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González Funeral Home and Crematory

3050 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX

OBITUARY

Jesse Hernandez

January 28, 1949November 16, 2019

Jesse Hernandez, age 70, passed away on November 16, 2019 in Dallas, Texas. He was born on January 28, 1949 in Corsicana, Texas to Pedro and Guadalupe Hernandez. Jesse graduated from Crozier Tech High School in 1967 and earned an Associates in Applied Arts and Science Degree from El Centro College on May 20, 1982. Mr. Hernandez served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War from July 17, 1968 to July 14, 1972.

In his spare time, Jesse enjoyed spending time with his family and friends along with dancing, watching movies, eating in restaurants, bowling, watching the Dallas Cowboys, and most of all, his trips to the casino.

His family and friends will always remember him as a man that could be counted on in good and difficult times. He was a genuine, kind soul, affectionate to all who knew him, but most of all, will be remembered for his sense of humor and infectious laugh.

He is preceded in death by his father, Pedro Hernandez; mother, Guadalupe Hernandez; and brother, Pedro Hernandez, Jr.

He is survived by his brothers, Gilbert Hernandez, Aurelio Hernandez; sisters, Nellie Tafalla Escamilla, Frances Aleman, Connie Mungia, Lupe Lomas, Anita Moen; his beloved niece who was like a daughter, Marisela Alvarez; along with many other family and friends that will always cherish his memory.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, November 25, 2019
  • Rosary Monday, November 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, November 26, 2019
  • Service Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Memories

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SARA QUINTANILLA

November 25, 2019

Not only a cousin, but a good, kind and caring person. I was saddened to hear of this passing. I could always count on you to save me a dance at all our Crozier Tech Reunions, and holiday dances. You were the easiest and smoothest dancer to follow. I'll miss talking to you on the phone … you never failed to check up on me, that made me feel so special, that you would make time to do that for me. May your sweet soul rest in paradise sweet cuz. You will be missed by so many friends and your close family I'm sure. Some day, who knows when, I hope to join you for a most "heavenly dance"!!

Eva Cortez (Gonzales)

November 24, 2019

My fondest memory of my cousin, Jesse, was his love of music and dancing, along with his beautiful smile. Jesse, may you be greeted by God with open arms and given blissful peace. Never to be forgotten. My deepest sympathy for the loss to his siblings and all family members.

In Love,
Cousin Eva

IRENE MORALES

November 23, 2019

MY HUSBAND ARMANDO & I HAVE KNOWN JESSE FOR MANY YEARS. WHENEVER WE SEEN & RAN INTO HIM HE WAS ALWAYS FRIENDLY & HAD AN INFECTIOUS SMILE, WHICH IS HOW I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIM. OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO ALL OF HIS FAMILY.

Ralph and Liz Hernandez

November 23, 2019

We were so lucky to have met and become friends with Jesse. He was a joy to know. May he rest in eternal peace 🙏

Isabelle Guillen

November 23, 2019

God has received one of His special children into His eternal
Resting Place. May the loving memories that Jessie left with his family remain in your hearts til you meet again.
God’s love and blessings always.🙏. Chavela

Rozanne Gonzales

November 23, 2019

Antia,Frances,Connie and Nellie Hernandez Family: My deepest condelences on the passing of Jesse. I too remember his sense of humor and how he loved to dance. My love and prayers for comfort , healing and strength to all. Your cousin in Fort Worth, Rozanne Gonzales

chris castillo

November 21, 2019

Love this guy, my second "first" cousin. He was my dad's first cousin and my grandmothers nephew. We loved hanging out whenever we were around each other. This was a guy who loved life. I loved that i could always make him laugh. His laugh was uplifting. Love you Jesse, God Bless to Nellie. call me if you see this
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Norma Vega Gutierrez

November 21, 2019

Connie, Lupita, Frances, Hernandez Family:
I am at a loss for words during this sorrowful time Please know that I am thinking of you and praying for peace and comfort.

Carmen Espinosa

November 21, 2019

Jesse has been my friend since high school and we had a lot of fun memories but the most recent memory was one that showed what a kind caring person he was. My uncle Jesse Espinosa who was also a veteran died last year and Jesse knew i was traveling alone to Dallas for the funeral, he met me at the funeral home and set with me thru the vigil and made sure i was okay. He had met my uncle but didn't know the family but he went out of respect and was there for me. I will never forget - rest in peace my friend.

AMELIA CONDE

November 20, 2019

Chuy, You have been like family to me. Always happy and making everyone laugh. I am blessed to have had you in my life, I know you will be dancing in heaven. My Love and Prayers to Connie and all of the Hernandez family.

FROM THE FAMILY