29 enero , 1959 – 10 junio , 2019
Eduardo Betancourt, age 60, was born January 29, 1959 and passed away on June 10, 2019 in El Paso, Texas. Eduardo is survived by his wife, Melissa Betancourt; son, Joshua Eduardo Betancourt; brother, Alfonso Betancourt; and sister, Irma Rodriguez. A visitation for Eduardo will be held Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm at Hillcrest Funeral Home, 1060 North Carolina Drive, with a rosary at 10 am. A funeral mass will follow at 1:00 pm at San Antonio Catholic Church, 503 Hunter Drive. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.dignitymemorial.com for the Betancourt family.
- Alfonso Betancourt, Father
- Melissa Betancourt, Wife
- Joshua Eduardo Betancourt, Son
- Alfonso Betancourt Jr., Brother
- Irma Rodriguez, Sister
- Visitation sábado, 15 junio , 2019
- Rosary sábado, 15 junio , 2019
- Funeral Mass sábado, 15 junio , 2019
29 agosto , 2019
I was a student from the school ILA, Mr. Betancourt was my math teacher in 4th grade when I was at the age of 9 or 10 all the way till 6th grade. When I left ILA, I was 12 years old. Now I’m a 16 year old sophomore at Eastwood high school, and I noticed that Mr. Betancourt's son josh goes to Eastwood too. The last time I said hi to josh was freshman year at the middle school , I haven’t seen him at all this year. I found out today that Mr. Betancourt passed away. He told my mother one time that he liked me because I wasn’t like the other kids, that I was a teachable kid. And I would remember every time my father would pick me up after school, Mr. betancourt would always ask my father for a miller light cooler, because my father and I wanted to give him something because he was a righteous loving man to every single child at ILA. One day I’m guessing my father forgot to give it to him, but now that he is gone I could never pay him my respects to Mr. Betancourt. I hope one day, when it’s time for me to leave this earth, I could meet him once again to give him that cooler, because I know he Deserved it, but for now I’ll never forget Mr. Betancourt.
Michael R. Gonzalez