González Funeral Home and Crematory

3050 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX


Ruperto Aviles

March 6, 1937July 11, 2019

Ruperto Aviles, age 82, passed away on July 11, 2019 in Dallas, Texas. He was born on March 6, 1937 in Michoacana to Rosalia Ruelas and Ruperto Aviles Sr. Ruperto was raised in Dallas, Texas.

He married Ramona Padilla in 1970 and the couple had six children. He was an Engineer at Fairmount Hotel where he worked for more than ten years.

In his spare time Ruperto enjoyed sports, beer, and taking care of his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

His family and friends will always remember him as a superstar.

He is preceded in death by: his daughter; Julie, his wife; Ramona, his mother; Rosalia, his father; Albert, his sister; Trinidad and his brother; Larry.

He is survived by: his children; Frank, Daniel, John, Marcelo, and Lawrence, his brother; Antonio Aviles, his grandchildren; Delicia, Albert, Victor, Lucy, Crystal, Janessa, Jason, Christina and Frank, Devin and Kristian, as well as numerous great grandchildren.

Rest in Peace Ruperto Aviles.


  • Ramona Padilla, Wife (deceased)
  • Julie Aviles, Daughter (deceased)
  • Rosalia Ruelas, Mother (deceased)
  • Albert ., Father (deceased)
  • Trinidad Aviles, Sister (deceased)
  • Larry Aviles, Brother (deceased)
  • Frank Aviles, Son
  • Daniel Aviles, Son
  • John Aviles, Son
  • Marcelo Aviles, Son
  • Lawrence Aviles, Son
  • Antonio Aviles, Brother
  • Delicia ., Grandchild
  • Albert ., Grandchild
  • Victor ., Grandchild
  • Lucy ., Grandchild
  • Crystal ., Grandchild
  • Janessa ., Grandchild
  • Jason ., Grandchild
  • Christina ., Grandchild
  • Frank ., Grandchild
  • Devin Aviles, Grandchild
  • Kristian Aviles, Grandchild
  • Mr. Aviles also leaves numerous great grandchildren to cherish his memory.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, July 16, 2019
  • Rosary Tuesday, July 16, 2019


Ruperto Aviles

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Michael Davis

July 16, 2019

My name is Michael Davis. I did not know Mr. Aviles well, but his son, Marcelo, is my brother-in-law. If the son is any measure of the father, then Mr. Aviles was surely an extraordinary man. Today, we should appreciate the life he lived and celebrate the extraordinary legacy he leaves behind. Our family mourns along with yours.

The Davis Family