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Jose Juan Loredo

1 septembre 195413 septembre 2021
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Jose Juan Loredo, age 67, of Houston, Texas passed away on Monday, September 13, 2021. Jose was born September 1, 1954 in Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas, Mexico to Aurelia Martinez and Marcos Loredo.

Jose is survived by his spouse, Rachel Loredo of 39 years; his daughter Maria Cristina Loredo; his daughter Rebecca Loredo Santibanez; his son Juan Daniel Loredo; his son David Loredo; his son Moses Loredo; his son Marcos A. Loredo; his son Mario Flores; his grand son Luis Anthony Santibanez; his grand daughter Isabel Santibanez; his grand son Nate Santibanez; his grand son Nick Santibanez; his grand son Isaiah Govea; his grand daughter Izaylah Govea; his grand son Matthew Loredo; his grand daughter Priscilla Loredo; his grand son Nico Flores; and his grand son Noah Flores; his brother Martin Loredo, his brother Jose Luis Loredo, his sister Macrina Loredo, his brother Cleto Loredo, his sister Guadalupe Martinez, his sister Dora Ramirez, his brother Isidoro Loredo and his sister Roberta Loredo.

Jose was preceded in death by his father Marcos Loredo and his mother Aurelia Martinez.

Jose Juan Loredo was a loving, caring, hardworking husband, father, grandfather and friend. Always setting the example, no matter what he did. He loved listening to Christian music and watching Christian YouTube videos. He would love sing along while driving, it didnt matter who who was in the car. He loved singing and praising God. For Juan there was nothing better than putting our Lord first. He will be dearly missed by many, especially his family.

God saw you getting tired, and a cure was not to be; So he put his arm around you, and whispered, "Come to me". With Tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away. Although we loved you Dearly, We could not make you stay. A Golden Heart stopped beating, Hard working hands to rest. God broke our Hearts to prove to us, he only takes the best.

We will miss you Dearly and will Always Remember you Papi. We Love you soo very much!!!

A public memorial vigil is scheduled on Thursday, September 23, 2021, between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm and Friday September 24th between 11:30am and 12:30pm at Cristo Rey Funeral Home, 235 N Sampson St #1740, Houston, TX 77003 Friday, Following at 1p, Graveside service will be held at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, 6900 Lawndale St, Houston, TX 77023

  • FAMILLE

  • Marcos Loredo, Father (deceased)
  • Aurelia Martinez, Mother (deceased)
  • Rachel Loredo, Spouse
  • Maria Cristina Loredo Govea, Daughter
  • Rebecca Loredo Santibanez, Daughter
  • Juan Daniel Loredo, Son
  • David Loredo, Son
  • Moses Loredo, Son
  • Marcos A. Loredo, Son
  • Mario Flores, Son
  • Martin Loredo, Brother
  • Jose Luis Loredo, Brother
  • Macrina Loredo, Sister
  • Cleto Loredo, Brother
  • Guadalupe Martinez, Sister
  • Dora Ramirez, Sister
  • Izidro Loredo, Brother
  • Roberta Loredo, Sister
  • Luis Anthony Santibanez, Grand Son
  • Isabel Santibanez, Grand Daughter
  • Nate Santibanez, Grand Son
  • Nick Santibanez, Grand Son
  • Isaiah Govea, Grand Son
  • Izaylah Govea, Grand Daughter
  • Matthew Loredo, Grand Son
  • Priscilla Loredo, Grand Daughter
  • Nico Flores, Grand Son
  • Noah Flores, Grand Son

Services

  • Celebración de la Vida

    jeudi, 23 septembre , 2021

  • Misa de difuntos

    vendredi, 24 septembre , 2021

  • Servicio en el Cementerio

    vendredi, 24 septembre , 2021

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Biographie

Jose Juan Loredo was born on September 1,1954 in Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas. His parents were Marcos Loredo and Aurelia Martinez Loredo. His siblings are Lupe Martinez, Dora Ramirez, Macrina Loredo, Roberta Loredo, Martin Loredo, Cleto Loredo, Izidoro Loredo, Jose Luis Loredo.
As a child Juan attended school at Escuela Licensiado Benitez Juarez until 6th grade. His favorite subjects were Math and Science. His favorite teacher was Julian Garcia Noriega. He enjoyed participating in school dance programs. One of those dances was "Querreque". He would usually come in 1st or 2nd place. After school he would hang out with friends to play Las Canicas, El Bolero y El Trompo, Kickball or baseball. When being at home, he would love ridding his fathers horse. On his spare time his parents would send him and his brother's to the field to go pick out oranges, toronjas and limones.
As an Adult he became friends with Lino Martinez, Juan Zuniga, Chavo Zuniga y Ceferino Barrera and many other great friends. Les gustavan ir a pasearse, darse la vuelta como dice mi tia.
When he started traveling out of his roots, he went to Houston to look for work. When he became a welder who knew he would be the best one. One of his passions was to weld designer burglar bars, fences, you name it, if he had a creative idea he'd do it in a heart beat.
He and his cousins started a Christian band called Los Atalayas, and when people heard how great they sounded God blessed them with many albums they all put out. He loved playing the drums.
Later on he met Rachel in a little church called La Hantorcha while he was playing at a revival and married on June 1, 1983. Following their children, Maria Cristina Loredo, Rebecca Loredo, Juan Daniel Loredo, David Loredo, Moses Loredo and Marcos Aurelio Loredo and Mario Flores.
He was the best loving and caring father who worked very hard to make sure his family could have everything they needed.
Juan later became a grandfather to 10 grandchildren named Luis Anthony Santibanez, Isabel Santibanez, Nate Santibanez, Nick Santibanez, Isaiah Govea, Izaylah Govea, Matthew Loredo, Priscilla Loredo, Noah Flores and Nico Flores. He loved his grandchildren dearly going above and beyond for them.
On his spare time he would love Welding, designing Burglar bar fences, barbecue pits and firepit. He spent many times working around his house making sure his family would always have a home to live. The ideas he has were many. He was a very creative man. He loved Barbecue Chicken and Fajitas dinners so all his kids and grandkids could all hang out as a family. He'd always said one day he would buy huge land so he could build a few homes right next to each other so all his family could be close together.
Juan was a devoted man of faith who dedicated his life for God. Always setting the example, no matter what he did. He loved listening to Christian music and watching Christian YouTube videos. He would love sing along while driving, it didnt matter who who was in the car. He loved singing and praising God. For Juan there was nothing better than putting our Lord first.
Sadly, Juan became critically ill due to Covid complications and unfortunately passed away on September 13,2021. Very Heartbreaking news for his family. Juan will always be remembered as an humble, honest, hard worker, caring, loving husband, father, grandfather and friend to all his family and friends.
He will Forever be Missed, Remembered, Loved and Never forgotten.
LOVE YOU ALWAYS PAPI!