Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home

4216 South Bowen Road, Arlington, TX


George D Castillo

May 28, 1930January 22, 2020
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George D Castillo was born in Waco Texas on May 28, 1930. He passed away on January 22, 2020 in Arlington Texas.

George proudly served in three branches of the US military: Army, Air Force and Marines where he held rank as sergeant. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal. Following his military career, he owned an HVAC business and became a well-respected business man in Round Rock Texas for many years. His hobbies included hunting and working with inventions. He enjoyed the challenge of repairing and rebuilding items. George also loved horses.

George was charming, witty and a jokester. He loved to talk about anything and enjoyed “winning” the conversation! He had a great imagination and spirit that allowed him to develop great concepts and ideas into inventions.

George was preceded in death by his parents, Rafael Perez Castillo and Tommie Davila Castillo; his siblings, Rodolph Castillo, Rafael Castillo, Charlotte Castillo, Carolina Castillo, and Adolph Castillo; and his son, George Castillo, Jr.

Left to cherish his memory are his siblings, Vera C Del Real, Paul D. Castillo; his children, George Castillo, Jr., Helen Castillo, Norma Siraj, George Castillo, David Castillo, Alex Castillo, Lonnie Castillo and Nicole Julian; his grandchildren, Rosie Mae Garfias, Belinda Garfias, Raheem Siraj, Sohail Siraj, Christopher Julian, Zachary Julian, Carolina Castillo, Adriana Castillo, Alexender Castillo, Christopher Castillo, Timothy Castillo, Julianna Castillo, Anthony Castillo, David Castillo, Hayden Castillo, George L. Castillo II, Gabrielle Castillo, Olivia Grace Castillo; his great-grandchildren, Roman, Nickoli Julian, Meriya, Merisa, Jaiden, Desarae, Isaac and Zachary; and his great-great grandchildren, Roman, Lexi, Giovanni and Ethan.

George will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.


  • Visitation Wednesday, January 29, 2020
  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 30, 2020
  • Committal Service Thursday, January 30, 2020


George D Castillo

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Kim Elder

January 30, 2020

I’ve had a few George lectures in my time. Made me love him even more. He was always respectful and honest. I thank him greatly for my very best friend in life, Lonnie. Rest In Peace and thank you for your guidance durning my teenage years.
-kim elder

Rita Abdeladim

January 29, 2020

Uncle George and his family lived across the street in Austin, Texas on West Avenue, when our family first moved from Waco to Austin. I was 7 years old. I remember Uncle George coming over, always with a smile on his young handsome face, and I called him my favorite Uncle. He earned this title of favorite uncle, because he would always life me up in the air with a toss, and hold me high in his arms. Being a middle child, it was nice to have the attention and someone to hold me.

Over the years, I've seen uncle George here and there. I also recall visiting him in Round Rock when he had pigs/hogs. It was always fun to run around his yard.

Uncle George was funny and had a good sense of humor. He was always happy to see me when we met. George and his brother Rafael, were both hysterical when they got together.

I'm so happy and grateful that Uncle George has the large family that he does, and that he had the love of his family during his final moments.

My condolences to the family.

God rest your soul Uncle George. Godspeed.

Judy Dunagan

January 26, 2020

My first memory of Uncle George is very vivid. He stopped to visit his father and brother at their shop. My granddad and dad started smiling as soon as he walked in. I remember those dimples, those laughing eyes, and smile that would not stop. He looked like happiness walking in the door.
He started joking, laughter and teasing among the grown-ups began. Uncle George took time to make sure my sister and I were included. He always loved children and it was evident in the way he took time to make sure we were smiling and laughing as well. I won't forget, I can close my eyes still see that happy smiling face. A lovely memory of a lovely man. Thanks Uncle George I love you...you still make me smile.

Judy Dunagan

January 26, 2020

Dear uncle George, your good advice and spirit of happiness still makes me smile and you are missed and loved. Most assuredly by me and the wonderful family left as legacy to this world. I know God blessed you and he still does. Love you, Uncle George

Katherine Reidy

January 24, 2020

Mr. George was our neighbor for years in Whitebrush loop. He was always kind and was a blessing to be around. He blessed my belly when u was pregnant with my first son and I wish he had met our second. He was a strong individual and I know he’s with God. My deepest condolences to your family George, but I know heaven is hearing some great stories right now.❤️ Love to you all.-Katie Reidy