Calvary Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery

3235 Lombardy Ln, Dallas, TX


Pedro Nuñez

September 23, 1945March 20, 2020

Pedro Nunez, age 74, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 20, 2020, at Vitas Hospice Unit in Dallas Texas. He was born September 23, 1945, in Bluffton, Indiana to David Nunez and Trinidad Nunez. He was married to Tomasa Nunez on September 29, 1963. He was employed with The City of Irving for almost 29 years. Mr. Nunez truly lived his life to the fullest through simple pleasures such as hunting, fishing, playing his guitar and singing, spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, and watching his favorite classic western movies.

Mr. Nunez had an uncanny ability to reach people in a deep and positive way. He is preceded in death by his son Pedro Nunez; left to cherish his memory are his loving wife Tomasa Nunez, their four loving children, daughters: Esmerita Nunez, Anita Marie Gomez (husband Larry Gomez) sons: Thomas Nunez (wife Jennifer Nunez) and Pedro Nunez Jr. Grandchildren: Tommy Tovar Jr (wife Janae Tovar), Thomas Nunez Jr., Amanda Garza (Husband Chris Garza), David Jeremy Gomez, Vanessa Becerra (husband Steven Becerra), Ashley Vazquez (Antonio Vazquez), Michael Dillon Tovar, Nadia Nunez, Monica Nunez, Issac Nunez, Noah Nunez, Adalynn Nunez: Great grandchildren Alyna Bacerra, Matthew Vasquez, Kaelynn Vasquez, Aaron Garza, Ari Bacerra, Lilly Garza, And Luca Vasquez. Sisters: Victoria Ortiz and Fermina Zarate and brothers David Nunez and Jacob Nunez.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests a contribution to a charity of your choice as a remembrance.


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Marivi Gambini

March 27, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Nuñez family. I did not have the pleasure to meet him personally but thru his daughter Anita, I know he was an extraordinary father, husband and friend.
God give you the strength that all of you need during these difficult times.
Rest In Peace Mr. Nuñez 🙏

Chico Rodriguez

March 25, 2020

Pete and I worked together for 20 years at the City if Irving. .
He was a great man.
We enjoyed our early mornings together at work good conversation, drinking coffee and eating breakfast taco's Tommy would make for us. Lots of good laughs.
Rest In Peace my friend.

Jason Jackson

March 25, 2020

I have not known Pete that long but I will say he had smile on his face all the time and was always ready for work. I will say I have miss his tacos he would bring in the mornings. Pete I will be missed and never forgotten.



Stephanie Tovar

March 24, 2020

I remember going to my tia and tio house to spend the night when I was little,I used to sit on the floor in the back den and tio would sing" Johnny be good" that was my favorite,I'll miss you and if you could say hi to my wela,welo,and my tio jr...now you can sing to them
Love and miss you

Daniel Andrews

March 24, 2020

Pedro Nunez was a coworker and a good friend he always had a smile on his face. I will always remember the times we hunted together and fished . He always had a good sense of humor always made me laugh. I will remember the times and advice he would give me Pedro was a good nan and will be missed.

John Bustamante

March 24, 2020

I spent many hours with Pedro over the last 20 years working and fishing, he was a good friend and I will miss him greatly, He was probably the hardest working man I've known, I pray God will comfort all his family , God Bless

Brad Simpson

March 24, 2020

I would like to send my condolences to Pete's family. Pete was highly respected by a lot of people and I know he will be deeply missed.

David Cook

March 24, 2020

I have enjoyed the company of Pete. As long as I worked here Pete has been a positive influence on people. I have had the pleasure of fishing with him. He would show such excitement catching a bass. But who don`t ? All I have to say is this world will have lost a great person. Miss you much..

Steven Swinney

March 24, 2020

I have worked with Pete for a long time and I can tell you he will be missed. Let me share this with you when I first started with the water utilities as a meter tech I was eager to do what ever needed to be done. We were on a repair job late one night and the crew leader was digging and I was standing in the wrong place and Pete grabbed me by the shirt and pulled me over close to him and said you need to stand over here with me behind the tree , ok why do we need to stand behind the tree? Pete said it is safer here and about that time the boom on the tractor swung and hit the tree and Pete said see that's why I stand behind the tree! From that point on I did not question Pete I just did what he asked. Everybody should know that Pete has touched a lot of lives up here at work and has trained a lot of people and we will miss him. I will always remember him with a smile on his face and singing a song , see you in heaven my friend.

Lisa Castillo-Coldwell

March 23, 2020

My condolences to you and your family. May God be with you in your time of sorrow. Thinking of you, Thomas n Jennifer, Ashley, TJ, Monika n Isaac. LOVE YALL.