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OBITUARY

Isidoro Davila Jr.

August 12, 1952August 1, 2022
Obituary of Isidoro Davila Jr.

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Isidoro Davila, Jr. was born on August 12, 1952, in Marlin, Texas. He passed away on Monday, August 1, 2022, in Dallas, Texas surrounded by his loving wife, son and daughter. Isidoro graduated from Marlin High School, and then attended a small business trade school in Waco, Texas. With the support of his parents and his siblings, he embarked on a journey to move to Dallas, Texas to begin his professional career. Over the years, he worked for a handful of different organizations, including the City of Dallas and American National Insurance Company. He concluded his professional career working as a courier for Quest Diagnostics. Additionally, Isidoro was a faithful and dedicated member of the Assemblies of God evangelical denomination. Over many decades, he sacrificially served the local church and international missionary efforts. His love for God and his hope in the Gospel of Jesus Christ was regularly on display. Isidoro is preceded in death by his father, Isidoro Davila Sr., his mother Erlinda Davila, and his elder brother Benjamin Davila, Sr. He is survived by his brother Joel Davila, Sr., and his sisters Irene Garza, Anita Moody, Mary Davila and Helen Jaimes. Isidoro is survived by his wife of 42 years, Delia Corina Davila; his son Jason Davila, wife Heather and their children Thaddeus, Judah, and Delia; his daughter Megan Davila Moss, husband Cody and their children Edward and Everly. Isidoro will be remembered as a loving husband, wonderful father, precious grandfather, gentle brother, and generous friend. Obituary: Spanish Translation Isidoro Davila, Jr. nació el 12 de agosto de 1952 en Marlin, Texas. Falleció el 1ro de agosto del 2022 en la ciudad de Dallas, Texas acompañado por su amorosa esposa, su hijo e hija. Isidoro se graduó de Marlin High School, y después asistió a una escuela pequeña de comercio en Waco, Texas. Con el apoyo de sus padres y hermanos embarcó su travesía de mudarse a Dallas, Texas para comenzar su carrera profesional. En el transcurso de su vida profesional, el sr. Isidoro trabajó en varias organizaciones, incluyendo la Ciudad de Dallas y American National Insurance Company. Él concluyó su carrera profesional como mensajero de la compañía Quest Diagnostics. Adicionalmente, Isidoro fue una persona fiel a su fé y un miembro dedicado a la denominación evangélica de las Asambleas de Dios. Por muchas décadas, él sacrificadamente sirvió en su iglesia local y en los esfuerzos de las misiones internacionales. Su amor por Dios y su esperanza en el evangelio de Cristo Jesús fue mostrada regularmente. A Isidoro le precedieron en su muerte, su padre, Isidoro Davila Sr., su madre Erlinda Davila y su hermano mayor Benjamin Davila Sr. Le sobreviven su hermano Rev. Joel Davila, y sus hermanas Irene Garza, Anita Moody, Mary Davila y Helen Jaimes. También, a Isidoro le sobreviven su esposa de 42 años, Delia Corina Davila; su hijo Jason Davila y la esposa de él, Heather, y sus niños Thaddeus, Judah, y Delia; su hija Megan Davila Moss y el esposo de ella, Cody, y sus niños Edward y Everly. Isidoro será recordado como un esposo amoroso, un padre maravilloso, un abuelo precioso, un hermano gentil y un amigo generoso. Services for Isidoro Davila, Jr.: Friday August 12, 2022 Visitation and Reception (light refreshments) 6pm—9pm Saturday August 13, 2022 10:30am Funeral Service and Burial (Graveside service and burial immediately following) Both services will be held at: The Branch Church — Farmers Branch Campus 3035 Valley View Lane Farmers Branch, TX 75234 Please have all flower arrangements delivered to Rhoton Funeral Home located at 1511 South I-35E Carrollton, TX 75006.

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Services

Friday, August 12, 2022

Visitation and Reception

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The Branch Church - Farmers Branch Campus

Saturday, August 13, 2022

Funeral Service

10:30 am

The Branch Church - Farmers Branch Campus

(Graveside service and burial immediately following)