Funeraria Del Angel

4901 Everhart Road, Corpus Christi, TX


Bobby Almager

October 11, 1966July 10, 2020
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Lieutenant Bobby Almager passed away on July 10, 2020 as the age of 53 of COVID 19 complications.

He is survived by his wife Terry Almager and Daughters Josey, Rebecca, and Stephanie Almager of Corpus Christi, TX. As well as his Parents – Jose Angel and Mary Louisa Almager of Stanton, TX. Brother David and wife Anna Almager of Stanton, TX. Sister Jo Ann Almager and partner Barbara Holguin of Odessa, TX and Brother Gilbert and wife Gina Almager of Allen, TX. Sister in Law Trinidad Garza of Seattle, WA, Brother In-Law Arnold and wife Liza Hernandez of Austin TX, mother in law, Maria Norma Martinez and 11 Nephews and Nieces, 1 great nephew and numerous Aunts, uncles and cousins.

He is proceeded in death by Brother Frank Almager and Niece Deanna Almager.

Bobby was born on October 11, 1966 in Seminole, TX to Jose Angel and Maria Louisa Almager. He grew up in a loving family as the oldest brother to three brothers and one sister in Stanton, TX. He graduated from McMurry University in 1990 with a degree in Fine Arts in Abilene, Texas. He moved to Corpus Christi in 1996 where he later met and married the love of his life whom he lovingly named “Precious” and they raised their three beautiful daughters.

Bobby has noted, “My mission statement is to be in harmony, to cooperate, to share, and to love life in both my work and home life. To do 3 things everyday: Laugh, Think, and To be moved to some type of emotion.”

Bobby was driven, dedicated and proudly served as a Public Safety Officer and Firefighter for the Corpus Christi International Airport for 24 years and Abilene Regional Airport for five years before that. Bobby was committed to public service. He was a Master Aircraft Rescue Firefighter, E.M.T., Master Peace Officer and instructor.

The family would like to thank their friends and family, their St. Paul the Apostle church family and his fire fighter family for their continued support.

Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at Funeraria Del Angel Everhart at 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. with a Holy Rosary to be recited at 6:00 p.m. that same evening.

The Memorial Service will be available through Facebook live streaming at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 through the Funeraria Del Angel – Everhart page.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.CageMillsFuneralDirectors.com for the Almager family.


  • Terry Almager, Wife
  • Josey Almager, Daughter
  • Rebecca Almager, Daughter
  • Stephanie Almager, Daughter
  • Jose Angel and Mary Louisa Almager, Parents
  • David Almager (Anna), Brother
  • Jo Ann Almager (Barbara Holguin), Sister
  • Gilbert Almager (Gina), Brother
  • Trinidad Garza, Sister-in-law
  • Arnold (Liza Hernandez), Brother-in-law
  • Brother Frank Almager, Brother (deceased)
  • Deanna Almager, Niece (deceased)
  • Mr. Almager also leaves behind 11 nephews and nieces, 1 great nephew and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, July 21, 2020

  • Holy Rosary

    Tuesday, July 21, 2020


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John Maceda

July 22, 2020

We shared so much: college life at McMurry, with Kevin, Mark, Doug; Brett and countless others; working at American Eagle Airlines, and Abilene Regional Airport Fire Dept.; making ambulance runs for Western Medi- Trans, and Dr. Hudman. I remember eating at the Olive Garden, looking up and seeing you as my waiter, but no extra bread sticks.
I remember you working with Doug and Pam at the bronze foundry in Buffalo Gap, and sometimes at Terry’s in Tye, Texas.
I remember the phone call that there was an opening at the Corpus Christi International Airport. I have ten months of memories at Sandcastle, you allowing me to sleep on your floor, buying me a mat, and me burning up your TV.
We watched together as our children became young adults and often talked about how proud we were of them and how they made us feel. We used to talk about how fortunate we were to have such loving and wonderful spouses. We tried to shared holidays when we could. Recently, we shared a two hour lunch at Kunzina with Mary and Terry; that was special! We had a lot of great times! And I mean a lot!
Bobby, thank you for always caring and sharing and for always being there and mostly for being my Best Friend.
Rest in Peace Bobby
“It’s been a long day without you my friend, and I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again.” Charlie Puth

Genoveva (Veva) Gonzales

July 21, 2020

I remember when my parents would visit the family my Aunt and Uncle. Bobby would be the first to receive us all we were kids back then we played and had awsome time. Always will cherish those moments. But this last time I saw him was when my mother was very sick. She was in Hospice he brought his parents to see mom . I got to talk to him it had been years that I hadn't seen him. He talked about his family his wife and the girls he showed me pictures of his family. I said you have beautiful family Bobby. Who knew that would be our last time we would see him. I wish we would have had more time . Well Bobby you will be miss Cousin RIP...

Fidencio Gonzales

July 21, 2020

I had the privilege of once working with some great guys and one of those was Bobby Almager. Always smiling and always in a good mood. When I had the opportunity to assemble my shift, he was the first guy I picked. No matter what I asked of him, his response was always, " what you got " and with a smile. He made all our lives a pleasure when we were on the job and he was around. He never took himself serious but took his job and friendship seriously. I can't say I ever met his wife and daughters but I know that if he was anything like I knew him, they had both a terrific husband and wonderful father. To the entire Almager family, thank you for sharing him just a little. God Bless

Roel Escamilla

July 21, 2020

It was a pleasure working with you my brother in blue.
My sincerest condolences to the family.

Mary Martinez

July 21, 2020

My loving primo, Bobby, to Oscar , Richard, and I he was our little brother when we moved from south Texas to West Texas in 1967 it was a blessing to have a baby around us cause from all the of our clan of cousins we r the oldest of all of them!! But my biggest memory is that just two weeks ago my cousin Connie and I were with him and not knowing that was going to be our last hug from him and our last good bye😭😭😭 we r so heartbroken but we r kinda relief that we got to spent time with him with his laughs and talking and him watching us dance...fly high my angel until we meet again😢😢Love you very much!!💜💜💜

Mary Maceda

July 21, 2020

Anytime we were waiting for a flight to come in or depart, Bobby was almost always there to visit with us even for just a quick hello. The airport will never be the same without him. We'll forever love and miss you, Bobby.

Janie Gonzales De Leon

July 21, 2020

I saw Bobby right before my mom passed away. I hadn’t seen him in some years. My mom was in hospice and he had knee surgery and he was visiting his mom and dad (my aunt and uncle). He brought them to come visit my mom. He was so happy just joking and laughing. I wish at that time I would have had more time to talk, but my concern at the time was my mom. I do appreciate he brought his parents to come see mom and the fact that the last memory of him was laughing and joking. To the family my condolences. I was very saddened to hear of his loss. I pray for all of your comfort and peace. Love you very much. Cousin Janie♥️

Jeannine (Blackaby)

July 20, 2020

My condolences to the family I pray God gives you the strength during this terrible time. Terry may God bless you and the girls, I’m so sorry.

Brent Ostos

July 20, 2020

I met Bobby in 1986 at McMurry University. We spent many late nights working on art assignments for our Design class. Thirty-one years later I still have a ceramic vase and a bolo-tie he made. My favorite memory is when he convinced me to join him in an advanced Drawing class as a "still life" model. We had to sit for hours for art students. Later that year he taught me how to use an air-brush to create a large mural. And I always think of him and his laughter when we saw the movie TREMORS in 1990. He laughed so hard in the theater. He had lots to say about the stupidity of the two main characters. Bobby was a good friend, a patient teacher, and wise older brother to me. I miss him already. Peace be with you.

Amy Cuevas

July 20, 2020

Bobby was one of three of my Lieutenants at CCIA and he always had a smile. He drink his coffee every money and joke around with all of us. Bobby was a good supervisor and great person who treated everyone with respect. I miss his laugh and sitting with him at the office just talking about every day life. Thank you for having such a huge impact in my life you will be surely missed.