Nick Aguina Molina

February 10, 1950June 25, 2018

Nick A. Molina, 68, of Grand Prairie, formerly of Colorado City passed away unexpectedly on June 25, 2018 in Colorado City. He was born in Colorado City on February 10, 1950 to Tiburcio and Elvira Aguina Molina. Nick was a man that lived his life his way, making sure to put family first and show them every day that he loved them. Every weekend you could see him Barbequing, which was a perfect chance to have family over, especially his children and grandchildren. Nick was a man of many hobbies, he enjoyed drawing, golfing, and baking a mean pecan pie. He was an exceptional pool player, could be seen playing a game or two of dominoes, watching his westerns, or the Dallas Cowboys play ball. Nick is survived by his wife Christina Molina and by his sons; Christopher Molina and wife Janie of Grand Prairie, Dominick Molina and wife Rebecca of Ft Worth, Charles Phillip Molina of Grand Prairie, Erick Molina and wife Leticia of Arlington, and Mathew Molina of Grand Prairie. He is also survived by his brothers Reyes Molina and wife Patsy of Mesquite, Charlie Molina and wife Patsy of Ft Worth, and Ifrain Molina of Colorado City and by his sisters Eva Hopper and husband Frank of San Antonio, Margie Molina Barrera of Colorado City and Lucy Molina of Colorado City, as well as by several grangchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his brothers Reinaldo Garcia Molina, Leon Molina, Basilio Molina, and John Molina. A memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, June 30th at 10 am at Saint Ann’s Catholic Church in Colorado City with Father Tony Franco and Father Michael Udegbunam officiating. Arrangements were entrusted to Kiker Seale Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers please consider contributions to Saint Ann’s Catholic Church of Colorado City.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, June 30, 2018

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