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Rolling Oaks Funeral Home

400 Freeport Pkwy, Coppell, TX

OBITUARIO

Anthony Carrizales Soto

1 abril , 19549 marzo , 2020

Mr. Anthony “Tony” C Soto, age 65, died at his home with his family on March 9th 2020 in Lewisville Texas. Born April 1st 1954 in Chicago IL to Amado and Flora Soto. Survived by loving wife Myra Soto and daughters Christen Burris and Natasha Scott-Ross, grandchildren Hunter Burris, Grace Lang, Danni Lang, siblings: Amado Jr Soto, Able Soto, Daniel Soto, Roxanne Cannon and Rosie Contreras and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents Amado and Flora Soto and grandson Kayln Lang.

Tony was in the automotive industry for over 45 years and co-owner of Soto’s Automotive in Coppell TX since 1983. He was a hard worker and enjoyed his work alongside brother Daniel Soto. He was a character no could forget and will always be remembered for his humor and being the life of the party. He also cherished the time he was able to spend with grandson Hunter every day after work playing.

Tony will be interred at the Rolling Oaks Columbarium.

Rolling Oaks Memorial Center 400 S. Freeport Pkwy Coppell, TX 75019 (972) 462-5147

St. Ann’s Catholic Parish 180 Samuel Blvd Coppell, Tx 75019 (972) 393-5544

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Roxanne Cannon

marzo 19, 2020

My brother Tony was a fantastic brother. He was always there to lend a helping hand and rescue me from my car problems. He loved his Dallas Cowboys and was very vocal about it. :) But most of all he loved his family and would boast about his grandson Hunter. Thank you brother for the wonderful memories! God Bless!

Cyndee Reed Baldwin

marzo 14, 2020

The Soto’s gas station in the 60’s and 70’s was the only station my mom would go to. She trusted their word and they always helped her out. Tony, AJ and Mr Soto were right there when I started driving too. Tony put the first tank of gas in my very first car. I can still see his smile. That’s the station we would go fill up our cars at. None other. You will be missed by many. Great family! Blessings.

Dona (Hubbard) Sinigiani

marzo 13, 2020

Rest In Peace, my dear friend, Tony.
I’ve known you since at least 1972 or so.
You always made me laughed, and you felt more like a brother in law to me.
May God Comfort Myra,KiKi and family.
Prayers being lifted for all.
Love you Myra.
Love,
Dona H. Sinigiani
San Francisco, Ca.

AJ Soto

marzo 12, 2020

Working with Tony and my brothers at our Mobil service station in the late 60's and early 70's kept us busy, but we still had time for fun. Tony was always ready to help in any way he could and his sense of humor made work a whole lot easier! We will all miss you Tony! You will always have a place in our hearts and memories! God Bless you! And God Bless your beautiful family!

Rosie Contreras

marzo 12, 2020

My brother Tony made the most awesome jalepeno burgers . He totally turned me on to the best thing ever!!! He was a caring and loving man and hard worker.

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