OBITUARY

DOMINGO CONCHA

February 13, 1928October 19, 2020
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Domingo Concha of Bartlett Tx passed away peacefully on October 19th 2020 in Round Rock Tx. He was born on February 13th, 1928 to the late Tomas and Antonia Concha.

Domingo was a very devoted in his catholic faith. He was the first Texan to make his cursillo, a Christianity movement that was brought down from Spain. Domingo was featured several times in the Catholic Digest for being the first cursillista. It was at one of these retreats that Domingo met the love of his life and on September the 7th 1968 he married Lillie Marie Osuna in Georgetown Tx. He was a long time member of St Cyril and Methodius Church, where he served as a Eucharistic minister for many years taking the elderly and the sick Holy Communion. He also gave a lot of his time helping with church functions such as the church bazaars. Domingo made a living as a welder, he worked at Artco-Bell for 28 years.

Domingo is survived by his only daughter Mary Margaret Torres of Bartlett Tx m, his Granddaughter Ana-Lisa Torres of Bartlett Tx, and his Grandson Christopher Benavidez of Bartlett Tx and his great grandson Dominick Benavidez of Georgetown Tx. He is also survived by his brother George Concha and his wife Vicky of Temple and his sister Georgia Canava of Bartlett Tx and his brother Paul Concha of Bartlett Tx along with many nieces and nephews.

He is proceeded in death by his parents Tomas and Antonia Concha, his wife Lillie Concha, his sister Tomasa Concha, his brother Timotao Concha, his brother Jimmy Concha, & his sister Pauline Rico.

Visitation will be held on Friday November 6, from 6pm-8pm at Goodnight Funeral home in Bartlett, TX with a Rosary at 7pm. Graveside services will be held on Saturday November 7, at 10 am at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Granger, TX.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, November 6, 2020

  • Rosary

    Friday, November 6, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, November 7, 2020

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Jose Medina

November 6, 2020

My name is Jose Medina from Bryan, Texas. I first met Mr. Domingo through the Cursillo movement. To see this simple, quiet, humble man transform into this booming, powerful voice full of faith as he shared his testimony was such an experience! He taught and inspired so many by his great example! My condolences to his daughter, his brother Gregorio, and his entire family. Domingo will be sorely missed. I am comforted that he'll be reunited with his beloved wife and will be living his Fifth Day in glorious eternity.

Domingo, ¡¡Cristo pudo contar contigo!! ¡¡Y tú con Él!!

Sincerely,
Guadalupe, Elvira and Jose Medina of Bryan, TX.
Jose Medina

Steve & Teresa Canava

October 21, 2020

Uncle Domingo was a kind, considerate and exceptional man who always shared a kind word with me. I married into the family by marrying his niece Teresa and Uncle Domingo made me feel just like 1 of the family. We will both miss his kindness and smile and thoughtfulness. He will truly be missed, Rest In Peace Uncle Domingo. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
Steve & Teresa Canava

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