Hilario Z Ybarra

February 2, 1927March 14, 2013

Burial arrangements under the direction of Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens.


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Victor Ybarra

April 5, 2013

To my cousins and other relatives. I have alot of memories of Tio and he will always be remembered in my prayers.

Juan Ortiz

March 21, 2013

My condolences to the Ybarra family on the loss of your dad and grandfather, as my classmates Lulu and Charlie have mentioned in other messages i too was a student of your dad at Faulk junior high as it was know then, your dad had a Great sense of humor and he was a wonderful & great teacher and taught us the need to respect everyone. May he rest in Peace.

Gloria Ruiz

March 21, 2013

Judy my deepest condolences to you and your family. May the good Lord comfort you and your family in your time of mourning.I will keep you and your family in my prayers.God Bless you friend.

Saul Serna

March 19, 2013

My deepest condolences to the Ybarra Family, please know you all are in my thoughts & prayers at this time during your loss of a Great Man, I remember your dad very well he was influentual in my winning Reserve Grand Champion at the Mercedez Livesstock Show back in the early 70's, I thought very Highly of him and had great respect for him. He will be missed by all who knew him & the many lives he touched, he definitly touched mine, God Bless you all.

Lorraine Hernandez

March 18, 2013

My deepest condolences to Mr. Ybarra's family. I met Hilario Ybarra in 1984 when I was a new business teacher at Hanna H.S. in Brownsville where he was the lead teacher. I learned much from him those first years. I will remember him as a kind, patient man with a great sense of humor. May he rest in peace...

Joseph F. Wenke

March 18, 2013

Larry--May the wonderful memories you have of your father keep you and your family strong and help you through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, your family and friends.
Butch Wenke

Melissa Jackson

March 18, 2013

To know him was to truly love him and know you were a part of a real family. Even though the miles kept us apart, he was the most loving of Grandfathers to Rebecca Ann and we all loved him dearly. He will forever be in our hearts and a huge part of our lives.

Terry and Ingrid McClure

March 18, 2013

Sharing in the sorrow at the loss of your father and grandfather. We both taught with Mr. Ybarra at Faulk and at Hanna H.S. He was truly a gentleman of the finest kind.

Charlie Sanchez

March 18, 2013

Mr. Ybarra, we would think of him often. In 1972, when I was at Faulk he was my teacher. After school, he would bring us fresh, hot, and delicious pan de dulce from Raya bakery, the molletes were so fresh they'd melt in our mouths. The first time I ever ate at a What-a-Burger was when Mr. Ybarra took several of us there in the back of his truck, it was on Palm Blvd. He made class fun and interesting telling us stories about his life and teaching us important life lessons. He was a great teacher and mentor. Rest in peace. My deepest condolences to his family.

Sylvia Reza

March 18, 2013

I worked with your dad at Hannah in the late 70's. Jaime Flores is right...your dad was a great mentor and friend. Such a gentle spirit. I am honored to have known him. He made a difference in my life. God's blessings on your families Juan and Irene. May every time you recall him bring joy to your hearts. Sylvia Reza