virgil Wilson Mortuary Main Chapel en Mission, Texas. Con una cremación a seguir. Los arreglos están bajo la dirección de Virgil Wilson Mortuary en Mission, Texas."

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Janice Sue Barton

Jan 25, 1945 - Feb 16, 2024

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Mission, TX

"Janice Sue Barton, affectionately known as Sue to her friends and family, passed away in Mission, Texas on February 16, 2024 after a long battle with COPD, leaving behind a legacy of love. She was born on January 25, 1945 in Decatur, IL to Willis and Burnis (Fogerson) Strocher. In 1963, Sue graduated from Eisenhower High School and married the love of her life, Jim Barton. Together they raised two children, Tami and Deanna, who were her pride and joy. Sue’s family grew to include four cherished grandchildren, Tim, Corey, Halle, and Hannah, who will miss her warm hugs and unwavering love. Sue was an avid shopper and loved to spend afternoons looking through flea markets, jewelry and craft sales. Her passions included dancing, tending to her flowers, and decorating her home. She gave all of her love and attention to her family and spent many days playing Old Maid and Go Fish with her grandkids. She was the best fur mom to many beloved pets throughout the years. Predeceased by her parents Willis and Burnis Strocher and her sister Marilynn Cooper, Sue’s Memory will be cherished by her surviving family; her husband Jim Barton; her children Tamisha (Kevin) Newsham of Mission, TX and Deanna (Rob) Chilton of Fishers, IN; her grandchildren Timothy Newsham of San Antonio, TX; Corey Newsham of Altamont, IL; Halle and Hannah Chilton of Fishers, IN; sisters Helen (Bob) Ragsdale of Manchester, TN and Teri Hopkins of Decatur, IL; her great grandchildren Lexi and Brody Newsham of Illinois; and many loved nieces and nephews. Memorial services to celebrate Sue’s life will be held on a future date and will be communicated to family and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in name to The Humane Society or to any no-kill animal shelter. Arrangements are under the direction of Virgil Wilson Mortuary in Mission, Texas."

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Heriberto Sáenz

Jan 23, 1960 - Feb 12, 2024

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Mission, TX

"Mission, Texas ~ Heriberto Sáenz nació el 23 de Enero de 1960 y entro en descanso eterno el Lunes, 12 de Febrero de 2024 a la edad de 64. Hijo de Domingo Sáenz y María Rita De La Cruz. Ahora se ha reunido con sus hermanos; Juan Sáenz De La Cruz y Remigio Sáenz De La Cruz. Deja atrás para apreciar su amorosa memoria a sus hijos; Heriberto Sáenz Jr. (Nancy) y Eduardo Sáenz y su nieta; Regina Sáenz. También será muy extrañado por sus hermanos; Aaron Sáenz De La Cruz, Domingo Sáenz De La Cruz, Roel Sáenz De La Cruz, Minerva Sáenz De La Cruz, Orlando Sáenz De La Cruz y María Rita Sáenz De La Cruz. Amigos y familiares se reunirán para un servicio de visitación el Miércoles, 14 de Febrero de 2024 entre las 5:00pm a las 9:00pm con un rosario a las 7:00pm en la Funeraria The Lord and I en Peñitas, Texas. Cremación a seguir. Los arreglos están bajo la dirección de la Funeraria The Lord and I – Peñitas, Texas."

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Israel Espiricueta

Mar 05, 1953 - Feb 19, 2024

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Mission, TX

To all his brothers, sisters, and children of Israel Espiricueta, passed away Feb. 19, 2024. He was born March 5, 1953 to Domitila Indalecio and Juan Espieicueta. He is preceded in death of our loving siter and his daughter Marisol Espiricueta who also passed away Feb. 17, 2024. The news of her passing was too much for him to bare. Also preceded by his parents and sisters, Lucila Espiricuets, Graciela Ornelas and Maria del Refugio Soto. He is survived by his children Israel Espiricueta Jr. (Anna), Claudia Y, Zaragoza (Alberto), Julissa Moreno (Salvador) and Lorena Mcbroom (Shannon); multiple nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Thank you for all the beautiful and wonderful memories that our father israel left for us. It is no a goodbye, it is see you later. You will be missed by everyone of his jokes. We love you Always Dad. A celebration of life will be held on March 5, 2024 with burial to follo at Longmont Mt. View Cemetery. To to the family or in memory of Israel Espiricueta, please

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Fred L. Chapman

Jul 15, 1935 - Feb 18, 2024

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Mission, TX

Fred L. Chapman, age 88 of Beloit, Kansas passed peacefully at his winter home in Mission, Texas surrounded by family. He was born July 15, 1935 in Beloit to Alma (Jones) and Amos Chapman. Fred grew up surrounded by the farming and ranching life. He loved working with his Dad raising cattle, hogs, horses, mules, donkeys, and chickens. His greatest joy came at harvest time for wheat, milo, and hay crops. He could operate and fix all types of farm equipment that came his way. He continued tinkering with engines, running tractors, and operating his zero-turn mower as recently as last Fall. Fred joined the US Army after high school, and was deployed to Fulda, Germany. He completed his basic training in Ft. Knox, Kentucky. While stationed there, he met the love of his life, Betty Ann Downs. He always joked that “she flagged him down on the street corner”! Betty told a different story. The rest is our history. They were married July 18, 1959 in Samuel’s, Kentucky. The newlyweds moved to Beloit, where Fred went to work for the Kansas Department of Transportation. In October 1961, after the birth of their first daughter, Debra, they began to build their forever home. Home, on the same acreage he grew up on next to his parents. In 1963, a second daughter, Catherine was born and in 1964, daughter Susan completed the Chapman girls trio. The girls grew up farming and ranching with their family. Fred taught them a good work ethic, respect for the land, and dedication to family. Fred worked for KDOT for 38 years, finishing his last 10 years as Supervisor in Beloit. He also continued to work the farm with his Dad, served in the National Guard, helped at auctions, and was quite the used car salesman. Fred and Betty loved their Texas Retirement, he said “no more pushing snow”. They enjoyed their park family during the winters at Wagon City North, and made many lifelong friends. They spent their Summer and Fall back in Kansas, enjoying their many friends, playing cards, and traveling. Fred was preceded in death by his wife Betty; his parents; grandchildren, Melissa and Miranda Bouley; and son-in-law, Richard Wallace. He is survived by his daughters, Deb (Brian) Scofield of Mission, Texas, Cathy Wallace of McAllen, Texas, and Sue (Gary) Bouley of Clifton, Kansas; sister, Shirley Boucek of Beloit; nephew, Troy Boucek of Beloit; grandchildren, Brittney Bouley of McAllen, Texas, and Brady Bouley of Sabetha, Kansas. Also, his long-time friend, companion, and caregiver, Marsha Verhage of Beloit. We, the family, are so very thankful for the loving care Marsha gave our Dad. We would also like to thank Only Love Hospice, as well as so many friends in Texas and Kansas for their support. Memorial services will be at 10:30 AM Tuesday, February 27 at the Roberts Family Funeral Home. Visitation with family will be from 5-7 PM Monday at the funeral home. Cremation has taken place. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Reynaldo Gonzalez

Sep 26, 1941 - Feb 20, 2024

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Mission, TX

Reynaldo Gonzalez, age 82, of Mission, Texas passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. A public visitation for Reynaldo will be held Friday, February 23, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Funeraria Del Angel, 3611 North Taylor Road, Mission, Texas 78573. A prayer service will occur Friday, February 23, 2024 at 7:00 PM, 3611 North Taylor Road, Mission, Texas 78573. A public visitation (continued) will occur Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 3611 North Taylor Road, Mission, Texas 78573. A chapel service will occur Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 12:00 PM, 3611 North Taylor Road, Mission, Texas 78573. A burial will occur Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 1:00 PM at Valley Memorial Gardens, 3605 North Taylor Road, Mission, Texas 78572.

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Fred L. Chapman

Jul 15, 1935 - Feb 18, 2024

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Mission, TX

Fred L. Chapman 88, of Beloit. Ks passed peacefully at his winter home in Mission, Tx surrounded by family. He was born July 15th, 1935 in Beloit to Alma (Jones) and Amos Chapman. Fred grew up surrounded by the farming and ranching life. He loved working with his Dad raising cattle, hogs, horses, mules, donkeys and chickens. His greatest joy came at harvest time for wheat, milo and hay crops. He could operate and fix all types of farm equipment that came his way. He continued tinkering with engines, running tractors and operating his zero turn mower as recently as last Fall. Fred joined the US Army after high school and was deployed to Fulda, Germany. He completed his basic training in Ft. Knox, KY. While stationed there he met the love of his life, Betty Ann Downs. He always joked that "she flagged him down on a street corner"! Betty told a different story. The rest is our history. They were married July 18th, 1959 in Samuel's, KY The newlyweds moved to Beloit, Ks where Fred went to work for the Kansas Department of Transportation. In October 1961 after the birth of their first daughter, Debra they began to build their forever home. Home, on the same acreage he grew up on next to his parents. In 1963 a second daughter, Catherine was born and in 1964 daughter, Susan completed the Chapman girls trio. The girls grew up farming and ranching with their family. Fred taught them a good work ethic, respect for the land and dedication to family. Fred worked for KDOT for 38 years finishing his last 10 years as Supervisor in Beloit. He also continued to work the farm with his Dad, served in the National Guard, helped at auctions and was quite the used car salesman. Fred and Betty loved their Texas Retirement, he said "no more pushing snow." They enjoyed their park family during the winters at Wagon City North and made many lifelong friends. They spent their Summer and Fall back in Kansas enjoying their many friends playing cards and traveling. Fred was preceded in death by his parents, grandchildren Melissa and Miranda Bouley, and son-in-law Richard Wallace. He is survived by daughters, Deb (Brian) Scofield of MIssion, TX, Cathy Wallace of McAllen, Tx, Sue (Gary) Bouley of Clifton, Ks, his sister Shirley Boucek of Beloit, Ks, nephew Troy Boucek, of Beloit, ks Grandchildren, Brittney Bouley of McAllen, Tx and Brady Bouley of Sabetha, Ks. Also, his long time friend, companion and caregiver, Marsha Verhage of Beloit, Ks. We, the family are so very thankful for the loving care Marsha gave our Dad. We would also like to thank Only Love Hospice as well as so many friends in Texas and Kansas for their support.

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Rodolfo Ramos

May 07, 1927 - Feb 15, 2024

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Mission, TX

Rodolfo Ramos, age 96, of Mission, Texas passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024. Rodolfo was born on May 7, 1927, in Gillet, Texas to Faustino Ramos and Maria Rodriguez Ramos. Rodolfo worked as a truck driver from a young age and had no formal education yet he was skilled at reading maps and ensuring that all his deliveries reached their destinations. In addition to transporting materials and goods for manufacturing, he also handed sales and assisted with hurricane relief efforts by using his truck to transport brush and clean affected areas. Furthermore, he transported gains, cotton watermelon vegetables and fruit adapting to whatever was in season. Rodolfo was a dedicated and hardworking individual who excelled in everything he did. His warm smile and generous heart touched the lives of everyone he encountered. He was a devoted husband a loving grandfather. Rodolfo memory will always live in his Children, Rodolfo Ramos Jr, Alma (Esequiel) Garcia, and Rene Ramos, he will also be greatly missed by Grandchildren and those who knew him. Rodolfo will be reunited in heaven with his wife Viola and his daughter Irene Ramos his parents, Faustino Ramos and Maria Rodriguez Ramos; Brothers, Jesus Ramos, Faustino Ramos, Hilario Ramos, Felipe Ramos Leonardo Ramos, Salome Ramos, Asencion (chon) Ramos, Ignacio (Nacho) Ramos and Sisters Matilde Mclain, Refugia (Cuca) R Garza Castillo, Elvira R Espinosa and Celia Rodriguez Molina. Cremation Arrangements are under Heavenly Grace Funeral Home in La Feria, TX 78559 Friends & Family will gather for a Rosary on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 3:00 pm at Garcia’s Residence: 1508 Oak Dr. Mission, TX.

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Maria Guadalupe De Leon

Mar 07, 1943 - Feb 17, 2024

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Mission, TX

In the early morning of February 17, 2024, Maria Guadalupe De Leon entered eternal rest at the age of 80 years young. She is preceded in death by her husband, Francisco X. De Leon; her parents Elias and Bonifacia Perez, and her sister Abigail Barrera. Maria was born in Mexico City on March 7, 1943, to Elias and Bonifacia Perez. In February 1967, she married Francisco Xavier De Leon, and she devoted her life to raising their three children, Francisco Xavier Jr., Edna Dinora, and Hector Gustavo. Maria, who had 9 grandchildren, Christopher, Ashley, Andrew, Francisco X. III, Kayla, Ximena, Hector, Alex Jr., and Elysha loved to be called “Mema”. Maria was a remarkable cook and enjoyed preparing meals for her family, most especially over the holidays. She loved to watch novellas, nature documentaries, and cooking shows during her free time. Maria was known to have a green thumb, she enjoyed spending her time gardening and taking care of her plants. She was a loving wife, mother, sister and friend. Her family grieves her loss, but they take comfort knowing that Maria and Francisco are together once again. The visitation for Maria Guadalupe De Leon will be held Tuesday, February 20, 2023 at Funeraria Del Angel in Mission from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm with a rosary recited at 6:00 pm. Funeral mass will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Mission at 10:00 am. Burial will follow at Valley Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Mission.

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