OBITUARY

Martin P. Alonzo

June 16, 1931May 23, 2018
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Martin P. Alonzo of Dallas, Texas passed away on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at the age of 86. Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2018 from 5-8pm with a rosary starting at 7:00pm at Calvary Hill Funeral Home. Liturgy of the Word will be held on Friday, June 1, 2018 at 10:00 am at Calvary Hill Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Calvary Hill Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 31, 2018
  • Rosary Thursday, May 31, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 1, 2018
  • Committal Friday, June 1, 2018
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Martin R. Alonzo

May 31, 2018

Jason Alonzo

May 31, 2018

Just sitting down and taking with you was the best. I could always pick your brain, and I knew everything you were telling me was beneficial. You gave it to me straight forward. I will continue to look up to you, & get my strength from you.

Martin R. Alonzo

May 30, 2018

There are so many things I can say about my grandpa. He was funny, kind, happy and always full of life. I will always cherish the wonderful things he taught me while growing up. I loved when he would tell me and cousins stories about his time in Korea. I loved when he would talk to me about the bakery and how the bread was made and all the ingredients it took to make it. My grandpa was very hard working man and did a lot for the whole family and he also took time to let us know the family was important and we should always work out our differences. I'm going to miss not seeing him anymore, his advice, funny comments, hugs and kisses and him not being able to show up at the party's that I always invited him to. One thing I will definitely remember is about a month ago when I was talking to him, he told me " I'm very proud of you and the man you have become". I love you papa, we will always cherish the memories we had with you.
Love Ruben, Linda, Vincent and Victor

Michael Alonzo

May 30, 2018

To my Grandfather better known too me an family as PAPA .I will miss you very much because of what you taught me an all the members of our family too love each other ,respect ,an care for one another. I also want too thank you for all the memories we shared together as family an also the time we spent together . I learned so much you ,but also from my Grandma ,an my loving Mother from which we all shared living together .Now you are in heaven with grandma an your daughter an we will again reunite again in heaven. P.s .If I go too heaven lol love an miss y'all .

Jason Alonzo

May 30, 2018

I just realized that your never going to call me again. I’m never going to see papa pop up on my phone. I’m never going to be able help you. & that sucks. I’m gonna miss watching war movies, & documentaries about war with you. That was my favorite. I’m stilll gonna watch and think about you, but theirs no reason to record these shows anymore, & that sucks. Maybe I’m being selfish, but you meant the world to me. I should of told you. Hopefully I showed you. Until we meet again...talk to you in my dreams.
Love you papa. Thanks for all you taught me.

Sandra Leija Alonzo

May 30, 2018

Papa, We will always remember that special smile. That caring heart, that warm embrace you always gave us. I will always remember the great memories of you and i would share them with my girls and my grandson Reymond. I also wanna thank you for everything you did for us. I am truly blessed you got to see & meet Leah your great granddaughter. I am also glad i had a chance to see you and talk to you at the garage sale. I want you to know that i love you and you will be dearly missed❤ R.I.P. Papa🐦 Love Your Granddaughter, Sandra

Diane Alonzo

May 29, 2018

Diane Alonzo

May 29, 2018

Jason Alonzo

May 29, 2018

That’s was a awesome Christmas Eve

Jason Alonzo

May 29, 2018

You always came over to watch the boxing fights.