OBITUARY

Johnny Munoz

August 17, 1953July 7, 2019
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Johnny Munoz, age 65, entered into rest on July 7, 2019. He was born August 17, 1953, in Dallas, Texas to the parents of Lenora and Mauricio Munoz Sr. He married his wife, Gloria Munoz, in 1973 and from that union came four children. He was a self-employed Tile-setter for more than 35 years.

In his spare time, Johnny enjoyed fishing, hosting cookouts, gardening, and dancing with his wife. Johnny also loved spending time with his children and grandchildren and making everyone laugh with his jokes.

His family and friends will always remember him as the life of the party. His laugh was infectious, and his sense of humor complimented his larger-than-life personality. He was a loving father and grandfather.

He is preceded in death by his father Mauricio Munoz Sr., and his brother Mauricio Munoz Jr.

Johnny is survived by his loving wife, Gloria Munoz; daughters Trina Munoz and April Munoz; sons Chris Munoz and wife Christina, and Nicholas Munoz; grandchildren Matthew Munoz, Izreal Morones, Izaiah Alaniz, and Nicole Munoz; his mother Lenora Munoz; sisters Lupe Hernandez, Celia Alaniz, Sara Seytesha, Lisa Valdiva, Linda Travokli, and Lenora Dean; brothers Martin Munoz, Ramon Munoz, and Tomas Munoz; and many other loved ones.

Johnny was a great man, a loyal husband, a loving father, the best grandpa ever, a hard worker, and the biggest Dallas Cowboys fan.

Services

17 July

Memorial Service

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Grove Hill Funeral Home

3920 Samuell Blvd
Dallas, TX 75228

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Trina Munoz

July 16, 2019

My Daddy has always been the most important man in my life and losing him has le an empness that I can’t explain. He was not the dad that talked about his emoons but there was never a doubt he loved my Mom, his kids and grandkids (maybe a little more than us). I was blessed to grow up seeing what real uncondional love is. My Daddy was sick for a long me, but he always made it seem like it was no big deal and I know that was him making sure that we wouldn’t worry. Even when we found out about the cancer and hospice he was making sure we were ok. I have a lot of great memories of my Daddy, but
the best for me are my Dad coming to my house, making him burgers and having a beer (I don’t even like beer, but I drank with my Dad) and watching the Cowboys.

I love and miss you Daddy. I thank God every day that I was blessed to have you as my Dad.

I am proud to say that I am and will always be a Daddy’s Girl.

Love Always
Trina

April Munoz

July 16, 2019

Dad,

My mind knows you are gone but my heart still can’t accept it. I am heartbroken you had to leave us but I am glad you are no longer suffering. You were so many wonderful things, but best of all you were my daddy. I will cherish every memory, every hug and kiss that we shared. Matty had the best Grandpa ever, he had his best friend and Grandpa rolled into one amazing man. We will both carry you in our hearts forever.

We love you,
April & Matthew Munoz

Angelica Ramos

July 16, 2019

My uncle Johnny was so funny and had the best laugh. I remember him calling my brother and I baby ducks when we were little because we followed my mom everywhere. He will be greatly missed. My condolences to Aunt Gloria and family. I love you Tio.

Izreal Morones

July 16, 2019

My Grandpa was a great man and the best Granndpa. I miss him and love him forever .


Your Papasito :) ♡♡

Izreal Morones

July 15, 2019

My grandpa was a great man, and Grandpa. I will miss you forever. I love you Grandpa.


Your Grandson
Papasito:) ♡♡

Leonora Dean

July 15, 2019

My big brother Johnny was a special man. As a young elementary school girl I remember walking to Johnny and Gloria's duplex after school. I went with both of them to several of their family outings and it was so much fun! Johnny always had a way of making me feel special with his humor and laughter. My brother had a lovely smile and was gracious towards others. Condolences to Gloria and family!
Love, Monie

Linda Tavakoli

July 14, 2019

I just wanted to let you know how special Johnny was and how much he will be missed. I'll will never forget his love for life.During his illness he comforted his family with laughter and silliness.. I know our Mom will especially miss speaking to him ever morning . Johnny rarely missed a day calling her. We will never forget you. We will pray for him as he prayed for us. May God give him eternal rest. Love always Dariush , Reza, Linda Tavakoli

Lisa Valdivia

July 13, 2019

My Brother and I had a special names for each other he was my Junior and I was his Vicenta when he called we joked and laughed calling each other names and putting mom in the middle of our conversation joking around with her to. When I visited him I walked into his room I said hi Junior he has a big smile on his face he was so much fun I will miss you, love Vicenta

Vanessa P

July 13, 2019

From the time I met Johnny he's always been a very kind, sweet, and loving man. We spent most holidays at his home then our own, and in his honor to call him and his family our second family. His laugh was contagious and his spirit filled the room with love and joy!! It's been a pleasure and will always cherish the 13+ years of memories with him and his lovely family.

Nicholas Munoz

July 12, 2019

My daddy was a great man a loving caring strong hard working man. Loved all his family treated wverybody with respect. He taught me everything i know. He always provided and protected us. He will be missed so much. I cant put into words the sadness this has brought me but i am happy he is not suffering anymore. I love you pops and one day we will be together again.

Love your son

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