OBITUARY

Fred Anguiano

August 22, 1939January 13, 2018

Fred Anguiano went to meet his great reward peacefully on January 13, 2018 at 78 years of age, after being surrounded by the light and love of his family. Fred was born on August 22, 1939 in Dallas, Texas to Camilo and Lydia Anguiano. He married the love of his life, Virginia, on a snow-covered day in January 1961. Fred and Virginia welcomed their three children and moved to Irving, Texas where they would establish a home that was known for its welcoming nature. Fred enjoyed his profession of working in a variety of print shops including John D. Ellis Bindery for over 35 years and Millet The Printer for several years. He began as a bindery equipment operator, eventually becoming shop supervisor where he mentored and provided opportunities for many people. Fred was a kind and caring soul, who loved his wife and children dearly. He was always ready to help anyone who asked, and encouraged and celebrated his family’s accomplishments. As a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan, Sunday was dedicated to football and God. He was a devout Catholic, and could be frequently seen reading a Bible in his spare time to bring himself closer to his Creator. Fred is survived by his wife, Virginia, his son, Fred A. Anguiano and his wife, Lori, his daughter, Delia Cyra and her husband David, grandchildren Jennifer Anguiano, Lindsay and Al Partridge-Brown, Michael Anguiano, Nicholas Partridge and great grandchildren Alex Partridge and Eric Anguiano. Fred is also survived by his brother, Joe Anguiano and his wife Helena. He is welcomed in heaven by his son, Adrian Anguiano.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, January 20, 2018

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, January 20, 2018

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January 19, 2018

With love from Jerry Young and family

Camilo Garcia

January 18, 2018

My uncle, my mentor is not forgotten and will ever be part of my life. I can never forget the time we moved back to Dallas from Austinlived briefly with grandma and dad while you and Tia Penny still lived at home, the red 63'(?) Impala, working at John D Ellis, and co-signed for me to get my 69' Camaro. Love youuncle. Camilo

sylvai sanchez

January 18, 2018

You are in our thoughts and prayers - Sylvia and Domingo Sanchez

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FROM THE FAMILY

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