OBITUARY

Oscar Faz

May 20, 1956July 5, 2019
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Oscar A. Faz, age 63, passed away on July 5, 2019 in Mesquite, TX. He was born on May 20, 1956 in Pleasanton, Tx to Abelardo Faz and Felicitas Alcoser. Oscar was raised in Poteet, Tx and attended Poteet High School in 1973.

Oscar's family were migrants and traveled to many states to work. When he was a young boy he picked crops.

He married Modesta Santos in June 3, 1978 and the couple had three children. He was a mechanic at Tx DOT where he worked for more than 17 years.

In his spare time Oscar enjoyed baseball, basketball, umpiring and watching his grandkids play football. He also loved fishing with his friends and daughters.

His family and friends will always remember him as a loving husband, father, brother, friend and co-worker who was always playing and joking around.

He is preceded in death by; his father Abelardo Faz, his mother Felicitas Alcoser, his brothers; George Faz and Santiago Faz, his niece Sarah Faz and his nephew Scott Mancha.

He is survived by; his wife Modesta S. Faz, his daughters; Anna Marie Faz, Veronica Billey and Laura Faz, his grandchildren; Geovoni Martell, Xavier Martell and David Billey Jr. his brothers; Steven Mancha, Robert Mancha, Bruno Bermudez, Fernando Faz and Miguel Faz, his sisters; Bertha Faz, Ester Faz, Rebecca Kendall, Delfina Ybarra and Anita Rodriguez, his son-in-laws; Dustin Stratton and David Billey Sr., his sister-in-laws; Maria Mancha, Trini Mancha, Beatrice Bermudez, Elena Faz, Melba Faz and Sylvia Faz, his brother-in-law Bill Kendall and numerous nieces and nephews.

Loved by many and missed by all who knew him. He is now in peace with his loved ones.

  • FAMILY

  • Abelardo Faz, Father
  • Felicitas Alcoser, Mother
  • George Faz, Brother
  • Santiago Faz, Brother
  • Sarah Faz, Niece
  • Scott Mancha, Nephew
  • Modesta S. Faz, Wife
  • Anna Marie Faz, Daughter
  • Dustin Stratton, Son-in-law
  • Veronica Billey, Daughter
  • David Billey, Son-in-law
  • Laura Faz, Daughter
  • Geovoni Martell, Grandchild
  • Xavier Martell, Grandchild
  • David Billey Jr., Grandchild
  • Steven Mancha, Brother
  • Maria Mancha, Sister-in-law
  • Robert Mancha, Brother
  • Trini Mancha, Sister-in-law
  • Bruno Bermudez, Brother
  • Beatrice Bermudez, Sister-in-law
  • Fernando Faz, Brother
  • Elena Faz, Sister-in-law
  • Miguel Faz, Brother
  • Sylvia Faz, Sister-in-law
  • Bertha Faz, Sister
  • Ester Faz, Sister
  • Rebecca Kendall, Sister
  • Bill Kendall, Brother-in-law
  • Delfina Ybarra, Sister
  • Melba Faz, Sister-in-law
  • Anita Rodriguez, Sister
  • Mr. Faz also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews and friends to cherish his memory.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, July 9, 2019
  • Rosary Tuesday, July 9, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, July 10, 2019
  • Interment Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Memories

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Stephanie Bruner

July 12, 2019

From all of Oscar's co-workers at the Dallas District Shop...We send our love and sympathy for your family...We all thought the world of Oscar. He was always doing or saying something funny and made us laugh everyday...we will miss him very much.

Bobby Frankum

July 10, 2019

Oscar was a good man and a good friend. He taught me a lot over at heavy equipment he always had a smile that I won’t forget He will be missed. Bobby. Frankum

Sarah Pantoja

July 8, 2019

Modesta, my dear sweet friend, my condolences to you and your family.
At this time, there are no words of comfort, but we know that Oscar suffered so much for such a long time and now no more pain as he is resting in peace with the Lord.
I will be praying for him as well as for you and the rest of the family.
Love you Mo!

Maria & Natalie Rodriguez

July 7, 2019

Evaristo Oliva JR

July 7, 2019

With Deepest condolences to the entire family,
Evaristo often spoken about Oscar and how he was a great friend from the neighborhood and going out of state top work many summers. May the lord give the strength to provide the entire family strength.

Evaristo and Alice Oliva jr.

Leon Lueken

July 7, 2019

Oscar was an umpire with a friendly and kind soul in the dirt of a girls fast pitch softball field. He provided much appreciated direction to junior umpires. He always had a smile, and never rattled easily during a game. He will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. Oscar, we can only imagine what a wonderful sight a softball game would be like in heaven. We pray that you get your chance to umpire one of those games!

God bless you! Rest in peace.

Your Umpire friends of Best of Southwest Softball - USA/ASA Softball

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