Alfredo S. Diaz Sr.

September 11, 1940May 8, 2018

Alfredo S. Diaz Sr., 77 of Corpus Christi, Texas passed away May 8, 2018. He was born in Hebbronville, Texas on September 11, 1940. Alfredo S. Diaz Sr. graduated from Roy Miller High School in 1959. He married Eudelia M. Diaz “Molly” on November 6, 1960. Alfredo worked as a food salesman in M&M Sales and had a career in White Swan, Labatt, and Sysco where he made top sales man many times and then went to work at Horton Automatics. He had a passion for fishing, hunting and being with his family. He is preceded in death by his parents, Juan Jose and Eulalia Diaz; sister, Gloria Garcia; and son in law, Fernando Kinglow. Alfredo is survived by his wife, Eudelia M .Diaz; children, Sandra Kinglow, Debra Diaz, Alfredo Diaz Jr.; grandchildren, Crystal M. Diaz (Mario A. Ponce), Amy M. Padia (Jimmy), Noe E. Villarreal (Lisette Garcia), David Kinglow (Karina), Desirea Diaz, Darron Diaz; great grandchildren Victoria, Juan, Jesus, Aubree, Jimmy, Tiana, Jaxson, Kaison, Devin, Derrick, Kayden, Julianna; siblings, Carmen Longoria, Porfiro Diaz and Jose Diaz (Sylvia). Visitation will be held at Memory Gardens Funeral Home on Friday, May 11, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with a Rosary to be recited at 7:00 p.m. that same evening. Funeral Service will be held at Memory Gardens Funeral Home on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. with Interment to follow at Memory Gardens Cemetery.


  • Juan Jose Diaz, Father
  • Eulalia Diaz, Mother
  • Gloria Garcia, Sister
  • Fernando Kinglow, Son-in-law
  • Eudelia M. Diaz, Spouse
  • Sandra Kinglow, Daughter
  • Debra Diaz, Daughter
  • Alfredo Diaz Jr., Son
  • Crystal M. Diaz (Mario A. Ponce), Grandchild
  • Amy M. Padia (Jimmy), Grandchild
  • Noe E. Villarreal (Lisette Garcia), Grandchild
  • David Kinglow (Karina), Grandchild
  • Desirea Diaz, Grandchild
  • Darron Diaz, Grandchild
  • Victoria, Juan, Jesus, Aubree, Jimmy and Tiana, Great-grandchildren
  • Jaxson, Kaison, Devin, Derrick, Kayden and Julianna, Great-grandchildren
  • Carmen Longoria, Sister
  • Porfiro Diaz, Brother
  • Jose Diaz (Sylvia), Brother


  • Visitation Friday, May 11, 2018
  • Holy Rosary Friday, May 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 12, 2018

Alfredo S. Diaz Sr.

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Mary Jane Diaz

May 13, 2018

U be deeply missed Tio. The best memories that I can remember is the Easter ones. U and Dad doing the bbq. Also going fishing with u dad and grandpa Juan.
Lord, blessed the family and watch over them,amen

Rosalinda Diaz Longoria Herrera

May 9, 2018

Fond Childhood memory…to be a Diaz was to have your life celebrated with a bbq, whether you were being born, baptized, confirmed, graduated, engaged, married, divorced or just having an anniversary. Whatever the delicacy was it was burned on the outside and bloody red on the inside. LOL!!! The bbq that outshines them all was the Easters at the lake. Guys would head out Saturday to stake a claim on a great spot while women & children joined the party on Sunday for a Full Fun Day of Family Fellowship!

Our first adult conversation…a day that brought joy to my world …was when Tio finally spoke to me like a grown up. Not at me like the unwanted child that hindered all the Diaz Children. To top it off our conversation was all about Jesus and Believing and how he allowed us to experience Miracles in our lives because we Believed!!! Praise God he is resting. Praise God his fight ended in Victory. Praise God he’s united with Our Father in Heaven as well as his parents.

My prayers are always with you!!! May you find the consolation you need in our Lord Jesus Christ. When you feel lost or that you’ve lost a loved one just remember he’s paved the way for you to follow his footsteps and make it to Heaven to be united with him on your Great Day!!! When you read Ecc 3:1-9 the more of each line that you shared with him is the richest he’s left you til you meet again! God Bless You & Lots of Love to you…Rosalinda

Familia Ramirez

May 9, 2018

Mis condolencias para la familia. Y que el Dios de todo consuelo le de paz en estos momentos difíciles. (2 Corintios 1:3,4)

armando cavazos

May 9, 2018

I remember as kids when your family and mine would travel to Houston and spend the day at Astroworld. Those were truly fun times and I will never forget them. Sorry for you loss Molly, Sandra, Debbie and Freddy. Rest in Peace Fred......

Amy Padia

May 8, 2018

Grandpa Fred, You were always so good to us. I know your in heaven fishing. Watch over all us gramps. We love you.

Noe Villarreal

May 8, 2018

I love you GRANDPA FRED! You will forever be missed . The strongest man I know. My superhero!!

Jason Hinojosa

May 8, 2018

Tio Fred, we are going to miss you! You and Tia Molly would always have me and Grandma Tere over and you were always there when Crystal and Amy needed you. You were a very kind man and we will never forget you.