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González Funeral Home and Crematory

3050 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX

OBITUARY

Sonny Ray Santoyo

December 12, 1967January 4, 2020
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Sonny Ray Santoyo, age 52, passed away on January 4, 2020 in Fort Worth, Texas. He was born on December 12, 1967 in Dallas, Texas to Pedro Santoyo and Linda Santoyo. Sonny was raised in Dallas, Texas and attended Woodrow Wilson in 1987.

In his spare time Sonny enjoyed bowling, casinos, car shows and spending time with his nephews. Sonny also a sports fanatic and loved the Dallas Cowboys.

His family and friends will always remember him as a great son, brother, friend and generous to no end. Sonny was a kind hearted, fun loving man. He attended Gateway Church in Grand Prairie where he gave his life to the Lord.

He is survived by: father, Pete Santoyo and wife Irene; mother, Linda Santoyo; brothers, Michael, Sam and Sedrick Santoyo; many dear cousins, nieces and nephews.

Rest in Peace, Sonny Ray Santoyo!

  • FAMILY

  • Pete Santoyo (with wife, Irene), Father
  • Linda Santoyo, Mother
  • Michael Santoyo, Brother
  • Sam Santoyo, Brother
  • Sedrick Santoyo, Brother

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Interment Friday, January 10, 2020

Memories

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Stephanie Rodriguez Marquez

January 12, 2020

My condolence to the Santoyo family. Sonny was a very beautiful person, inside and out. He will be missed.

Sincerely,
Stephanie R. Marquez
Carrollton, TX

Margaret Pack

January 10, 2020

It's a terrible way to bring people together, the passing of a loved one, but our Woodrow Family has been strong from almost the beginning. And it will be strong until the end of time. Many of my Friends don't have the kind of bond with their Alma Mater like we have as Wildcats, so I feel fortunate. I remember Sonny had a smile and a way that made everyone feel included. He was always nice to me. He will be missed by so many. Definitely gone too soon.

Obediah Garcia

January 9, 2020

Sonny,
man so lost for words.. Same age as me bro and way to early to say goodbye. The memories of Woodrow will always be with me and the times with the Santoya Boyz! God must have needed another Angel bro because you were that kind of guy; calm, cool and collective with a big heart. Even though I moved away, the 80's will always be the coolest because of the opportunity to know people like you and your brothers.
May the Lord Jesus Christ embrace you and keep you to his side. May you now be that cool, calm and collective Angel and watch over your family and friends. Knowing you gave your life to the Lord lets me feel reassured I will see you again someday so instead of goodbye I will say see you later bro. "GO WILDCATS!"
Sincerely
Oved.

"My Father's house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?"
John 14:2

Family Wallace

January 9, 2020

Robert Castro

January 9, 2020

Sonny,

Thanks for being my friend, I will always remember your friendship and respect you showed me. When all of us hung out, it was always a good time. You were always good to crack a joke or bust on someone. Thanks again for being a part of my life,

Your Friend Always
Robert Castro

Irma Symonds

January 9, 2020

Dear Sonny,
Aunt Irma here... I was blessed from the very beginning of your life.
During all the happy times, our laughs together, are tears together, good or bad I always understood. Our time together are great memories, a nephew who was always full of life...
Aunt Irma loves you !!!

Amanda Santoyo

January 8, 2020

Karen Chapple

January 7, 2020

I remember when he use to work at Don Carter's bowling alley. I used to love to go in their with my family. They thought he was from Hawaii or He was an Indian but he was always a sweet person with an loving heart. Michael you're still our brother. We send our deepest sympathies from the Chapple family.

Justin Santoyo

January 7, 2020

Mary C. Bradley

January 7, 2020

As a teacher at both J. L. Long and Woodrow I had the pleasure of knowing Sonny.
I kept up with him from Richards postings.
Sorry to hear of his death. I know Richard will miss him. I will miss the postings.
My condolences to his family.

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