OBITUARY

Agustine Torres Diaz

May 5, 1939August 2, 2019
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Agustine T. Diaz, 80, of Abilene, passed away Friday, August 2, 2019. He was born on May 5, 1939 to Leon and Anita Diaz. Preceding him in death were his parents, brothers Reyes and Charlie, and sisters Rosa, Isabel, and Rosie. Those left to treasure his memory are his wife Estella Diaz; sons Agustine Diaz, Jr., Leon Diaz, Danny Diaz, and Christopher DeLeon; daughter Alisa Doyle; brother Edward Diaz Sr.; sisters Cecelia Hambrick, Anita Diaz, Ramona Morel, Theodora Ruvalcaba, and Lupe Diaz; and 7 grandchildren.

A visitation from 6:oopm to 8:00pm with a Rosary beginning at 7:00pm will be held on the evening of Monday, August 12 at Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 5701 Hwy 277 South, Abilene. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, August 13 at 11:00am at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 826 Cottonwood St., Abilene followed by interment at the Texas State Veterans Cemetery, 7457 W. Lake Rd, Abilene at 1:00pm.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Agustine Diaz, Jr.
  • Leon Diaz
  • Danny Diaz
  • Christopher DeLeon
  • Donavan Romero-Diaz
  • Edward Diaz

Services

  • Visitation Monday, August 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, August 13, 2019
  • Burial Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Memories

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Tina Zapata

August 9, 2019

Tio Agustine, you will be greatly missed. Tia Stella and your family are in my thoughts. Rest in peace. I love you.

Our condolences to your family.

Love,
Tina, Lorenzo and family

Angel Diaz

August 7, 2019

Martin Diaz

August 4, 2019

Tio, I always knew you as a kind and gentle soul. You never wished ill on anyone. You worked hard to take care of who you had to, without complaint. You were a lot like Grandpa. You showed how much you loved others with your actions, instead of words. I will always remember you working on cars and drinking hot coffee in the 100 degree heat. You said hot coffee cooled you down! You showed how much you loved this country with your service in the National Guard. Just like your brothers, father, and uncles who served. I will pray for those of us you leave behind. I will pray that we listen to the lesson you lived, rather than said. Its the same message from Grandma, Grandpa, and my Dad. Don't just tell someone you love them, show it.

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