OBITUARY

Joseph Anthony Villasenor

October 23, 1974August 9, 2010

Funeral Mass for Joseph Anthony Villasenor will be held Monday, August 16, 2010 at 9:00am in St. Joseph Catholic Church of New Waverly with Father Daokim Nguyen officiating. Mass of Christian burial will follow in Garden Park Cemetery. Visitation will be held Sunday, August 15, 2010 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm at Cashner Funeral Home. Joseph was born October 23, 1974 in Carmichael, California to Raymond and Rachel Villasenor and entered into rest unexpectantly August 9, 2010. Joseph loved fishing, camping, playing racquet ball, basketball but loved playing softball more than any other sport. He had been chosen to pitch for the Charleston Air Force Base Air Force softball League in Charleston, South Carolina and was on his way to a game when God called him home. Joseph enlisted in the United States Air Force February 16, 1994 and proudly and so dedicatedly served our country in the United States Air Force for sixteen years. His services to our country will forever be grateful. Left behind to cherish his wonderful memories are his parents, Raymond and Rachel Villasenor; sister, Renae Scholer and her husband Richard; grandparents, Cuauhtémoc Villasenor and Consuelo Villasenor and Mary A. Morales; niece, Cerissa Audrey Scholer and nephew Camden Ray Scholer. Numerous other relatives and friends also survive. You are invited to leave a written tribute to www.cashnerconroe.com

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Funeral Mass Monday, August 16, 2010

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Interment

Memories

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Jessica Penn

February 16, 2011

J.V.
I will always hold you close to my heart. There is so much you helped me, your goofy little ways, the times we had together, playing pool at your parents house. I am so sorry Rachel and Ray for the huge loss of your son. Joey showed us all his love, friendship, loyalty. I miss you and love you always.

marykate Kennedy-Valdez

February 8, 2011

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. We met Joe thru racquetball with my lil bro. We all use to have so much fun. I will never forget the day we buried our mom and Joe placed a medal he won on my moms casket. Joe will forever be in our family's hearts.

Joseph Kennedy

February 8, 2011

OMG, just got told about this just now. This man was one of the best friends I could of ever had. My heart goes out to Ray and Rachel and his sis. He will never be forgotten. I'm absolutely shocked

Melody Norton

September 5, 2010

Ray, Rachel and Renae, I am so sorry to hear about Joey's passing. Thinking back, I do not have one bad memory of him, he was always sweet and caring, of course, he was a little brother so there was the picking at each other, but as far as little brothers go, he was wonderful! I miss him and you guys and wish I could be with you now in this time of grief. I wish you all peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I love you all!

Karen Norton

August 31, 2010

Ray, Rachel and Renae, I have no words that can take the pain away, but please take comfort in knowing that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Joe was a terrific kid and practically a little brother to Melody (Ody). Whenever I picture him in my mind, he is always smiling. My heart hurts for you all. May God give you all that extra measure of grace to help you through this very difficult time. Karen Norton (Vacaville, CA)

Renae Scholer

August 28, 2010

Joe, a wonderful brother and a awesome uncle,you are deeply loved and missed. There is an ache in our hearts that will never go away, But you will be remembered each and everyday. You are my light and my one and only brother now and always.I will miss talking to you on the phone, checking up on my little brother, making sure you were ok. You were a strong young man you lived life to the fullest, making lots of friends no matter what you were doing and always ready to help anyone in need. I am glad you were really happy these last few months you had a beautiful home and a wonderful and adorable girlfriend samatha that we got the chance to meet. We will love you now and always bro, you were the best! love your sis Renae Scholer & family

Althea Hendricksen

August 19, 2010

Joe Joe my heart hurts, as I know many feel the same way. You were taken from all of us early, but there is no question as to the impact you made while you were with us. Through my tears I can smile as I think about our bathroom chat!! You were and always will be special to me. Watch over us all as only you can do. We are all going to need it. Hey is there a bathroom in heaven ~ see you then!
Ray, Rachel and Renae ~ I AM SO SORRY and so wish I could hold you and pray with you like we have done in the past. I love you all!!

Abbe Gustavus

August 17, 2010

It was a great honor to have had Ponch in my family's life. We will miss him very much. I remember when we bowled together he would be goofing off and laughing and would bowl high 200's and not even try. We had many great times hanging out at Ramstein or Vogelweh Bowling Center. Cosmic was our fun time smile,laughs, and just being silly !!!!! R.I.P Ponch you will never be forgotten and our thoughts go out to your family and friends........

Cathlyn Clark

August 15, 2010

Joey Bear,
You were taken from this earth way to soon. You are missed by so many people around the world who will celebrate your life and always remember how your prescence in their lives made things even better. You lit up the room when you walked in. You could always be counted on for a providing us with a laugh, a shoulder to cry on or just an ear to listen. Thanks you so much for being a part of my life and loving me both as a wife and as a friend. My sincerest condolences to Ray, Rachael, and Renee and the rest of the Villasenor family. Joe was very special. His smile, tenderness and huge loving heart can never be replaced in this world.

Dawn Bridgers

August 14, 2010

Joe lived with laughter in his heart inspired others to pursue their passions and to believe in themselves. It was an honor and priviledge to be his friend and to have served with him. We will miss him very much.

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