March 5, 1943 – February 5, 2020
Tony Bravo was born on March 5, 1943 and passed away on February 5, 2020.
- Maggie Bravo, Spouse
- Nilamarie, Daughter
- Donny, Son-in-law
- Tony Jr., Son
- Vanessa, Daughter-in-law
- Frank Bravo, Father (deceased)
- Herlinda Bravo, Mother (deceased)
- Frank Bravo Jr., Brother (deceased)
- Joe Bravo, Brother (deceased)
- Tony Bravo Jr.
- Mason Bravo
- Kevin Bravo
- Keith Bravo
- Brian Bravo
- Carlos Aguirre
- Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, February 12, 2020
- Committal Service Wednesday, February 12, 2020
- Reception Wednesday, February 12, 2020
February 11, 2020
Uncle Tony.... the man that used to yell - and yell loudly - from the street when getting out of his work truck ‘BUY A ROUND’
I never understood as a child what that meant but as an adult.. I would totally buy you a round. Gonna miss seeing you ♥️
Rest Easy Sir... I Love You
February 10, 2020
I am proud to say that I was truly blessed to have a father-in-law that was not only caring but always expressed happiness on having me as part of the family. I will always treasure the memories of all the great times we spent together and all the stories you shared of the days you served your country while being a proud member of the airforce. I will always be thankful and grateful for having you in my life and my appreciation will be to always take care of your loving wife and daughter for as long as I live. May you rest in peace.
February 10, 2020
Tony we were married for 52 years. God blessed us with a daughter and a son that we adore.
I want you to know our family is thinking about you everyday and missing you.
We take comfort that you are no longer with pain and suffering.
I thank our Lord I was with you till the end and that I was able to say I love you.
February 9, 2020
My Dearest Brother Eusibir~
It breaks my heart knowing that I will no longer see you. The day you left, a part of me went with you. I will hold on to the memories we shared and will always treasure them. You were good to me. I always remember the story you would tell me that when I was born, I was a part of you because you donated a pint of blood for Momma so that she could bring me home from the hospital. I remember you always talking about your Air Force days, and how you traveled all over the world and how President Lyndon B Johnson once was on the plane you flew. Also the times you would act silly and scream like a loco. And when you were working back in the day, come every July you would bring us grapes and say “buy a round” or "never mind". With tears in our eyes we watched you suffer so much, we saw you fading away, but you kept facing the task with courage, your spirit did not bend, you kept on fighting until the very end.
Oh Eusibir, I will miss you calling me “Mija & Pompidio”. I am thankful that during your last days I always brought a smile to your face and always thanked you and told you that I loved you and how blessed I was to have you as my brother. As we would say “see you later alligator, after while crocodile.” Until we meet again my dearest brother….. Eusibir, may you rest in eternal peace with el Jefe, Momma, Chavelo and Joe.
2 Timothy 4:7 I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.
Forever in my heart, love your sister Carolyn
February 8, 2020
You loved us for who we are and accepted us for what we've become. Dads are strong for a reason. Their strength gives us a sense of protection. Now that you are in heaven daddy, we know you will continue to protect us. Thanks for being our dad. We will always love and miss you until we meet again. Your memory will always be celebrated rest in peace now.
Eusibir tony jr Bravo
February 6, 2020
I will miss you dad and always remember our times together love you always rest in peace