OBITUARIO

ALFONSO BALADEZ

17 marzo , 194517 octubre , 2020
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Alfonso Baladez, passed from this life into Eternity, on October 17, 2020. Born March 17, 1945 in San Antonio to the late Catarino and Maria Guadalupe Baladez, Alfonso was a longtime parishioner at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Farmers Branch, where he was instrumental in the formation of the Spanish Mass, a pillar in the Hispanic Community and member of the Familia Guadalupana.

Alfonso served 14 years in the US Army, then retired from the Corps of Engineers.

Alfonso loved to travel with his family making trips to his hometown or his second home in Mexico. He once traveled cross country with his wife, Maria, to Alaska. But out of all his trips, he faithfully made his annual pilgrimage to see the Virgin of San Juan in the valley.

A charitable man who loved his family and welcomed all to his home because his home was everyone’s home.

He is survived by his wife: Maria; daughters: Amelia Baladez and husband Juan Esquivel Ruiz, and Leticia Vasquez and husband Juan Carlos Vasquez; Brothers: Jose Antonio Baladez and wife Donna, and Jose Angel Baladez and wife Amparo; Sisters: Maria del Socorro Gutierrez and Juanita de Jesus Moreno; Grandchildren: Alfonso C Baladez, Joseph J Baladez, Juan G Esquivel Baladez and 1 expected. He also leaves many nieces, nephews and friends too numerous to mention.

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    martes, 27 octubre , 2020

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    martes, 27 octubre , 2020

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Mary Ann Cooper

28 octubre , 2020

Al Baladez was a very fine man. I worked with him initially on the RRV06 team out of Fort Worth and later out at Lewisville Lake. I remember Al as a man dedicated to doing his work with excellence. I witnessed him maintaining his honor and character when being unduly mistreated. He was a quiet man, a deep thinker. He had a wonderful friendship with Mr. Al Garcia, another man I admire greatly. RIP friend. Condolences to Al's wife, children and other family and friends. I am so saddened by this news.

Tim MacAllister

28 octubre , 2020

When I transferred to Lewisville Lake in 2001, Al was one of the first people I met. I appreciated his patience and assistance in helping me learn about the dam and structure. He was a very kind and gentle man who I had many wonderful "life" conversations. I also greatly appreciate the Baladez Family coming to the office for Christmas, Thanksgiving and other functions. Thank you, Al, for your friendship.

Maria L Magaña

27 octubre , 2020

I remember when Poncho got his Mustang, he called to tell Us he was coming to California to visit us ,we thought it would take him 3 days but not Poncho he made it in 25 hours!! It would have been 24 if it wasn’t for a welcome to Arizona (speeding) ticket he received. I think he returned the same way. I will miss him . “Marylou”

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