OBITUARY

David Morris Hernandez Sr.

June 22, 1942January 8, 2021

David M. Hernandez age 78 of Garland, TX, passed away on January 8, 2021 in Plano. David was born in Elgin, TX on June 22, 1942 to the late Jesus Hernandez and Antonia Morris. David spent his career as a Grocer until retirement. He was loved by all and never met a stranger. Preceding him in death is his loving wife Beverly Hernandez, his parents, brothers Thomas Hernandez (infant), Jesse Hernandez and Larry Hernandez, John Gonzalez, step-mother Lupe Hernandez and grandson Michael A. Leos. David is survived by his son David Hernandez, Jr., daughters Deborah J. Dubrule and Aurora Canavan and their respective spouses; grandchildren John David Hernandez, Brian A. Hernandez, Thomas Canavan, and their respective spouses; great grandchildren Jasmine Martinez, Michael A. Leos, Ava Hernandez, Chloe Hernandez and Lilah J. Hernandez. He is also survived by his sisters Janie Cortez and Lupe Hernandez, sister-in-law Jana Lewis, nephews J.R Hernandez, Julius Cortez and many extended Hernandez, Morris and Alonzo family members, and his best lifelong friend Mr. Ron Brown.

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Debbie Dubrule

January 14, 2021

I’d like to share one of many funny incidents that I caught my dad in a lie. One day I arrived at his house and found a little bag with a donut in it. I waited a few minutes and then I asked him if anyone had been there to visit him that day. He said that no one had been there. So I asked him if he had driven anywhere. (He was not allowed to drive at that time). He replied “You know I can’t drive so that’s a silly question.” I walked in the room with the donut and his eyes got so big he started laughing so hard! He told me that I should be a detective. I’ll miss you every single day dad! May you Rest In Peace. I love you, Beba.

David Hernandez Jr

January 12, 2021

My father and I had many similar interests. Martial arts and spaghetti westerns are two of them. Dad would take me to the drive in movie to see the latest Bruce Lee and Clint Eastwood films. Dad also doted over my two siblings Debbie and Rori. In return many years forward. I along with my two siblings took care of dad during his declining health years. Countless trips to doctors, hospitals, nursing facilities and so on. I wouldn’t trade even these last years for anything. Anytime spent with dad was an honor and a privilege. I love you dad.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY