OBITUARY

Jose Ernesto Jasso Sr.

December 28, 1949March 28, 2019
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Jose Ernesto Jasso Sr., 69, of Corpus Christi, Texas passed away on March 28, 2019. He was born in Corpus Christi, Texas on December 28, 1949. Jose graduated from W. B. Ray High School and served in the U. S. Coast Guard from 1969 to 1975. He married Mutsuko Jasso on February 26, 1973. Jose worked as an I.R.S. agent for the Department of the Treasury. He had a passion for family, watching sports and his western movies, and fishing.

He was preceded in death by his father, Ernesto Jasso. He is survived by his wife, Mutsuko Jasso; children: Jose E. (Debby) Jasso Jr., David (Melanie Swasey) Jasso, Amy (Eric) Jaramillo; grandchildren: Seiji Jasso, Anastacia Lysa Jasso, and Evelyn Audrey Jaramillo; mother, Dora Jasso; sister, Sylvia Jasso; brother, Hector (Suzie) Jasso; numerous nieces and nephews and his beloved dog, Cha-Cha.

A Memorial Gathering for family and friends will be from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm with Holy Rosary recited at 7 pm, Monday, April 8, 2019 at Cage-Mills Funeral Directors. Memorial Mass will be Celebrated at 9:30 am, Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at Christ the King Catholic Church. Graveside Inurnment will follow at 11 am at Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery.

Condolences may be offered at www.CageMillsFuneralDirectors.com

  • FAMILY

  • Mutsuko Jasso, Wife
  • Jose (Debby) E. Jasso Jr., Son
  • David (Melanie) Jasso, Son
  • Amy (Eric) Jaramillo, Daughter
  • Seiji Jasso, Grandchild
  • Anastacia Jasso, Grandchild
  • Evelyn Audrey Jaramillo, Grandchild
  • Sylvia Jasso, Sister
  • Hector (Suzie) Jasso, Brother
  • Dora Jasso, Mother
  • Ernesto Jasso, Father
  • Cha-Cha Beloved Dog, Other
  • Jose also leaves numerous nieces and nephews to cherish his memory. . .

Services

  • Memorial Gathering Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Holy Rosary Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Memorial Mass Tuesday, April 9, 2019
  • Interment Tuesday, April 9, 2019
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Jose Ernesto Jasso Sr.

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Arnold S. Chapa

April 11, 2019

REST IN PEACE JOE - MY FRIEND & BROTHER: From Arnold S. Chapa & Son: Christopher Chapa from California - From All The Chapa Family In Corpus Christi Texas: Sisters: Alice & Rosendo Olvera & Family - Maggie Ybarra & Family - Leonel (Richard) & Josie Chapa & Family from California - To All The Jasso's Family (Take Care) !! With All Our Love !!

Arnold S. Chapa

April 9, 2019

RIP Joe My Best Friend & 2nd. Brother !! I Will Always Love You Forever & Ever My Brother !!! I Will Always Remember All Our Good & Great Times Together in Wynn Seal & W.B. Ray High School & In the Royals Young Men's Club (1962 - 1968) !!! I Will Never Forget All Our Great Times Together OK My Brother !!! I Will Always Love You & Your Wonderful Wife Mutsuko & Your Great Kids (Joe Jr. - David & Your Beautiful Daughter Amy & Your Beautiful Sister Sylvia & Your Brother Hector & All Your Family OK !!! Your Mom & Dad (Mr. & Mrs. Jasso will Always be My 2nd. Mom & Dad (Always) & I Will Love Them All (Always) OK !!! Great Times Together In Wynn Seal & W.B. Ray High School & Also In the Royals Young Men's Club !!! Just Remember the Good & Super Great Times In the Club In All Our Great Dances We Had OK !!! And From All Our Friends & Brothers in the Club (1965 - 1968) !!!!! (Me Arnold S. Chapa - Leo Espanza - Manuel Flores - Isidoro (Izy) Prado - Richard Munguia - Lee Velazco - David & Danny Salas - Danny Garza - Mark Smith - Javier (Boy) Trevino - Henry Ruiz - Jimmy Jaramillo - Eddie Garza - Bart Sanchez - Tommy Estrella - Armardo & Hector Trevino & Mario Escam.... !!!!! And Also RIP : David Elizondo - George Earhart - Dodie Perez - Roy Pena & Martin (Tino) Prado !!!!! AGAIN JOE RIP & GO BE WITH OUR LORD (GOD & JESUS) & TAKE IT EASY NOW OK !!!!! JUST DON'T EVER FORGET ME - BECAUSE I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU (MY BEST FRIEND & BROTHER FOR ALWAYS & ALWAYS - LOVE YOU ALWAYS OK !!!!! REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER !!!!!


Angela Roznovsky

April 1, 2019

I worked with Mr. Jasso at the Internal Revenue Service office here in Corpus Christi. He was gentle, funny, helpful and always had kind words for his family who he loved unconditionally. He helped me whenever I had a question about the rules and the duties we shared at the office. I will always have fond memories of Mr. Jasso. God bless and keep his family safe and know how much your Joe was loved. He was a wonderful gentleman. He will be missed. May his spirit stay with his wife, children and family forever in pleasant memories.

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